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Title/theme/speakers Organizer Date Attachments
Investment and financial flows to address climate change - presentation of paper
Assessment undertaken by the UNFCCC secretariat of investment and financial flows relevant to the development of an effective and appropriate international response to climate change
Maria Netto
Secretariat of the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC)
sseth@unfccc.int
+49 228 815 1430
Mon, 03 Dec 2007   
Vulnerability, adaptation, energy resilience:  tools to reinforce energy system resiliency
Discuss points of vulnerability as they relate to climate change and sketch changes needed to increase resilience. Recommendations will be incorporated into an on-going project to develop tools that assess and increase energy system resiliency in developing countries
Laura Williamson
HELIO International (HELIO)
laura.williamson@helio-interna
+1 252 3558710
Mon, 03 Dec 2007   
Understanding the CDM: finding the way through the maze of rules
Presentation of CDM guide book - the reference for project developers
Axel Michaelowa
ClimateNet
michaelowa@perspectives.cc
+41 44 8204208
Mon, 03 Dec 2007 
Key elements of guidebook on rules for key meths [460 kb]
COP side event Requirements for successful M&V [721 kb]
Challenges in CDM methodology development &applic. [389 kb]
Mitigation potential for Australia, or: should Australia receive a special deal?
An exploration of what mitigation potential exists for Australia, sector by sector, and what targets it would be fair for Australia to accept in a post 2012 regime
Julie-Anne Richards
Climate Action Network Australia (CANA)
julieanne@cana.net.au
+61 2 8202 1215
Mon, 03 Dec 2007   
Building grassroots power for action on global warming: Sierra Club's Cool Cities and other models
The constructive engagement of civil society is essential at the national and local level. Examples presented in this side event include the Sierra Club's grassroots citizen based Cool Cities Campaign which has helped achieve climate change commitments from over 200 US and Canadian cities
Glen Besa
Sierra Club - US
glen.besa@sierraclub.org
+11 804 225 9113-104
Mon, 03 Dec 2007 
Cool Cities Factsheet [345 kb]
Cool Cities Factsheet in Spanish [287 kb]
Cool Cities Activist Toolkit [176 kb]
US Mayors Climate Protection Agreement [241 kb]
Cool Counties Declaration [33 kb]
Side Event Program Agenda [57 kb]
Sierra Club Canada Guide to COP13 [690 kb]
Overcoming the communication deficit: how Panos is encouraging debate on climate change in the South
Panos supports the media and marginalized communities in developing countries to increase public understanding and debate on climate change issues. Lessons from projects show how better communication can achieve greater inclusion of Southern needs and voices in decisions about climate change
Rod Harbinson
Panos
rod.harbinson@panos.org.uk
+44 207 2397607
Mon, 03 Dec 2007   
Global warming and human rights: perspectives of Inuit and other vulnerable peoples
In 2005 Sheila Watt Cloutier and 62 other Inuit filed a petition against the US with the Inter-American Commission on Human Rights. The Commission held a hearing March 2007. Other vulnerable communities are now considering similar action. This event will discuss such options and strategies
Craig A. Hart
Center for International Environmental Law (CIEL)
chart@ciel.org
+1 202 742 5845
Mon, 03 Dec 2007   
Trade, agrofuels and climate change
A workshop that explores the relations between trade negotiations, the promotion of agrofuels and climate change, as well as its impacts on the environment and livelihood of communities
Maria Theresa N. Lauron
Ibon Foundation Inc. (IBON)
tlauron@ibon.org
+632 9 2770 6062-202
Mon, 03 Dec 2007   
Climate change and hunger: WFP in the frontlines of climate change adaptation and mitigation
Every day WFP fights hunger and destitution brought on by floods, droughts and other extreme events caused or spurred by climate change. This side-event will outline the range and depth of WFP's activities that contribute to climate change adaptation and mitigation
Sabine Bongi
World Food Programme (WFP)
sabine.bongi@wfp.org
+39 06 65 13 28 73
Mon, 03 Dec 2007 
Climate Change and Hunger - WFP and Adaptation [2 Mb]
Key issues and challenges for the post 2012 Kyoto regime
What are the key issues and challenges in developing the post-2012 regime?
