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Vol 64 No 22

Published 2nd November 2023

Fight over control of loss and damage fund dominates pre-summit talks

Key questions are whether the World Bank or the UN will control the new fund – and the cost of its loans | Special Report by Tim Concannon

Welcome to our third Special Report on Climate in the run-up to the UN Climate summit on 30 November. Here our Environment Editor Tim Concannon focuses on the row over the plan to set up a fund to compensate countries worst hit by climate change. So serious are the divisions that they could derail the entire summit

Read our Special Report here: Fight over control of loss and damage fund dominates pre-summit talks

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