COP27 culminates with a fray of loose ends
With negotiations extending into the weekend amid fears of a stalemate, COP27 delegates finally agreed to set up a fund to help pay for losses and damages brought on by climate change. Yet, the lack of aggressive cuts to emissions as fossil fuels linger undermines this win.
What you will learn:
- How the fund to help to compensate poorer nations for losses and damages is considered a win.
- How a failure to raise climate ambition puts the goal of limiting global warming to 1.5 degrees at risk.
- Other updates on key discussions that took place such as Adaptation and Carbon Markets.
This research briefing is a part of our Global Climate Service (GCS), our experts publish monthly research on key climate issues such as mitigation policy, global warming, technology and more. To read more about the GCS click here.
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