Lim Li Lin
Third World Network (TWN)
twnkl@po.jaring.my
+603 2300 2585
Mon, 03 Dec 2007 
Untitled [27 kb]
Weaving the way for REDD in Bolivia: past and current experiences to measure and account emissions
This event will present the experiences in leakage measurement from the Noel Kempff Mercado project, as well as present current initiatives to develop reference scenarios for deforestation and degradation
Gisela Ulloa
Bolivia (Plurinational State of)
giselau@mail.megalink.com
+591 2 211 6349
Mon, 03 Dec 2007   
Act now! Trans-sectoral business calls for action on climate change
Building self confidence for European and US businesses to play a proactive role in combating climate change
Julio Lambing
European Business Council for Sustainable Energy (e5)
julio.lambing@e5.org
+49 177 8389322
Mon, 03 Dec 2007 
Business Call for Action on Climate Change [603 kb]
BCSE US Federal Climate Change Position Statement [1 Mb]
2° -German CEOs for Climate Protection [95 kb]
Statement Intern. Carbon Investors & Services [35 kb]
3C - A Business Leaders Initiative [107 kb]
Presentation "Initiative 2°" by Ignacio Campino [123 kb]
The ITT Initiative: keeping the oil in the ground
The proposal known as Ishpingo, Tambococha, Tiputini (ITT) is to keep circa to one billion barrels of heavy crude in the ground
Juan Andres Salvador
Ecuador
jsalvador@ambiente.gov.ec
+593 2 256 3422
Mon, 03 Dec 2007   
Financing Adaptation Action: GEF projects under the SPA, the LDCF, and the SCCF
The GEF will report on progress in developing and implementing adaptation projects, including under the LDCF, the SCCF and the SPA
Richard H Hosier
Global Environment Facility (GEF)
rhosier@thegef.org
+1 202 458 0290
Tue, 04 Dec 2007   
Joint Implementation Supervisory Committee (JISC): question and answer session
The JISC will explain its work programme and the progress made so far, and answer questions from the audience
Michaela Koch
Secretariat of the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC)
mkoch@unfccc.int
+49 228 815 1696
Tue, 04 Dec 2007 
Work accomplished and challenges ahead [124 kb]
Financial status of JI activities [78 kb]
IPCC contribution to the NWP - Activities of the TGICA & resources available on the IPCC DDC
Introduction to the activities and services provided by the IPCC Task Group for Data and Scenario Support for Impacts and Climate Analysis (TGICA), demonstration of data, scenarios and tools available on the DDC, and a quick overview of where NWP relevant information can be found in the IPCC AR4
Renate Christ
WMO/UNEP Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC)
ipcc-sec@wmo.int
+41 22 7308254
Tue, 04 Dec 2007   
Linkages among emissions trading schemes and with offset projects
This side event will summarize research on the linkage of the EU-ETS with other trading systems setting a focus on legal, economic and institutional questions. Also indirect linkages via the CDM, and options and barriers for linking Emissions Trading Schemes to offset markets will be discussed
Andreas Tuerk
Climate Strategies
andreas.tuerk@joanneum.at
+43 316 876 1337
Tue, 04 Dec 2007 
Agenda [1 Mb]
Bridging the transatlantic divide, Mehling [796 kb]
CDM performance, Michaelowa [376 kb]
Views from Australia, Jotzo [314 kb]
Breaking up is not so hard to do, Haites [48 kb]
Pacific islands and Torres Strait call out
Representatives from the Torres Strait, I-Kiribati and the Carteret Islands will give presentations on the effects of climate change, supplemented by stories, dance and locally produced videos about their island home and the rising waters
