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(l-r) DLA Piper’s Jesse Medlong, Craig Tighe, and Elizabeth Callahan. (l-r) DLA Piper’s Jesse Medlong, Craig Tighe and Elizabeth Callahan.

Ambitious climate action is not just for governments. Private companies and nonprofit entities in many sectors are finding a role to play in projects aimed at providing the infrastructure needed to curtail and adapt to climate change. And because climate change is an international priority, some of these projects are eligible for support through the financial institutions of the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC).

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