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The Talanoa Dialogue is giving a voice to the unaccredited, says Jamie Williams from Islamic Relief Worldwide, Climate Tracker spoke with him on the future and importance of Talanoa.
For the first time, loss and damage now features prominently in the draft text of the Paris Agreement. But does this really mean progress?
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