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Monday,
17 Jun 2019
13:15—14:45
Berlin
Secretariat of the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC)
Mr. Nicolas Muller
nmuller@unfccc.int
+0 0 1539
CDM for ambitious climate policy
This side event gives a unique opportunity to reflect on the role of the CDM for ambitious climate policy, whether in domestic climate policies or through emission reduction facilities, and also examine the implication and ratification status of the Doha Amendment.

Speakers: Ximena Figueroa, Ministry of Environment and Sustainable Development, Colombia; Thomas Forth, Advisor to the German Federal Ministry for the Environment, (BMUB); Tanguy de Bienassis, Financial Specialist, World Bank; Igor Shishlov, Senior Consultant, Perspectives Climate Change
CDM EB side-event agenda [569 kb]
Colombian domestic policy [1 Mb]
Climate Auctions [2 Mb]
Doha Ammendment [843 kb]
NACAG initiative [942 kb]
Panel [427 kb]
Audience [698 kb]
Monday,
17 Jun 2019
15:00—16:30
Berlin
Third World Network (TWN)
Ms. Yvonne Miller
ymiller@twngeneva.ch
+41 22 9083550
An assessment of the COP24 outcome
The event will provide developing country perspectives from negociators and civil society on the key outcomes of COP24
side event flyer [48 kb]
Monday,
17 Jun 2019
15:00—16:30
Bonn
Climate Analytics GmbH
Ms. Elzbieta Smith
ela.smith@climateanalytics.org
+49 30 259229530
World Resources Institute (WRI)
Mr. Timothy Constien
tim.constien@wri.org
+1 202 7530886
Limiting warming to 1.5°C and intergenerational justice
Without urgent climate action in the next decade, today's 16 year olds will live in a 1.5°C warmer world and have an ever shrinking range of options to deal with the legacy of inaction on cutting carbon emissions. Latest science on what governments can do to limit warming to 1.5°C

Speakers: Climate Analytics experts and youth from SIDS and LDCs
 
Monday,
17 Jun 2019
15:00—16:30
Kaminzimmer
Global Forest Coalition (GFC)
Ms. simone lovera
simone@globalforestcoalition.org
+31 6 47392511
Brighter Green, Inc.
Ms. Mia MacDonald
macdonald@brightergreen.org
+1 917 6268702
Krasnoyarsk regional public ecological movement "Friends of the Siberian Forests" (FSF)
Mr. Andrey Laletin
laletin3@gmail.com
+7 391 2498404
Drivers of deforestation: drifting away from real solutions to address the climate crisis
This side-event will discuss the main drivers of deforestation -  beef, soy, palm oil and wood - and their negative impacts on climate change, indigenous peoples, local communities and women and perpetuation of flawed and false solutions helped by perverse subsidies and climate finance.

Speakers: Souparna Lahiri, AIFFM, India Isis Alvarez, GFC, Colombia
 
Monday,
17 Jun 2019
16:45—18:15
Berlin
Global Water Partnership Organisation (GWPO)
Ms. Anjali Lohani
anjali.lohani@gwp.org
+46 76 6778641
World Water Council (WWC)
Ms. Danielle Gaillard-Picher
d.gaillard@worldwatercouncil.org
+33 4 91994100
Scaling up access to climate finance for water investments: GCF & innovative funding models
Access to finance for climate and water projects can be unlocked by strengthening country understanding of the requirements of climate funds, development finance, private sector interests, innovative funding sources and financing tools – and importantly, by improving institutional coordination.

Speakers: GCF NDAs, GCF DAEs, Water Ministries, WMO, WWC, GCF (TBD)
 
Monday,
17 Jun 2019
16:45—18:15
Bonn
German Development Institute (DIE - Bonn)
Mr. Steffen Bauer
steffen.bauer@die-gdi.de
+49 228 94927153
York University
Ms. Idil Boran
iboran@yorku.ca
+1 416 5229609
Taking Global Climate Action beyond 2020 - Accelerating the Sustainable Future We Want
With Marrakech Partnership as primary driver, non-Party climate actions demonstrate multiplicity of solutions to pre-2020 ambition and implementation. After 2020 stronger action will be crucial. Taking stock of progress, this event sets priorities for a post-2020 Global Climate Action Agenda.

Speakers: UNFCCC, BMZ (Germany), ICLEI, Fundación Avina, leading experts from developing and developed countries – details tba
Side Event Poster with detailed information [83 kb]
Monday,
17 Jun 2019
16:45—18:15
Kaminzimmer
Fundación Ambiente y Recursos Naturales (FARN)
Ms. Jazmín Elisa Rocco Predassi
jrpredassi@farn.org.ar
+54 911 56537224
Fossil fuel subsidies: a review of Brazil, Mexico and Argentina's schemes
Fossil Fuel Subsidies phase out is crucial to ensure an energy transition towards sustainable future. In this side event experts from FARN, INESC and IISD will share the latest results on the anlysis of the Fossil Fuel Subsidies in Brazil, Mexico and Argentina.

Speakers: Enrique Maurtua Konstantinidis (FARN), Iara Pietricovsky de Oliveira (INESC) and Lourdes Sánchez (IISD).
Argentina's pwp presentation [774 kb]
Brazil's pwp presentation [144 kb]
Mexico's pwp presentation [1 Mb]
Tuesday,
18 Jun 2019
13:15—14:45
Berlin
Secretariat of the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC)
Mr. Bhava Dhungana
bdhungana@unfccc.int
+0 0 1656
Responding to needs to implement the enhanced transparency framework
The CGE will present its 2019 work plan and touch upon the enhanced transparency framework and how it is responding to the needs arising from it

Speakers: CGE 2 Parties
CGE side-event flyer [283 kb]
CGE presentation [1 Mb]
Presentation Bangladesh [103 kb]
Presentation Jamaica [576 kb]
Presentation South Africa [453 kb]
Tuesday,
18 Jun 2019
13:15—14:45
Bonn
Secretariat of the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC)
Mr. Nicolas Muller
nmuller@unfccc.int
+0 0 1539
Considering the adoption of carbon pricing to meet Paris Goals: Experience and way forward
From 2016 to 2018, the CI-ACA work-stream supported Parties in the consideration and adoption of carbon pricing instruments at the national and regional level. The side-event will share lessons learnt from this first implementation phase and present the follow-up phase of support

Speakers: Claude Côté, Ministry of Environment, Quebec, Representative from selected targeted countries as well as from the RCCs will present on main findings.
Agenda and Speakers [447 kb]
ASEAN presentation [744 kb]
Senegal Presentation [1 Mb]
Pakistan presentation [846 kb]
Latin America presentation [1 Mb]
Tuesday,
18 Jun 2019
15:00—16:30
Berlin
Caritas Internationalis (CI)
Ms. Adriana Opromolla
opromolla@caritas.va
+39 6 3934260142
Biovision - Foundation for Ecological Development (BV)
Mr. Martin Herren
m.herren@biovision.ch
+756 8000 4144512584
Institute for Agriculture and Trade Policy (IATP)
Ms. Shefali Sharma
ssharma@iatp.org
+49 177 1469613
Jeunes Volontaires pour l'Environnement (JVE)
Mr. Sena ALOUKA
yvetogo@gmail.com
+228 90 90216740
How can Agroecology be a solution for adaptation and healthy soils?
As the Koronivia Joint Work on Agriculture is discussing adaptation and soil health, agroecology can help face both climate change and food security. Building on scientific evidence and field practices, this side-event will show how agroecology can feed the world while staying under 1.5°C.

Speakers: Teresa Anderson, Action Aid Sena Alouka, Alliance pour la Souveraineté Alimentaire en Afrique Martin Herren, Biovision Sara Lickel, Secours catholique – Caritas France.
IATP presentation [2 Mb]
FiBL Presentation [478 kb]
Agroecology Factsheet--IATP [98 kb]
Tuesday,
18 Jun 2019
15:00—16:30
Bonn
Fundación Avina (AVINA)
Sr. Hernan Blanco
hernan.blanco@avina.net
+56 9 90892597
Chile
Mr. Julio Cordano
jcordano@minrel.gob.cl
+56 9 87571730
What does climate ambition mean in Latin America?
Ambition is a crucial concept in the current climate discussions and negotiations. New NDC submissions will have to demonstrate their ambition levels. The concept is typically related to mitigation and there is a lack of understanding, let alone agreement, on what it might mean for adaptation.

Speakers: Speakers will include negotiators from Chile and other Latin American countries, and academics with proven experience on adaptation
Conceptual note [20 kb]
Tuesday,
18 Jun 2019
15:00—16:30
Kaminzimmer
Pan African Climate Justice Alliance (PACJA)
Mr. Mithika Mwenda
info@pacja.org
+254 20 28075808
Making GCF work for the people:How the CSO and governments in the South are building ownership
The event focuses on progress in GCF Readiness Process and the role of CSOs. Panellists will share perspectives on how nations and communities can progress in developing a successful paradigm shift towards a low carbon and climate resilient development pathway through transformational projects.

