As two weeks of acrimonious UN climate talks draw to a close, observers were heavily critical of lack of movement on key issues. At a press conference held during the talks, hosted by the Pan African Climate Justice Alliance (PACJA), an African-wide climate movement with over 300 organisations in 45 countries as members, Mithika Mwenda, PACJA’s coordinator said, “Governments need to look up from their legal and procedural tricks and focus on the planetary emergency that is hitting Africa first and hardest.”

The groups also provided background briefs on the issue of ‘markets‘ and ‘Loss and Damage.’

 

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