Australia has announced it will rejoin the United Nations climate fund set up to help poorer countries deal with the challenges of a heating planet ahead of a key donor conference.

The Green Climate Fund (GCF), the world’s biggest, was set up as part of the landmark 2015 Paris Agreement on Climate Change and has so far approved projects worth nearly $13bn in 128 countries.

Australia withdrew from the initiative under a previous right-wing government in 2018, having contributed about 200 million Australian dollars ($127.4m) during its four-year membership.

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