Speakers: 1. Representative from NDA Kenya 2. Representative from GCF 3. Representative from Southern CSOs 4. Representative from the PACJA 5. Representative from CARE Germany
 
Tuesday,
18 Jun 2019
16:45—18:15
Berlin
ClimateNet
Mr. Michel Köhler
mk@thegreenwerk.net
+49 176 62003049
Nigeria
Ms. Saadatu Gambo Madaki
saadatgam90@yahoo.com
+234 234 8060502080
Effective approaches to achieve low carbon and sustainable electricity access for all by 2030.
This Side Event discusses pathways towards universal electrification. Expert speakers and panelists explore the role of appropriate policy frameworks, finance mobilization strategies, ambitious NDCs and international support for the successful implementation of renewable off-grid solutions.

Speakers: Local renewable off-grid implementation expert, Policy makers from developing country (Nigeria), Researcher presenting electrification scenarios and investment needs, Representative from international technical support organization, NGO Representative
 
Tuesday,
18 Jun 2019
16:45—18:15
Bonn
Friends of the Earth International (FOEI)
Mr. Sara Shaw
sara.shaw@foe.co.uk
+44 7974 8270
Asociación La Ruta del Clima
Mr. Adrian Alberto Martinez Blanco
adrian.martinezblanco@gmail.com
+49 176 79968477
LIFE e.V.
Ms. Nanna Birk
birk@life-online.de
+49 30 30879845
Civil society organisations - advocates and driving force for ambitious climate action.
Active engagement of civil society organisations leads to more transparency, higher ambition, stronger acceptance and faster implementation of climate protection measures. Civil society representatives from various countries will present good practice examples from the national to the local level.

Speakers: - Tatiana Roa Avendaño, Censat Agua Viva (Colombia) - Adrian Martinez, La Ruta de Clima (Costa Rica) - Nanna Birk, LIFE Bildung Umwelt Chancengleichheit (Germany) - Davit Sidamonidze, Greens Movement (Georgia) - Anna Ackermann, EcoAction (Ukraine) - Franziska Sperfeld, UfU (Germany)
 
Tuesday,
18 Jun 2019
16:45—18:15
Kaminzimmer
Secretariat of the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC)
Mr. Alexandre Paris Gellert
AGellertParis@unfccc.int
+0 0 1064
Making food compatible with the Paris Agreement goals
The event explores food systems transformation via approaches aligned with the Paris goals. It coincides with the UN Sustainable Gastronomy Day emphasizing the role that food plays in the SDGs and will be followed by a tasting of innovative food solutions e.g. plant-based meat, micro-algae, insects.

Speakers: Brent Loken, Eat Foundation Rebekah Moses, Impossible Foods Ingo Puhl, Whapow Sarah Nischalke, University of Bonn Yaw Sasu-Boakye, Ikea Kim Arazi, Innosensi Marc Buckley, Global Food Reformist Ovais Sarmad, Deputy Executive Secretary and Martin Frick, Senior Director, UNFCCC secretariat
 
Tuesday,
18 Jun 2019
18:30—20:00
Berlin
Secretariat of the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC)
Mr. Motsomi Maletjane
mmaletjane@unfccc.int
+0 0 1324
Work of the LEG in supporting the LDCs on adaptation
The LEG will share information on its technical guidance and support to the least developed countries (LDCs) to advance national adaptation plans, and to produce first NAPs by 2020 and their effective implementation. It will also engage LDCs to share their experiences, challenges and needs

Speakers: LEG Chair, LEG members, LDC Chair, Parties, GCF, GEF and agencies, regional centres and networks
Programme [639 kb]
LEG Presentation [1 Mb]
GCF Presentation [416 kb]
GEF Presentation [1 Mb]
NAP-GN presentation [599 kb]
Tuesday,
18 Jun 2019
18:30—20:00
Bonn
National Institute of Public Health and the Environment (RIVM)
Ms. Heleen van Soest
heleen.vansoest@pbl.nl
+31 6 15255582
Climate Strategies
Mr. Adrian Lauer
adrian.lauer@climatestrategies.org
+44 7547 790789
Institut du Développement Durable et des Relations Internationales (IDDRI)
Mr. David Levai
david.levai@iddri.org
+1 202 6213158
Long-Term Strategies: How do global goals affect countries and sectors and what opportunities exist?
We will discuss key policy decisions on long-term strategies and the socio-economic consequences of meeting the Paris goals, based on the COMMIT and COP21 RIPPLES projects. These assess pathways towards well below 2°C, enabling conditions and socio-economic consequences at sector and country levels.

Speakers: Marta Torres Gunfaus (IDDRI), Michiel Schaeffer (Climate Analytics), Heleen van Soest (PBL Netherlands Environmental Assessment Agency), Wolfgang Obergassel (Wuppertal Institute), Britta Rennkamp (Energy Research Centre, University of Cape Town)
Flyer COP21RIPPLES + COMMIT side event [700 kb]
Presentation COMMIT Heleen van Soest [3 Mb]
Presentation COP21RIPPLES Wolfgang Obergassel [1 Mb]
Presentation COP21RIPPLES Britta Rennkamp [1 Mb]
Presentation COP21RIPPLES Michiel Schaeffer [1 Mb]
Presentation COP21RIPPLES Marta Torres Gunfaus [978 kb]
Tuesday,
18 Jun 2019
18:30—20:00
Kaminzimmer
United Nations University (UNU)
Mr. Michael Zissener
zissener@ehs.unu.edu
+49 228 8150249
Munich Re Foundation (MRF)
Mr. Christian Barthelt
cbarthelt@munichre-foundation.org
+4 89 38914229
Future Trends in Urbanization and Climate Change Risk: Bridging the Science – Policy Gap
Urbanization is one the four mega trends crucial for meeting 1.5 °C climate change targets. We aim to showcase our approach to provide specific inputs for adaptation planning policy formulation based on specific scientific knowledge related to urbanization and climate change risk.

Speakers: Yunus Arikan, ICLEI Local Governments for Sustainability; Matthias Garschagen, Ludwig Maximilian University of Munich (LMU); Koko Warner, UN Climate Change (UNFCCC); Simone Sandholz, UN University Institute for Environment and Human Security (UNU-EHS); Moderation: Himanshu Shekhar, UNU-EHS
 
Wednesday,
19 Jun 2019
11:30—13:00
Bonn
Coordinating Body of Indigenous Organizations of the Amazon Basin (COICA)
Mr. Gregorio Mirabal
coica@coica.org.ec
+593 9 81510953
Amazon Environmental Research Institute (IPAM)
Ms. GABRIELA SAVIAN
gabriela.savian@ipam.org.br
+55 61 21094150
Indigenous Peoples` Contribution to Climate Action: Proposals from the Amazon.
The Coordinator of the Indigenous Organizations of the Amazon Basin will present current activities and proposals from the Amazon on climat change mitigation and adaptation.

Speakers: Indigenous Leaders from the Amazon Partner organizations
 
Wednesday,
19 Jun 2019
13:15—14:45
Bonn
Secretariat of the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC)
Ms. Veronica Colerio
vcolerio@unfccc.int
+0 0 1675
Special event on the transparency framework and relevant MRV experiences
From MRV today to enhanced transparency framework tomorrow. During this event the secretariat will inform the participants on the ongoing MRV processes and highlight opportunities and challenges in relation to the future enhanced transparency framework.

Speakers: SBSTA Chair and UNFCCC Secretariat
MRV-ETF-SideEvent-Brochure [799 kb]
Opening remarks [1 Mb]
GHG inventories: Common Reporting Tables of GHG Inventories (SBSTA Agenda 10 (a)) [425 kb]
Progress in implementation: Common Tabular Formats to Track Progress (SBSTA Agenda 10 (b)) [507 kb]
Support: Common Tabular Formats of FTC support provided and mobilized (SBSTA Agenda 10 (c)) [350 kb]
Outlines for reporting: Biennial Transparency Report and National Inventory Document (SBSTA Agenda 10(d)) [324 kb]
Outline for review: Technical Expert Review Report (SBSTA Agenda 10(d)) [252 kb]
Wednesday,
19 Jun 2019
15:00—16:30
Berlin
Office of the United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights (OHCHR)
Mr. Benjamin Schachter
bschachter@ohchr.org
+41 78 7445488
Integrating human rights in Article 6 mechanisms
Key elements of a rights-based approach to mechanisms established under Article 6 of the Paris Agreement (i.e. human rights safeguards, grievance redress mechanisms, and stakeholder consultation) and lessons learned from existing mechanisms for international cooperation to address climate change.

Speakers: Potential Speakers include: Representatives of OHCHR, the Geneva Pledge for Human Rights in Climate Action, the Center for International Environmental Law, the International Indigenous Peoples Forum on Climate Change, UN Women, ILO, Women and Gender Constituency, Heinrich Boell Foundation, etc.
 
Wednesday,
19 Jun 2019
15:00—16:30
Bonn
Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD)
Ms. Shellie PHILLIPS
shellie.phillips@oecd.org
+33 1 185554410
Article 6 negotiations: technical analysis of key issues for markets
The OECD/IEA Climate Change Expert Group will present recent analysis on key issues in markets negotiations. The panel discussions will provide further insights and focus on Article 6.2 accounting and the potential transition of activities and units from the CDM to the Article 6.4 mechanism.

Speakers: OECD and IEA; negotiators from developed and developing country Parties; technical experts (TBC) _______________________
OECD-IEA-Climate-Change-Expert-Group-side-event-Article-6-negotiations-Bonn-19-June-2019 [68 kb]
Wednesday,
19 Jun 2019
16:45—18:15
Berlin
Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO)
Ms. Julia Wolf
Julia.Wolf@fao.org
+39 65 7052096
Agriculture for Climate Action: a vision for future
The objective of the event is to define the long term vision for addressing climate change through agriculture. This event will showcase country experiences of integrating agriculture in their national climate policies and defining incentives for an enabling environment to implement these policies.

