From 2020 on, an annual $ 100 billion is to be made available to developing countries so they can adapt to climate change and mitigate the phenomenon. The long-term commitments of donor governments are fuzzy, however. So far, there are no coherent pledges for the next seven years. Saleemul Huq of the London-based International Institute for Environment and Development assessed matters in an interview with Hans Dembowski.

Harmony marked the end of the climate summit in Canc

In principle, generic pharma production could supply developing countries with all the drugs they need. In practice, matters are more difficult. Zafrullah Chowdhury shed light on this complex matter in an interview with Hans Dembowski.