COP27 must answer questions of climate justice
- Compensating for past emissions is as important as future mitigation for a fair and lasting solution.
The 2022 United Nations Conference on Climate Change—popularly known as CoP-27 (the UN’s 27th Conference of the Parties)—has commenced. While its focus will be on climate change broadly, European countries appear keen on controlling carbon emissions. However, this year, many of them returned to fossil fuels, including coal, as their energy security came under a cloud.
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