Tony Mohr
Australian Conservation Foundation (ACF)
t.mohr@acfonline.org.au
+61 2 8270 9908
Tue, 04 Dec 2007   
NGO BALI mandate
An NGO assessment of what a post-2012 framework should look like
Karim Harris
Climate Action Network International (CAN International)
karim@climnet.org
+32 229 5225
Tue, 04 Dec 2007   
Vulnerability, adaptation, resilience: cutting-edge science for informed decisions
The IHDP network has been shaping the global discourse for understanding large-scale environmental change phenomena such as climate change. Concepts of vulnerability, resilience, and adaptation are cutting-edge and particularly fruitful in this regard - both for science and practice
Andreas Rechkemmer
United Nations University (UNU)
mullin@ihdp.unu.edu
+49 228 815 0602
Tue, 04 Dec 2007 
Agenda [89 kb]
IHDP [288 kb]
START [1 Mb]
Towards a strategy for sustainable production and trade of bioenergy
Dialogue jointly organised by International Centre for Trade and Sustainable Development (ICTSD), IEA Bioenergy Task 40 and Stockholm Environment Institute (SEI) on policies and strategies for advancing sustainable development objectives in the context of international trade in bioenergy
Moustapha Kamal Gueye
International Centre for Trade and Sustainable Development (ICTSD)
gkamal@ictsd.ch
+41 22 917 8754
Tue, 04 Dec 2007 
Linking trade, Climate change and energy [1 Mb]
Brazilian Experience_Thelma Krug_Brazil [976 kb]
Policy and Trade Issues_M. Kamal Gueye_ICTSD [280 kb]
Agro-energy and Trade_Francis X. Johnson_SEI [497 kb]
Environment_ John Christensen_UNEP Riso Center [423 kb]
Summary of Event [18 kb]
Agenda/Speakers [56 kb]
Reducing emissions from deforestation: moving towards a mechanism for the second commitment period
Greenpeace sets out the basis for a mechanism to reduce emissions from tropical deforestation in developing countries while protecting biodiversity and also presents a concept for immediate forest conservation based on voluntary funding and credible land-use planning in forest-rich regions
Stephanie Tunmore
Greenpeace International (GREENPEACE)
stephanie.tunmore@uk.greenpeac
+44 77 9694 7451
Tue, 04 Dec 2007   
Introduction of Korean GHG emission reductions registry
An overview of Korean GHG reduction registration procedure and modalities and assessment of Korean GHG certified emission reduction
Dong-sik Shin
Republic of Korea
iamdongsik@kemco.or.kr
+82 31 260 4547
Tue, 04 Dec 2007 
Korea GHG emission reduction registration program [920 kb]
Analysis & case studies of GHG reduction projects [966 kb]
Korea Carbon & Credit Fund [979 kb]
Forest protection - scientific basis and policy implications for a post 2012 climate agreement
An Indonesian-led alliance has called for countries with tropical forests to be compensated for not logging them. Boreal and temperature forests also warrant consideration. Here, the role of natural forests in the global carbon cycle is reviewed and policy implications post 2012 examined
Tammy-Jo Sutton
The Wilderness Society
Tammy-Jo.sutton@wilderness.org
0813 1682 8776
Tue, 04 Dec 2007 
expected outcome of side event [24 kb]
Untitled [124 kb]
Corporate and individual social responsibility - lessons learnt from the voluntary carbon market
How individuals, companies and NGOs shape the global carbon market through their voluntary actions, especially by supporting small-scale projects with high sustainability benefits (example of a designated CDM project in Bali). Can the CDM learn from the demand in the voluntary market?
