#COP28 News

Climate change action demands stricter emissions control of Asia Pacific’s coal burners, say analysts.
The World Health Organization (WHO) warns that climate change will fuel various health risks as COP28 puts spotlight on issue.
Finance ministers, central bankers and activists descended on Washington DC in late April for the spring meetings of the World Bank and the International Monetary Fund (IMF).
In the run up to the second transitional committee meeting on 24 May in Europe, civil society seeks financing for climate-vulnerable countries that do not come in the form of loans, as well as for a more influential role for grassroots representatives.
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#COP28 Opinion

Last year’s UN Climate Change Conference (COP27) ended with a historic agreement to provide financial assistance to developing countries suffering the adverse effects of global warming. But to ensure the fund operates as intended, it is crucial to enter COP28 with a clear, detailed, and unified strategy for implementation.
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Once again, climate scientists have warned that time is running out in the global race to stay ahead of catastrophic climate change. While Kenya and many other countries in the Global South could play a major role in solving the problem, more must be done to unlock that potential.
Without a concerted effort by governments and international financial institutions to harmonise standards and strengthen incentives for investments in decarbonisation across the developing world, mid-century net-zero targets will slip out of reach. Three issues, in particular, warrant greater attention.
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