Key Messages

The inclusion of loss and damage (L&D) to the COP27 agenda is a positive first step in achieving climate justice. While vulnerable nations have been fighting for its inclusion into global discourses for decades, the recent climate-induced disasters across the world, especially in Pakistan, have played a pivotal role in its induction.

Let us remind ourselves that the collective goal is to avoid L&D at all costs, that is, we hope that societies will be able to adapt to current and future changes in climate.
Although the fight for reparations must continue, the less contentious fight for adaptation finance and implementation is equally pivotal.

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Towards a Policy Framework for Financing Future Loss and Damage