COP28: What’s ahead for climate change action?

This year's climate summit faces some big questions. Our global team of correspondents and our reporting team on the ground in Dubai are seeking out answers to those questions and many more – both during COP28 and beyond it.

A person walks past a '#COP28' sign during The Changemaker Majlis, a one-day CEO-level thought leadership workshop focused on climate action, in Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates, October 1, 2023


Barbados' Prime Minister Mia Amor Mottley attends a press conference at COP28 World Climate Summit, in Dubai United Arab Emirates, December 4, 2023


A worker walks on scaffoldings in a construction site at the Israeli settlement of Har Homa, in the occupied West Bank December 28, 2016. REUTERS/Baz Ratner


A man shoots a video on his mobile phone while on a local train in Mumbai, India, March 13, 2023

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Should beaches be private? In Lebanon, most are

On paper, Lebanon’s coastline is public and open to all. In practice, it’s a different story.

Activists say up to 80% of the country’s coast is occupied by private businesses that charge for entry, and the remaining 20% is often crowded and full of pollution.

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