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‘Come with solutions’: COP28 president calls for compromise in final meetings

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🗞️ Driving the news: As COP28 enters its final stages, Sultan Al Jaber, the summit's president, is urging compromise among participants to reach a meaningful conclusion
• His call comes amidst intense negotiations and diverse perspectives from different nations

🔭 The context: The COP28 climate summit has been marked by complex discussions, with countries trying to balance their economic interests and the urgent need for climate action
• The role of fossil fuels, financial commitments for climate mitigation, and adaptation strategies have been key topics

🌍 Why it matters for the planet: The outcome of COP28 is crucial for setting the global climate agenda
• Al Jaber's call for compromise reflects the need for unified action against climate change, emphasizing the importance of collaborative efforts to meet global warming targets and support vulnerable nations

⏭️ What's next: The final meetings at COP28 are expected to focus on bridging differences and finding common ground
• The decisions made here will shape international climate policy and action in the coming years

💬 One quote: "We need a spirit of compromise for a meaningful outcome," (Sultan Al Jaber, COP28 President)

📈 One stat: The summit has seen participation from nearly 200 countries, each bringing its own set of priorities and challenges to the table

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