The Bonn Climate Change Talks continued on Thursday with a number of contact groups, information consultations and workshops meeting under the SBSTA. Delegates also convened for a number of activities under the ADP.
During lunch delegates and observers attended the informal consultations by the incoming presidency of COP 19, taking place this November in Warsaw, Poland. The Polish presidency outlined their vision for COP 19, assuring they would conduct a transparent, inclusive and party driven process, while facilitating meaningful stakeholder engagement.
Delegates and observers then identified their outcome priorities.
Day three of the Bonn Climate Change Conference opened with participants continuing to wait out the impasse over the SBI’s agenda. Meanwhile contact groups and informal consultations convened under the SBSTA. Roundtables under the Ad Hoc Working Group on the Durban Platform for Enhanced Action (the ADP) took place.
In the morning, the opening plenary of the Ad Hoc Working Group on the Durban Platform (ADP) convened, as well as the Forum on Response Measures. In the afternoon, the following meetings convened: second meeting of the Durban Forum on Capacity Building; SBSTA research dialogue; and ADP Workstream 1 Roundtable on a Variety of Actions. In the morning and afternoon, various contact groups and informal consultations were held under SBSTA.
IISD Reporting Services is here at the Maritim Hotel in Bonn, Germany, reporting from the Bonn Climate Change Conference that opened today. Three bodies supporting the work of the UN Framework Convention on Climate Change are meeting here over the next couple of weeks: the Subsidiary Body for Implementation (SBI), the Subsidiary Body for Scientific and Technological Advice (SBSTA) and the Ad Hoc Working Group on the Durban Platform for Enhanced Action (ADP).
Our teams are reporting on the main discussions here and on side events occurring alongside the Conference. This is the launch of ENB Video in the corridors!
Published on May 10, 2013
The International Institute for Sustainable Development covered the seventh meeting of the Pilot Program on Climate Resilience (PPCR), in association with the Climate Investment Funds (CIF), which convened last week in Washington, D.C.
The PPCR provides funds to assist participating countries in integrating climate risk and resilience into core development planning and implementation through technical and investment support.
In this short film, representatives from some of the PPCR participating countries (Haiti, Zambia, Jamaica, Tajikistan, and Bangladesh) explain how they are being affected by climate change and why this pilot program is important project to participate in.