Dramatic changes to the global economic and geopolitical landscape over the past year have had an impact on the approach countries take at the COP27 climate negotiations kicking off in less than a month in Egypt.

This was according to environment minister Barbara Creecy, who addressed local stakeholders on Monday on SA’s expectations for the global climate conference...

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