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CDM Executive Board: question & answer session
The Executive Board of the CDM will report on its activities for the year 2005 and answer questions from the participants
Bilal Anwar
Secretariat of the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC)
banwar@unfccc.int
(49 228) 815 1618
Mon, 28 Nov 2005   
Climate Change Performance Index (CCPI): country performance in mitigation of GHG-emissions
The presented index CCPI compares the climate protection performance of relevant countries with high ghg-emissions by a country ranking. The CCPI should increase public awareness concerning the relative climate performance of their country and enhance mitigation efforts
Manfred Treber
Germanwatch
unfccc@germanwatch.org
+49 228 6049 214
Mon, 28 Nov 2005   
Transitioning to the low carbon economy
What the world (energy policy & emissions) might look like in 2050 if nations pursue a low carbon economy. Public and private sectors speakers examine the UK strategy, Canada’s long-term energy and climate change future, world energy markets and technology development and implementation
Moira Forrest
Canada
forrestm@nrtee-trnee.ca
+1 613 992 7157
Mon, 28 Nov 2005 
Harnessing the Role of the Private Sector [1 Mb]
Encadrer le rôle du secteur privé [1 Mb]
Describing a low-carbon future for Canada [686 kb]
Perspective dÂ?un avenir faible en carbone (Canada) [2 Mb]
Building a low-carbon economy: UK perspective [1 Mb]
Ã?conomie à faible émission de carbone : GB [1 Mb]
Ecosystem services, MEAs and market-based approaches
This side event aims to reassess the current market development status of ecosystem services, and identify services that both serve the purposes of UNFCCC and CBD, and give developing countries a market advantage and to outline synergies between MEAs and WTO negotiations on ecosystem services
Rebecca Carter
United Nations University (UNU)
carter@ias.unu.edu
(81-45) 221 2335
Mon, 28 Nov 2005   
Enabling CDM in Asia and Pacific: ADB’s Renewable Energy, Energy Efficiency & Climate Change progra
Showcases climate change/CDM projects in 18 countries under ADB’s REACH program, supported by funds from Canada, Denmark, Finland and the Netherlands. Speakers from ADB and partner countries present cases ranging from CDM projects in China to solar/micro-hydro applications in rural Afghanistan
Ashok Sarkar
Asian Development Bank (ADB)
asarkar@adb.org
+63 2 632 6624
Mon, 28 Nov 2005   
Avoiding deforestation and certifying emission reductions: a panel discussion
A discussion of the role forest protection can play to reduce global GHG emissions, how such emission reductions can be scientifically monitored & certified, and ideas for addressing this source of emissions more comprehensively in the future. Panel of senior negotiators to be announced
Kevin Conrad
Bolivia (Plurinational State of)
conrad@RainforestCoalition.org
+1-212-660-2990
Mon, 28 Nov 2005   
The disappearing Yellow River: climate change impacts in China
Rapid temperature rise and glacier retreat in the Yellow River source region has played a vital role in water shortages, drought and desertification in north-western China. Projected melting of the Tibetan glacier over the next 50 years could lead to the total desertification of the region
Stephanie Tunmore
Greenpeace International (GREENPEACE)
stephanie.tunmore@uk.greenpeac
+44 77 9694 7451
Mon, 28 Nov 2005   
Regional handbook on procedures for JI-projects in the Baltic Sea region
In the establishment of the Baltic Sea Region as a testing ground for joint implementation and emission trading, the BASREC regional handbook on procedures for joint implementation in the Baltic Sea region, is an important element. The first version of January 2003 is being revised
Olle Björk
Nordic Council of Ministers (NCM)
bean@dmu.dk
+46 8405 1997
Mon, 28 Nov 2005   
Deployment of the CRF Reporter
To report on progress made on the deployment of the CRF reporter which should be used by all Annex I Parties for the inventory submissions in 2006, and provide information on the secretariat's on-going work on the compilation and accounting database
James Grabert
Secretariat of the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC)
jgrabert@unfccc.int
+49 228 8151413
Tue, 29 Nov 2005 
SB 23, CRF repprter [378 kb]
Development and transfer of technologies
Preliminary analysis of the results of the technology needs assessments and innovative options for financing the development and transfer of technologies
Daniele Violetti
Secretariat of the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC)
dvioletti@unfccc.int
(49-228) 815-1610
Tue, 29 Nov 2005 
Status of the Work of the EGTT [63 kb]
Preliminary analysis of the results of the TNAs [1 Mb]
Outcomes 2nd UNFCCC Workshop on Innov. Financing [418 kb]
Innovative financing in the UNFCCC process [818 kb]
Technology deployment and innovative financing [101 kb]
CDM afforestation & reforestation credits: carbon, forests, and people
Shares the experience gained in the BioCarbon Fund and Climate Community and Biodiversity Alliance - value of forestry-based credits for carbon mitigation, livelihood improvements and ecosystem restoration. Demonstration of the application and use of risk management techniques in LULUCF projects
Michael Totten
Conservation International (CI)
m.totten@celb.org
+1 202 912 1757
Tue, 29 Nov 2005   
Exchange of views on the support to non-Annex I (NAI) Parties to prepare national communications
Financial and technical support for the implementation of the UNFCCC by non-Annex I Parties
Festus Luboyera
Secretariat of the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC)
fluboyera@unfccc.int
+49 228 8151541
Tue, 29 Nov 2005 
UNFCCC Software on GHG INV for NAI [422 kb]
Gabon IN Commuincation [372 kb]
Support by US for NC of NAI [986 kb]
Sao Tome and Principe INCommunication [5 Mb]
Support by NCSP for NC of NAI [1 Mb]
Support by the UK for NC of NAI [37 kb]
V&A assessment on national and local level - experience from the national communication process
Assessment of the issues and opportunities presented by potential international markets for GHG (greenhouse gas) offsets through the CDM (Clean Development Mechanism) in India
José R Romero
Switzerland
jose.romero@buwal.admin.ch
(41-31) 322 68 62
Tue, 29 Nov 2005   
Sustainable CDM - best practice
Especially on the voluntary market, CDM projects with high additional sustainability benefits have an enormous potential. Project suppliers and buyers discuss best practice with representatives from industry, governments and NGOs
Renat Heuberger
myclimate
renat.heuberger@myclimate.org
+41 1 281 22 20
Tue, 29 Nov 2005   
Bioenergy and climate change mitigation. FAO global forest resource assessment 2005
Bioenergy has a key role on global and local environmental services, MDGs and rural development. Bioenergy-for-climate-change-mitigation to maximize environmental benefits are discussed. Global forest resource assessment is presented, experiences applying IPCC GPG and recommendations for the future
Michele Bernardi
Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO)
michele.bernardi@fao.org
+39 6 57052442
Tue, 29 Nov 2005 
Schlup - The Gold Standard [215 kb]
Kappen UNEP DTIE - Environmental Due Diligence [430 kb]
Juergens FAO - Bioenergy & Environmental Services [515 kb]
FAO side event on FRA at COP11 [708 kb]
Group on Earth Observations (GEO)
Implmentation of the Global Earth Observation Systems of Systems.The priorities of GEO are fully aligned with and will indeed ensure the realisation of the Earth Observation objectives of the Johannesburg Plan of Implementation adopted at the World Summit on Sustainable Development
Daan du Toit
South Africa
alutz@unfccc.int
(27-12)841-4331
Tue, 29 Nov 2005   
Experience of regional delivery organisations
This forum, with participants from some of the world’s regional climate change delivery organizations, will focus on actions taken at a regional level to reduce ghg emissions. Different programs, experiences and results will describe ‘thinking globally and acting locally’
Carol-Ann Brown
Climate Change Central (C3)
cbrown@climatechangecentral.co
+1 403 517 2719
Tue, 29 Nov 2005   
Adaptation to climate change. Lessons learned, work in progress and next steps in Latin America
The event presents a brief overview of the work on adaptation to climate change, already undertaken by the World Bank in the Latin American region. It also summarizes current initiatives in the portfolio and presents recommendations for further work
Walter Vergara
World Bank
wvergara@worldbank.org
+1 202 458 2705
Tue, 29 Nov 2005   
Sectoral approach for future international actions
This side event will discuss the potential design of a sectoral approach based upon the deliberations of CCAP's dialogue on future international actions to address global climate change
Jake Schmidt
Center for Clean Air Policy (CCAP)
jschmidt@ccap.org
(1-202) 408-9260
Tue, 29 Nov 2005 
Questions & Answers to Sectoral Approach [200 kb]
Sectoral Approach to Future Actions-Four Pager [143 kb]
Presentation of Sectoral Approach to Future Action [203 kb]
Africa and the CDM: opportunities and constraints
A critical review of African participation in the CDM, highlighting the very few success stories that exist, discussing what could be done to increase participation and suggestions for linking CDM with development projects
Paul V. Desanker
Malawi
desanker@psu.edu
+1 814 865 1748
Tue, 29 Nov 2005   
Article 6 (Joint Implementation)
With the entry into force of Kyoto Protocol the work on Article 6 (Joint Implementation) will begun. This event will introduce modalities and procedures and work programme for Joint Implementation
Bilal Anwar
Secretariat of the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC)
banwar@unfccc.int
(49 228) 815 1618
Wed, 30 Nov 2005   
Supporting LULUCF from space
The use of Earth Observation data to derive information needed for Kyoto Protocol reporting on LULUCF activities is illustrated by UNFCCC Parties collaborating with ESA on specific projects
Espen Volden
European Space Agency (ESA)
Espen.Volden@esa.int
+39 06 94180 672
Wed, 30 Nov 2005   
SBSTA-IPCC joint event on SRCCS
IPCC Special Report on Carbon Dioxide Capture and Storage (SRCCS)
Renate Christ
WMO/UNEP Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC)
ipcc-sec@wmo.int
+41 22 7308254
Wed, 30 Nov 2005 
introduction [1 Mb]
sources and capture [1 Mb]
costs, economic potential [275 kb]
geological storage [1 Mb]
risks, legal issues [509 kb]
Disaster risk reduction tools for climate change adaptation
The secretariat of the UN International Strategy for Disaster Reduction, the ProVention Consortium and the Red Cross Climate Centre will present disaster risk reduction tools that can be useful in adapting to climate change
Silvia Llosa
United Nations Office for Disaster Risk Reduction (UNISDR)
llosa@un.org
+41 22 9178904
Wed, 30 Nov 2005   
Education and outreach: presentation of the prototype clearing house
Background information and an introduction to the Article 6 Information Network clearing house prototype
David Paterson
Secretariat of the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC)
dpaterson@unfccc.int
+49 228 8151536
Wed, 30 Nov 2005   
Overview of United States actions to address climate change
U.S. agencies responsible for climate change will provide an overview of their activities
Drew Nelson
United States of America
nelsonds@state.gov
(1-202) 647-4283
Wed, 30 Nov 2005 
USAID [1002 kb]
USDA [46 kb]
NOAA [2 Mb]
EPA [981 kb]
Department of State [2 Mb]
DOT [431 kb]
DOE [2 Mb]
Solar water heating as a greenhouse gas reduction strategy
Solar water heating (SWH) can contribute to global climate protection and sustainable development in both the developing and developed world. This event will present case studies and examine opportunities and challenges in using SWH, including through CDM projects, to reduce greenhouse gases
Délcio R Rodrigues
Vitae Civilis Institute for Development, Environment and Peace (Vitae Civilis)
energia@vitaecivilis.org.br
+55 11 4686 1814
Wed, 30 Nov 2005   
CDM reform - pathways into the future
Discussion of the proposals of short- and long-term CDM reform proposals between negotiators and researchers
Axel Michaelowa
Hamburg Institute of International Economics
a-michaelowa@hwwa.de
+49 40 4283 4309
Wed, 30 Nov 2005 
CDM reform: issues and options (Axel Michaelowa) [263 kb]
Issues Surrounding the CDM Reform (Agus Sari) [193 kb]
The Gold Standard (Michael Schlup) [815 kb]
Realizing the Development Dividend (John Drexhage) [223 kb]
Background paper on CDM reform (Axel Michaelowa) [175 kb]
