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Climate migration is about to explode. Cities will bear the brunt.

Climate migration is about to explode. Cities will bear the brunt.Climate migration is about to explode. Cities will bear the brunt.

Some mayors are trying to turn a crisis into an opportunity. But planning and preparing will take money.

COP27 climate talks: What happens if nothing happens?

COP27 climate talks: What happens if nothing happens?COP27 climate talks: What happens if nothing happens?

Almost every COP runs long, blowing past official endpoints into the weekend. This one is no exception.

The COP27 climate talks went to overtime. Did they deliver?

The COP27 climate talks went to overtime. Did they deliver?The COP27 climate talks went to overtime. Did they deliver?

Nations agreed to a historic “loss and damage” aid deal but went soft on fossil fuels.

COP27 climate talks: Negotiations mad dash has developing countries feeling ‘betrayed’

COP27 climate talks: Negotiations mad dash has developing countries feeling ‘betrayed’COP27 climate talks: Negotiations mad dash has developing countries feeling ‘betrayed’

While there’s general consensus that a loss and damage fund for poor and vulnerable countries should exist, some rich countries are still holding up the tangible creation of such a fund due to a variety of concerns.

What really happened with the ‘nightmare’ missile strike in Poland?

What really happened with the ‘nightmare’ missile strike in Poland?What really happened with the ‘nightmare’ missile strike in Poland?

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COP27 climate talks: Brazil makes a climate comeback on ‘Biodiversity Day’

COP27 climate talks: Brazil makes a climate comeback on ‘Biodiversity Day’COP27 climate talks: Brazil makes a climate comeback on ‘Biodiversity Day’

Fresh off his election victory over incumbent Jair Bolsonaro, Brazilian President-elect Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva arrived to signal that Brazil is back when it comes to climate change.