The government is providing ?10,500 per person involved in the sponsorship scheme to councils to help them provide support. Maria Kartashova, who lives with her host in Surrey, said the UK public was giving Ukrainians "more than help". "That is why we want peace and security in Ukraine so that its brave people can be safe at home again." Evidence collected by the BBC points to this being a deliberate act by Russian forces. There are some hopeful signs. The report notes growth in renewable energy investment, increasing media coverage of climate change and growing engagement from government leaders on health-centered climate policies. But the report warns that inequities could weaken progress. “This could’ve been a horrific scene," he said. "It was not, by the grace of God and that the officers were as close as they were and responded in the manner that they did." Tamsin Baxter, executive director of external affairs at the Refugee Council, praised the public's "truly inspiring" generosity, but said the schemes had been beset by delays and bureaucracy. - ItbG2e <!--[if gt IE 8 - ><!-<html class="no-js" lang="en-US"> <!--<![endif - - <span class="md:block w-full truncate">Frankfurt</span> </div> <p>The web server reported a bad gateway error.</p> <div id="cf-cloudflare-status" class=" relative w-1/3 md:w-full py-15 md:p-0 md:py-8 md:text-left md:border-solid md:border-0 md:border-b md:border-gray-400 overflow-hidden float-left md:float-none text-center">

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