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The US must acknowledge climate debt to protect vulnerable nations

To mitigate the impact of climate change, wealthy nations like the U.S. need to take responsibility and provide reparations to countries most affected by global warming.

Vann R. Newkirk II reports for The Atlantic.

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A new climate fund aims to aid developing countries

The new UN Loss and Damage Fund aims to be a game-changer in climate finance by providing quick and direct relief to regions affected by climate disasters like floods, droughts, and heatwaves.

Bob Berwyn reports for Inside Climate News.

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New climate reparations fund embarks on challenging setup phase
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New climate reparations fund embarks on challenging setup phase

A new global climate reparations fund begins its intricate setup, aiming to address damages faced by developing nations due to climate change.

Naveena Sadasivam reports for Grist.

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The World Bank is running the first-ever climate reparations fund. Nobody is happy about it

The U.S.-dominated World Bank has a track record of harming the very nations it purports to help.
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Climate reparations are becoming a reality. Here’s what they could look like.

Grist asked 10 different countries how they would use the long-awaited “loss and damage” climate fund launched at COP28.
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Rich nations behind on promises of climate aid for poor countries

After years of promises of new climate funding, the developing world is coming to grips with a disappointing reality: The money still isn’t coming through.
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Rich countries with high greenhouse gas emissions could pay $170tn in climate reparations

Proposed compensation would be paid to developing countries that must transition away from fossil fuels.