Doha climate change deal clears way for 'damage aid' to poor nations
EU, Australia and Norway also sign up to new carbon-cutting targets as fortnight-long conference in Qatar closes
Poor countries have won historic recognition of the plight they face from the ravages of climate change, wringing a pledge from rich nations that they will receive funds to repair the "loss and damage" incurred. This is the first time developing countries have received such assurances, and the first time the phrase "loss and damage from climate change" has been enshrined in an international legal document.
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