Canada's cleaner energy technology and best practices for today and tomorrow
More emphasis is on int'l technology collaboration to support a transition from a carbon intensive global economy. Canada supports domestic and int'l initiatives from fundamental research and development, deployment and diffusion of available solutions to transformative technologies
Siddiq McDoom
Canada
smcdoom@nrcan.gc.ca
+1 613 995 8447
Wed, 30 Nov 2005 
Financing [128 kb]
Ensyn [2 Mb]
Biofuels [452 kb]
Program [37 kb]
Domestic [492 kb]
International [594 kb]
Demonstrating progress in Sweden
The event shows how Sweden has been able to acheive progress in lowering its carbon dioxide emissions.
Jessica Cederberg Wodmar
Sweden
jessica.c.wodmar@naturvardsver
+46 8 698 16 33
Wed, 30 Nov 2005 
MIR - Press Release [28 kb]
Demonstrable Progress [2 Mb]
Financial support [81 kb]
CDM in SICLIP [96 kb]
MIR - Online Directory of Climate Measures [197 kb]
Adaptation strategies: multidisciplinary approaches
Ouranos, a consortium on regional climatology and adaptation to climate change will explain how it links climate modelling to impacts assessment and adaptation
Claude Desjarlais
Ouranos
desjarlais.claude@ouranos.ca
+1 514 282 6464 ext. 231
Wed, 30 Nov 2005   
Forests, carbon and biodiversity: building opportunities for conservation-based development
Linking forest habitat conservation, carbon sequestration and sustainable development: opportunities and obstacles under Kyoto. Examples from projects in Paraguay's Atlantic Forest and Canada's boreal forest. Building a post-2012 agenda for forest sinks and biodiversity
Mara Kerry
Birdlife International/Royal Society for the Protection of Birds (BL/RSPB)
MKerry@naturecanada.ca
+1 613 298 8481
Wed, 30 Nov 2005 
Climate Change, Carbon and Biodiversity [5 Mb]
Forests, Carbon and Biodiversity [5 Mb]
The GEF Resource Allocation Framework (RAF) in the context of the UNFCCC
The GEF secretariat will make a presentation on the Resource Allocation Framework of the GEF. The presentation will be followed by discussion
Richard Hosier
Secretariat of the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC)
rhosier@TheGEF.org
+1 202 458 0290
Wed, 30 Nov 2005   
Geothermal energy : available technologies and techno-economic potential between 2008 and 2012
A panel of international experts on geothermal energy will discuss the technologies available and their penetration potential in the residential, institutional, commercial and industrial sectors between 2008 and 2012. (In cooperation with the Canadian GeoExchange Coalition (GCC),CETAF and AQLPA)
Dominique Neuman
Energy Strategies (ES)
energie@mlink.net
+1 514 849 4007
Thu, 01 Dec 2005   
Mainstreaming climate change in development co-operation
This side event will review recent work by the OECD and its members on integrating climate change considerations in development co-operation activities
Elizabeth Corbett
Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD)
elizabeth.corbett@oecd.org
+33 1 45247693
Thu, 01 Dec 2005 
"Bridge Over Troubled Waters" order form (ENG) [410 kb]
"Contre Vents et marées" form. de commande [243 kb]
Presentation: S. Agrawala, OECD [1 Mb]
Presentation: I. Noble, World Bank [838 kb]
Presentation: W. Breed, USAID [776 kb]
Presentation: O. Schwank, Switzerland [1 Mb]
Presentation: R. Paris, OECD [83 kb]
Agenda (French) [209 kb]
Agenda (English) [202 kb]
Enhancing climate knowledge to improve adaptation to climate variability and change
Enhanced climate knowledge can contribute to overcome climate variability/change by assisting stakeholders to be prepared to the possible climate change scenarios
Amir H. Delju
World Meteorological Organization (WMO)
adelju@wmo.int
+41 22 7308360
Thu, 01 Dec 2005 
Role of WMO in Support to Adaptation [2 Mb]
Climate Information for Risk Assessment-IRI [11 Mb]
Climate Adaptation-Pacific Islands [1 Mb]
Challenges in Coping with Climate Variability [1 Mb]
Climate Information a Tool for Adaptation [10 Mb]
Meteorological Information for Adaptive Capacity [5 Mb]
Preparing for climate change
What motivates individuals to prepare for climate change? We consider motivating images; how preparation is occurring in practice in the UK; and perceptions of dangerous climate change. The session ends with the launch of a guidebook on how to survive climate change
Emma Tompkins
University of East Anglia (UEA)
e.tompkins@uea.ac.uk
+44 1603 593910
Thu, 01 Dec 2005   
Mitigation options and strategies to stabilise greenhouse gas concentrations
This side event addresses the question what portfolio of measures could constitute interesting strategies to stabilize greenhouse gas concentrations? What are costs involved in such strategies? What are implications for investment strategies, fuel trade etc?
Michel den Elzen
National Institute of Public Health and the Environment (RIVM)
michel.den.elzen@rivm.nl
(31-30) 2991030
Thu, 01 Dec 2005 
mitigationscenarios MNP COP11 [4 Mb]
Business initiatives for world-wide climate protection
The side event will present four significant business initiatives for world-wide climate protection. It is the aim of the event to give an insight of how comprehensive and differentiating the group of business initiatives has become that calls for active climate protection
Julio Lambing
European Business Council for Sustainable Energy (e5)
julio.lambing@e5.org
+49 177 8389322
Thu, 01 Dec 2005 
P.Hoeppe - Munich Re: Global Warming [5 Mb]
CraigHanson - Green Power Market Development Group [1 Mb]
R.Marikkar - Interface: Action on Climate Change [2 Mb]
M.Reichling -Deutsche Telekom & Climate Protection [644 kb]
Comments by Chr. Bals (Germanwatch) [174 kb]
Invitation and Schedule [96 kb]
D. Profir - The Climate Group [443 kb]
Near-term shaping actions to achieve long-term climate protection goals
Session to feature Pew Center for Global Climate Change's work on long-term energy scenarios as well as RAND's work on shaping the next 100 years to examine key near-term actions needed to achieve long-term climate protection goals
Lisa Sheldone
RAND
sheldone@rand.org
+1703 413 1100 ext. 5204
Thu, 01 Dec 2005   
The International Finance Corporation: unleashing the power of the private sector
This session will review the wide range of responses to climate change taken by the International Finance Corporation (IFC), including support for sustainable energy projects, greenhouse gas accounting requirements, and innovative carbon finance products
Alan Miller
International Finance Corporation (IFC)
amiller2@ifc.org
+1 202 4738324
Thu, 01 Dec 2005 
IFC Sustainable Energy and Climate change [463 kb]
Business views on CDM reform
Key CDM reform issues will include: proposals for standardized baselines, treatment of additionality, institutional improvements and project review improvements. We expect to include perspectives from Japan, developing countries, CDM EB members, IISD and project developers and financiers
Lisa Jacobson
Business Council for Sustainable Energy (BCSE)
ljacobson@bcse.org
+1 202 7850507
Thu, 01 Dec 2005 
Agenda [240 kb]
BCSE Positions on CDM Reform [214 kb]
IISD Presentation [188 kb]
Winrock Presentation [2 Mb]
Econergy Presentation [1 Mb]
ECD Presentation [3 Mb]
Enel Presentation [210 kb]
NAIMA Canada Presentation [60 kb]
Trexler Presentation [1 Mb]
Support for National Communications
1.Update on the NCSP’s work programme and technical assistance activities to support the preparation of National Communications in non-Annex I Parties; and 2. Update on three UNDP regional initiatives, which will provide inputs to national communications
Christine Woerlen
Global Environment Facility (GEF)
cwoerlen@thegef.org
+1(202)4735196
Thu, 01 Dec 2005   
Technology in action
ICC/WBCSD/BCSE will demonstrate the use of technology and management systems to address climate change by businesses and associations in support of the UNFCCC: -Outlining the issue -Demonstrate a solution adopted to address the issue -Demonstrate the impact of the solution and costs incurred
Michael Kelly
Inuit Circumpolar Conference (ICC)
tina.launois@iccwbo.org
+33 1 49 53 29 16
Thu, 01 Dec 2005   
Petroleum industry guidelines for greenhouse gas emission reduction projects
Report on the development of IPIECA guidelines to identify, assess, and develop projects that would lead to credible emission reductions and develop a framework for assessing emission reductions associated with specific project families, including references to relevant methodologies or guidance
Tim Stileman
International Petroleum Industry Environmental Conservation Association (IPIECA)
Tim.stileman@ipieca.org
(44-20) 7633 2378
Thu, 01 Dec 2005   
Action targets: a new form of climate commitment
Action targets are a new form of commitment that could increase participation in the international climate regime. They specify a quantity of abatement rather than a future emission level. This event will explain the basic mechanics and analyze the approach across a range of criteria
Donald M. Goldberg
Center for International Environmental Law (CIEL)
dgoldberg@ciel.org
(1-202) 785 8700
Thu, 01 Dec 2005   
Implementing the systems of emissions trading
Emissions trading can only be as effective as the systems on which it is built. These systems hold and transfer units, including CDM and JI credits, and enforce trading rules. The UNFCCC secretariat and Parties will highlight progress made so far
Andrew Howard
Secretariat of the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC)
ahoward@unfccc.int
+49 228 8151617
Thu, 01 Dec 2005 
Developing the ITL, it can be done...quickly. [420 kb]
International Transaction Log [280 kb]
EU Emission Trading Scheme - Registries [1 Mb]
GHG National Registries in EU - State of play [153 kb]
Methodological constraints to CDM projects in LDCs and Africa: Experience of the CDCF
Experience gained in implementing CDM projects
Bwango Apuuli
Uganda
bwango.apuuli@meteo-uganda.net
+256 77 404110
Thu, 01 Dec 2005   
Capacity building needs in EITs
The REC organized a workshop on the CB needs of the EITs on the implementation of the UNFCCC and the KP. Outcome of the workshop will be presented on CB needs on improving the national systems, preparing for the FMs and financing possibilities of capacity needs
Zsuzsanna Ivanyi
Regional Environmental Center for Central and Eastern Europe (REC)
Zivanyi@rec.org
+36 20 5532639
Thu, 01 Dec 2005 
CB needs in some Balkan countries [72 kb]
Summary of workshop on CB needs of EITs [52 kb]
Experiences of Turkey on UNFCCC Article 6 [1 Mb]
CB needs in some NIS [671 kb]
CB needs in Bulgaria [350 kb]
PowerSwitch! The development case for climate mitigation
With presentations from developing country representatives from WWF, governments and scientists, discussing options of how to align climate mitigation and sustainable development goals, and the potential role of the international climate regime, with a special focus on the power sector
Giulio Volpi
WWF (WWF)
giulio@wwf.org.br
+556133647485
Thu, 01 Dec 2005   
GEF assistance to address adaptation: the strategic priority on adaptation, the LDCF and the SCCF
1. Update on projects and activities supported under the Strategic Priority on Adaptation within the GEF trust fund; and 2. Introduction to the operational criteria of the new funds (LDCF and SCCF)
Christine Woerlen
Global Environment Facility (GEF)
cwoerlen@thegef.org
+1(202)4735196
Fri, 02 Dec 2005   
The Global Climate Observing System: a focus on regional activities
The side event will review the status and future direction of the GCOS Regional Workshop Programme and present other regional activities in which GCOS is engaged. It will also consider the implementation of regional action plans and the relationship between GCOS and the Group on Earth Observations
William Westermeyer
World Meteorological Organization (WMO)
wwestermeyer@wmo.int
+41 22 7308083
Fri, 02 Dec 2005   
SouthSouthNorth: A Southern-led approach to tackling climate change and poverty
Applied methodologies for reducing poverty in mitigation and adaptation projects: early CDM results and success with the Gold Standard – case studies from SSN experience; and a new working methodology for community based adaptation projects
Barry Kantor
SouthSouthNorth Projects Africa (SSN Africa)
barry@southsouthnorth.org
(27-21) 425-1464
Fri, 02 Dec 2005 
SSN_Side-event_Presentation_COP_11 [11 Mb]
Biodiversity and climate change - multiple interlinkages
UNEP and IUCN will present the biodiversity and climate change module of UNEP's project entitled "issue-based modules for the coherent implementation of biodiversity related conventions" to demonstrate the role of biodiversity related agreements in achieving UNFCCC goals