Alain Schilli
myclimate
alain.schilli@myclimate.org
+41 44 633 7750
Tue, 04 Dec 2007 
Program Side Event [26 kb]
Joint side event of EGTT and Climate Technology Initiative (CTI)
Expert Group on Technology Transfer (EGTT) event on - Technology Needs Assessment; Innovative Financing and Adaptation Technology
Kok Kee Chow
EGTT
kkchow111@gmail.com
+601 2216 2562
Tue, 04 Dec 2007   
Reducing deforestation in Indonesia, Sierra Leone and Paraguay: the BirdLife experience
Speakers from Burung Indonesia, The Conservation Society of Sierra Leone, Guyra Paraguay and the Royal Society for the Protection of Birds, will discuss their practical experiences in forest conservation and how a REDD regime might apply to them
John Lanchbery
BirdLife International (BL)
john.lanchbery@rspb.org.uk
+44 1767 680551
Tue, 04 Dec 2007   
Negotiating a post-Kyoto climate treaty: lessons from the Montreal Protocol's ozone success
Presentation of lessons from the Montreal Protocol's success in protecting the ozone, including its governance structure, financial and technology transfer mechanisms, and other features key to its effectiveness in solving global environmental problems through international cooperation
Scott J. Stone
Sweden
sstone@inece.org
+1 202 338 1300
Tue, 04 Dec 2007 
Participants & Agenda [77 kb]
Introduction Presentation [174 kb]
Ozone Secretariat Presentation [2 Mb]
Madhava Sarma Presentation [49 kb]
Climate change & food security
FAO & Stockholm Environment Institute
Tom Downing
Sustainable Energy Institute (SEI)
oxfordsei@gmail.com
+44 1865 428 427
Tue, 04 Dec 2007   
CDM Executive Board: Question and Answer session
The Executive Board of the CDM will report on its activities and answer questions from the audience
Mong-Quyen Tran-Phuc
Secretariat of the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC)
qtran-phuc@unfccc.int
+49 228 815 1613
Wed, 05 Dec 2007   
Land use, climate and development: understanding the linkages and finding solutions
As the world works on addressing the consequences of climate change, efforts are ongoing to understand how climate is impacted by other developments, including: land-use change and the preservation of forests, energy sources such as biofuels and carbon accounting generally
Natalie Bushell
World Resources Institute (WRI)
nbushell@wri.org
+1 202 729 7670
Wed, 05 Dec 2007   
National climate policy in Belarus: domestic measures complemented with Kyoto mechanisms
Belarus has established a framework to accommodate Kyoto mechanisms and help the use of GHG mitigation potential. The National Climate Programme contains a number of measures to be implemented through domestic efforts, JI projects, GIS, and voluntary emission reduction initiatives
Alexandre Grebenkov
Belarus
sasha_grebenkov@mail.ru
+375 29 6852338
Wed, 05 Dec 2007 
National climate policy in Belarus (presentation) [1 Mb]
Climate change and land degradation: securing finance for rural poor for adaptation and mitigation
How to integrate better climate change and land degradation with rural poverty reduction focussing on rural poor
Alejandro Kilpatrick
International Fund for Agricultural Development (IFAD)
a.kilpatrick@ifad.org
+39 06 54592 5254
Wed, 05 Dec 2007   
Improved decision making for climate adaptation: providing a science base
WMO, GCOS and WCRP will describe a science-based approach to adaptation to climate variability and change and clarify how climate observation and modelling skills can help provide the information needed for adaptation. This perspective promotes the role of science in national adaptation strategies
Amir H. Delju
World Meteorological Organization (WMO)
adelju@wmo.int
+41 22 7308360
Wed, 05 Dec 2007 
GCOS-Adaptation [317 kb]
Climate models-Adaptation [8 Mb]
Flyer [189 kb]
Reducing uncertainties [5 Mb]
Research and observations [1 Mb]
BMG-national Sectorial Adaptation [8 Mb]
New Zealand emissions trading: an all sectors, all gases approach
An overview of New Zealand's proposed emissions trading scheme with a particular focus on agriculture and forestry
Hayden Montgomery
New Zealand
hayden.montgomery@maf.govt.nz
+64 4 894 0707
Wed, 05 Dec 2007   
Clashing strategies: promoting agrofuels and reducing deforestation
The contradictions between the promotion of large-scale agrofuel production, and the reduction of deforestation in developing countries (REDD), and the need to protect Indigenous Peoples' rights
Simone Lovera
Global Forest Coalition (GFC)
simone@globalforestcoalition.o
+31 6 47392511
Wed, 05 Dec 2007   
SouthSouthNorth in Asia - mitigation and adaptation for helping the poor
Poverty reduction and capacity building through project and policy initiatives pioneered in Bangladesh and Indonesia by SouthSouthNorth
Barry Kantor
SouthSouthNorth Projects Africa (SSN Africa)
barry@southsouthnorth.org
(27-21) 425-1464
Wed, 05 Dec 2007   
Emissions reduction from agriculture, forestry and livestock
Agricultural sector contributes over 35% to global GHG emissions, 18% of global CO2 emissions result from deforestation, 18% of GHG emissions from livestock production. Ways to assess land-use changes and to reduce GHG emissions from the agriculture, forestry and livestock sectors will be discussed
Michele Bernardi
Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO)
michele.bernardi@fao.org
+39 6 57052442
Wed, 05 Dec 2007   
REDD: steps towards a mitigation mechanism
We will identify critical steps in the negotiations: 1. How to define ambitious emission reductions? 2. Carbon pools: Improved national carbon stocks in forest biomass and soil. 3. Towards a sustainable and effective mitigation mechanism. 4. Next steps for implementing the REDD mechanism
Annette Freibauer
Max-Planck Institut
annette.freibauer@vti.bund.de
+49 531 5962634
Wed, 05 Dec 2007 
1_MPI_Dietz_Biomass [1 Mb]
2_MPI_Freibauer_Soils [95 kb]
3_MPI_Mollicone_Effectiveness [1 Mb]
4_ECOFYS_Jung_REDDPotential [28 kb]
5_OEKO_Herold_REDDAccounting [45 kb]
Handout [27 kb]
The political economy of avoided deforestation
Avoided deforestation is thought a costly mitigation option. We show global economic potentials for avoided deforestation under diverse policy scenarios. Relatively low amounts of financial flows may save vast areas from deforestation while creating social and environmental ancillary benefits
Susan E. Riley
International Institute for Applied Systems Analysis (IIASA)
riley@iiasa.ac.at
+43 22 36807536
Wed, 05 Dec 2007 
Agenda, IIASA Side Event COP13 [42 kb]
Background I, IIASA Side Event COP13 [847 kb]
Background II, IIASA Side Event COP13 [919 kb]
Background III, IIASA Side Event COP13 [17 kb]
IIASA Presentation I, Kraxner [1 Mb]
IIASA Presentation II, Havlik [1 Mb]
IIASA Presentation III, Obersteiner [1 Mb]
Climate change and human health (CLACC)
Findings of studies into impacts of climate change on human health in 12 Least Developed Countries. Carried out under the CLACC programme (Capacity Strengthening in the LDCs for Adaptation to Climate Change)
Beth Henriette
International Institute for Environment and Development (IIED)
beth.henriette@iied.org
+44 207 3882117
Wed, 05 Dec 2007   
Looking beyond national borders: EU-China interdependencies on climate and energy security
A multi-stakeholder event sponsored by the UK government, E3G, Chatham House, IDDRI, Chinese Academy of Social Sciences and Chinese Energy Research Institute looking at challenges and opportunities for EU and China in climate and energy security
Bernice Lee
Chatham House
erouhaud@chathamhouse.org
+44 20 73143664
Wed, 05 Dec 2007   
Managing climate risks for adaptation and mitigation: new initiatives in SE Asia
Highlights new efforts to manage climate risks for agriculture, water, and land management. Led by Jeffrey Sachs, Columbia University, it includes presentations from the Ministry of Agriculture, Indonesia, Bogor Agriculture University, CARE Indonesia and National Water Resources Board, Philippines
Esther Ebrahimian
Columbia University
esther@iri.columbia.edu
+1 845 680 4411
Wed, 05 Dec 2007 
Side Event Flyer [153 kb]
Enhancing a development agenda in climate change for developing countries
The implications of climate change on the development prospects of developing countries are closely linked and need to be better understood for countries to have a more integrated and comprehensive approach to both development and climate change policy. This side-event will explore these linkages
Vicente Paolo YU
South Centre
yu@southcentre.org
+41 22 7918050
Wed, 05 Dec 2007 
Side-Event Programme [5 Mb]
Background reading 1 [428 kb]
Background reading 2 [45 kb]
Background reading 3 [705 kb]
SEI presentation [2 Mb]
IGSD presentation [955 kb]
South Centre presentation [230 kb]
TWN Bali Briefing Paper 1 [69 kb]
TWN Bali Briefing Paper 2 [91 kb]
South Face - Event Report [114 kb]
Joint Implementation projects in Ukraine
The process of estimation and approval of JI projects in Ukraine as well other related issues will be presented
Heorhiy Veremiychyk
Ukraine
veremiy@ukr.net
+380 44 206 3308
Wed, 05 Dec 2007   
Voices of the communities affected by climate change
Current and future actions must be commensurate to obligations to avoid dangerous climate change. Community representatives will give testimony of their experiences to extreme events and deforestation, highlighting the ambition required in climate negotiations and related international policy
Stephanie Long
Friends of the Earth International (FOEI)
stephanie.long@foe.org.au
+61 414 136461
Wed, 05 Dec 2007   
Bunker fuel emissions and adaptation funding
Differentiated mitigation of bunker fuel emissions and innovative financing for adaptation: Schemes focussing on international maritime and air transport/travel will be presented and discussed
Benito Muller
Oxford Institute for Energy Studies (OIES)
benito.muller@oxfordenergy.org
+44 1865 311377
Wed, 05 Dec 2007 
IATAL - International Air Travel Adaptation Levy [738 kb]
Invitation [45 kb]
IMERS Synopsis [104 kb]
Pacific Alliance for Sustainability
GEF support to the Pacific Islands is taking shape and will be implemented over the coming years
Richard H Hosier
Global Environment Facility (GEF)
rhosier@thegef.org
+1 202 458 0290
Thu, 06 Dec 2007   
Biodiversity - climate interactions: adaptation, mitigation and human livelihoods
Linkages between biodiversity, climate change and human livelihoods and the role of biodiversity management in climate change, adaptation and mitigation
Rachel Garthwaite
The Royal Society
rachel.garthwaite@royalsoc.ac.
