Currently Montréal - le 7 novembre 2022

🌤️ Alternance de soleil et de nuages 🌡 Maximum 14°C

La météo, actuellement.

Ce soir: partiellement nuageux.
🌡 Minimum 12°C

Lundi: alternance de soleil et de nuages. Indice UV de 3 ou modéré.
🌡 Maximum 14°C

Lundi soir: quelques nuages.
🌡 Minimum 1°C

We will have 9h49 (-2 minutes) de lumière du jour demain.

— Francis L

The weather, currently.

Tonight: partly cloudy.
🌡 Low 12°C

Monday: a mix of sun and cloud. UV index of 3 or moderate.
🌡 High 14°C

Monday evening: increasing cloudiness.
🌡 Low 1°C

We will have 9h49 (-2 minutes) of daylight tomorrow.

What you need to know, currently.

We have a new story up from Currently’s staff reporter, Anna Abraham, covering COP27 and its focus on climate finance, particularly loss and damage finance, or the financial reparations the Global North owes countries most vulnerable to the climate crisis:

“Losses and damages are mounting for communities on the frontlines of the climate crisis, especially for the poorest who have contributed the least to the problem,” Rachel Cleetus, Policy Director, Climate and Energy Program, Union of Concerned Scientists said in a press conference.

“The success of COP27 depends crucially on the United States and other richer nations living up to their responsibilities to meaningfully address Loss and Damage, including delivering a clear near-term pathway for dedicated and ongoing funding.”

Some leaders are stepping up. Denmark, earlier this year, proposed funding $13.2 million to poorer nations for loss and damage. It is the first central government to do so, breaking away from the European Union consensus in the process. At COP26, Scotland pledged $2 million and the Wallonia region of Belgium earmarked $1 million for loss and damage.”

Click here to read the full article!

What you can do, currently.

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