COP27 fails to make progress on key climate goals, but African schemes offer some hope


Issue 473 - 25 Nov 2022 - By John Hamilton | 4 minute read

It was supposed to be all about implementation and Africa, but the COP27 climate summit ended on 20 November amid disharmony and a failure to agree more cuts in fossil fuel use.

However, a series of initiatives were launched that might not have gained as much media attention but which could help African countries match their development needs with clean energy ambitions, writes John Hamilton, recently in Sharm El Sheikh.

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