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South African Loss and Damage Fund Nominee to Focus on Debt and Finance 

Nigerian Environmental Minister Believes Carbon Market is Key

US and EU Still Can’t Agree on Steel trade Agreement, Amidst Talk of Climate Clubs

EACOP faces Fresh Hurdles as Uganda vows to Expand Oil and Gas

OECD Claims $100 Billion Climate Finance Target Likely Reached in 2022

UNECA Supports growth of the African Carbon Market

Global Climate Club to launch at COP28

South Africa finalises its Just Energy Transition Implementation Plan

Two Days of Talks Fail to Produce any Pre-COP Breakthroughs

US, EU and UAE want to create a Pre-COP Pledge on Renewables

Carbon Credit Project Developer, South Pole, Pulls out of Zimbabwe Project

EU Commission Announces Intention to Pledge Funds for Loss and Damage

EU to Pursue a Ban on Fossil Fuel Subsidies Within OECD

Non State Actors Call for Agriculture and Food Systems to be Championed at COP28

Developed Countries to Overshoot Their 2030 NDC Targets

UK Climate Finance is Mostly Channelled to Non-African Organisations

UNCTAD Says Existing Global South Trade Agreement Could Enhance Climate-Trade Nexus

Vietnam Gets Mostly Costly Loans for JETP Deal

UNEP Report Finds Adaptation Finance Still Woefully Short

AGN Chair calls for African parliaments to play a greater role in climate governance

Gabonese Minister who spearheaded African debt for nature swap under house arrest

Zambia drafting climate bill and intends to regulate carbon credits

EU adopts COP28 position that backtracks on climate target

African negotiators pledge to uphold climate justice principles