Speakers: Brazil, New Zealand, Kenya, World Warmers Organization, as well as interventions from Civil Society and other members of Koronivia Community.
Flyer [279 kb]
Wednesday,
19 Jun 2019
16:45—18:15
Bonn
WMO/UNEP Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC)
Mr. Abdalah Mokssit
ipcc-sec@wmo.int
+41 22 7308254
Update on activities/products of IPCC Task Force on National Greenhouse Gas Inventories (TFI)
IPCC TFI will provide up-to-date information, highlighting decisions by IPCC in May 2019, about the “2019 Refinement to the 2006 IPCC Guidelines for National Greenhouse Gas Inventories”, the methodological work on short-lived climate forcers, the Inventory Software and the Emission Factor Database.

Speakers: IPCC representative, Representative of UNFCCC Secretariat, TFB and TFI TSU members
Programme [310 kb]
Overview and introduction by Andrej Kranjc (Head, TFI Technical Support Unit) [737 kb]
2019 Refinement to the 2006 IPCC Guidelines for National GHG Inventories by Baasansuren Jamsranjav (TFI Technical Support Unit) [1 Mb]
Methodological work on Short-lived Climate Forcers by Yurii Pyrozhenko (TFI Technical Support Unit) [465 kb]
IPCC Inventory Software by Sekai Ngarize (TFI Technical Support Unit) [1 Mb]
IPCC Emission Factor Database by Pavel Shermanau (TFI Technical Support Unit) [1 Mb]
The IPCC Guidance and Paris Agreement by Katia Simeonova (UNFCCC Secretariat) [287 kb]
Wednesday,
19 Jun 2019
16:45—18:15
Kaminzimmer
University of Zurich (UZH)
Ms. Hanna Jenne
jenne@perspectives.cc
+49 761 59033823
Sweden
Mr. Christer Gustafson
christer.gustafsson@energimyndigheten.se
+46 70 909654
Opportunities to mobilize private finance through Article 6
This event will present the outcomes of a study on opportunities and challenges of mobilizing private climate finance through Art. 6. Key recommendations on generating demand and mobilizing supply, while respecting environmental integrity, will be presented along with relevant piloting activities.

Speakers: Axel Michaelowa (UZH), Sara Sundberg (SEA), Ulf Moslener (Frankfurt School), Lieke ‘t Gilde (Climate Focus), further government and private sector representatives (tbc).
Presentation_Sundberg [627 kb]
Presentation_Michaelowa [1 Mb]
Presentation_Moslener [888 kb]
Presentation_'tGilde [1013 kb]
Wednesday,
19 Jun 2019
18:30—20:00
Berlin
International Fund for Agricultural Development (IFAD)
Ms. Ilaria Firmian
i.firmian@ifad.org
+39 36 65787014
Agriculture for Climate Action: a vision for future
The objective of the event is to define the long term vision for addressing climate change through agriculture. This event will present the growing commitments from national to international financial mechanisms to meet the need for climate finance in the agricultural sectors.

Speakers: Green Climate Fund, Global Environment Facility, World Bank, European Union, Word Farmers Organization and International Fund for Agricultural Development.
Agriculture For Climate Action Event Flyer [281 kb]
Wednesday,
19 Jun 2019
18:30—20:00
Bonn
Nordic Council of Ministers (NCM)
Mr. Bo Storrank
bo.storrank@ym.fi
+358 50 5142283
Nordic Environment Finance Corporation (NEFCO)
Ms. Tina Nyberg
tina.nyberg@nefco.fi
+358 41 5304950
Facilitating partnerships for ambitious climate action and sustainable development through Article 6
Nordic countries have an extensive track record in supporting sustainable development, ambitious climate action and carbon pricing. The event discusses how to bring this experience into the Paris Agreement cooperation via piloting and international partnerships under NICA collaboration.

Speakers: Kari Hämekoski, NEFCO/Nordic Initiative for Cooperative Approaches (NICA) - Thiago Chagas, Climate Focus - Hanna-Mari Ahonen, Ministry for Foreign Affairs, Finland - Karin Olsen, UNEP DTU - Host country representative; Mbaye Diagne, Senegal.
Programme_19 June [3 Mb]
NICA article 6 mapping study [2 Mb]
NICA crediting mechanisms [1 Mb]
Wednesday,
19 Jun 2019
18:30—20:00
Kaminzimmer
Secretariat of the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC)
Mr. Alejandro Kilpatrick
AKilpatrick@unfccc.int
+0 0 1764
Presentation of the bulletin for providers of readiness support for adaptation
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Speakers: AFB, CTCN and PCCB
 
Thursday,
20 Jun 2019
13:15—14:45
Berlin
Secretariat of the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC)
Ms. Lornaliza Kogler
lkogler@unfccc.int
+49 228 8151410
Upgrade of the GHG data interface
The UNFCCC secretariat will present the upgraded GHG data interface, which is the online database maintained by the secretariat containing GHG data from both Annex I and non-Annex I Parties. The use of the different modules in searching and retrieving GHG data will be demonstrated.
Data interface flyer [256 kb]
Side event presentation [474 kb]
Thursday,
20 Jun 2019
13:15—14:45
Bonn
Secretariat of the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC)
Mr. Bernd Hackmann
BHackmann@unfccc.int
+0 0 1309
Long-term low emissions development strategies
With LT-LEDS featuring in key political moments in 2019, we have the opportunity to present LTS in the international political context as a lever for ambition. We will bring together representatives to convene a discussion in a political context through the lens of key 2019 political moments.

Speakers: Martin Frick, UNFCCC Riachrd Baron, 2050 Pathways Platform Country representatives
Agenda [374 kb]
Thursday,
20 Jun 2019
15:00—16:30
Berlin
Tebtebba Foundation
Mr. Raymond de Chavez
raymond@tebtebba.org
+63 64 4447703
CHIRAPAQ - Centro de Culturas Indígenas del Perú (CHIRAPAQ)
Ms. Sonia Chia
warmi@chirapaq.org.pe
+51 1 4232757
International Work Group for Indigenous Affairs (IWGIA)
Ms. Kathrin Wessendorf
kw@iwgia.org
+45 53 732835
Implementing the GCF IP Policy
Panel discussion on how the GCF Indigenous Peoples Policy can effectively be implemented, including setting-up of the IP Advisory Group and monitoring mechanisms.

Speakers: Kimaren Ole Riamit, ILEPA; Grace Balawag, Tebtebba; Tunga Bhadra Rai, NEFIN; GCF representative; Kathrin Wessendorf, IWGIA
Side Event Flyer [1 Mb]
Thursday,
20 Jun 2019
15:00—16:30
Bonn
International Institute for Sustainable Development (IISD)
Mr. Cameron Hunter
chunter@iisd.ca
+1 204 9587700
New Zealand
Ms. Stephanie Lee
stephanie.lee@mfat.govt.nz
+64 21 847081
Switzerland
Mr. Stefan Ruchti
stefan.ruchti@eda.admin.ch
+41 58 4625944
Raising Ambition in NDCs via Fossil Fuel Subsidy Reform, Taxation and Swaps: Country Results
Sharing GHG emission reduction results from energy modelling over 20 countries. Fiscal scenarios include phase out fossil fuel subsidies (FFS), modest taxation of fossil fuels, and savings from FFS reforms re-invested into renewables and energy efficiency for a low-carbon energy swap

Speakers: Modelling and case studies shared by Friends of Fossil Fuel Subsidy Reform, BMU, Global Subsidies Initiative, key country partners. Kai Schlegelmilch (BMU), Kay Harrison (NZ), Andrea Bassi and Laura Merrill (GSI-IISD), Jacques Ducrest (Switzerland), Outi Honkatukia (Finland).
 
Thursday,
20 Jun 2019
16:45—18:15
Berlin
Costa Rica
Sra. Andrea Meza
cambioclimatico@minae.go.cr
+506 0 88730048
Center for International Environmental Law (CIEL)
Mr. Sébastien Duyck
sduyck@ciel.org
+41 78 6966362
Human rights in the implementing of the Convention & the Paris Agreement – Progress and Path Forward
Human rights-based climate responses contribute to more effective climate action and ensure synergies with social policies. We take stock of progress achieved under the UNFCCC/Paris Agreement & consider opportunities to strengthen this work, incl. through a Secretariat focal point for human rights.

Speakers: Costa Rica, Luxembourg, Office of the High Commissioner for Human Rights, CIEL
 
Thursday,
20 Jun 2019
16:45—18:15
Bonn
European Space Agency (ESA)
Mr. Frank Martin Seifert
frank.martin.seifert@esa.int
+390 694 180560
Friedrich Schiller University Jena (FSU Jena)
Mr. Martin Herold
martin.herold@wur.nl
+31 317 481276
Biomass estimation from satellites in support of national Green House Gas reporting
The GFOI supports countries in using Earth observation and global datasets for national GHG reporting. We present recent advances from IPCC 2019 GPG refinement and new estimates and prospects for large area forest biomass estimation using space-based and ground data sources.

