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EU chiefs flew to UN climate talks in private jet

European Council President Charles Michel hopped on a private jet for 72 of 112 official trips.
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Egypt’s satellites to boost Africa’s climate change fight

Egypt’s space program took a new leap forward with the launch of another satellite, Horus-2, that will help Cairo monitor climate change in the increasingly thirsty country.

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Inside the final moments of loss and damage at COP

Climate talks in Egypt were down to the wire when two words helped break the deadlock over a contested idea to create a fund for nations that are losing land and people to climate change. The phrase — “particularly vulnerable” — came from a minister whose homeland is being consumed by the Indian Ocean.

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Climate change threatens to drown Egyptian city of Alexandria, destroy key farmland

Rising sea levels are threatening the ancient port built by Alexander the Great and changing the chemical balance of farmland that Egypt cannot afford to lose.

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Egypt’s climate summit was a 'rehearsal' for COP28 in Dubai

Even in a police state, climate justice and human rights advocates found ways to come together and make their voices heard, but some worry about what comes next.
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For many, the global warming confab that rose in the Egyptian desert was a mirage

Amid fighting over croissants and climate, the UN’s Cop27 mirrored a world that can’t come together to break free of fossil fuels and avoid a catastrophic future.

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UN climate boss settles for no cuts on emissions

Given an energy crisis in Europe and progress made in helping climate victims, the new climate chief for the United Nations said he'll settle for a lack of new emissions-cutting action coming out of the now-concluded climate talks in Egypt.