It was a day of contrasts at the Glasgow Climate Change Conference. High-level events continued alongside technical negotiations. World leaders bustled room to room, while civil society’s anger with the limited access to the talks continued to grow.
- Finance, forest, and other announcements from the World Leaders Summit; and
- Negotiations continuing or beginning on key issues.
Norway announced it would double its climate finance commitment to USD 1.6 billion by 2026, while Denmark pledged USD 1 billion by 2023 and Japan promised USD 10 billion in the next five years. In a high-level event, US Climate Envoy John Kerry suggested that, if Japan’s contribution would be USD 2 billion next year and could be used to mobilize another USD 6 billion in co-financing, then developed countries may meet the USD 100 billion goal in 2022.
By IISD. Earth Negotiations Bulletin. November 2, 2021.
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