COP23: Climate negotiations agree on way forward

The Paris Agreement remains on track. Talks in Bonn went 12 hours into overtime as participants reached an agreement on climate finance. But now comes the tough part.

"Tackling climate change also requires support for adaptation and loss and damage action in poor and particularly vulnerable countries," commented Gebru Jember Endalew, chair of the Least Developed Countries group.

"The Bonn climate talks put substance over style," said Paula Caballero, global climate director at the World Resources Institute. "Negotiators made steady progress on important details of the Paris Agreement, and laid the groundwork for greater acceleration next year," she continued, calling the Bonn talks "a success."

"We've done the work we came here to do," German Environment Minister Barbara Hendricks told DW.

COP23: Climate negotiations agree on way forward

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