SHARM EL SHEIKH / COP27 CLOSING

20-Nov-2022 00:02:35
After days of intense negotiations that stretched into early Sunday morning in Sharm el-Sheikh, countries at the latest UN Climate Change Conference, COP27, reached agreement on an outcome that established a funding mechanism to compensate vulnerable nations for ‘loss and damage’ from climate-induced disasters. UNIFEED
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STORY: SHARM EL SHEIKH / COP27 CLOSING
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DATELINE: 20 NOVEMBER 2022, SHARM EL SHEIKH, EGYPT / RECENT
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RECENT – SHARM EL SHEIKH, EGYPT

1. Various shots, exterior, COP27 venue

20 NOVEMBER 2022, SHARM EL SHEIKH, EGYPT

2. Wide shot, plenary
3. Various, plenary, delegates
4. Various, plenary, delagates arrival
5. Delegate’s applause, plenary
6. SOUNDBITE (English) Sameh Shoukry, COP27 President and Egypt Foreign Minister:
“Today, here in Sharm el-Sheikh, we established the first ever dedicated fund for loss and damage, a fund that has been so long in the making”
7. SOUNDBITE (English) Sameh Shoukry, COP27 President and Egypt Foreign Minister:
“What we need is more trust, more empathy, and more understanding. Our world deserves this, this process deserves it.”
8. Various shots, applause, plenary
9. SOUNDBTIE (English) Simon Stiell, UNFCCC Executive Secretary:
“This outcome does move us forward. An historic outcome, one that benefits the most vulnerable all around the world”
10. Delegates applaud, plenary
11. SOUNDBITE (English) Simon Stiell, UNFCCC Executive Secretary:
“We’ve determined a way forward on a decade- long conversation on funding for loss and damage, deliberating over how we address the impacts on communities whose lives and livelihoods have been ruined by the very worst impacts of climate change. So at COP27, we’ve established the fund that will provide one pillar of the response required to ensure loss and damage is addressed.”
12. SOUNDBITE (English) Simon Stiell, UNFCCC Executive Secretary:
“Without the voices of individuals, whether they’re activists, researchers, scientists, youth or indigenous peoples, we would not have gotten this far.”
13. SOUNDBITE (English) Sameh Shoukry, COP27 President and Egypt Foreign Minister:
“This meeting is now adjourned; I now declare the conference closed”
14. Applause, plenary
15. Various, plenary stage
STORYLINE
Representatives of nearly 200 Parties to the UN Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC) pledged Sunday to establish a loss and damage fund. After days of intense negotiations that stretched into early Sunday (20 Nov) morning in Sharm el-Sheikh, countries at the latest UN Climate Change Conference, COP27, reached agreement on an outcome that established a funding mechanism to compensate vulnerable nations for climate-induced disasters.


UNFCCC Executive Secretary Simon Stiell said, regarding the text adopted Sunday morning, “we have been given reassurances that there is no room for backsliding. It gives the key political signals that indicate the phase-down of all fossil fuels is happening.”

The two-week summit, which was scheduled to end Friday, went into overtime Saturday as negotiators from nearly 200 nations clashed over critical issues.
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