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Cop27: news organisations around the world join call for climate justice – live

A joint editorial published by the Guardian and more than 30 partners calls for rich countries to pay their fair share towards solving the climate crisis

Concerns have been raised about unhygienic and dangerous conditions at the Cop27 site by workers, with urine-filled bottles left behind country pavilions and engineers warning that poor-quality wiring poses a fire risk.

In the first week of climate summit, a wall collapsed and human waste was left in pavilion areas following a last-minute scramble to get the site ready for the climate summit, according to a worker who spoke with the Guardian.

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