Maria Socorro Manguiat
International Union for Conservation of Nature (IUCN)
maria.manguiat@iucn.org
(49-228) 2692 227
Fri, 02 Dec 2005 
UNEP Modules presentation [1 Mb]
Asian concerns on climate regime beyond 2012
The side event summarizes the findings of dialogues held by IGES in Asian countries to identify their concerns and interests on current and future climate regime. A panel discussion on ways to design a fair, flexible and effective regime that duly considers Asian aspirations and interests follows
Ancha Srinivasan
Institute for Global Environmental Strategies (IGES)
ancha@iges.or.jp
(81-468) 55 3810
Fri, 02 Dec 2005   
Global status and outlook for nuclear power
Expectations for nuclear power are rising. Since nuclear power generates few GHGs, an accurate picture of its prospects is important for climate negotiations. The session will review recent projections, specific national plans, changing markets and the impact of GHG constraints
Alan McDonald
International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA)
a.mcdonald@iaea.org
+43 1 2600 22650
Fri, 02 Dec 2005 
Rogner (concluding remarks) [5 Mb]
Guindon (French) [949 kb]
Guindon (English) [923 kb]
Dujardin [1007 kb]
McDonald [5 Mb]
Agenda [21 kb]
Rogner (introduction) [582 kb]
A Canadian model for global adoption: partnership building for biosphere solutions to climate change
Transformative changes for sustainability require industry, governments, universities and NGOs work together to develop scientific insights, new technologies and effective policies. We will explore how BIOCAP’s partnership model guides climate change policy and investment decisions
Lisa Doulas
BIOCAP Canada Foundation (BIOCAP)
doulasl@biocap.ca
+1 613 542 0025 ext. 31
Fri, 02 Dec 2005   
Unikkaaqatigiit - Book launch
Release of Unikkaaqatigiit, a four year study of climate change impacts and adaptations in the Canadian Arctic in 16 Inuit communities and the 4 Inuit regions of Canada. Meet the elders and contributors involved in this unique community-based research project
Scot Nickels
Inuit Tapiriit Kanatami (ITK)
nickels@itk.ca
+1 613 238 8181
Fri, 02 Dec 2005 
Unikkaaqatagiit [3 Mb]
Unikkaaqatagiit Slideshow [15 Mb]
Reduction of tropical deforestation and climate change mitigation
A panel composed by government officials and scientists will debate the proposed concept of compensated reductions of deforestation in the context of the UNFCCC and Kyoto Protocol. IPAM’s book on this issue will be launched, presenting analyses of invited experts on several aspects of the proposal
Liana Rodrigues
Amazon Environmental Research Institute (IPAM)
liana@ipam.org.br
+55 91 3283 4353
Fri, 02 Dec 2005   
Distributing CCSM-3 climate change predictions to a GIS community
Addressing global change issues calls for better integration of information by atmospheric and geographic communities. The GIS Climate Change Scenarios project at NCAR distributes CCSM-3 outputs in GIS format for easy integration of climate predictions with environmental and socio-economic datasets
Anne Blondeel-Oman
University Corporation for Atmospheric Research (UCAR)
anneoman@ucar.edu
+1 303 497 1117
Fri, 02 Dec 2005   
The greenhouse gas pilot programme in Mexico
The Ministry of Environment of Mexico and the WRI/WBCSD will share the Mexican experience in applying the programme of accounting and reporting standards with voluntary participation of several enterprises and will look for opportunities to its replication in other countries
Alejandra Lopez Carbajal
Mexico
alejandra.lopez@semarnat.gob.m
(52-55) 54902100 x 14512
Fri, 02 Dec 2005 
SEMARNAT-FTudela [4 Mb]
WBCSD-LCorbier [164 kb]
WRI-JPershing [7 Mb]
AltosHornos_LGonzalezMerla [337 kb]
CEMEX-GGodinez [2 Mb]
Energy efficiency measures
This side event aims to raise awareness of policy makers and relevant stakeholders to the potential economic and greenhouse gas emission reduction benefits from the adoption of energy efficiency performance standards and labelling programs
Brian Dawson
United Nations Development Programme (UNDP)
brian.dawson@undp.org
(1-212)906-6042
Fri, 02 Dec 2005   
Ways forward - the long term challenges
ICC presents its views on the longer term challenges for the climate change regime including post-2012, compliance and mechanisms
Michael Kelly
Inuit Circumpolar Conference (ICC)
tina.launois@iccwbo.org
+33 1 49 53 29 16
Fri, 02 Dec 2005   
The Austrian JI/CDM programme
The Austrian JI/CDM programme, its goals and strategies and experience as governmental programme in the Kyoto environment
Alexandra Amerstorfer
Austria
w.diernhofer@kommunalkredit.at
+43 1 31631380
Fri, 02 Dec 2005   
Gaining approval for LULUCF projects and project methodologies under the CDM: lessons learned
Lessons learned from first year of AR projects. As of Sept/05 no AR projects had been registered and no methodologies approved. - lessons learned including from working group, expert teams, BioCarbon Fund; - application of the lessons by AR projects from Joanneum, Conservation International etc.
Venkata Ramana Putti
Winrock International (WI)
vramana@winrock.org
+1 703 525 9430 ext. 655
Fri, 02 Dec 2005 
PDF of all presentations [5 Mb]
NAPA - formulation and implementation
Share experiences of NAPA formulation, present findings of immediate and urgent adaptation needs analysis to address adverse impacts of climate change, present implementation strategy and framework for implementation of NAPA
Moussa Mamadou Diakhité
Secretariat of the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC)
mdiakhite@unfccc.int
+1 514 209 8663
Fri, 02 Dec 2005 
Cambodia [308 kb]
Haiti [956 kb]
Samoa [256 kb]
Uganda [845 kb]
Bhutan [1 Mb]
Bangladesh [191 kb]
Clustering CDM
German view on the potential of CDM project activities within the inherent bandwidth of the existing CDM regularities aiming to go beyond single project activities. The intent of this Side Event is to contribute to the full use of CDM without neglecting reform discussion for the time after 2012
Franzjosef Schafhausen
Germany
Franzjosef.Schafhausen@bmu.bun
+1 177 8031965
Fri, 02 Dec 2005   
Contraction & convergence - aligning national and global objectives
1) The GCI: present the Contraction & Convergence (C&C) negotiating framework. 2) Finland Futures Research Centre: detail the national CO2 implications for different countries under C&C. 3) Action for a global climate community: bridging the “North – South” divide with the architecture of C&C
Tim Helweg-Larsen
Global Commons Institute (GCI)
tim@gci.org.uk
+44 (0)208 5204742
Fri, 02 Dec 2005   
The Gold Standard and the role of voluntary offsets in mitigating climate change
This event explores the motivations to become involved in voluntary offsets and show how these can be designed to reduce emissions, contribute to sustainable development and provide value for investors. Different offsetting schemes and a Gold Standard methodology for VERs will be presented
Michael Schlup
Basel Agency for Sustainable Energy (BASE)
michael@cdmgoldstandard.org
+41 612830 916
Sat, 03 Dec 2005   
CDM A/R, temporary credits and the EU Emission Trading Scheme
In 2006 the EU considers the inclusion of tCERs into the ETS. Inclusion would boost CDM opportunities in many DCs, but there are political and technical barriers. This side event explores the current situation, summarizes CDM A/R in BioCF and CDM pipelines, and proposes technical solutions
Igino Emmer
FACE Foundation (FACE)
igino.emmer@facefoundation.nl
+31 26 3570770
Sat, 03 Dec 2005 
CDM AR and ETS - Bosquet [592 kb]
CDM AR and ETS - Schlamadinger [311 kb]
CDM AR and ETS - Verchot [1 Mb]
CDM AR ETS Contents [70 kb]
Launch of land cover analysis tool - Zomer.pdf [5 Mb]
Global challenges toward low-carbon economy -focus on country-specific scenario analysis-
Exploring strategies pursuing a transition toward low-carbon economy focusing on policy packages integrating institutional and lifestyle change, and technology development. Featuring presentations and a panel discussion on scenario analysis with experts from Canada, China, France, Germany, and UK.
Katsunori Hirokane
National Institute for Environmental Studies (NIES)
white.masako@nies.go.jp
+81 29 850 2169
Sat, 03 Dec 2005 
NIES_COP11_Agenda [852 kb]
European business in action
European industry federations will describe actions taken to reduce greenhouse gas emissions as well as the impacts and costs of such actions
Miriam Munnich
Union of Industrial and Employers' Confederations of Europe (UNICE)
m.munnich@unice.be
+32 237 6560
Sat, 03 Dec 2005   
The future is still an option
A 'War Council' and 'enabling framework' approach to prosperity (economy, lifestyle, environment) to challenge the short-termism and collateral damage behind climate change. An outline portfolio of technology, finance, trading and other tools to build the bridge to tomorrow
Fiona Wain
Sustainable Business Australia (SBA)
fiona.wain@environmentbusiness
+61 2 93581800
Sat, 03 Dec 2005 
Overview of the future is still an option [27 kb]
Presentation by Fiona Wain, CEO, EBA [70 kb]
The choices ahead [270 kb]
Pacific Hydro - a business leader [5 kb]
Climate change, competitiveness and trade
Will address two related themes: first, the potential impact of climate protection measures on competitiveness and, second, the interaction between trade and investment law and the climate regime
Gemma Green
Chatham House
ggreen@chathamhouse.org.uk
+44 207 957 5711
Sat, 03 Dec 2005 
Brewer presentation [39 kb]
Cosbey presentation [371 kb]
Background paper [291 kb]
Agenda [140 kb]
Grubb presentation [671 kb]
Darkin presentation [180 kb]
Promoting the developmental benefits of the CDM – an African case study
This event will profile the Pembina Institute’s CDM capacity building work with small community-based renewable energy projects in Africa and present policy options that would increase the development value of the CDM. Speakers include representatives from Kenya, Canada and the Netherlands
Carol Brunt
Pembina Institute for Appropriate Development
carolb@pembina.org
+1 819 483 6288 23
Sat, 03 Dec 2005 
Background Paper_Delivering SD through the CDM_Eng [162 kb]
Background Paper_Delivering SD through the CDM_Fr [195 kb]
Presentation_The Development Divident_IISD_Eng [278 kb]
Presentation_Renewable Solutions CDM Summary_Eng [29 kb]
Presentation_ECM Centre Kenya_Eng [15 Mb]
Presentation_Renewable Solutions CDM Summary_Fr [32 kb]
Arctic and Canadian vulnerability
To show Canada's shared stewardship of the Arctic with other circumpolar countries, outlining sectoral impacts of other regions. Arctic Climate Impact Assessment progress, and Canadian observation networks & modelling are highlighted, also progress on a Northern Strategy and the Int’l Polar Year
Janet Lomer
Canada
janet.lomer@ec.gc.ca
+1 613 9925 4812
Sat, 03 Dec 2005   
Information networks for small-scale CDM development in Africa
Explores issues surrounding information and networking needs of small-scale CDM developers in Africa, including presentations by several developers and the introduction of a CDM clearinghouse for African projects
Geoffrey Stiles
Climate Action Network International (CAN International)
geoff@cbla.org.za
+27 11 4477879
Sat, 03 Dec 2005   
The railway emissions story
The railway emissions story: the transport sector is a major contributor to global emissions. Modern railways have an excellent emissions advantage. This combined session addresses the positive performance of the railways,the outlook for the future, and the ways reductions are being achieved
Nicholas Vincent
Railway Association of Canada
nicholasv@railcan.ca
+11 613 564 8103
Sat, 03 Dec 2005 
VIA Presentation [840 kb]
CN Presentation [9 Mb]
CPR Presentation [1 Mb]
RAC Presentation [4 Mb]
Agenda [24 kb]
Canada and the post-2012 climate change regime
An exploration of Canadian and international perspectives on Canada’s role in a post-2012 climate change regime, highlighting the challenges associated with balancing diverse regional sensitivities domestically and the interests and priorities of key countries internationally, hosted by IISD
Jo-Ellen Parry
International Institute for Sustainable Development (IISD)
jparry@iisd.ca
+1 204 9587722
Sat, 03 Dec 2005 
Untitled [90 kb]
Agenda [60 kb]
Kokorin: Russia [435 kb]
Drexhage: conclusions [90 kb]
Winkler: SD-PAMs [386 kb]
Cosbey: overview [1 Mb]
Linking emissions trading schemes: economic, ecological and institutional considerations
Linking domestic emission trading schemes may be an option to meet reduction targets more cost-effectively and thus allow for more challenging post-2012 commitments. An assessment of economic consequences and institutional/procedural aspects of different “linking” scenarios will be discussed