* 44 20 7451 2526
Thu, 06 Dec 2007 
Presentation 1 Peter Collins [48 kb]
Presentation 2 Richard Betts [867 kb]
Presentation 3 Antonio Nobre [1 Mb]
Presentation 5 Jaime Webb [723 kb]
Presentation 6 Amy Sullivan [87 kb]
Final (pre-typeset) version of workshop report [508 kb]
Presentation 4 Daniel Murdiyarso [3 Mb]
Private sector participation in REDD
A number of proposals to reduce emissions from deforestation and forest degradation in developing countries call for private sector funding through the carbon market. This session discusses issues that need to be addressed to develop policy that will effectively engage the private sector
Charlotte Streck
Global Public Policy Institute (GPPi)
C.Streck@gmx.de
+31 6 46426481
Thu, 06 Dec 2007 
Final Agenda - Private Sector and REDD [232 kb]
Expanding the carbon market to include REDD Streck [137 kb]
ADPartners Approach - Horowitz [1 Mb]
Making REDD attractive to private sector - Ebeling [1 Mb]
Financial analysis - Meizlish [1 Mb]
Policy options and REDD transactions - OSullivan [106 kb]
Permance options for REDD - Schlamadinger [253 kb]
Nuclear power prospects and IAEA assistance for interested developing countries
Expectations for nuclear power are rising. The session will review recent projections; national plans; IAEA capacity building in developing countries for energy system analysis; and the legal, safety, security, non-proliferation and technical assistance the IAEA can provide to interested countries
H-Holger Rogner
International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA)
h.h.rogner@iaea.org
+43 1 26 002 2776
Thu, 06 Dec 2007 
BATAN_NuclearPowerinIndonesia [770 kb]
IAEA_NuclearPowerStatusandOutlook [1 Mb]
IAEA_EnergyandNuclearPowerPlanning [482 kb]
IPCC_AR4_Mitigation [305 kb]
Implementation of the Kyoto Protocol in Russia: current status and outlook
Russian officials will present recent developments in implementation of the Kyoto Protocol (national inventory and registry, JI approval procedures, etc.), while representatives from business and NGOs will talk about corporate GHG emission reduction policies and JI project opportunities
Evgeny Sokolov
National Carbon Sequestration Foundation (NCSF)
sokolovea@ncsf.ru
+7 095 975 78 36
Thu, 06 Dec 2007 
Side event flyer [12 kb]
MNR_Romanov [1 Mb]
Rostechnadzor_Peshkov [132 kb]
MEDT_Pluzhnikov [78 kb]
NCSF_Sokolov [66 kb]
CTF_Ramming [490 kb]
RAOUES_Pertsovsky [589 kb]
CarbonExpert_Bondarev [137 kb]
NCSF_projects [14 kb]
Co-benefits approach: development needs-oriented efforts to address climate change and CDM
Efforts to address co-benefits (climate & development) are rapidly expanding in response to growing interests in development aspect. The session focuses on how to maximize co-benefits for developing countries, and showcases good practices and quantitative evaluation tools recently invented by Japan
Junko Morizane
Overseas Environmental Cooperation Center, Japan (OECC)
morizane@oecc.or.jp
+81 35 472014
Thu, 06 Dec 2007 
Agenda [292 kb]
Hiraishi [127 kb]
Kawamata [755 kb]
Kato [442 kb]
Hieu [730 kb]
Ellis [189 kb]
Kawanishi [152 kb]
Women in the forest: no fairy tale
How women use forest resources, how they need to adapt to climate change, and how they contribute to forest conservation. We will present case studies and draw conclusions for climate policy
Ulrike Roehr
LIFE e.V.
