Climate Finance to Feel the Heat at COP27

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This year’s UN climate COP27 climate talks in Sharm el-Sheikh, Egypt, will be quite different from COP26 in Glasgow last year, or COP21 in Paris in 2015. Unlike those higher-profile events, there are no big deals or mandated deliverables on the agenda this year. Instead, the focus is on pivoting to delivering on previous agreements, while still trying to increase ambition. But for developing countries this presents a welcome opportunity to focus on issues, such as climate finance and compensation for loss and damage due to the climate crisis, which they complain have been overlooked thus far.

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