Bernd Brouns
Wuppertal Institute for Climate, Environment and Energy
bernd.brouns@wupperinst.org
+49 / 202 - 2492 329
Sat, 03 Dec 2005 
JET-SET-Schuele.pdf [5 Mb]
JET-SET-Anger.pdf [144 kb]
JET-SET-Onigkeit.pdf [440 kb]
JET-SET-Sterk.pdf [193 kb]
Climate insurance
This session will offer cohesive information on opportunities, challenges, and considerations for climate-related insurance mechanisms, within Article 4.8 of the UNFCCC and Article 3.14 of the Kyoto Protocol. The session will provide experiences and concrete next steps for climate insurance
Jeroen Aerts
Free University Amsterdam, Institute for Environmental Studies (IVM-VU)
warner@slf.ch
+41 81 4170 202
Sat, 03 Dec 2005 
Public, private role in clim. insur, A. Dlugolecki [264 kb]
Climate insurance experience in India, Ritu Kumar [203 kb]
Spectrum climate insurance schemes, Joanne Bayer [251 kb]
Introduction to climate insurance, Ian Burton [260 kb]
Criteria for climate insurance, Christoph Bals [317 kb]
Voices from the frontline: climate justice strategies
Panellists from low-income, people of color communities will testify about how global warming is affecting their communities and will offer strategies they are successfully implementing for addressing these inequities at a grassroots and policy level
Diana Abellera
Redefining Progress
abellera@rprogress.org
+1 510 444 3041 301
Sat, 03 Dec 2005   
Renewable solutions - The role of renewable energy and energy efficiency in reducing the risk
Renewable energy and energy efficiency have a key role in reducing the risk of dangerous climate change. This event will present the recommendations from Renewable Solutions, a NGO conference scheduled for December 1 & 2. Visit www.canrea.ca for information
Greg Brown
One Sky - Canadian Insitute of Sustainable Living (ONE SKY)
greg@onesky.ca
+1 250 877 6030
Sat, 03 Dec 2005   
Climate change: why are forward-thinking businesses taking action?
Case studies, presentations from business leaders and a report-back from "Climate Change: The Business Forecast", a UK-hosted event held on 5-6 October
Rachel Solomon Williams
United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland
rachel.solomon-williams@defra.
+44 20 7082 8926
Sat, 03 Dec 2005 
Business Insights [2 Mb]
Jeff Passmore, Iogen [2 Mb]
Terry Townshend, Defra [4 Mb]
Agenda [47 kb]
Daniel Gagnier, Alcan [1 Mb]
Fanny Calder, Corporate Leaders Group [1 Mb]
The past, present and future of the global climate change regime
The event will explore the current state of the international regime on climate change and report on implementation in key regions of the world. Furthermore, it will present a proposal for a viable future framework to prevent dangerous climate change
Sanjay Vashist
Climate Action Network International (CAN International)
sanjay@climatenetwork.org
(49-228) 9268686
Sat, 03 Dec 2005   
Remember Article 4.1 (d)? I am sure you do.
Governments committed to undertake specific actions regarding forests. Forests have the capacity of significantly impacting positively on the climate. The event will share the outcomes of monitoring exercise conducted on some countries regarding the level of implementation of this commitment
Lambert Okrah
The Institute of Cultural Affairs-Ghana
lokrah@yahoo.co.uk
+233 21 224 167
Sat, 03 Dec 2005   
The rhino is charging: climate change, a threat to all of us
Post Kyoto negotiations: Afraica`s priorities
Joshua G. Wairoto
Kenya
joshua_wairoto@yahoo.co.uk
(254-2) 567880-1
Sat, 03 Dec 2005 
opening statement by Bwango Apuuli, chairman, Kenn [30 kb]
THE RHINO IS CHARGING: CLIMATE CHANGE A THREAT TO [12 Mb]
New work from the Annex I Expert Group: CDM, sectoral crediting, tech. co-operation & future options
Implementing sectoral crediting mechanisms in the electricity and aluminium sectors; update on the rapidly growing CDM portfolio; lessons learned from international collaboration on development and diffusion of technologies; critical issues in shaping future approaches to mitigating GHG emissions
Elizabeth Corbett
Norway
elizabeth.corbett@oecd.org
+33 1 4524 7693
Mon, 05 Dec 2005 
The Clean Development Mechanism Portfolio Update [135 kb]
Sectoral Crediting Mechanisms: Electricity & Alum [92 kb]
Integrating Approaches for Future Co-operation [83 kb]
New Commitment Options: Compatibility with ET [194 kb]
Summaries of papers on Agenda [31 kb]
The Annex I Expert Group on the UNFCCC [229 kb]
Basic Agenda [215 kb]
The Least Developed Countries Expert Group 2001-2005
Event organized by the LDC Expert Group, supported by the secretariat, to update participants on the status of preparation/implementation of NAPAs and the support provided by the LEG
Mamadou Moussa Diakhité
Secretariat of the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC)
mdiakhite@unfccc.int
+49 228 815 1332
Mon, 05 Dec 2005 
Presentation [1 Mb]
Water and agriculture knowledge for climate change research – emerging findings and key initiatives
Agriculture and natural resources are key to development and responding to climate change CGIAR-led research offers the climate change community lessons learned for reducing vulnerability to climate change gained from research on agriculture and natural resources in developing countries
Lisa Schipper
International Water Management Institute (IWMI)
l.schipper@cgiar.org
+94112787404
Mon, 05 Dec 2005   
Let’s take a fresh look at nuclear as part of the solution
In talks on climate change, more politicians and scientists call to reconsider the possible role of nuclear. We want to investigate how to use criteria and values in order to make a discussion on a possible role of nuclear effective, without getting stuck into the old deadlock of polarisation
Martin Luthander
European Nuclear Society (ENS)
martin.luthander@vattenfall.co
+46 70 5495441
Mon, 05 Dec 2005   
Local governments' post-Kyoto commitments
What kind of post-Kyoto target are local governments adopting, and what are their policies and measures to achieve both sustainable development and a substantial GHG reduction? How can local governments benefit from the experience of forerunners?
Gotelind Alber
Climate Alliance (Klima-Bündnis)
g.alber@klimabuendnis.org
+49 69 717139 11
Mon, 05 Dec 2005 
Chair Introduction/Conclusion [65 kb]
climate alliance - commitment [597 kb]
climate alliance - intro [3 Mb]
city of heidelberg [2 Mb]
city of cologne [2 Mb]
sacramento-smud [60 kb]
LULUCF in a post 2012 agreement
LULUCF is critical post 2012. Joanneum Research, CIFOR, IPAM, CarboEurope, INSEA and UCS will review challenges and realities of LULUCF and discuss options to improve the current system, include all managed lands, avoid deforestation in developing countries and treat LULUCF with policies & measures
Bernhard Schlamadinger
Joanneum Research (JR)
bernhard.schlamadinger@joanneu
+43 316 876 1340
Mon, 05 Dec 2005 
Presentation Forner [99 kb]
Presentation Kurz [946 kb]
Presentation Sanz [1 Mb]
Presentation Schlamadinger [492 kb]
Agenda [62 kb]
Presentation Murdiyarso [2 Mb]
Development dividend: making the CDM work for developing countries
The clean development mechanism not only addresses climate change but also has other objectives such as including socio-economic and environmental benefits for developing countries through technology transfer and foreign direct investment, thus delivering 'development dividend'
Suruchi Bhadwal
The Energy and Resources Institute (TERI)
suruchib@teri.res.in
+91 11 24682100
Mon, 05 Dec 2005   
The need to expressly integrate ethics into climate change science and economics
This event will examine the practical need to integrate ethics into climate change science and economics while making preliminary ethical analyses of several climate change issues. The program on the ethical dimensions of climate change is a collaboration among nine institutions around the world
Donald A .Brown
Tides Center
brownd@state.pa.us
+1 717 783 8504
Mon, 05 Dec 2005   
Capacity development for CDM (CD4CDM)
Launching of new CDM guidebooks and manuals, progress in project countries, & lessons learned
Sami Kamel
United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP)
sami.kamel@risoe.dk
+45 46775181
Mon, 05 Dec 2005   
No reason to wait
Alan Lloyd, California Environment Secretary, and Jose Goldemberg, Sao Paulo Environment Secretary, show how reducing GHGs in their states is cutting costs and announce a cooperative agreement between Governors Schwarzenegger and Alckmin. The northeast states will discuss how they're leading the way
Heather Kaplan
Northeast States for Coordinated Air Use Management (NESCAUM)
hkaplan@nescaum.org
+1 617 259 2012
Mon, 05 Dec 2005   
Adaptation to climate change in the health sector
The health sector is poorly adapted. Case studies including cost benefit analysis and policy analysis will be showing this
Bettina Menne
World Health Organization (WHO)
bme@who.it
+39 06 4877546
Mon, 05 Dec 2005   
The future of climate policy: the finance sector perspective
To present the finance sector's view on how climate policy should develop beyond 2012, more specifically emissions policy instruments, reduction targets, and participation of non-Annex I countries
Lisa Petrovic
Insurance Initiative/UNEP
lisa.petrovic@unep.ch
(41-22) 917 8686
Mon, 05 Dec 2005   
Soccer, the CDM and Sauvignon Blanc
Learn about South Africa’s CDM projects and potential from a panel of professionals with actual CDM experience. Lwazikazi Tyani, Director of the South African DNA, will moderate the lively exchange. A wine tasting hosted by one of South Africa’s finest wineries will follow the discussion.
Catherine Lee
South Africa
cathy@go-worldlee.com
+1 207 829 5113
Mon, 05 Dec 2005   
Climate debt: from concept to action
Presentation of a paper applying ecological debt to climate change. The paper assesses how climate debt can be best addressed, particularly in an effective international climate regime and draws together experiences of some of the affected communities to build a wider climate justice movement
Catherine Pearce
Friends of the Earth International (FOEI)
catp@foe.co.uk
(44-20) 7566-1723
Mon, 05 Dec 2005   
Low carbon leaders: examples from the distributed energy sector
Co-hosted by The Climate Group and WADE (World Association for Decentralised Energy), presenting and discussing case studies of successful approaches to reducing emissions and increasing profitability using decentralised energy
Mark Kenber
The Climate Group (TCG)
mkenber@theclimategroup.org
+44 1932 268309
Mon, 05 Dec 2005   
WRI Book Launch: Data and Development in Framing Future Climate Commitments
WRI presents two new climate publications. "Growing in the Greenhouse" examines development strategies as the basis of developing country climate policy. "Navigating the Numbers" presents detailed analysis of worldwide country and sectoral emissions and their implications for climate policy
Jennie Hommel
World Resources Institute (WRI)
jhommel@wri.org
+1 202 729 7718
Mon, 05 Dec 2005   
ISO 14064: international standards for greenhouse gas quantification, reporting and verification
To launch ISO GHG 14064 standards with addresses from the ISO Secretary General, the ISO TC207 Chair, CDM EB members, UNDP officials, the WBCSD and others and convene a Technical Panel with lead negotiators and practioners describing and discussing ISO 14064 content and application
Kevin Boehmer
International Organization for Standardization (ISO)
kevin.boehmer@csa.ca
+1 416 7474080
Mon, 05 Dec 2005 
ISO COP11 Side Event Agenda [42 kb]
ISO COP11 Side Event Slides [227 kb]
A new CDM market in Brazil: structure and opportunities
Implementation of the clean development mechanism and other climate change mitigation actions in Brazil
Marco Tulio Cabral
Brazil
mcabral@mre.gov.br
+55 61 3411 6193 or 6194
Mon, 05 Dec 2005   
CDM: Sustainable development and CERs
Designated national authorities and project participants will share their experiences and information with realization of their first CDM project activities in terms of sustainable development and issuance of certified emission reductions. The participants will also respond to questions and comments
Bilal Anwar
Secretariat of the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC)
banwar@unfccc.int
(49 228) 815 1618
Tue, 06 Dec 2005 
Landfill Gas Extraction and Utilization at the Mat [3 Mb]
Los Algarrobos Hydroelectric Project, Panama [2 Mb]
Methane capture and combustion from swine manure t [15 Mb]
e7 Bhutan Micro Hydro Power CDM Project, Bhutan [3 Mb]
CDM DNA Brazil [544 kb]
CDM DNA China [32 kb]
CDM DNA Peru [1 Mb]
CDM DNA South Africa [242 kb]
