‘Loss and damage’ creeps in from the cold at UN climate talks

Reuters: When Hurricane Katrina brought storm surges crashing into New Orleans in August 2005, Beverly Wright lost all her family photographs, going back to her great grandparents, in the flood. "You cannot replace all of the memorabilia, or pictures you cherish and pass on from person to person," said the executive director of the Deep South Center for Environmental Justice. "There are things that cannot be replaced monetarily." She gave this as an example of "loss and damage" from climate change,......

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