The biggest news of the day broke on Friday morning, with the announcement that the EU would agree to a loss and damage fund to help poor countries with climate disasters.
The climate summit will run until Saturday, according to Agence France-Presse. This is not really a surprise to anyone.
Youth activists staged a Friday climate strike to mark the last formal day of negotiations. Meanwhile during the talks, Nakeeyat Dramani, a 10-year-old Ghanaian climate activist, asked delegates to “have a heart”.
Elsewhere the activists who interrupted the US president, Joe Biden, lost their summit passes, as did the Ukrainian protester who spoke out at a Russian press conference.
A surprisingly large number of gas deals were struck at the summit, with more than a dozen set up.
And Desmog crunched the numbers and found that representatives from big agriculture more than doubled at Cop27.
What happened at Cop27 on day 11?
EU agrees to loss and damage fund to help poor countries and activists interrupting proceedings lose their passes
Bibi van der Zee
Bibi van der Zee is assistant editor, environment. Twitter @bibivanderzee