With only a few days left until Trump’s inauguration, President Obama is running out of ways to spend our money. Good thing he thought of this in time:

More from Politico:

The payment is the second from the U.S. to support the fund, which is intended to provide climate adaptation money to developing nations, and serves as the financial mechanism of the Paris climate agreement. The fund is supposed to reach $100 billion by 2020, with both public and private funding from around the world.

The State Department pulled the money from the fiscal year 2016 Economic Support Fund appropriation, the same appropriation it used for the first $500 million payment last year. Republicans then raged at the use of the money, arguing the administration was spending unappropriated funds.

“I commend the Administration for making this contribution, which has bipartisan support in the Senate,” said Sen. Patrick Leahy (D-Vt.), the top Democrat on the Senate Appropriations Committee and the State Subcommittee. “It will help give us a ‘seat at the table’ in future climate change negotiations which even President–elect Trump’s nominee to be Secretary of State endorsed as part of our nation’s global leadership.”

Looks that way.

Can’t wait to find out.

You’re welcome, America!