The issue of loss and damage has emerged as one of the top issues for negotiators at the Paris climate talks.
Swedish and Bolivian ministers have been leading the discussions on loss and damage, trying to iron out the issues.
But big polluters and wealthy nations refuse to be held liable for compensating climate-vulnerable nations for future impacts of climate change.
So what exactly does ‘loss and damage’ mean and why is everyone talking about it? And most critically, will we see a deal that everyone can agree to by the end of the week?