roehr@life-online.de
+49 179 2031511
Thu, 06 Dec 2007 
Introduction Gotelind Alber [317 kb]
Gender and climate change meetings and events [45 kb]
gendercc positionpaper forest [97 kb]
Presentation Simone Lovera [199 kb]
Presentation Ana Filippini [957 kb]
Presentation Anna Pinto [2 Mb]
New technologies and innovative approaches to monitor emissions from deforestation and degradation
The Woods Hole Research Center presents results on quantifying REDD in Amazon and Congo basins using ground surveys, Landsat, MODIS, ALOS/PALSAR radar, ICESat/GLAS lidar data, and REDD readiness in the DRC. Tuev Sued presents on verification of emission reductions in forestry projects
Tracy Johns
Joanneum Research (JR)
tracy.johns@joanneum.at
+43 316 876 1422
Thu, 06 Dec 2007   
Carbon management in cities: gaps in policy discussions and scientific understanding
Identifies and highlights key gaps in policy discussions and scientific understanding for carbon management in cities of developing and the developed countries with active participation of the researchers as well as decision makers in cities
Ram M. Shrestha
Alliance internationale de tourisme (AIT)
ram@ait.ac.th
+66 2524 5406
Thu, 06 Dec 2007 
AIT at Bali Conference [29 kb]
Background on the side event [157 kb]
Agenda [106 kb]
Presentation by Prof Ram M. Shrestha [472 kb]
Presentation by Dr. Shobhakar Dhakal [127 kb]
Presentation by Dr. Richard Dawson [583 kb]
Presentation by Dr. Debra Roberts [1 Mb]
Agenda Presentation [326 kb]
A glimpse of the side event-1 [138 kb]
A glimpse of the side event-2 [413 kb]
A glimpse of the side event-3 [392 kb]
A glimpse of the side event-4 [440 kb]
A glimpse of the side event-5 [461 kb]
Terrestrial Essential Climate Variables for assessment, mitigation and adaptation
GTOS reviews the importance of the 13 terrestrial Essential Climate Variables (ECVs) to address issues related to climate change, sustainable development and environmental management. Speakers will show how observations, methodologies and standards are being used to meet the needs of stakeholders
Reuben Sessa
Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO)
reuben.sessa@fao.org
+39 6 57056519
Thu, 06 Dec 2007 
Terrestrial ECVs report [2 Mb]
Side event schedule [420 kb]
Rethinking the role of capacity building in international climate change negotiation
This side event will provide case studies on education migration to rebuild fragile ecosystems and the role of scientific research on changing agricultural practice for mitigating climate change. Development of a multidisciplinary educational and training program in China will also be presented
Bangbo Cheng
China Association for Science and Technology (CAST)
chengbb@igsnrr.ac.cn
+86 10 6488 9829
Thu, 06 Dec 2007   
US Action -- carbon markets and policy
The event will focus on major policy development at the state/regional and federal level to address climate change and the status of the North American carbon markets -- compliance and voluntary markets
Lisa Jacobson
Business Council for Sustainable Energy (BCSE)
ljacobson@bcse.org
+1 202 7850507
Thu, 06 Dec 2007 
Demand Side Impacts [96 kb]
BCSE Side Event Agenda [140 kb]
Project Based Carbon Credits [1 Mb]
Business Views [466 kb]
Supply Side Impacts [269 kb]
Economic Issues and Linkages [205 kb]
US Action on Climate Change [125 kb]
Looking into the future: one eye on climate change, one eye on poverty alleviation
Pelangi would like to put forward that future climate change solutions must also address poverty alleviation and access to basic needs by linking issues in climate change, energy, and transportation. This presentation is the result of a series of discussions organized by Pelangi in 2007
Henriette Imelda
Yayasan Pelangi (PELANGI)
h.imelda@pelangi.or.id
+62 21 72801172
Thu, 06 Dec 2007 
Facts on Energy and Transportation in Indonesia [572 kb]
Convention and Kyoto Protocol on Poverty [587 kb]
Looking into the Future [646 kb]
Up in smoke? Asia and the Pacific. report launch by the UK Working Group on Climate and Development
The fourth working group report describes the impacts that climate change is having on the development of countries and people in Asia and the Pacific, with particular focus on China, India and Bangladesh. Ways of coping with climate change are described and a post-2012 future is mapped out
Laura Hughes
TEARFUND
laura.hughes@tearfund.org
+44 20 8943 7956
Thu, 06 Dec 2007   
Biofuels, climate change and climate justice
Can the use of large-scale biofuel production to address climate change be either effective or equitable?
