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Climate contradictions key at UN talks. Less future warming projected, yet there's more current pain

  • Climate negotiators at the COP28 summit in Dubai are facing contradictory conditions, including heavy promotion of unproven carbon capture and storage technology. There are concerns that the talks will falsely signal significant progress.
  • The conference, held in a major oil-producing nation, will address issues such as climate financing, emissions cuts, and phasing out fossil fuels. However, it will be run by the CEO of an oil company, raising doubts about its effectiveness.
  • Environmental activists question the trustworthiness of politicians and COP processes influenced by fossil fuel industries. A phase-out agreement for fossil fuels is unlikely, but a phase-down is seen as inevitable.
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