#loss and damage News

Success in climate negotiations this year hinges on adequate financial commitments from the Global North towards the South.
Climate change impacts threaten to overwhelm humanitarian aid systems – but changes in how money is moved could help.
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).
A group of archaeologists, climate scientists and policy experts met at the University of East Anglia last week to discuss how unique cultures and heritage are fast disappearing because of climate change – and what can be done to properly measure and address this.
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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.
Well-told human-interest stories are key to moving readers and prompting climate action. How to write them in China?
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