World leaders set out their climate plans and negotiating positions at Cop28. Follow the news and views with Climate Home News, live
Germany and Cop host UAE led contributions to get a fund for climate victims up and running, in an early win for the Cop28 presidency
As carbon credits face intense scrutiny, negotiators will wrangle over how to ensure the integrity of a new global carbon market
The Cop28 team must show leadership on fossil fuel phase-out, renewable and energy efficiency, finance, climate plans and loss and damage
Samuele Landi has been convicted for bankruptcy fraud in Italy. That was no problem for the UAE firm doing forest carbon credit deals across Africa.
Non-binary and trans people have been detained and deported at Dubai airport and being gay is effectively criminalised in the UAE
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Developing and developed countries are wrangling over whether finance should be included in an adaptation framework to be approved at Cop28
Developing countries made key concession to land a draft deal on funding for climate victims, subject to political signoff at Cop28
A renewable energy target will be debated at Cop28 but financial reforms are needed for the Global South outside China to meet that target
Developing countries are outraged by a proposal to host a climate loss and damage fund at the World Bank, painting it as a US power grab
The 27 member states agreed to pursue a tripling of renewable energy by 2030 but softened language on phasing out fossil fuels
At Cop28, developed nations will face calls to quit fossil fuels faster than developing countries, who did less to cause the climate crisis
In response to a global stocktake report, ministers will debate collective goals such as phasing out coal use by 2040 and mobilising $200-400bn for loss and damage
Sultan Al Jaber urged governments to update their national climate targets by September. Not one heeded the call
On the sidelines of the UN general assembly, rich and poor countries were divided on how to deliver funds to victims of the climate crisis