Policy and Regulation

Climate policy: key points from the Africa and Finance in Common summits

Kenya president William Ruto speaking at Africa Climate Summit
‘We demand a fair playing ground for African countries,’ says Kenyan president William Ruto at this week’s Africa Climate Summit (Photo: Luis Tato/AFP via Getty Images)

The final declaration from this week’s Africa Climate Summit reiterated calls for richer nations’ bigger financial commitments toward the green transition, while development banks meeting at the Finance in Common Summit asked for stronger mandates to help them support sustainable growth

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