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SUNS # 9452 Thursday 4 November 2021

Trade : US & EU could bring carbon tariffs to WTO to address climate change (PRIV)
(D. Ravi Kanth, Geneva)
Under the seeming pretext of addressing climate change, the United States and the European Union could push the issue of carbon tariffs into the global trading system, posing the biggest challenge yet for developing countries at the upcoming WTO's 12th ministerial conference (MC12) taking place in Geneva from 30 November.

COP26 : Rich discussion on process to determine new finance goal (PRIV)
(TWN, Glasgow)
The 3rd session of the Conference of the Parties to the Paris Agreement (CMA 3) on 2 November convened its first contact group on the new collective quantified goal during the ongoing climate talks in Glasgow.

United Nations : Human Rights Council to hold special session on Sudan (PRIV)
(Kanaga Raja, Geneva)
The UN Human Rights Council is to hold a special session on 5 November to discuss the "implications of the ongoing situation in the Republic of the Sudan".

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