Attendance and fossil fuels were the main themes highlighted by many of the headlines tackling COP28.

Held in Dubai in December, it was the biggest United Nations climate conference ever, with over 80,000 participants, and a landmark agreement was reached to transition away from fossil fuels — despite the robust presence of representatives from the fossil fuel industry.

In the shadows of most COP28 coverage, two other outcomes fundamental to the future of climate action were achieved: The conference put health into focus like never before and brought youth voices to the table in myriad new ways.