Speakers: FM Seifert (ESA), M Herold (GOFC GOLD), María José Sanz (BC3), S. Carter (Wageningen University), R Lucas (Aberythwyth University)
Agenda [174 kb]
1_Carter_Introduction_GFOI [851 kb]
2_Bernoux_NFM_FAO [1 Mb]
3_Seifert-Biomass-from-Space [1 Mb]
4_Herold_Refined_IPCC_GPG [1 Mb]
Thursday,
20 Jun 2019
16:45—18:15
Kaminzimmer
Institute for Global Environmental Strategies (IGES)
Ms. Chisa Umemiya
umemiya@iges.or.jp
+81 46 8553809
Caribbean Community Climate Change Centre (CCCCC)
Ms. Ethlyn Valladares
evalladares@caribbeanclimate.bz
+501 822 1104
Capacity building support for enhanced transparency under the Paris Agreement
Capacity building is essential to drive climate transparency. The event will discuss lessons learned from countries’ practices under existing transparency arrangements and explore possible strategies for enhanced transparency.

Speakers: Kazumasa Nagamori (MOEJ), Yamide Dangnet (WRI), Chisa Umemiya (IGES), Yuji Mizuno (IGES), Carlos Fuller (CCCCC), and other country experts from Asia and Africa.
Agenda [217 kb]
Thursday,
20 Jun 2019
18:30—20:00
Berlin
Secretariat of the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC)
Mr. Alejandro Kilpatrick
AKilpatrick@unfccc.int
+0 0 1764
NDC Partnership Knowledge Portal as capacity building tool for climate action
The NDC Partnership’s Knowledge Portal provides free online access to data, tools, guidance, case studies, and funding opportunities for climate action. This interactive tutorial will teach participants what they can find on the portal, how to navigate, and why it will support their NDC implementation. Users experience will be shared.

Speakers: -
 
Thursday,
20 Jun 2019
18:30—20:00
Bonn
Thailand
Ms. Rungthiwa Tatichara
unfccc.thailand.focalpoint@gmail.com
+66 662 6622656690
Overseas Environmental Cooperation Center, Japan (OECC)
Mr. Jun WATANABE
watanabe@oecc.or.jp
+81 3 54720144
NDC Implementation – Capacity Building Needs, Regional Cooperation, Tangible Actions in ASEAN
Climate change capacity building needs assessment, exchange views and opinions on limitations, gaps and needs especially in order to streamline practical capacity building activities for real climate actions

Speakers: Representatives from UNFCCC, UNOSSC, Climate Change International Technical and Training Center, ASEAN Secretariat, JICA,OECC and focal points from Thailand, Lao PDR, Viet Nam
Event flyer [732 kb]
Agenda [651 kb]
Thursday,
20 Jun 2019
18:30—20:00
Kaminzimmer
Association Actions Vitales Pour Le Développement Durable (AVD)
Mr. Jean Paul Brice Affana Affana
jeanpaulaffana@yahoo.fr
+49 49 1745741098
#YouthRising: the power of social media and mass mobilisation for climate action
The event is about the growing power of social media and mass mobilisation to help solving the climate crisis when young people and climate activists worldwide stand, connect and speak out for climate action. #FridaysForFuture and other strong voices demanding a save future for all will be showcased.

Speakers: Luisa Neubauer & Jakob Blasel (#FridaysForFuture), Jeppe Bijker (Sail to the COP) Makeda & Emilia Zeppelin (singers from Bonn) and other representatives from #BonnFiji, Millennials Energy, AVD and other youth power networks!
 
Friday,
21 Jun 2019
11:30—13:00
Bonn
Stichting Climate Action Network South Asia (CANSA)
Ms. Rushati Das
rushati@cansouthasia.net
+9 19 874458868
ActionAid International
Mr. Harjeet Singh
harjeet.singh@actionaid.org
+91 98100 36864
Vasudha Foundation
Mr. Sanjay Vashist
sanjay@cansouthasia.net
+91 99 10096125
Mitigating Climate Induced Migration in South Asia
Inadequate Mitigation of GHGs and adaptation has led to loss and damages of lives and livelihoods in South Asian Countries. Migration is increasing and need to be addressed as source as well as create sufficient security mechanisms. The event will review policy response to protect Climate Migrants.

Speakers: - Mr. Md. Shamsuddoha, CPRD - Ms. Maryam Shabeer, SDPI - Mr. Sanjay Vashist, CANSA - Ms. Rushati Das, CANSA
 
Friday,
21 Jun 2019
13:15—14:45
Berlin
Secretariat of the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC)
Mr. Vladimir Hecl
vhecl@unfccc.int
+1 515 5964919
Linkages between Technology Needs Assessments and Nationally Determined Contributions
Implementation of the results of the Technology Needs Assessments to support the implementation of the NDCs, best practices, success stories.

Speakers: NDC Partnership, TEC, NDC Dialogue representatives, UNEP, UDP, OE of the FM, Private sector, TNA project developers, Parties, other stakeholders
 
Friday,
21 Jun 2019
13:15—14:45
Bonn
Secretariat of the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC)
Mr. Dominique Revet
DRevet@unfccc.int
+0 0 1334
Quality Assurance of the National Greenhouse Gas Inventory Management Systems and National Greenhouse Gas Inventories of Developing Countries
The UNFCCC secretariat will present its work, implemented mostly in collaboration with the FAO, on its response to requests for technical assistance received from Developing Countries about quality assurance of their national GHG inventory management system and latest GHG inventory estimates.

Speakers: - Mr. Martin Frick - Senior Director, UNFCCC - Mr. William Agyemang-Bonsu, Manager, UNFCCC - Mr. Martial Bernoux, Natural Resources Officer, FAO - Mr. Daniel Tutu Benefoh, Ghana - Ms Brittany Meighan, Belize - Mr. Kishan Kumarsingh, Trinidad and Tobago
Agenda [351 kb]
Presentation 1 [159 kb]
Presentation 2 [973 kb]
Presentation 3 [1 Mb]
Presentation 4 [2 Mb]
Presentation 5 [110 kb]
Friday,
21 Jun 2019
15:00—16:30
Berlin
Transparency International (TI)
Mr. Brice Böhmer
bboehmer@transparency.org
+49 1573 9610406
A human rights-based approach to climate risk insurance – How to make it work?
Climate change is interfering with the enjoyment of fundamental rights and freedoms for the poor and vulnerable. If implemented carefully and managed through a comprehensive risk reduction and risk management strategy, climate risk insurance can support the protection and promotion of human rights.

Speakers: Psamson Nzioki, Transparency International Kenya Sönke Kreft, Munich climate risk Insurance (requested) N.N., Start Network (requested) Nelson Mutanda, National Drought Management Authority, Kenya (requested) Amadou Diallo – Start Network – TBC
Event Poster [960 kb]
Friday,
21 Jun 2019
15:00—16:30
Bonn
Climate Action Network International (CAN International)
Ms. Marianne Toftgaard
mtoftgaard@climatenetwork.org
+45 61 141742
Climatepolicy.net e.V.
Mr. Niklas Höhne
n.hoehne@newclimate.org
+49 173 7152279
Nationally driven ambition perspectives
This side event will examine the definitions and applications for NDC enhancement at country level. What does ambition mean to different stakeholders and in various countries? National case studies from progressive countries on mitigation, adaptation and support; 2019 expectations and CSO engagement

Speakers: Civil society (CAN and others), researchers (NewClimate Institute and others) and national governments to discuss the different applications of ambition using national case studies.
Flyer event [2 Mb]
10 point agenda for mitigation ambition [1 Mb]
Presentation Hoehne [2 Mb]
Friday,
21 Jun 2019
16:45—18:15
Berlin
African Development Bank Group (AfDB)
Ms. Louise Brown
l.brown@afdb.org
+22 5 20264258
Engaging the private sector to finance adaptation: Pilot Phase of the Adaptation Benefit Mechanism
To present and seek feedback on the pilot phase of the Adaptation Benefits Mechanism (ABM) – an innovative mechanism for the mobilization of public and private sector finance for enhanced adaptation action. The ABM is an example of a non-market-based approach under Article 6 of the Paris Agreement.

Speakers: Gareth PHILLIPS, Lucy NAYDENOVA, AfDB Rachel BOTY-DOUAYOUA Ministry of Environment and Sustainable Development, Cote d’Ivoire Fatima-Zahra TAIBI, UNEP-DTU Luc GNACADJA, President GPS-Dev, Benin Adam HARVEY, Whave, Uganda Samba FALL, West African Alliance on Carbon Markets and Climate Finance
 
Friday,
21 Jun 2019
16:45—18:15
Bonn
Green Climate Fund (GCF)
Mr. Darren Karjama
dkarjama@gcfund.org
How an ambitious Replenishment of the GCF will support increased commitments in the next round of NDCs
As parties prepare to increase their ambitions and commitments to their NDCs in 2020, access to finance will be more critical than ever. GCF’s role in financing projects and programs that support the application of cutting-edge climate technologies that can be scaled-up and lead to fundamental chang

Speakers: Yannick Glemarec, Executive Director of the Green Climate Fund 1 representative of a GCF Accredited Entity (tbd), 1 representative of a developing country (tbd), 1 representative of a developed country (tbd)
 
Friday,
21 Jun 2019
16:45—18:15
Kaminzimmer
Asia Indigenous Peoples Pact Foundation (AIPP)
Mr. Lakpa Nuri Sherpa
nuri@aippnet.org
+66 53 343539
Nepal Federation of Indigenous Nationalities (NEFIN)
Mr. Tunga Bhadra Rai
tungarai@hotmail.com
+977 1 4415376
Servicios en Comunicación Intercultural (SERVINDI)
Mr. Jorge Agurto
bosquesyclimas@gmail.com
+51 1 991899962
Knowledge and Culture of Indigenous Peoples: Roles in the Global Fight against Climate Change
This side event will invite knowledge holders, practitioners and advocates from different regions of the world and facilitate sharing of their ground experiences highlighting the importance of knowledge and cultural revitalisation, protection and strengthening to combat climate change.

