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The importance of the Global Goal on Adaptation at COP28
COP28: A layered approach to the Global Goal on Adaptation Framework

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Climate finance issues to watch at COP28
The Global Goal on Adaptation at COP28 (Technical Paper)

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Options for a Politically-Salient Headline for the Global Goal on Adaptation

The outcome of the Paris Agreement established the Global Goal on Adaptation (GGA), not as a quantitative goal but as a shared aspiration. The GGA will be one of the goals against which the global stocktake (GST) will assess collective …

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Cities Advancing Climate Action: Unlocking the Potential of the IRA

The latest report from the Alliance for a Sustainable Future – a joint effort of C2ES and The U.S. Conference of Mayors  to help cities and businesses collaborate on sustainable development – focuses on the Inflation Reduction Act’s new opportunity …

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Reaching for 2030: Climate and Energy Policy Priorities

The need to address climate change remains urgent. Over the past 15 months, the U.S. Congress has passed meaningful legislation that has the potential to dramatically reduce emissions, and—importantly—allow the United States to lead in accelerating the global transition toward …

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Tackling Flood Mitigation with Federal Resources: Best Practices for Community Resilience
The Institutional Ecosystem for Loss and Damage

Loss and damage (L&D) is a complex concept that raises difficult legal, political, scientific, and ethical questions. While Parties to both the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC) and the Paris Agreement have not formally defined L&D, they …

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