Promoting the CDM Developmental Benefits Pembina [2 Mb]
Integrated Capacity Strengthening for CDM JI IGES [448 kb]
CDM Capacity Development Program UNEP risoe [1 Mb]
Improving the functioning of the CDM
Presentation of a report with key messages and policy recommendations resulting from a study and high-level seminar organised under the auspices of the European Climate Platform
Louise van Schaik
Centre for European Policy Studies (CEPS)
louise.van-schaik@ceps.be
+32 2 229 39 84
Tue, 06 Dec 2005 
Speech Marthinus van Schalkwyk, South Africa [149 kb]
Report Improving the CDM [137 kb]
Agenda of the event [103 kb]
Energy and climate change
Wise sustainable global energy policy is a major solution to climate change emissions. The World Energy Council is the only global pan-energy organization, concerned with all energy supply options and uses, while ensuring global energy availability, accessibility and acceptability
Murray J. Stewart
World Environment Center (WEC)
murray.stewart@energy.ca
+1 416 953 0111
Tue, 06 Dec 2005 
World Energy Council Side Event Introduction [116 kb]
World Energy Council Introduction [112 kb]
Performance of Generating Plants - WEC [157 kb]
Energy and Climate Change Study - WEC [144 kb]
Energy Efficiency - WEC [546 kb]
Launching the GHG Protocol for project accounting
Designed for use in any scheme, the GHG Protocol provides requirements and guidance to quantify project-based emission reductions. It is the product of an extensive multi-year, multi-stakeholder partnership between WBCSD and WRI, involving Business, NGOs, Governments and Academia
Kija Kummer
World Business Council for Sustainable Development (WBCSD)
kummer@wbcsd.org
+41 22 839 31 47
Tue, 06 Dec 2005   
Knowledge transfer to reduce GHG emissions -- lessons from the fertilizer industry
The fertilizer industry has long married technical advances and good management to reduce environmental impacts, within a shift from developed to developing countries. What lessons can be drawn from its history building the capacity of managers and farmers across the globe to use new technologies?
Kristen Sukalac
International Fertilizer Industry Association (IFA)
ksukalac@fertilizer.org
+33 1 53 93 05 33
Tue, 06 Dec 2005 
Intro by G. Payette [54 kb]
Technology Transfer in the Fertilizer Industry [285 kb]
Early Adopters: Delivering Environmental Solutions [341 kb]
Mitigating GHGs through Conservation Agriculture [1 Mb]
Climate Change & Crop Productivity [1 Mb]
Knowledge transfer agenda [210 kb]
Development and prospects for JI
With the entering into force of the Kyoto Protocol the role of JI has become increasingly important. A number of countries have already started various JI activities and gained relevant experience in the process
Edwin Aalders
International Emissions Trading Association (IETA)
aalders@ieta.org
+41 22 7370500
Tue, 06 Dec 2005   
Climate change and energy for the poor
The Johannesburg Energy and Poverty Platform (www.JEPP.info) holds a side event on the diverse portfolio of projects of JEPP-partners in the field of renewable energy provision and poverty alleviation
Heleen de Coninck
Energy Research Centre of the Netherlands (ECN)
deconinck@ecn.nl
+31 224 564316
Tue, 06 Dec 2005 
summary [136 kb]
Energizing the MDGs - Olav Kjorven [1 Mb]
Assessing development impacts of energy - Togola [877 kb]
Village electrification in India - De Coninck [339 kb]
Enabling Access to Sustainable Energy - Tellam [339 kb]
Climate context of energy and development - Tellam [146 kb]
Shedding light on CO2 abatement
The IEA will present publications on the role of domestic and international emissions trading in climate policy, CO2 constraints' impacts on oil refineries competitiveness, clean technology deployment in developing countries, and global opportunities to save energy in lighting
Jenny Gell
International Energy Agency (IEA)
Jenny.gell@iea.org
+33 1 40576729
Tue, 06 Dec 2005 
Emissions trading for climate policy [682 kb]
The refinery industry under the EU ETS [1 Mb]
Energy efficiency in lighting-Light's Labor's Lost [1 Mb]
Climate change capacity development (C3D)
The Climate Change Capacity Development (C3D) project has partnered southern training centres in Sri Lanka (Mind), Senegal (Enda) and South Africa (ERC) with UNITAR to help enhance the training capacity of Southern centres of expertise for addressing problems related to CC and SD
Jean-Philippe Thomas
Environnement et Developpement du Tiers-Monde (ENDA-TM)
enda.jp.thomas@gmail.com
+221 33 8222496
Tue, 06 Dec 2005   
Moving forward on climate change: Cananda's plan for honouring their Kyoto commitment
Learn about Canada's innovations: the Climate Fund, Partnership Fund, Large Final Emitters system, and the citizen-engagement program, the One-Tonne Challenge, The plan safeguards our health, greens our communities, protects wild spaces and boosts our economic competitiveness
Pat Dolan
Canada
pat.dolan@ec.gc.ca
+1 613 953 4950
Tue, 06 Dec 2005   
Our changing atmosphere: implications for global security
"Humanity is conducting an unintended, uncontrolled, globally pervasive experiment whose ultimate consequences are second only to global nuclear war." This will be a dialogue on ethical aspects of climate change among parliamentarians and religious leaders with a focus on North American
David G. Hallman
World Council of Churches (WCC)
dhallman@sympatico.ca
+1 416 231 5931 4069
Tue, 06 Dec 2005   
US Climate Action
Representatives from the US will present the areas where real progress on climate action is being made at both the national and local level
Gary Cook
U.S. Climate Action Network (USCAN)
jcoven@climatenetwork.org
+1 202 513 6240
Tue, 06 Dec 2005   
REEEP - unlocking the potential of energy efficiency
A discussion of energy efficiency by REEEP, US Business Council for Sustainable Energy, NAIMA, Econoler International, WWF
Marianne Osterkorn
Renewable Energy and Energy Efficiency Partnership (REEEP)
Marianne.Osterkorn@reeep.org
+431 26026 3679
Tue, 06 Dec 2005   
California's action plan on climate change
In June 2005, Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger announced the world's most ambitious GHG emission reduction targets. CA officials discuss plans to reduce state GHG emissions to 80% below 1990 levels by 2050 & CA businesses share leadership strategies for operating in a non-Kyoto environment
Robyn Camp
Climate Action Reserve
robyn@climateregistry.org
+1 213 891 6931
Tue, 06 Dec 2005 
CA Climate Change Programs - Dian Grueneich, CPUC [58 kb]
CA's Leadership: CC Initiative, Alan LLoyd, C/EPA [228 kb]
Agenda-CA Action Plan on Climate Change [468 kb]
CA Energy & Climate Change Policy - Jim Boyd, CEC [123 kb]
Wealth of poor nations threatened by climate change. Launch of “Wealth of Nations”
Following the G8 Gleneagles Summit, COM+ invites you to participate in a panel discussion on perspectives from civil society, environmental groups, the private sector, the UK as G-8 presidency, and the World Bank, on the challenges of developing an investment framework to mitigate climate change
Kristyn Ebro
World Bank
kebro@worldbank.org
+1 202 458 2736
Tue, 06 Dec 2005   
Climate change adaptation strategies in developing countries: applying new scientific knowledge
Assessments of impacts and adaptation to climate change, a GEF supported project is adding to scientific capacity in over 40 developing countries. Findings from areas including agriculture, water resources, land degradation, coastal zones, human health, and biodiversity will be presented
Mahendra Kumar
United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP)
mahendra.kumar@unep.org
+254 20 62 3489
Tue, 06 Dec 2005   
Adaptation for developing countries
Developing countries being really vulnerable to climate change, the need for going in for adaptation measures early is of utmost importance
R.K.Sethi
India
rksethi@nic.in
+91 11 2436 2252
Tue, 06 Dec 2005   
National frameworks for the world of work
The role of national policy for the world of work and climate change
Lucien Royer
International Confederation of Free Trade Unions (ICFTU)
Royer@tuac.org
(33-1) 5537 3737
Wed, 07 Dec 2005 
T.Union Bullet Point Issues [44 kb]
T.Union Statement to COP11/MOP1 [186 kb]
Agenda & Speakers [53 kb]
BioFuels initiative: moving towards a sustainable energy future
Promoting the use and production of biofuels as an emerging trade and investment opportunity for developing countries
Lalen Lleander
United Nations Conference on Trade and Development (UNCTAD)
lalen.lleander@unctad.org
+41 22 9172116
Wed, 07 Dec 2005 
Partnership with the United Nations Foundation [44 kb]
Experience with Biofuels Projects [183 kb]
Bioenergy for Environment and Development [702 kb]
Global Bioenergy Partnership - Dr. Corrado Clini [1 Mb]
Overview of the BioFuels Initiative [14 Mb]
Opening by Reid Detchon [108 kb]
Programme [28 kb]
South-South Cooperation by Dr. Suani Coelho [245 kb]
Nuclear energy - no solution to climate change
To adress the advocacy for nuclear energy in the fight against climate change, the Heinrich Böll Foundation presents a series of issue papers on nuclear energy. The issue papers give a state of the art overview on nuclear power in the energy sector and its effectiveness to fight climate change.
Joerg Haas
Heinrich Böll Foundation (HBF)
haas@boell.de
+49 30 28534 187
Wed, 07 Dec 2005   
The emerging climate change services sector: a new business constituency
Climate change policy in the UK has given birth to a new business sector which has formed the LCCS group. The side event will showcase this successful community as a model for others around the globe. The event will look at how this sector has begun too influence the policy & business debate
Anthony Hobley
London Climate Change Services (LCCS)
ahobley@c-c-capital.com
+44 207 290 9893
Wed, 07 Dec 2005   
Beyond 2012: A High Level Forum
Ministers and senior business and NGO representatives reflect on post-2012 options from the Climate Dialogue at Pocantico
Christie Jorge-Tresolini
Center for Climate and Energy Solutions (C2ES)
jorgec@pewclimate.org
(1-703) 516 0611
Wed, 07 Dec 2005 
List of Participants [54 kb]
Press Release [104 kb]
Side Event Powerpoint Presentation [150 kb]
Report of the Climate Dialogue at Pocantico [360 kb]
The right to be cold: Inuit defend their human rights in the face of climate change
The eight nations of the Arctic Council agree that, with moderate scenarios of continuing greenhouse gas emissions, Inuit hunting culture will be destroyed in the next 100 years. Inuit are taking steps to defend their right to cultural survival
Paul Crowley
Inuit Circumpolar Conference (ICC)
pcrowley@nv.sympatico.ca
+1 867 979 3396
Wed, 07 Dec 2005   
Climate change: past and future impacts on water
The Hadley Centre will present recent results showing observed changes in temperature, rainfall and river flow. It will also discuss predictions of future climate from a range of sophisticated computer models
Fiona Smith
Hadley Centre
fiona.smith@metoffice.gov.uk
(44-1392) 88 4240
Wed, 07 Dec 2005 
HadleyCentreCOP11 [7 Mb]
Movie1 [4 Mb]
Movie2 [4 Mb]
International sectoral approaches (co-hosted by CPEQ and WBCSD)
CPEQ and WBCSD will explore an industry sector-based approach and it’s potential ability to contribute to combating climate change. Discussion will include the definition of sectors and whether an international sectoral approach is an efficient and viable route to engage more players
Michael Cloghesy
Centre patronal de l'environnement du Quebec (CPEQ)
cpeq@generation.net
+1 514 393 1122
Wed, 07 Dec 2005 
Side Event - International Sectoral Approaches [61 kb]
United States clean energy and climate change partnerships
This side event will showcase partnerships that are advancing clean energy and climate objectives
Drew Nelson
United States of America
nelsonds@state.gov
(1-202) 647-4283
Wed, 07 Dec 2005   
Global cooperation for workable climate policy
A panel of international business leaders will explore the challenges of operating in a balkanized world with some developed countries working to meet Kyoto targets, others addressing climate change outside of Kyoto, and developing countries focused on clean development and technology transfer
Kevin Fay
International Climate Change Partnership (ICCP)
perry@alcalde-fay.com
+703 841 626
Wed, 07 Dec 2005 
Business Perspectives on Climate Change Policy [10 Mb]
Semiconductors and PFCs: Voluntary Does the Trick [483 kb]
Economic Climate for Technology Innovation [187 kb]
Doing Business in Kyoto and Non-Kyoto Countries [1 Mb]
Japan's policies and measures to combat climate change 1-The Kyoto Protocol Target Achievement Plan