Speakers: Gender balanced speakers from different regions of the world
 
Friday,
21 Jun 2019
18:30—20:00
Berlin
Secretariat of the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC)
Mr. Kunal Sharma
ksharma@unfccc.int
East African alliance on carbon market and climate finance
East African countries (Burundi, Ethiopia, Kenya, Rwanda, Tanzania and Uganda) have established the East African Alliance on carbon markets and climate finance to leverage each other’s strengths to foster the use of carbon market approaches and increase the flow of climate finance for NDC implementation in the region

Speakers: AGN lead negotiator on Carbon Markets, AGN lead negotiator on climate finance, National Alliance Focal Points from Uganda and Kenya
 
Friday,
21 Jun 2019
18:30—20:00
Bonn
Germany
Mr. Oscar Zarzo
oscar.zarzo@giz.de
+49 10117 3402103272
Georgia
Mr. Kakhaberi Mdivani
anne.weltin@giz.de
+49 30 338424544
United Nations Office for Project Services (UNOPS)
Mr. Henning Wuester
henningW@unops.org
+49 228 8151008
Enhancing transparency around NDCs for benefits beyond reporting
Building effective national transparency arrangements is fundamental to support NDC implementation and enhance ambition. Representatives of support initiatives and selected countries will share experiences, highlighting national benefits of reporting, and discuss future capacity building needs

Speakers: TBC: BMU (tbc); ICAT (Henning Wuester), GIZ (Klaus Wenzel), Chile (Jenny Mager Santos), Georgia (Kakhaberi Mdivani), Ghana (Daniel Tutu Benefoh) Sri Lanka (D. S. Jayathunga)
Agenda Side Event_benefits of transparency [614 kb]
Friday,
21 Jun 2019
18:30—20:00
Kaminzimmer
Secretariat of the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC)
Mr. Andrea Camponogara
ACamponogara@unfccc.int
+0 0 1095
UNFCCC Technology Mechanism: Implementing the Technology Framework to support the Paris Agreement
TEC and CTCN will discuss plans in response to the Technology Framework guidance in support of the Paris Agreement implementation. Key constituency representatives will reflect on TEC and CTCN experiences and their efforts to accelerate technology development and transfer in developing countries.

Speakers: Carlos Fuller, SIDS; Dinara Gershinkova, TEC Chair; Orly Jacob, CTCN AB Chair; Gonzalo Muñoz, Chile’s Climate Champion; Sara Nyberg, YOUNGO
TM side event flyer [532 kb]
Saturday,
22 Jun 2019
11:30—13:00
Berlin
International Institute for Environment and Development (IIED)
Ms. Xiaoting Hou Jones
xiaoting.hou.jones@iied.org
+44 77 29222749
International Union for Conservation of Nature (IUCN)
Mr. Sandeep Sengupta
sandeep.sengupta@iucn.org
+41 22 9990000
Linking science,practice and policy: the role of nature based solution for climate change adaptation
Globally there is increasing evidence that Nature-based Solutions(NbS)is fundamental in enhancing our adaptive capacity.As the evidence strengthens,NbS is increasingly prominent in climate change policies.The session will share evidence from the field and discuss financial and policy instruments.

Speakers: Dr Maheshwor Dhakal - Ministry of Forests and Environment, Nepal; • Karen Podvin – IUCN ; • Halcyone Muller - Conservation South Africa • Yiching Song - China’s Academy of Agriculture Science • Charlotte Hicks- UNEP-WCMC
 
Saturday,
22 Jun 2019
11:30—13:00
Bonn
Friedrich-Ebert-Stiftung e.V. (FES)
Ms. Manuela Mattheß
manuela.matthess@fes.de
+49 30 269357408
Earthjustice
Mr. Yves Lador
y.lador@bluewin.ch
+41 79 7050617
Incorporating human rights in NDCs: Opportunities, good practices, and lessons learned
The new round of NDC submissions by 2020 offers governments a real opportunity to elaborate them on the basis of human rights, giving concrete expression to the Paris Agreement's preamble. This event reviews experiences related to participation, just transition, gender equality and land tenure.

Speakers: Facilitation: Manuela Matthess, FES Speakers: Manuel Saldias, Chile; Angelina Mensah, Ghana; Carmen Arias, Peru; Isaiah Toroitich, ACT Alliance; Nina Eschke, German Institute for Human Rights, Jolein Holtz, CIEL
Flyer Event [917 kb]
Saturday,
22 Jun 2019
11:30—13:00
Kaminzimmer
Heinrich Böll Foundation (HBF)
Mr. Liane Schalatek
Liane.Schalatek@us.boell.org

Stockholm Environment Institute (SEI)
Mr. Kevin Adams
Kevin.Adams@sei.org
+46 70 3018292
Replenishing the GCF as a Force for Transformation
As the GCF seeks its First Replenishment, what lessons learnt, needed course corrections, strategic programming decisions and broader coherence efforts must the GCF apply to drive implementation of the Paris Agreement and bring scaled-up finance and transformational change to developing countries?

Speakers: Yannick Glemarec, GCF Executive Director; Frank Fass-Metz, BMZ, GCF Board Member, Germany; GCF Developing Country Board member (TBC); Liane Schalatek, HBF; Kevin Adams, SEI; IP & CSO representatives (TBC); other speakers TBC.
 
Saturday,
22 Jun 2019
13:15—14:45
Berlin
Secretariat of the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC)
Ms. Tracey Lue
TLue@unfccc.int
+49 228 8151637
SCF side event
The SCF will present an update on the implementation of its 2019 workplan, including activities such as the preparatory work on the determination of the needs of developing countries, the 2019 Forum, the 2020 biennial assessment, draft guidance to the operating entities, as well as engage with participants on other SCF related issues.

Speakers: -
 
Saturday,
22 Jun 2019
13:15—14:45
Bonn
Oeko-Institut (Institute for Applied Ecology e.V.), Berlin
Mr. Martin Cames
m.cames@oeko.de
+49 170 7350870
European Federation for Transport and Environment (T&E)
Mr. Andrew Murphy
andrew.murphy@transportenvironment.org
+32 485 1214
GHG mitigation strategies in international aviation and maritime transport
GHG mitigation strategies in international aviation and maritime transport Speakers will present important elements of pathways to decarbonise both sectors: a) Guidelines for avoiding double counting for CORSIA, b) Assessments of vintage restrictions for offset units, c) slow steaming.

Speakers: Speakers from governments, industry, NGO & research
Agenda [62 kb]
1 Avoiding double Counting [684 kb]
2 Vintage restrictions [463 kb]
3 Slow steaming [490 kb]
Monday,
24 Jun 2019
13:15—14:45
Berlin
Secretariat of the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC)
Mr. Marlan Pillay
mpillay@unfccc.int
+49 228 8151265
Building on the existing MRV arrangements under the Convention to support the implementation of the Enhanced Transparency Framework
This side event is on financial, technical, and capacity-building support provided to developing countries for participation in the existing MRV arrangements under the Convention and the enhanced transparency framework under the Paris Agreement.

Speakers: UNEP-DTU (M.L. Hinostroza), ICAT (H. Wuester), UNEP/UNDP GSP (S. Mwakasonda), GEF (M. Gonzalez Vasquez), UNFCCC-GIR CASTT (Minyoung Kim) Moderator: Mr William Agyemang-Bonsu (UNFCCC secretariat)
MRV side event [1 Mb]
ICAT Presentation [1 Mb]
GEF Presentation [890 kb]
UNFCCC_GIR_CASTT Presentation [1 Mb]
UNDP GSP Partnership Presentation [1 Mb]
GSP Presentation [724 kb]
Agenda [149 kb]
Monday,
24 Jun 2019
13:15—14:45
Bonn
Secretariat of the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC)
Mr. Yolando Velasco
YVelasco@unfccc.int
+49 228 8151427
Needs-based Climate Finance Strategy in Melanesia
to present the outcomes of NBF-MSG and the Leaders Summit)
MSG Side Event Programme [111 kb]
Monday,
24 Jun 2019
15:00—16:30
Berlin
International Cryosphere Climate Initiative (ICCI)
Ms. Pam Pearson
pam@iccinet.org
+46 70 5752257
Climate Policy Center (CPC)
Ms. Pamela Pearson
pampearson44@yahoo.com
+1 802 4880991
Cryosphere: Chile COP-25 Plans, Looking towards SROCC and Implications for Intergenerational Justice
Preview by the Chilean COP Presidency on plans to highlight the IPCC SROCC and SR1.5 results in connection to polar oceans and cryosphere, especially implications for long-term impacts beyond 2100 and inter-generational justice; all of which motivate towards 1.5 degree 2020 NDC pathways.

