Loss and damage on track for inclusion in Paris deal

Difficult talks in Lima have left thorny questions on how climate adaptation and loss and damage should be accounted for under the promised global climate deal unanswered

Difficult talks in Lima have left thorny questions on how climate adaptation and loss and damage should be accounted for under the promised global climate deal unanswered.

‘Loss and damage’ made it into the main deal struck over the weekend – an early draft of the text of the 2015 agreement containing numerous provisional elements. And an executive committee to lead work on loss and damage for two years initially was established.

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