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India Announces Successful Phase-Out of Ozone-Depleting Chemical

UZMI ATHAR
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Pacific Leaders Unite for More Climate Action at COP28

Fredrick Kusu
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India Refrains From Signing COP28 Health And Climate Declaration

UZMI ATHAR
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Conflict, Peace and Palestine Make an Impression at COP28

Simrin Sirur
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COP28 Launches Loss and Damage Fund, but Pledges Are a Drop in the Ocean

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What’s Blocking Indigenous Peoples and Local Communities in Nepal from Claiming Their Biodiversity Rights?

Diwakar Pyakurel
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As COP15 Begins, Biodiversity’s ‘Paris Moment’ Looks a Distant Dream

Stella Paul
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15th Meeting of United Nations Convention on Biological Diversity Kicks Off in Canada

Asad Zia
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Another COP? Here’s What You Need to Know and Why You Should Care

Julia Evans
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Planned Roads and Railways will Impact Habitat of 2,500 Species Globally

María Camila Bonilla
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COP15: UN Biodiversity Summit Kicks Off in Montreal

Soon Li Wei
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Colombia's Role in the Most Important Biodiversity Meeting of the Decade

María Camila Bonilla
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World Leaders Gather in Montreal for COP15 Biodiversity Summit

Shakoor Rather
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What is COP15? The Importance of a Global Deal for Nature

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Global Biodiversity Agenda: Nairobi Just Added More to Montreal’s Plate

Stella Paul
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Why There Are High Hopes From the Nairobi UN Biodiversity Meeting

Monika Mondal
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Montréal Replaces Kunming as Host for COP15 in December

Soon Li Wei
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Britain’s President for COP26 Alok Sharma rallies world leaders to keep their promises and “translate their commitments into rapid action” at the close of the COP26 UN Climate Change Conference in Glasgow on Saturday. —AFP

COP26 ends with watered-down coal resolution

Imelda Abano
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What the Philippines needs to do after UN climate deal

Gaea Katreena Cabico
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Adaptation goals, finance, loss and damage on top of agenda for next year's climate talks

Gaea Katreena Cabico
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Lawyer Vicente Yu (left) and Energy Undersecretary Felix William Fuentebella discuss matters with one another during a meeting of the G77 and China negotiating group at COP26. Photo courtesy of Vicente Yu

Two Filipinos Key to COP26 Progress on Platform Linking Vulnerable Countries to Climate Finance

Pia Ranada
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Filipino lawyer Vicente Yu represents the G77 and China group at negotiations on loss and damage at COP26.

Meet the Filipino Lawyer Standing Up for 134 Developing Countries at COP26

Pia Ranada
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Philippine delegation head Finance Secretary Carlos Dominguez III addresses the plenary at COP26 in Glasgow. Photo by Pia Ranada/Rappler

‘I Don’t Feel Them’: Filipino Activists at COP26 Decry Lack of Engagement by Philippine Delegation

Pia Ranada
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Filipino climate activist Marinel Ubaldo pushes for more decisive action on loss and damage needs of vulnerable countries like the Philippines. Photo by Pia Ranada/Rappler

'Better Than Nothing': Vulnerable Countries Agree to Compromise in Glasgow Climate Pact

Pia Ranada
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COP26: One that failed to deliver what the moment needs

COP26: One that failed to deliver what the moment needs

Disha Shetty
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COP26 keeps 1.5C hanging by a thread—experts

Isaac Anyaogu
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Youth Leaders Demand Socially-Oriented Solutions to Climate Crisis

Jéssica Maes
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COP26: Countries reach climate deal, refuse support for world’s poorest

Isaac Anyaogu
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Participants gather at the COP26 climate change conference in Glasgow, Scotland. WWF finance lead, Margaret Kuhlow, believes the nature of conversations on climate finance has changed notably since COP25 in 2019.

WWF expert on COP26: ‘The conversation around finance is different this time’

Fermin Koop
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A cameraman sits in front of a screen displaying COP26 logo during a news conference at the UN Climate Change Conference (COP26), in Glasgow, Scotland, Britain, November 5, 2021. Photo : Reuters

COP26: Global south ‘feels cheated’ again

Shamsuddin Illius
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A worker inspects soybeans near Campos Lindos, Brazil. Soy production is among the biggest drivers of deforestation in South America, and creates challenges for countries’ climate commitments. (Image: Ueslei Marcelino / Alamy)

COP26: Are food systems finally on the menu in climate commitments?

Fermin Koop
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An advertising board is seen during the UN Climate Change Conference (COP26), in Glasgow, Scotland, Britain, November 7, 2021. REUTERS/Yves Herman

Quick action needed from COP in climate emergency: Bangladesh

Shamsuddin Illius
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