Speakers: Dr. Julie Brigham-Grette, UMass-Amherst and Chair, U.S. Polar Research Board; Dr. Gustaf Hugelius, Bolin Centre, University of Stockholm and Chair, Permafrost and Carbon Budgets, International Permafrost Association; representatives of Chile and others
Media Advisory [56 kb]
Programme [85 kb]
Presentation Links [53 kb]
Monday,
24 Jun 2019
15:00—16:30
Bonn
Munich Climate Insurance Initiative (MCII)
Mr. Michael Zissener
zissener@ehs.unu.edu
+49 228 8150249
Institute for Climate and Sustainable Cities (iCSC). (ICSC)
Mr. Angelo Kairos Dela Cruz
akdelacruz@icsc.ngo
+63 2 7551043
Enhancing the impact of climate risk finance in support of the V20 Declaration on Resilience
This session will discuss how climate risk finance, including insurance, can not only protect against immediate disaster impacts, but also catalyze risk reduction and adaptation, and explore their effectiveness for resilient debt management and alleviating risks for fiscal and financial stability.

Speakers: 1. Climate Change Commission, Philippines, tbd 2. Asian Development Bank or African Development Bank, tbd 3. Republic of the Marshall Islands, tbd 4. ICSC, tbd 5. MCII, tbd
 
Monday,
24 Jun 2019
16:45—18:15
Berlin
Deutsche Gesellschaft für Internationale Zusammenarbeit (GIZ)
Ms. Lea Dünow
lea.duenow@giz.de
+49 171 7610739
World Federation of Engineering Organizations (WFEO)
Mr. Darrel Danyluk
mrdjd48@gmail.com
+1 403 6890379
Policy to Action: Use of Climate Services & Risk Insurance towards Climate-Resilient Infrastructure
Case study examples from Africa, Asia, South and Central America demonstrate the complexities and pathways in addressing impacts of the changing climate in the planning, engineering, financing and insurance of critical infrastructures

Speakers: tbc
 
Monday,
24 Jun 2019
16:45—18:15
Bonn
Ecologic Institute
Mr. Matthias Duwe
matthias.duwe@ecologic.eu
+49 30 86880185
Fraunhofer Institute for Systems and Innovation Research (FhG ISI)
Mr. Jakob Wachsmuth
jakob.wachsmuth@isi.fraunhofer.de
+49 721 6809632
Increasing NDCs in 2020 - analytical inputs
This side event will present new analysis on both effort-sharing under the Paris Agreement as well as updating NDCs based on lower renewable cost projections – and discuss them with practitioners involved in supporting relevant developments.

Speakers: * Jakob Wachsmuth (Fraunhofer ISI) * Leonardo Nascimento (Climate Analytics) * Representatives from national delegations and NDC partnership (tbc)
 
Monday,
24 Jun 2019
16:45—18:15
Kaminzimmer
University of Helsinki (UH)
Ms. Maria Brockhaus
maria.brockhaus@helsinki.fi
+358 2941 57979
National Wildlife Federation (NWF)
Mr. David Burns
burnsd@nwf.org
+1 202 7976612
Taking stock of governance outcomes and policy learning in transnational and jurisdictional REDD+
This panel investigates opportunities and barriers to realizing –and financing– effective and equitable jurisdictional and transnational REDD+ initiatives. Which conditions and actors, public and private, enable the transformational change required to reduce deforestation and forest degradation?

Speakers: Discussants and speakers - Kiryssa Kasprzyk (NWF), Heike Schroeder (UEA), Monica Di Gregorio (ULeeds), Bob Natifu (MWE Uganda), (tbc), representative civil society (Indonesia, tbc); Moderator - Maria Brockhaus (UHelsinki).
 
Monday,
24 Jun 2019
18:30—20:00
Berlin
Adaptation Fund Board (AFB)
Ms. Cristina Dengel
cdengel@adaptation-fund.org
+1 202 6443848
Adaptation Fund: NIEs discuss project findings that benefit and empower the most vulnerable
National Implementing Entities of the Adaptation Fund discuss project findings that benefit and empower the most vulnerable communities such as women, youth, the elderly, indigenous populations and incorporate local and traditional knowledge

Speakers: The panel will include representatives from selected National Implementing Entities of the Adaptation Fund and staff from the AF Secretariat
Adaptation Fund side event agenda [285 kb]
Monday,
24 Jun 2019
18:30—20:00
Bonn
International Association of Public Transport (UITP)
Mr. Philip Turner
philip.turner@uitp.org
+32 477 580655
International Union of Railways (UIC)
Mme Carole ESCOLAN
escolan-zeno@uic.org
+33 1 44492085
Mobilizing sustainable transport for global climate action
Sustainable transport organisations are delivering and developing strategies to scale up ambition to help trigger widespread action to decarbonize land transport. Transport stakeholders will discuss success factors and steps needed to move from concept to implementation on low carbon transport

Speakers: Speakers include representatives from national and municipal transport authorities responsible for implementing policies and mitigation activities in the urban transport sector, international finance organisation and the private sector engaged on low carbon transport.
Draft Agenda [412 kb]
Monday,
24 Jun 2019
18:30—20:00
Kaminzimmer
Secretariat of the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC)
Mr. Daniel Klein
DKlein@unfccc.int
+49 228 8151113
Assisting Parties in NDC Implementation: New Developments on the ‘Law and Climate Change Toolkit
Present the latest developments on the ‘Law and Climate Change Toolkit'

Speakers: Secretariat, speaker FAO, speaker UN Habitat, speaker UN Environment, pilot country representatives (tbc), and CWS (Commonwealth Secretariat)
Programme - Background-Objective-Agenda [766 kb]
Tuesday,
25 Jun 2019
13:15—14:45
Berlin
Secretariat of the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC)
Ms. Barbara Muik
bmuik@unfccc.int
+49 228 8151651
Better energy data for climate policy: UNFCCC, IEA and Parties perspectives
High quality energy data are key to effective climate policies. What data and indicators are needed to track progress? UNFCCC, IEA and Parties will discuss how to enhance national and international energy data as a basis for ambitious NDCs based on robust GHG inventories, and track overall progress.

Speakers: Secretariat, IEA, Parties (TBC)
Draft agenda [92 kb]
Tuesday,
25 Jun 2019
15:00—16:30
Berlin
Perspectives Climate Research gGmbH (PCR)
Ms. Hanna Jenne
jenne@perspectives.cc
+49 761 59033823
International Climate Dialogue e.V. (ICD)
Ms. Aglaja Espelage
espelage@perspectives.cc
+49 761 76695560
Wuppertal Institute for Climate, Environment and Energy
Mr. Wolfgang Obergassel
wolfgang.obergassel@wupperinst.org
+49 202 2492149
Key recommendations for operationalizing an ambitious and effective Article 6.4 mechanism
This event discusses issues at stake in the operationalization of Art. 6.4, related to the transition of the CDM and private sector involvement. The event will explore how market mechanisms can enhance ambition and make a contribution towards reaching net-zero emission pathways.

Speakers: Axel Michaelowa (Perspectives Climate Research), Nicolas Kreibich (Wuppertal Institute), Jürg Füssler (INFRAS), Alexandra Denishchenkova (Fraunhofer ISI), Sangsun Ha (Ecoeye Co. Ltd.).
 
Tuesday,
25 Jun 2019
15:00—16:30
Bonn
Center for International Forestry Research (CIFOR)
Ms. Levania Santoso
l.santoso@cgiar.org
+62 251 8622622
International Centre for Research in Agroforestry (ICRAF)
Mr. Peter Minang
a.minang@cgiar.org
+254 20 7224264
Wageningen University (WUR)
Ms. Niki De Sy
niki.desy@wur.nl
+31 0 648688397
Result-based payments (RBP) for REDD+: experiences and way forward
RBP are a cornerstone of REDD+. So far, 39 countries have submitted reference levels (RLs) to UNFCCC. We discuss experiences with setting RLs and applying for RB, and with performance-based finance, to meet climate change objectives. We examine key challenges, and opportunities for improvement.

Speakers: Welcome remarks: Dr. Christopher Martius, CIFOR; Presenters: Prof. Arild Angelsen, NMBU; Prof. Daniel Mudiyarso, CIFOR; Dr. Lalisa Duguma, ICRAF. Discussants: Country reps from Mozambique, Indonesia/Brazil (TBD); Reps from Fond National REDD+, DRC (TBD). Moderator: Dr. Peter Minang, ICRAF
CIFOR, ICRAF and Wageningen side event - Program [243 kb]
Tuesday,
25 Jun 2019
16:45—18:15
Berlin
CGIAR System Organization
Ms. Lynda Robertson
l.robertson@cgiar.org
+33 467 43638
CARE International (CI)
Mr. Sven Harmeling
sharmeling@careclimatechange.org
+49 177 6136431
International Potato Center (CIP)
Mr. Wiebe Smit
w.smit@cgiar.org
+31 17 483127
Technical Centre for Agricultural and Rural Cooperation EU-ACP (CTA)
Mr. Oluyede Ajayi
Ajayi@cta.int
+31 31 7467108
Raising ambition for climate action in food systems: Local to global policy as a catalyst for change
How can we catalyze a transformation in food systems in response to climate change? Food systems policy change plays a crucial role. We discuss examples, opportunities, challenges and priorities to operationalize policy changes for a food systems transformation.

