Asia-Pacific leaders worry about climate change funding

Low-lying countries in the Pacific are especially vulnerable to climate change. After a devastating flood in 2012, Samoa is building a river wall to reduce the risk of flooding.

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    Low-lying countries in the Pacific are especially vulnerable to climate change. After a devastating flood in 2012, Samoa is building a river wall to reduce the risk of flooding.

    However, regional leaders worry that policies by US President Donald Trump may affect international funds for combating climate change.

    Al Jazeera's Yaara Bou Melhem reports from Apia, Samoa.


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