The Japanese government presents the Kyoto Protocol Target Achievement Plan adopted by the Cabinet in April 2005, to set forth necessary measures required to ensure the accomplishment of the 6% reduction commitment under the Kyoto Protocol
Kaori Mizuno
Japan
kaori.mizuno@mofa.go.jp
+81 3 5501 8245
Wed, 07 Dec 2005   
The social forum on climate change (Russia)
Kyoto Protocol implementation in the Russian Federation-a civil society perspective. Center for Russian Environmental Policy (CREP) and Environmental Defense (ED)
Gustavo A. Silva-Chavez
Environmental Defense Fund (EDF)
gsilva-chavez@environmentaldef
+1 202 572 3384
Wed, 07 Dec 2005   
Beyond 2012, the process question: how to get there from here
The event will present preliminary result from intra regional exchange on beyond 2012 issue, particularly among the Asia Pacific developing countries. The result will review the existing proposals on future actions, from the point of view of process and institutions
Olivia Tanujaya
Yayasan Pelangi (PELANGI)
olivia@pelangi.or.id
+62 21 573 5020
Wed, 07 Dec 2005 
NIES presentation [1 Mb]
Poverty and climate change [129 kb]
Process towards beyond 2012 [752 kb]
Project introduction [77 kb]
Regional views on future climate regimes
Regional associations will present their views on the development of climate policy and the impact on business in their specific regions
Michael Kelly
Inuit Circumpolar Conference (ICC)
tina.launois@iccwbo.org
+33 1 49 53 29 16
Wed, 07 Dec 2005   
Meeting the climate challenge post-2012: proposals of the International Climate Change Taskforce
How can the Montreal summit initiate new agreement on climate change involving all countries on a fair basis? Debate solutions with the International Climate Change Taskforce, co-chaired by UK MP Stephen Byers and US Senator Olympia Snowe, and hosted by IPPR (UK), CAP (US) and TAI (Australia)
Tim Gibbs
Institute for Public Policy Research (IPPR)
t.gibbs@ippr.org
+44 20 7470 6159
Wed, 07 Dec 2005   
The dialogue on climate change, clean energy and sustainable development
A presentation on the post-Gleneagles dialogue on climate change, clean energy and sustainable development, following its launch at the G8 Gleneagles Summit and the first ministeiral meeting on 1st November 2005
Patrick Whitehead
United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland
patrick.whitehead@defra.gsi.go
+44 20 7082 8157
Wed, 07 Dec 2005   
Japan's policies and measures to combat climate change 2-acceleration and reform of CDM
The Japanese Government highlights its various activities to accelerate CDM. They include JKAP to introduce our action and plan, future CDM to promote energy-related CDM projects through providing wide applicable methodologies
Kaori Mizuno
Japan
kaori.mizuno@mofa.go.jp
+81 3 5501 8245
Wed, 07 Dec 2005   
Development and prospects of AR-CDM: balancing restoration and community development
This side-event will highlight Japan's experience in forest restoration to facilitate AR-CDM projects through public-private partnership and touch upon future prospects for AR-CDM. In addition, an ITTO capacity building programme for such project development will also be discussed
Naka Kenzo
Japan International Forestry Promotion and Cooperation Center (JIFPRO)
kenzo@jifpro.or.jp
+81 3 5689 3450
Thu, 08 Dec 2005   
Private-Public Partnerships: e7's contribution to sustainable development
The e7 Group, a non profit organisation of 10 leading electricity companies from G8 countries, signed partnership agreements at WSSD with UN agencies to support its HCB & project activities. How have these partnerships contributed to the MDGs & how can private sector involvement be further promoted?
E7 Fund
E7 Fund for Sustainable Energy Development
sutherland.gary@hydro.qc.ca
+1 514 392 5642
Thu, 08 Dec 2005 
UNEP-e7 Activities - J. Christensen [1 Mb]
e7 Galapagos Project - D. Welch [836 kb]
e7 Bhutan Project - M. Ikoma & K. Tshering [1 Mb]
UN DESA-e7 Activities - R. Salamat [84 kb]
Introduction - J-P Bouttes [745 kb]
Agenda [195 kb]
Implementation of the Kyoto Protocol in Russia: current status and outlook
Russian officials as well as representatives from business community and NGO will present what have been done so far and what is envisaged for realization of the Kyoto Action Plan, which was adopted by Russian Government in February 2005.
Evgeny Sokolov
National Carbon Sequestration Foundation (NCSF)
sokolovea@ncsf.ru
+7 095 975 78 36
Thu, 08 Dec 2005 
MEDT Pluzhnikov [79 kb]
MNR Ishkov [1 Mb]
RAO UES Pertsovsky [245 kb]
Gazprom Saifullin [286 kb]
NSS Shtemberg [145 kb]
EnvDefence Golub [94 kb]
WB HSchreiber [53 kb]
Panama, where climate leverages businesses for sustainable development
Panama is working to integrate economic growth and nature conservancy. Participants will see how Panama is taking advantage on the carbon market; successful experiences of international groups as well as recent information about upcoming bids for adjudication of environmentally friendly projects
Eduardo Reyes
Panama
cambioclimatico.panama@anam.go
+507 315 0668
Thu, 08 Dec 2005   
Preventing and resolving disputes in flexible mechanism contracts
This side event will give public and private sector delegates a practical guide to issues that may arise in negotiations and implementation of flexible mechanism contracts (ERPAs or CDM/JI related) and how to avoid and resolve any disputes when/if they might arise
Dane Ratliff
Permanent Court of Arbitration (PCA)
dratliff@pca-cpa.org
31703024196
Thu, 08 Dec 2005 
Untitled [248 kb]
Climate change - a development issue?
The Working Group on Climate Change and Development (IIED, ActionAid, CAFOD, CIIR, Friends of the Earth, Greenpeace, IDS, nef, Oxfam, Practical Action, RSPB, Tearfund, WaterAid, WWF etc.) launch AFRICA UP IN SMOKE? and describe how climate change is both an environmental and developmental concern
Hannah Reid
International Institute for Environment and Development (IIED)
hannah.reid@iied.org
(44-20) 7388-2117
Thu, 08 Dec 2005   
BASIC project, CMD, developing countries and future climate policy
Building and strengthening institutional capacities in climate change - Brazil, China, India and South Africa (BASIC). The BASIC team will give presentations and lead discussions with the audience on developing countries, the clean development mechanism and future climate policy
Farhana Yamin
Institute of Development Studies (IDS)
F.Yamin@ids.ac.uk
(44-1273) 877-369
Thu, 08 Dec 2005   
New issues in emission trading - the RGGI model: allocation, offsets, and linkages
The side event, co-sponsorship by Resources for the Future, the World Resources Institute & the Northeast States for Coordinated Air Use Management, focuses on recent developments with respect to RGGI, a cooperative effort by Northeastern and Mid-Atlantic states to reduce carbon dioxide emissions
Ray Kopp
Resources for the Future (RFF)
kopp@rff.org
+1 202 3285059
Thu, 08 Dec 2005   
Implementation of the French action plan and the local climate plans on mitigation and adaptation
Side event with the French Minister of Ecology* and Sustainable Development : annual review of the Climate Plan, the part of local authorities, tools for local authorities such as the carbon assessment and the adpatation strategy (* tbc)
MARIE JAUDET
France
marie.jaudet@cop21.gouv.fr
+33 0 664402246
Thu, 08 Dec 2005 
Bilan carbone British Council [3 Mb]
Bilan carbone CDC [2 Mb]
Bilan carbone Veuve Clicquot [2 Mb]
Bilan carbone de la Ville de Paris [1 Mb]
Presentation du BILAN CARBONE de l'Ademe [1 Mb]
Projet MDP Onyx sur le méthane au Brésil [1 Mb]
Projet MDP Velcan de biogaz en Inde [2 Mb]
Projet MDP Lafarge de Parc éolien au Maroc [2 Mb]
French scenarios by D.Salas of Meteo France [2 Mb]
How can expertise be organised at the internationa [1 Mb]
Initiatives du Group 'Action CO2, par C.Nahon [1 Mb]
Bilan Carbone des collectivites par F. Moisan [2 Mb]
Initiatives de la Region Alsace par A. Zeller [1 Mb]
Discours de la Ministre de l'Ecologie [78 kb]
Appui de la France aux mécanismes de projet [614 kb]
Projet MDP Enerdata de Parc éolien en Tunisie [154 kb]
Projets MDP forestiers d'ONF Chili et Brésil [1 Mb]
Projet MOC Dalkia de biomasse en Lithuanie [2 Mb]
Western U.S. power issues: balancing growth and environmental impacts description
The Western US has one of the largest and fastest growing power pools in the world, crossing eleven state lines, and served by a diverse resource mix. Coal is plentiful and relatively inexpensive. How can demand be served while reducing absolute GHG emissions levels? What can policymakers do?
Jeff Fiedler
Natural Resources Defense Council (NRDC)
jfiedler@nrdc.org
202-289-2419
Thu, 08 Dec 2005   
Central America and the Caribbean: advances in adaptation to climate change
Joint presentation of CATALAC and CCCCC on new developments and approaches in Central America and the Caribbean
Caribbean Community Climate Change Centre
Belize
tdeyal@yahoo.co.uk
+11 501 822 1094
Thu, 08 Dec 2005   
Global cooling: cities take leadership
With the coming into force of the Kyoto Protocol, this ICLEI side event will highlight cities that have taken the lead to effectively implement GHG reduction measures
Michelle Wyman
ICLEI-Local Governments for Sustainability (ICLEI)
michelle.wyman@iclei.org
+1 510 844 0699
Thu, 08 Dec 2005   
Sectoral CDM - loophole or way forward?
While some critiques see problems in transferring project-based methodology to the sectoral scale, supporters hope for a drastic cut in transaction costs and an extra push for policies & measures. We have invited high-level speakers from DC Parties and UN organizations for an exciting discussion
Michael Dutschke
German Emissions Trading Association (BVEK)
michael@e-co2.de
+49 163 299 1858
Fri, 09 Dec 2005 
Axel Michaelowa: Policy CDM [112 kb]
Lessons learnt from emissions trading implementation
This side event includes a comparison of national allocation plans of all EU member states for the first trading period 2005-07, legal aspects of emissions trading and experiences with registries, as well as an overview of monitoring issues plus an analysis of transaction costs
Karoline Rogge
Fraunhofer Institute for Systems and Innovation Research (FhG ISI)
karoline.rogge@isi.fraunhofer.
+49 721 6809126
Fri, 09 Dec 2005 
Australian environmental markets Betz [533 kb]
Legal Issues McCaughey [286 kb]
EU ETS Monitoring Wartmann [1 Mb]
EU NAP Comparison Rogge [632 kb]
Agenda [290 kb]
Regional governments - trans-regional trading alliance
The aim is to develop the capacity of the regional governments and broaden the scope of application of emissions trading within the European Union and outside its boundaries (through JI and CDM)
Izaskun Iriarte Irureta
Network of Regional Governments for Sustainable Development (nrg4SD)
nrg-is@ej-gv.es
+ 34 945 01 98 13
Fri, 09 Dec 2005 
Â?The Flemish Climate Change Conference: Active civ [1 Mb]
Protocole de Kyoto - Mise en Â?uvre en Région Wallo [205 kb]
The role of Regional Governments on Climate Change [487 kb]
Compliance with the Kyoto Protocol for sectors not [172 kb]
Renewable Energies and Climate Change - The region [3 Mb]
Results of CO2 emission trading simulation in Lomb [154 kb]
CDM opportunities in São Paulo [1 Mb]
Regional Sustainable Development Addresing Climate [879 kb]
nrg4SD [196 kb]
nrg4SD Montreal Statement [47 kb]
Adaptive policymaking for agriculture, water resources and climate
Interim results of research conducted in India and Canada exploring the characteristics and mechanisms of public policies that are: robust across a variety of possible futures, rather than optimized for a specific future; and have the ability to adapt to circumstances as they emerge over time
Simon Carter
International Development Research Centre (IDRC)
scarter@idrc.ca
+1 613 236-6163 ext.2562
Fri, 09 Dec 2005   
Arab initiatives on renewable energy
MENAREC I and II have demonstrated the interest and activities of the Arab region in renewable energy. The event is to present the outcomes by Yemen as host of MENAREC I and by Jordan as host of MENAREC II in addition to selected speakers from the region will present the current developments
Mohammad Al-Alem
Jordan
mohd_180@hotmail.com
+962 6 5560113 ext. 144
Fri, 09 Dec 2005   
Argentine cities sing together warning on the climate change
FAE will show the communication experience made in different Argentine cities under the program: "Sing to nature: we sing so that the planet changes", spreading the problem through choral concerts in order to take conscience on the major problems that the climate change is causing to the planet
Lic. Alcira N. Perlini
Fundacion Argentina de Etoecologia (FAE)
info@etoecologia.org.ar
+54 11 4303 1527
Fri, 09 Dec 2005   