Speakers: Tonya Rawe, Director, CARE; Ana Maria Loboguerrero, Global Policy Lead, CCAFS; Walter Oyhantcabal, Director, Agriculture & Climate Change, Uruguay; Victoria Hatton, Senior Policy Analyst, New Zealand; Monika Zurek, Senior Researcher, Oxford University; Tobias Baedeker, Economist, World Bank
 
Tuesday,
25 Jun 2019
16:45—18:15
Bonn
ICLEI-Local Governments for Sustainability (ICLEI)
Ms. Jisun Hwang
jisun.hwang@iclei.org
+49 228 97629923
Raising Climate Ambition: Multilevel and Collaborative Action for Delivering NDCs
ICLEI and NDC Partnership will bring together leaders and decision-makers from all levels of government to address the urgency of accelerating the implementation of NDCs building upon their joint cooperation at ICCA2019.

Speakers: TBC. Leaders and decision-makers from all levels of government.
Flyer [563 kb]
Tuesday,
25 Jun 2019
16:45—18:15
Kaminzimmer
Women Engage for a Common Future (WECF)
Ms. Anne Barre
anne.barre@wecf.org
+49 89 232393818
All India Women's Conference (AIWC)
Ms. Kalyani Raj
raj.kalyani@gmail.com
+91 11 9810053728
Centre for 21st Century Issues (C21st)
Ms. Titilope Ngozi Akosa
titiakosa@gmail.com
+234 1 23047678
GenderCC - Women for Climate Justice e.V. (GenderCC)
Ms. Elisa Tuaillon
intern@gendercc.net
+49 30 21980088
Implementing gender-responsive NDC’s from the bottom up
Promoting more ambitious NDCs by 2020, this event will provide bottom-up solutions to design gender-responsive climate policies. We will showcase how to implement more inclusive and effective national climate policies through technology transfer and financial mechanisms that target gender equality.

Speakers: Ms Anne Barre, WECF : short introduction + moderation; Mr Jahan Chowdhury,NDC Partnership Ms Karina Kolbrun-Larsen, CTCN; Mr Jo Mari Francisco, Climate Change representative of the Philippines; Ms Titi Akosa, C21st Century Ms Agnes Mirembe, ARUWE; Ms Isadora Cardoso: Gender CC
 
Tuesday,
25 Jun 2019
18:30—20:00
Berlin
International Coastal and Ocean Organization (ICO)
Ms. Alexis Maxwell
alexismaxwell@globaloceans.org
+1 302 7435205
Intergovernmental Oceanographic Commission (IOC/UNESCO)
Ms. Kirsten Isensee
k.isensee@unesco.org
+33 1 45684008
Maldives
Mr. Ali Shareef
ali.shareef@environment.gov.mv
+960 796 5626
Plymouth Marine Laboratory (PML)
Ms. Thecla Keizer
tke@pml.ac.uk
+0 44 1752633437
Sasakawa Peace Foundation (OPRI-SPF)
Ms. Nagisa Yoshioka
n-yoshioka@spf.or.jp
+81 3 51575259
Addressing the IPCC Findings Relevant to the Ocean and Climate Nexus
The Event reviews the implications of the IPCC Special Report on Global Warming of 1.5°C and discusses the science under review in the ongoing IPCC Report on The Ocean and Cryosphere in a Changing Climate, and draws implications for urgent action at the global, national, and subnational levels.

Speakers: T. Pitta e Cunha, Oceano Azul Foundation; B. Cicin-Sain, ICO/GOF; H.O. Pörtner, IPCC; C. Turley, PML; S. Arico, K. Isensee, IOC/UNESCO; M. Maekawa, OPRI/SPF; Amb A. Havas Oegroseno, Indonesia; J. Cordano, Chile; Amb H. Ågren, Sweden; A. Abudllah, Maldives/AOSIS
 
Tuesday,
25 Jun 2019
18:30—20:00
Bonn
European Union
Ms. Marie Bondu
Marie.Bondu@ec.europa.eu
+32 2 2984591
European Climate Foundation (ECF)
Mr. Siddharth Pathak
Siddharth.pathak@2050pathways.org
+32 492 810273
Long-term strategies and how to get all of society involved
The side event brings together actors engaged in the development of Long Term Low GHG emission development Strategies with constituencies like youth, business, labor, sub national actors who can play an important role in the social acceptance of these transformational strategies.

Speakers: Artur Runge-Metzger, Director DG CLIMA, European Commission Richard Baron, Executive Director, 2050 Pathways Representatives from Costa Rica, Japan, Fiji. Representatives from youth, business coalitions, labor, cities and regions
EU Long Term Strategy brochure (English) [3 Mb]
Links to EU LTS brochure (EN, FR, ES, AR, RU, ZH) [251 kb]
Tuesday,
25 Jun 2019
18:30—20:00
Kaminzimmer
The Gold Standard Foundation (GSF)
Ms. Sarah Leugers
sarah.leugers@goldstandard.org
+41 79 8969652
Liechtenstein
Ms. Heike Summer
heike.summer@llv.li
+4 23236 6196
Digitalisation and Blockchain – moving into implementation
In 2018 the Climate Ledger Initiative published 'Navigating Blockchain & Climate Action,' noting the potential of IT to accelerate Paris Agreement implementation. This event focuses on taking blockchain from theory to application--highlighting experience to date and use cases in adaptation, renewable energy, international accounting and GHG markets.

Speakers: Heike Summer (LIE Gov), Sarah Leugers (GSF), Juerg Fuessler (INFRAS), Christian Huebner (Konrad Adenauer Stiftung), Sven Braden (CLI), Nick Beglinger (C21)
 
Wednesday,
26 Jun 2019
13:15—14:45
Berlin
Rosa-Luxemburg-Stiftung - Gesellschaftsanalye und politische Bildung e.V. (RLS)
Mr. Till Bender
till.bender@rosalux.org
+49 30 44310523
Federation of American Women's Clubs Overseas, Inc. (FAWCO)
Ms. Laurie Richardson
unliaison@fawco.org
+43 676 9724939
Climate-induced migration: understanding systemic drivers and symptomatic responses to vulnerabilities
Effects of climate change will increase the displacement of people. Climate-induced migrants fall through the cracks of international refugee / immigration policy. The discourse needs to comprehensively address displacement, its causes, and proposals for just, sustainable, transformative solutions.

Speakers: Harjeet Singh, Action Aid Titi Soentoro, AKSI/Asia Pacific Forum on Women, Law and Development (APWLD) Sabine Minninger, Brot für die Welt M. Hafijul Islam Khan, Co-coordinator, Loss and Damage Team, LDCs Group Nadja Charaby, Rosa Luxemburg Stiftung Tetet Lauron, Rosa Luxemburg Stiftung
Flyer [162 kb]
Wednesday,
26 Jun 2019
13:15—14:45
Bonn
Environmental Defense Fund (EDF)
Ms. Kristin Qui
kqui@edf.org
+1 646 2361605
International Emissions Trading Association (IETA)
Ms. Stephanie Olegario
olegario@ieta.org
+1 647 4555504
The value of finalizing Article 6 rules for increasing ambition.
Panelists will present research on how carbon market cooperation can help countries achieve the mitigation and finance goals of the Paris Agreement. Experts will discuss the value of Article 6 and the rules needed to harness the power of markets to increase ambition and the connection to CORSIA.

Speakers: Kelley Kizzier (EDF), Stefano De Clara (IETA), Pedro Piris-Cabezas(EDF), Molly Peters-Stanley (USA) TBC: Mandy Rambharos (South Africa), Felipe de Leon (Costa Rica), Yuji Mizuno, Japan.
Flyer [163 kb]
Wednesday,
26 Jun 2019
15:00—16:30
Berlin
International Water Management Institute (IWMI)
Mr. Giriraj Amarnath
a.giriraj@cgiar.org
+94 11 2880000
Centro Internacional de Agricultura Tropical (CIAT)
Ms. Carolina Jaramillo
c.jaramillo@cgiar.org
+57 2 4450075
University of Leeds
Mr. Dhanush Arayamparambil Dinesh
d.dinesh@leeds.ac.uk
+44 0 7474949499
Raising ambition for adaptation in agriculture: responding to emerging evidence on rainfall changes
Dramatic rainfall changes for key crops are expected even with reduced greenhouse gas emissions. Projections show parts of Europe, Africa, the Americas and Australia will be drier, while the tropics and high latitudes will be wetter. We will discuss adaptation measures to respond to these changes.

Speakers: Maisa Rojas Corradi, Center for Climate and Resilience Research, Universidad de Chile; Andy Challinor, University of Leeds; George Wamukoya, AGN-AGNES; Ana Maria Loboguerrero, CCAFS; Julio Cordano, Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Chile Giles Henley, DFID; Christina Chan, WRI; Giriraj Amarnath, IWMI
 
Wednesday,
26 Jun 2019
15:00—16:30
Bonn
Frankfurt School of Finance and Management gGmbH
Mr. Pieter Pauw
p.pauw@fs.de
+49 69 154008730
Council on Energy, Environment and Water (CEEW)
Ms. Shikha Bhasin
shikha.bhasin@ceew.in
+91 98111 61977
Developing countries’ NDCs: lessons learned for increasing transparency, ambition, and ownership
Based on extensive research on NDCs, we discuss interlinkages between development and climate action. We draw lessons learned from the current NDCs for future NDCs on e.g. conditionality of NDCs, equity, linkages to development agendas, SDGs and transparency requirements.

