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COP27: What's Left of Russian Climate Action?

As COP27 draws to a close, we take another deep dive into the impact of Russia’s war against Ukraine on climate negotiations and climate action in general. What were Moscow's priorities this year? How has the Russian delegation been treated by the rest of the climate community at COP27? Maria Pastukhova, a senior policy analyst at climate think tank E3G, and Anna Korppoo, a research professor from the Fridtjof Nansens Institute in Norway, discuss these questions and more.

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