Panama receives $8.9 million from World Bank for United Nations environment plan
Panama will receive $8.9 million from the World Bank and a UN emission-cut program to mitigate the impact of climate change in the country, the National Environmental Authority said.
The funds would allow Panama a program to combat greenhouse gas emissions in developing countries.
The money will be used to recover and increase the country's forest coverage and strengthen ecosystem services and environmental management.
Original source: Xinhua