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COP27 will be remembered as a failure – here's what went wrong

By Mark Maslin, Professor of Earth System Science, UCL
Priti Parikh, Professor of Infrastructure Engineering and International Development, UCL
Richard Taylor, Professor of Hydrogeology, UCL
Simon Chin-Yee, Lecturer in International Development, UCL
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Billed as “Africa’s COP”, the 27th UN climate change summit (otherwise known as COP27) in Sharm el-Sheikh, Egypt, was expected to promote climate justice, as this is the continent most affected but least responsible for the climate crisis. Negotiations for a fund that would compensate developing countries for the loss…The Conversation

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