Speakers: Prof Dr Richard Klein (SEI) • Dr Pieter Pauw (FS-UNEP Centre) • Dr Paula Castro Pareja (UZH) • Dr. Clara Brandi (DIE) • Caroline Zimm (IIASA) • Cleo Verkuijl (SEI)
 
Wednesday,
26 Jun 2019
16:45—18:15
Berlin
Carbon Market Watch - Centre of Development & Environment (Carbon Market Watch)
Mr. Andrew Coiley
andrew.coiley@carbonmarketwatch.org
+43 664 1429417
German NGO Forum on Environment and Development
Ms. Marijana Todorovic
todorovic@forumue.de
+49 30 6781775907
Janvikas
Mr. Mahesh Pandya
maheshrpandya@gmail.com
+91 79 26851321
Making safeguards and sustainable development an integral part of carbon markets
Carbon markets have a poor track record providing benefits to local communities. New markets should improve this and deliver on sustainable development. Are they up to the challenge? We will explore whether and how markets have delivered on sustainable development, and how to improve it.

Speakers: Carbon Market Watch, Gold Standard (Tbc), New Climate Institute (Tbc)
 
Wednesday,
26 Jun 2019
16:45—18:15
Bonn
Stockholm University
Ms. Naghmeh Nasiritousi
naghmeh.nasiritousi@statsvet.su.se
+46 8 163466
Free University Amsterdam (VU)
Ms. Lisa Sanderink
lisa.sanderink@vu.nl
+31 6 5341637
University of Eastern Finland (UEF)
Mr. Harro van Asselt
harro.vanasselt@uef.fi
+31 6 38385413
Implementing the Paris Agreement: carbon pricing, fossil fuel subsidy reform and renewable energy
Participants present novel findings on the linkage between global climate and energy governance in three policy fields - carbon pricing, fossil fuel subsidy reform and renewable energy. They examine the coherence, performance and legitimacy in these fields and provide policy recommendations.

Speakers: Fariborz Zelli (Lund University), Philipp Pattberg (Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam), Cleo Verkuijl (Stockholm Environment Institute), Lisa Sanderink (Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam), Naghmeh Nasiritousi (Stockholm University), Roger Sedin (Swedish negotiator, tbc)
 
Wednesday,
26 Jun 2019
16:45—18:15
Kaminzimmer
Women's Environment and Development Organization (WEDO)
Ms. Tara Daniel
tara@wedo.org
+1 931 2064735
Acting on the Gender Action Plan: Year 2
By providing updates on how civil society, UN agencies and Governments are working to support implementation of the UNFCCC Gender Action Plan (GAP), this event will review the GAP mandates, highlight key activities by state and non-state actors, and provide space to reflect on continued activity.

Speakers: WEDO, members of the Women and Gender Constituency, Ireland, Sudan, Canada
 
Wednesday,
26 Jun 2019
18:30—20:00
Berlin
ACT Alliance - Action by Churches Together (ACT Alliance)
Mr. Isaiah Toroitich
ikt@actalliance.org
+41 798 257899
Bread for the World (BfdW)
Ms. Sabine Minninger
sabine.minninger@brot-fuer-die-welt.de
+49 30 652111817
Innovative Finance for Loss and Damage
While the Paris Agreement recognizes loss & damage as a key climate action pillar, it's unclear how it will be supported

Speakers: Alpha Kaloga (Guinea) Christoph von Stechow (Germany-tbc) Ama Essel (Ghana) Sabine Minninger (BftW) Mattias Soderberg (ACT)
 
Wednesday,
26 Jun 2019
18:30—20:00
Bonn
University of Vermont (UVM)
Ms. Julianna White
julianna.m.white@uvm.edu
+1 802 7777017
Centre de Coopération Internationale en Recherche Agronomique pour le Développement (CIRAD)
Mr. Julien Demenois
julien.demenois@cirad.fr
+33 4 67615560
Institut National de la Recherche Agronomique (INRA)
Ms. CLAIRE WEILL
claire.weill@inra.fr
+33 6 15764734
Enhancing NDC ambition through soil organic carbon sequestration: A science-policy dialog
Dialog on why and where ambition for soil organic carbon sequestration should be enhanced and the issues countries face in enhancing ambition. Includes analysis of current and potential NDC soil carbon commitments and the benefits of soil carbon for agriculture and slowing desertification.

Speakers: Lini Wollenberg CGIAR, CCAFS, UVM; Abigaïl Fallot CIRAD; Liesl Wiese 4P1000; Cristina Arias-Navarro INRA; Viri Alcántara BLE, 4P1000; Herwig Ranner EC; Eleneide Doff Sotta Brazil; Fahmuddin Agus Indonesia, IPCC; Tobias Baedeker World Bank; Claire Weill INRA
agenda and description [335 kb]
Wednesday,
26 Jun 2019
18:30—20:00
Kaminzimmer
Climate Alliance (Klima-Bündnis)
Ms. Silke Lunnebach
s.lunnebach@climatealliance.org
+49 69 71713931
Instituto de Ecología y Antropología de Acción (INFOE)
Ms. Elke Falley-Rothkopf
elke@infoe.de
+49 178 1746966
Territorial Governance – Indigenous Peoples’ territories as important contribution to the NDCs
Climate change and overexploitation of resources are major global challenges. Indigenous territories such as municipalities and regions play an important role in territorial development. Indigenous territories in the Amazon region provide important ecosystem services: 220 million ha of rainforest!

Speakers: D. Jimenez, Mayor Yaquerana, A. Wolter, Mayor Cologne, Representatives of ministries, DE / PE
 
Thursday,
27 Jun 2019
11:30—13:00
Berlin
World Wind Energy Association (WWEA)
Mr. Stefan Gsaenger
sg@wwindea.org
+49 228 24269800
International Hydropower Association (IHA)
Mr. Mathis Rogner
mathis.rogner@hydropower.org
+44 7827 334541
International Solar Energy Society e.V. (ISES)
Ms. Jennifer McIntosh
director@ises.org
+49 761 4590645
World Bioenergy Association (WBA)
Mr. Bharadwaj Kummamuru Venkata
bharadwaj.v.kummamuru@worldbioenergy.org
+46 76 7156785
Successful interaction between all scales of government and citizens to achieve 100% renewables
The event aims at developing successful strategies for implementation of NDCs on the road to 100% renewable energy by local governments, in close collaboration with their citizens and communities. Resulting recommendations target key interactions between local and national governments and citizens.

Speakers: Panellists will include experts representing local, regional and national governments, community energy initiatives, civil society and the renewable energy community.
 
Thursday,
27 Jun 2019
11:30—13:00
Bonn
Center for Clean Air Policy (CCAP)
Ms. Allison Bender Corbett
abender@ccap.org
+1 202 4089260
Climate Action Network - Europe (CAN - Europe)
Mr. Mathias Claeys Bouuaert
mathias@caneurope.org
+32 2 8930827
Realizing Art. 2.1.c: Approaches to shifting financial flows towards low-GHG, resilient development
To realize Paris Agreement goals, investments in low-GHG, resilient development must be the rule, not the exception. Through concrete examples, the session will consider barriers and the roles of long-term planning, financing strategies and carbon markets, among others, in shifting investments.

Speakers: Representative of the Chilean COP25 Presidency invited to provide opening remarks. CCAP to set the stage. Panel: Climate Fund (likely GCF Private Sector Facility); private sector representative; speaker on carbon markets driving sector-scale actions; national government representative.
 
Thursday,
27 Jun 2019
11:30—13:00
Kaminzimmer
International Association for the Advancement of Innovative Approaches to Global Challenges (IAAI)
Mr. Miroslav Polzer
polzer@glocha.info
+43 664 4203648
Brahma Kumaris World Spiritual University (BKWSU)
Ms. Marion Mews
cologne@de.brahmakumaris.org
+49 1517 814258
Green Economics Institute (GEI)
Ms. Miriam Kennet
greeneconomicsinstitute@yahoo.com
+0 44 7990590463
Getting everyone engaged in climate action with culture, social innovation, value change& technology
The climate crisis requires a new mindset with everyone taking climate action. Unprecedented youth and civil society engagement is needed. The side event will gather different stakeholders joining forces on mass mobilization, low carbon lifestyle promotion and climate action empowerment.

Speakers: #ActionNow campaign & Earth Music Awards of multistakeholder partnership GloCha, Brahma Kumaris, Green Economics Institute, ECOS, YOUNGO, UNESCO MOST, UNFCCC GCA, COP25
Event Flyer [93 kb]
ECOS Education, Communication and Outreach Stakeholders Community Poster [155 kb]
Thursday,
27 Jun 2019
13:15—14:45
Bonn
Norwegian Refugee Council (NRC)
Ms. Nicole Anschell
nicole.anschell@nrc.no
+49 76 6040751
Office of the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR)
Ms. Isabelle Michal
michal@unhcr.org
+41 22 7398792
Université de Liège (ULg)
Ms. Caroline Zickgraf
caroline.zickgraf@uliege.be
+32 477 572785
Displacement, human mobility and climate change
The event will focus on progress since Paris to better address climate related displacement under the UNFCCC incl. the WIM Task Force on Displacement, discuss synergies with other policy processes outside the UNFCCC and update on new research related to human mobility.
 
*Provisionally admitted observer organization