The latest round of international climate negotiations concluded last week in Bonn, Germany.
Hosted by Fiji, COP23 gathered diplomats from around the world to further refine the details of how the Paris Agreement on climate change, struck in 2015, will work in practise when it formally starts in 2020.
Carbon Brief’s video brings you three key details you need to know about the UN talks this year.
The video explains why anti-Trump protests erupted at a US side-event on “clean” fossil fuels. Meanwhile, Naoyuki Yamagishi, head of climate and energy at WWF Japan, sheds light on the “Talanoa” dialogue, a new process designed to help countries increase ambition on emissions cuts.
Carbon Brief’s other coverage of the November 2017 climate talks in Bonn includes: