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The country's energy transition makes economic sense but will require effective coordination and huge upfront investments, especially from the private sector.
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Members of congress who attended the climate talks are pushing for a law that will penalise businesses for overshooting safe levels of greenhouse gas emissions by making them pay fines that will go to affected communities.
Commentators say the government’s new Living Indus Initiative, showcased at COP27, shows it is serious about tackling climate change but is limited by its failure to tackle big infrastructure in the basin.
A USD 100 million loan from the World Bank has been met with controversy in Nepal, with disagreement over what counts as ‘climate finance’, and whether loans have any role to play in support for developing countries.
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#COP27 Opinion

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At COP27, world leaders agreed to keep warming to 1.5°C above pre-industrial levels. Their actions tell a different story. But even if blowing past the 1.5°C target is inevitable, we should not give up.
COP27 put food on the menu, but family farmers need more support as they suffer most from climate change's impacts.
Africa must have 'loss and damage' finance from wealthy countries at COP27, but the continent also has the resources and opportunities to be a climate action leader.
At COP27, wealthy governments are pushing for stronger efforts to limit global warming—while failing to deliver the finance and technology promised for climate action in poorer countries.
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Rich nations need to shift investments into renewables instead, they say. The civic space for demonstrations at this year's climate summit, held in Egypt, is more restricted than the Scotland event last year.
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