WATCH: The Glasgow Climate Pact and its wins and losses for vulnerable countries

Rappler's Pia Ranada sums up the key wins and losses for vulnerable, developing countries in the agreement reached in Glasgow

The Glasgow Climate Pact, greenlit by almost 200 countries on Saturday, November 13, includes a clearer plan for nations to deepen their cuts of planet-warming gases and increase aid for poor countries to prepare for climate hazards.

The pact, however, left developing countries hanging on some key issues, such as the weakening of certain terms in the pact, and opposition to the mention of the Glasgow loss and damage finance facility, among other issues.

Rappler’s Pia Ranada explains the wins and losses for climate-vulnerable countries in this report. –