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Gender activists at COP27 have called for increased action to meet climate change goals focusing on the specific needs of African women and girls.
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A new World Health Organization study has found that the number of reported disease outbreaks and climate-related health emergencies in the greater Horn Africa have reached their highest-ever level this century.
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The first-of-its-kind document makes close to two dozen references to coal, mostly to justify its continued use for the foreseeable future.
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Over 550 representatives from 70 countries made the call in a joint statement during a press conference at COP27.
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“We are suffering damages from extreme climatic events and it is now our main problem,” a 22-year-old Imran Hossain told Mark Rutte, the prime minister of Netherlands, on Tuesday, seeking compensation for their losses.
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Climate finance, the center point of all negotiations at COP27, is being questioned as the parties are reportedly failing to set up a definition for it.
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Are developed countries willing to contribute the hundreds of billions of dollars that Latin America needs to adapt to the impact of climate change and transform their economies?
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Argentina needs US$185 billion to mitigate and adapt to climate change from now until 2030, announced the head of the national delegation at COP27.
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The Indonesian government is eyeing billions of dollars in funding to support its energy transition program. Although it is in the form of a soft loan, measures are needed to prevent the country's debt from mounting up.
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Net zero, unlike climate change, has evolved from scientific concept to policy in a much shorter period since the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) released its Fifth Assessment Report in 2014, stating that global warming can only be stopped if net anthropogenic (human-caused) emis

Mauritius is among the countries pushing for a fair and sustainable financing system for loss and damage at COP27, but the result of the negotiations remains uncertain.
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After much debate, the issue of loss and damage has been added to the agenda at COP27. On the summit's Finance Day, experts and negotiators discussed the importance of the climate finance ecosystem, innovative financial instruments and other tools.
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