Here are the top COP27 and Climate stories compiled from major international English-language news outlets.

Announcements

“Donor base and beneficiaries’ points on the loss and damage fund agreement at COP27 in Sharm el-Sheikh will be clarified by next year (COP28) as big economies like India and China have not been in favour of being mandatory contributors to the fund.”

“The construction of one of the world’s largest wind farms in Egypt is set to start in 2024 and could provide electricity to Europe and Saudi Arabia, according to one of the main companies backing the $11 billion project.”

Climate fund: Donor base, beneficiaries to be clarified by ’23 - Times of India
Environment News: Donor base and beneficiaries' points on the loss and damage fund agreement at COP27 in Sharm el-Sheikh will be clarified by next year (COP28) as big e

What’s at stake

COP27 summit strikes deal to fund climate damages, leaves EU disappointed
An often fraught UN climate summit wrapped up on Sunday (20 November) with sweeping agreement on how to tackle global warming and a "historic" deal to create a special fund to cover the damages suffered by vulnerable nations.

Other Stories

COP27 summit strikes deal to fund climate damages, leaves EU disappointed
An often fraught UN climate summit wrapped up on Sunday (20 November) with sweeping agreement on how to tackle global warming and a "historic" deal to create a special fund to cover the damages suffered by vulnerable nations.
COP27 redraws the map for the global climate responsibility
A historic win for climate finance was tempered by a disappointing outcome on fossil fuels
Important estuary habitats being ‘squeezed’ by climate crisis, study warns
More than half of England’s estuaries are at risk of seeing habitats squeezed between rising seas and man-made barriers on land
‘We couldn’t fail them’: how Pakistan’s floods spurred fight at Cop for loss and damage fund
With the deadly devastation fresh in the world’s mind, Pakistan pushed for damage funds with other frontline countries
The 1.5C climate goal died at Cop27 – but hope must not
Every fraction of a degree increases human suffering, so the fight to end the fossil fuel industry must ramp up