COP28: Africa’s climate future hinges on loss and damage fund and financial commitments | ANG
  • May 29, 2024

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COP28 in Dubai concluded with the UN’s call to phase out fossil fuels which faced resistance from major oil producers and instead led to a call for reduction. On the continental level, the focus now shifts to ensuring financial pledges support the continent’s unique climate challenges.

Mr Ibrahima Cheikh Diong, Director General of the African Risk Capacity (ARC) Group joined us from Dubai to elaborate on the topic.

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