ROME, 05 NOV – The one hundred billion dollars promised by rich nations to poor nations can be delivered in 2022, a year earlier than previously thought. American climate envoy John Kerry said this, reports the Guardian online noting that, however, they are still two years late. Japan’s pledge to pay $ 2 billion a year, Kerry said last night, will unlock another $ 8 billion a year in private sector money. An October 25 OECD report stated that developing countries would have access to $ 97 billion of public and private funds in 2022 and $ 106 billion in 2023. “This means that by 2022 we now have all the $ 100 billion we wanted and $ 100 billion in the future, so let’s take this problem off the table, and that changes the dynamics, ”said the US climate envoy. (HANDLE).