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Exhibits list

Theme Organizer Attachments
The Gold Standard - premium quality carbon credits Michael Schlup
Basel Agency for Sustainable Energy (BASE)
michael@cdmgoldstandard.org
+41 612830 916
 
Adaptation to climate change in the Caribbean Anthony Deyal
Caribbean Community Climate Change Centre (CCCCC)
tdeyal@btl.net
+11 501 822 1104
 
inSide climate change publication counter Barbara Black
Secretariat of the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC)
bblack@unfccc.int
+49 221 815-1523
 
Focus on the current status on the greenhouse gases (GHGs) inventories of Japan, GHGs monitoring in the atmosphere and ocean, future climate change predictions using global climate models (GCM), and the current developments of the Asia-Pacific Integrated Models (AIM) Katsunori Hirokane
National Institute for Environmental Studies (NIES)
white.masako@nies.go.jp
+81 29 850 2169
 
Today’s decisions affect tomorrow’s generation and young people’s voices should be heard. ‘SolarGeneration’ youth from around the world highlight the devastating impacts of climate change on their homelands and demand clean energy solutions for a safe and equitable world. Don’t Burn Our Future! Stephanie Tunmore
Greenpeace International (GREENPEACE)
stephanie.tunmore@uk.greenpeac
+44 77 9694 7451
 
Adaptation to climate change by the 15 member states of the Caribbean Community Anthony Deyal
Caribbean Community Secretariat (CARICOM)
tdeyal@caribbeanclimate.org
+11 501 822 1104
 
Geothermal energy : examples of geothermal technologies and their applications in the residential, agricultural, commercial, institutional and industrial sectors, as a major instrument for energy saving and greenhouse gas emission reduction(In cooperation with GCC, CETAF and ALQPA) Dominique Neuman
Energy Strategies (ES)
energie@mlink.net
+1 514 849 4007
 
Climate change and the World of Work Lucien Royer
International Confederation of Free Trade Unions (ICFTU)
Royer@tuac.org
(33-1) 5537 3737
T.Union COP11 News Compilation [206 kb]
T.Union Statement to COP11/MOP1 [186 kb]
T.Union Bullet Point Issues for COP11/MOP1 [44 kb]
Gender and climate change. Showcasing the linkages between gender equality and climate change and display outcomes and publications on this issue. It aims to inform participants about the need to take into account gender aspects in climate change policies and measures Ulrike Roehr
LIFE e.V.
roehr@life-online.de
+49 179 2031511
 
New WBCSD initiatives, research and information: the WBCSD is a coalition of 170 international companies united by a shared commitment to sustainable development via the three pillars of economic growth, ecological balance and social progress Kija Kummer
World Business Council for Sustainable Development (WBCSD)
kummer@wbcsd.org
+41 22 839 31 47
 
Display of IPCC publications Renate Christ
WMO/UNEP Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC)
ipcc-sec@wmo.int
+41 22 7308254
 
Highlighting the CEESE's work on the European Union Emissions Trading System as a regional market-based instrument for the reduction of greenhouse gas emissions in a global context Veronique Choquette
Universite Libre de Bruxelles, Centre d'Etudes Economiques et Sociales de l'Environnement (ULB - CEESE)
vchoquet@ulb.ac.be
+32 2 650 35 88
 
Satellite data can support the UNFCCC requirements in many ways, from providing country/region specific information on LULUCF/CDM activities to globally monitoring several variables of interest to climate change Espen Volden
European Space Agency (ESA)
Espen.Volden@esa.int
+39 06 94180 672
 
Local governments' climate protection activities in Europe Gotelind Alber
Climate Alliance (Klima-Bündnis)
g.alber@klimabuendnis.org
+49 69 717139 11
 
Presentation of IETA and its work in the various GHG markets Edwin Aalders
International Emissions Trading Association (IETA)
aalders@ieta.org
+41 22 7370500
 
IGES displays its recent publications and offers information on environmental issues in general and climate policy in particular, with a focus on the Asia-Pacific region Ancha Srinivasan
Institute for Global Environmental Strategies (IGES)
ancha@iges.or.jp
(81-468) 55 3810
 
Activities of the Energy Research Centre of the Netherlands (ECN) Heleen de Coninck
Energy Research Centre of the Netherlands (ECN)
deconinck@ecn.nl
+31 224 564316
 
The exhibit will provide economic and environmental data on the role of decentralised (on-site) power generation in providing cost-effective carbon emission reductions, with an emphasis on emerging economies. It will include output data from WADE's Economic Model runs for several countries Jeff Bell
World Alliance for Decentralized Energy (WADE)
jeff.bell@localpower.org
+44 131 625 3333
 
Hydropower and climate change mitigation Richard Taylor
International Hydropower Association (IHA)
rmt@hydropower.org
+44 20 8288 1918
 
Pew Center will distribute recent reports on international and domestic policy, science, economics and solutions to climate change Christie Jorge-Tresolini
Center for Climate and Energy Solutions (C2ES)
jorgec@pewclimate.org
(1-703) 516 0611
 
Projects of the e7, a non profit group of 10 leading electricity companies from G8 countries dedicated to environmental protection & sustainable energy development, are showcased. Included are exhibits on the e7 Bhutan project, a registered CDM, the Galapagos Project & the e7 Scholarship Programme. E7 Fund
E7 Fund for Sustainable Energy Development
sutherland.gary@hydro.qc.ca
+1 514 392 5642
 
On the occasion of the formation of the new German government, the BVEK presents its members' activities. Learn more about project-based mechanisms initiated by German partners and the national implementation of the EU Emissions Trading System Michael Dutschke
German Emissions Trading Association (BVEK)
michael@e-co2.de
+49 163 299 1858
 
Addressing climate change mitigation and vulnerability and adaptation in developing countries - India Suruchi Bhadwal
The Energy and Resources Institute (TERI)
suruchib@teri.res.in
+91 11 24682100
 
Climate Technology Initiative (CTI) will highlight its recent activities Taiki Kuroda
International Center for Environmental Technology Transfer (ICETT)
kuroda@icett.or.jp
+81 593 293500
 
Global warming countermeasures of Japan's electric power companies Hoku Saito
Federation of Electric Power Companies (FEPC)
saitoh@fepc.or.jp
(81-3) 3279-2188
 
To provide and display information on CPEQ Michael Cloghesy
Centre patronal de l'environnement du Quebec (CPEQ)
cpeq@generation.net
+1 514 393 1122
 
The National Center for Atmospheric Research is a federally funded research and development center. Together with its partners at universities and research centers, NCAR is dedicated to understanding the atmosphere and its interactions with the Sun, the oceans, the biosphere, and human society Anne Blondeel-Oman
University Corporation for Atmospheric Research (UCAR)
anneoman@ucar.edu
+1 303 497 1117
 
Sustainable development, clean energy, and climate change Drew Nelson
United States of America
nelsonds@state.gov
(1-202) 647-4283
 
UNDP stand Brian Dawson
United Nations Development Programme (UNDP)
brian.dawson@undp.org
(1-212)906-6042
 
Since the early 1990s Canadian railways have achieved an excellent emissions record, despite a major growth in activity. This session looks at the railways’ emissions performance to date, the outlook for the future, and the ways reductions are being achieved Nicholas Vincent
Railway Association of Canada
nicholasv@railcan.ca
+11 613 564 8103
 
Display of the CAN member publications and ECO news letter Sanjay Vashist
Climate Action Network International (CAN International)
sanjay@climatenetwork.org
(49-228) 9268686
 
Japanese contribution of scientific research and observation to cope with climate change Kaori Mizuno
Japan
kaori.mizuno@mofa.go.jp
+81 3 5501 8245
 
Showcasing cost effective clean energy technology solutions to greenhouse gas reduction -- business and trade associations from North America, UK, Australia and EU Lisa Jacobson
Business Council for Sustainable Energy (BCSE)
ljacobson@bcse.org
+1 202 7850507
 
Presentation of latest research and policy papers on climate policy issues by Hamburg Institute Axel Michaelowa
Hamburg Institute of International Economics
a-michaelowa@hwwa.de
+49 40 4283 4309
 
