COP27: Climate costs deal struck but no fossil fuel progress

Rich nations will pay climate damages, but the final deal does not cut fossil fuels further. …

On Sunday, Antigua and Barbuda environment minister Molwyn Joseph, and chair of the Alliance of Small Island States, said the deal was a “win for the entire world” and “restored global faith in this critical process dedicated to ensuring no one is left behind”.

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