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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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Editorial: As the climate crisis deepens, high-polluting nations must start paying reparations

The wealthy countries that are most responsible for greenhouse gas pollution must compensate the poorer nations that bear the greatest burden.

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COP28 climate reparations for Cyclone Freddy recovery in Malawi

Cyclone Freddy destroyed the small East African country. Targeted reparations can alleviate poverty and help communities recover.
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Rich world's leaders fail to commit to Paris global financing summit

Two weeks ahead of a highly-anticipated climate finance summit, most developed country leaders have not confirmed their attendance, sparking concerns they are not taking it seriously.

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It’s payback time

New studies call for reparations from oil companies and governments responsible for climate change.
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Fossil fuel firms owe climate reparations of $209bn a year, says study

The world’s top fossil fuel companies owe at least $209bn in annual climate reparations to compensate communities most damaged by their polluting business and decades of lies, a new study calculates.

What Colombia’s first Black VP really wants from the United States

What Colombia’s first Black VP really wants from the United States

After a career as a social activist for Afro-Colombians and climate justice, Francia Márquez Mina decided to run for the vice presidency — and won. Her next goal: getting global superpowers to pay reparations.
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