Small Island Developing States leaders express fear that many developed countries are backtracking on commitment to make progress on critical loss and damage response finance to help vulnerable countries recover from climate change impacts. COP27, Egypt, 16th November, 2022 – In the final few days of negotiations at the UN climate summit, COP27, the Alliance… Read more »More details.
Yamikani Idriss of Malawi, the Transparency Co-ordinator for the Least Developed Country (LDC) Group of climate negotiators, has said that the first week of negotiations at COP27 in Sharm El-Sheikh did not yield progress on issues that are critical for LDCs.More details.
Angelique Pouponneau and Thibyan Ibrahim of the Alliance of Small Island States (AOSIS) give a read-out of the first week at COP27, EgyptMore details.
This week, the UNFCCC is convening an important workshop to discuss the Glasgow Sharm El-Sheikh Work Programme on the Global Goal on Adaptation. Participants aim to unpack the indicators and metrics for measuring the adaptation progress of communities and countries, the world over. CASA’s Mairi Dupar reports.More details.
CASA spoke to Michai Robertson, Lead Negotiator on Climate Finance to the Alliance of Small Island States, about the key concerns of small island developing States as they approach COP27. Small island developing States (SIDS) are coming to the UN climate negotiations in Sharm El-Sheikh, Egypt with the resolve to not only defend their existence as… Read more »More details.