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At this year's U.N. climate conference, a major focus is boosting investment in developing countries. Experts say renewable energy projects like this wind farm in South Africa can be attractive to private investors. Rodger Bosch/AFP via Getty Images hide caption

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Investors have trillions to fight climate change. Developing nations get little of it

Private investment is crucial to addressing climate change. But a big barrier to private investment in developing countries is the perception that risks are higher than in industrialized nations.

The Ukrainian artillery battery of the 59th Mechanized Brigade fires a howitzer at points controlled by Russian troops in Kherson Oblast, Ukraine on Saturday. Metin Aktas/Anadolu Agency/Getty Images hide caption

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Russia says it's withdrawing from the key city of Kherson, but Ukraine is skeptical

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At this year's U.N. climate conference, a major focus is boosting investment in developing countries. Experts say renewable energy projects like this wind farm in South Africa can be attractive to private investors. Rodger Bosch/AFP via Getty Images hide caption

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Investors have trillions to fight climate change. Developing nations get little of it

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