The David Suzuki Foundation's climate change and clean energy program promotes sustainable solutions to our energy needs, from renewable sources like wind and solar power, to energy efficiency and improved public transportation Brian Yourish & Morag Carter
David Suzuki Foundation
byourish@davidsuzuki.org
+1 604 732 4228
 
The National Institute of Ecology, supported financially by the UNDP, created the first Clearing House on Climate Change as an information network in Spanish, in order to fulfil the obligations of Mexico on education and public awareness Alejandra Lopez Carbajal
Mexico
alejandra.lopez@semarnat.gob.m
(52-55) 54902100 x 14512
 
Highlighting the climate change and energy work of the International Institute for Sustainable Development - from the carbon market to adaptation to post-2012 scenarios - in Canada and around the world. IISD's Reporting Services division will also display its publications and information resources Jo-Ellen Parry
International Institute for Sustainable Development (IISD)
jparry@iisd.ca
+1 204 9587722
 
The Wuppertal Institute provides information material on a wide range of issues such as the Kyoto mechanisms, the EU emissions trading scheme, equity considerations in the UNFCCC process and post-2012 policy options Bernd Brouns
Wuppertal Institute for Climate, Environment and Energy
bernd.brouns@wupperinst.org
+49 / 202 - 2492 329
 
The Arctic Climate Impact Assessment (ACIA) confirms previous findings on global warming: The Arctic climate is changing faster than the climate in the rest of the world. Center for International Climate and Environmental Research - Oslo will present findings from the ACIA study Tove Kolset
Center for International Climate and Environmental Research (CICERO)
tove.kolset@cicero.uio.no
+47 22 85 87 84
 
Presentation of : - the Francophone partnership initiative for CDM : «IFP-MDP», - the "Climate change and CDM gateways" of the Francophone worldwide information system on sustainable development : www.mediaterre.org/climat and www.iepf.org/ifp-mdp, - IEPF publications on climate change and CDM. Louis-Noël J Jail
Agence intergouvernementale de la Francophonie (AIF)
ln.jail@iepf.org
+1 418) 692 5727 # 232
 
This exhibit will emphasize on-going supply-side & demand-side efforts to address the challenge of managing GHG emissions while ensuring efficient, reliable, and affordable power services. Electricity and energy industry associations from five regions will participate, providing a global context. Clement Ng
Canadian Electricity Association (CEA)
cng@canelect.ca
+1 613 230 9408
 
Institute of Development Studies Programme on Climate Change Farhana Yamin
Institute of Development Studies (IDS)
F.Yamin@ids.ac.uk
(44-1273) 877-369
 
IUCN - The World Conservation Union (presented by IUCN-Canada) L'UICN - Union mondiale pour la nature (présentée par UICN-Canada) Maria Socorro Manguiat
International Union for Conservation of Nature (IUCN)
maria.manguiat@iucn.org
(49-228) 2692 227
 
WRI presents its publications and climate work. Jennie Hommel
World Resources Institute (WRI)
jhommel@wri.org
+1 202 729 7718
 
Cool Canada Café: Sip or snack while following the Conference on the big screen. Take cool video tours of Canada’s stunning landscapes. Talk to our team about Canada's climate science, solutions and more, that promise a healthier, greener future for all – what could be cooler than that? Marie-Josee Carroll
Canada
marie-josee.carroll@ec.gc.ca
+1 514 299 7320
 
Providing information and access to all the latest IPIECA work and reports and providing the opportunity to talk to the IPIECA secretariat and members Tim Stileman
International Petroleum Industry Environmental Conservation Association (IPIECA)
Tim.stileman@ipieca.org
(44-20) 7633 2378
 
Introduction of the CDM/JI programme of Ministry of the Environment, Japan, focusing on CDM/JI Feasibility Study (FS) Projects implemented by GEC with undertaking Japanese companies and NGOs. Publication "CDM Manual for Project Developers and Policy Makers", and CDM/JI FS results will be provided Tomoya Motoda
Global Environment Centre (GEC)
cdm-fs@gec.jp
+81-6-6915-4121
 
Climate Change Kiosk: with the primary goal to provide information about the climate change process and the secretariat. Sharon Taylor
Secretariat of the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC)
staylor@unfccc.int
(49-228) 815-1003
 
The exhibit shows how Sweden has been able to acheive progress in lowering its carbon dioxide emissions. Jessica Cederberg Wodmar
Sweden
jessica.c.wodmar@naturvardsver
+46 8 698 16 33
 
Display of publications and supply of information on agriculture, forestry, fisheries and sustainable development by FAO (Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations) Michele Bernardi
Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO)
michele.bernardi@fao.org
+39 6 57052442
 
The Hadley Centre will present recent results showing observed changes in temperature, rainfall and river flow. It will also reveal predictions of future climate from a range of sophisticated computer models Fiona Smith
Hadley Centre
fiona.smith@metoffice.gov.uk
(44-1392) 88 4240
 
Clean coal technology; zero emissions from coal Christine Copley
World Coal Association (WCA)
ccopley@worldcoal.org
+44 20 8246 6611
 
IEA publications Jenny Gell
International Energy Agency (IEA)
Jenny.gell@iea.org
+33 1 40576729
 
Today's topics of the global gas industry Peter Kjaer Storm
International Gas Union (IGU)
pks@dong.dk
+45 45 17 12 00
 
France: taking action in response to the climate change challenge : climate plan, research, local climate plans, industry ... MARIE JAUDET
France
marie.jaudet@cop21.gouv.fr
+33 0 664402246
 
Keep Kyoto on track: the transport sector causes around 20% of global CO2-emissions. It is the sector with the highest growth globally. The different transport modes have to cooperate to create sustainable transport systems with the CO2-advantage of rail and public transport as the backbone Margrethe Sagevik
International Union of Railways (UIC)
sagevik@uic.org
+33 1 44492035
 
Publications/material of the World Bank Carbon Finance Business Mahua Acharya
World Bank
macharya@worldbank.org
+1 202 458 2874
 
Recent publications and material from the Center for Clean Air Policy's climate change projects. Jake Schmidt
Center for Clean Air Policy (CCAP)
jschmidt@ccap.org
(1-202) 408-9260
 
A display of some of the work and campaigns of Friends of the Earth International Catherine Pearce
Friends of the Earth International (FOEI)
catp@foe.co.uk
(44-20) 7566-1723
 
International Institute for Environment and Development Climate Change Programme Hannah Reid
International Institute for Environment and Development (IIED)
hannah.reid@iied.org
(44-20) 7388-2117
 
California Climate Action Registry:leadership and lessons learned, from the real-life laboratory of California Robyn Camp
Climate Action Reserve
robyn@climateregistry.org
+1 213 891 6931
 
Korea's GHG reduction drive - GHG reduction researches and projects of energy and industry sector by KEMCO - GHG reduction actions of Korean firms - Operational Entity for CDM projects Kyu Yong Ko
Republic of Korea
adidas717@naver.com
+82 31 260 4832
 
Africa Day: Highlights of issues African, from mitigation and adaptation, science to policy, and views of different stakeholders including indigenous groups and journalists. Publications will be displayed and different people will be present to interact with delegates. Paul V. Desanker
Malawi
desanker@psu.edu
+1 814 865 1748
 
Fossil of the day Joelle Dupras
Équiterre
jdupras@equiterre.qc.ca
+1 514 522 2000, poste 243
 
The International Development Research Centre (IDRC) is a Canadian public corporation that works in close collaboration with researchers from the developing world in their search for the means to build healthier, more equitable, and more prosperous societies. Francine Bouchard Marc-Olivier Bergeron M. O'Neill
International Development Research Centre (IDRC)
fbouchard@idrc.ca
+1 613 236 6163 ext. 2101
 
The activities of Climate Change Programme of the REC (Regional Environmental Center for Central and Eastern Europe)are presented. It acts as Regional Secretariat of REEEP ( Renewable Energy and Energy Efficiency Partnership) in CEE. Zsuzsanna Ivanyi
Regional Environmental Center for Central and Eastern Europe (REC)
Zivanyi@rec.org
+36 20 5532639
 
Renewable energy and energy efficiency policy and regulation Marianne Osterkorn
Renewable Energy and Energy Efficiency Partnership (REEEP)
Marianne.Osterkorn@reeep.org
+431 26026 3679
 
Successful approaches to reducing greenhouse gas emissions Mark Kenber
The Climate Group (TCG)
mkenber@theclimategroup.org
+44 1932 268309
 
The challenge and opportunity of an industrial city: how does Kaohsiung City need to more involved in global efforts on climate change? Ichin Cheng
Green Club
b89102022@ntu.edu.tw
+44 1252 722 162
 
Contraction & Convergence. Structured negotiations within a Global Cap. Tim Helweg-Larsen
Global Commons Institute (GCI)
tim@gci.org.uk
+44 (0)208 5204742
 
RÉSEAU environment is a leading professional association for Quebec’s environmental industry. Our mission is to ensure the advancement of science and technology, the promotion of expertise and the support of environmental activities, with a view towards sustainable development Raphael Bruneau
Réseau environnement
rbruneau@reseau-environnement.
+1 514 270 7110 233
 
Information on GEF Activities in Climate Change Christine Woerlen
Global Environment Facility (GEF)
cwoerlen@thegef.org
+1(202)4735196
 
World Wide Fund for Nature (WWF), Global Climate Change Programme Giulio Volpi
WWF (WWF)
giulio@wwf.org.br
+556133647485
 
Present our work, which consists on helping offset the Greenhouse gases emitted by human activities that can range from complex industrial processes to simply driving a car, with reforestation projects in riparian areas in Brazil that need to be recovered. Additional info: thegreeninitiative.com David Dieguez
Brazil
david@thegreeninitiative.com
+55 11 3444 3877
 
Free documents and CD roms on climate change from the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) and the Annex I Expert Group Elizabeth Corbett
Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD)
elizabeth.corbett@oecd.org
+33 1 45247693
 
The operational entities are an essential part of the CDM institutional infrastructure. The booth will provide an opportunity for them to introduce themselves and provide information about their services to the participants at COP 11 and COP/MOP1 Bilal Anwar
Secretariat of the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC)
banwar@unfccc.int
(49 228) 815 1618
 
WMO publications display Vicky Hanson
World Meteorological Organization (WMO)
vhanson@wmo.int
(41-22) 730-8314/15
 
Information display. The EU presidency is coordinating events relating to the European Union in their pavilion on Level 2 Hywel Lewis
United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland
hywel.lewis@DEFRA.GSI.GOV.UK
+44 207 082 8140
 
The Earth Council Learning Center is a state-of-the-art, global e-learning center offering courses on climate change, global trade, biodiversity and sustainability. It also hosts several training programs, including the UNFCCC’s training program for reviewers of Greenhouse Gas inventories Gina Vea
Earth Council (EC)
gina.vea@earthcouncil.com
+41 76 421 49 66
 
Young Generation in Nuclear (YGV) will provide information regarding nuclear energy and its contribution to mitigating climate change Hans Korteweg
Forum atomique européen (FORATOM)
hans.korteweg@foratom.org
+32 2 505 3224
 
Presentation of information on climate protection in German technical cooperation Anja Wucke
Germany
alutz@unfccc.int
+49 619679 1376
 
This exhibit will provide information to delegates regarding the structuring of flexible mechanism contracts to avoid and resolve disputes when/if they might arise Dane Ratliff
Permanent Court of Arbitration (PCA)
dratliff@pca-cpa.org
31703024196
 
Ecologica Institute / Social Carbon and Hexagon - Tools created to assess and manage all data related to CDM projects Thiago Borma Chagas
Ecologica Institute
thiago@ecologica.ws
+55 11 5083 3252
 
The post-Gleneagles Dialogue on Climate Change, Clean Energy and Sustainable Development, its launch at the G8 Gleneagles Summit and its first ministerial meeting on 1st November 2005 Patrick Whitehead
United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland
patrick.whitehead@defra.gsi.go
+44 20 7082 8157