COP28 ends by recognising the need for fossil fuel transition and booking some other gains

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Issue 497 - 17 Dec 2023 | 9 minute read

The COP28 climate talks in Dubai ended on a more positive note than many had thought possible, but for all the talk of eventually phasing out fossil fuels, multi-billions of dollars-worth of climate finance and operationalising the long-awaited Loss and Damage Fund, the crowds who descended on Dubai left with much to do and huge financial shortfalls to make up.

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