July 13, 2023

What Happened on Loss and Damage at the 2023 Bonn Climate Conference and Where We Are on the Road to COP28?

The Loss and Damage Collaboration

This new article, by Hyacinthe Niyitegeka, Teo Ormond-Skeaping, Julie-Anne Richards, and Erin Roberts from L&DC, provides a short debrief on the 2nd Glasgow Dialogue, the Santiago Network, the Global Stocktake, and the New Collective Quantified Goal on Climate Finance.

The Rosa Luxemburg Stiftung — International Climate Justice Program is proud to support the Loss and Damage Collaboration (L&DC), a network of climate policy and creative practitioners, researchers, activists, lawyers, advocates and decision-makers working together to ensure that vulnerable communities have the support they need to address climate change related loss and damage.


Cover photo: As the second Glasgow Dialogue on Loss and Damage begins, members of civil society, including Rebecca Newsom of Greenpeace, Tetet Lauron of Rosa Luxemburg Stiftung, and Gina Cortés Valderrama of the UNFCCC’s Women and Gender Constituency, demonstrate in the corridors, calling for delegates to “fill the [Loss and Damage] fund”. Image credit: Photo by IISD/ENB | Kiara Worth