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Finance and energy access come first

The IMF, World Bank and G20 face growing pressure to raise funds for climate goals ahead of the UN COP28 summit in Dubai

Arguments over emissions cuts, climate finance and developing economies' access to energy are set to dominate the UN COP28 Climate summit in Dubai in November. Despite sharpening g...


Climate of scepticism

Expectations are low ahead of next week's COP27 climate change summit in Sharm el Sheikh. Although the African Union common position has moved away from an early draft that emphasi...


Adding up the real costs of the energy transition

To achieve net zero emissions by 2050 will mean clean energy investments of $1-2 trillion a year in developing economies

After a frustrating lack of progress on finance and mapping out a 'just transition' to renewable energy at the COP26 climate summit last month, African officials are preparing for ...

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Developing economies frustrated by failures on finance for loss and damage and ambiguities over the transition from coal and oil to green energy

Shortcomings in the Glasgow agreement will raise pressure on countries' and companies' commitments at Egypt's COP27 summit next year

African delegates to the UN Climate summit in Glasgow shared wider disappointments about the last minute weakening of the language on fossil fuels in the agreement on 13 November b...

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African delegations frustrated by summit's weakness on climate finance and Europe's levies on fossil-fuel exports

Hardest hit by climate change but producing the lowest emissions, the continent is losing out in the deal-making in Scotland

Negotiators at the UN COP26 climate summit, which is due to close on 12 November, are racing to avert failure on its two main aims: to limit global temperature rises to well below ...

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