Larry Lohmann
The Corner House
larrylohmann@gn.apc.org
+44 12 5882 1218
Thu, 06 Dec 2007   
Leadership and climate change? Turning vision into action
At the 2007 UN General Assembly leadership was cited as central to meeting the challenge of climate change. This event will bring together leaders from across the world to share lessons on the impact of effective leadership, and to discuss ways of addressing the leadership gap on climate change
Trevor Rees
Leadership for Environment and Development International (LEAD International)
trevor@lead.org
+44 207 938 8716
Thu, 06 Dec 2007   
Durban Group for climate justice/Ecuador-Yusani proposal
Exploring the pitfalls of emissions trading and offset schemes
Tamra Gilbertson
Transnational Institute (TNI)
tamra@tni.org
+34 625 498083
Thu, 06 Dec 2007   
High conservation value (HCV) forests and land use planning for REDD
The High Conservation Value framework is a powerful tool to identify critical values (social, environmental and ecosystem services) at the landscape level. It can be combined with carbon analysis to guide land use decisions, balance conflicting needs, and control REDD risk within managed landscapes
Christopher Stewart
Forest Stewardship Council (FSC)
christopher@proforest.net
+44 1865 24 3439 104
Thu, 06 Dec 2007 
Introduction to High Conservation Values [2 Mb]
HCVs and landscape planning for REDD [4 Mb]
Space supporting UNFCCC - global products for a better understanding of our climate
The side event will cover global aspects for monitoring climate-relevant parameters related to the four basic elements of ancient Greek philosophers: land, water, air and fire. The objective is to make Earth Observation seen as a feasible and practical tool for climate change observation
Frank Martin Seifert
European Space Agency (ESA)
frank.martin.seifert@esa.int
+390 6 94180560
Thu, 06 Dec 2007 
2 ESA Introduction [1 Mb]
1 Agenda [20 kb]
3 MASLI presentation [6 Mb]
4 GOFC GOLD presentation [1 Mb]
5 JRC presentation [2 Mb]
6 NOAA presentation [1 Mb]
7 ESA concluding remarks [2 Mb]
Negotiations towards the consolidation of the climate regime: perspectives from the south
One of the essential challenges of the negotiations to consolidate the climate change regime and develop a long term architecture to address climate change is to find means to merge efficiency with fairness in the design of such an architecture
Daniel Perczyk
Instituto Torcuato Di Tella (ITDT)
hcaccr@gmail.com
+54 11 5288 2800
Thu, 06 Dec 2007   
Fighting for our future: youth-led climate action from the local to the global
Youth from every continent will present their successes to mitigate climate change and promote climate justice. They will showcase national and international initiatives toward making their communities sustainable, as well as their vision for post-2012 and the future of the youth climate movement
Whit Jones
SustainUS
whit.jones@sustainus.org
+1 914 671 1880
Thu, 06 Dec 2007   
Adapting to climate change in Africa: towards regional solutions
Africa is the continent most vulnerable to climate change. Desertification, energy supply and water are key issues that demand regional sharing of information, adaptation strategies, and policy responses. This joint CCAA-OSS panel explores steps needed to address climate change on a regional basis
Mary O'Neill
International Development Research Centre (IDRC)
maoneill@idrc.ca
+1 613 6962108
Thu, 06 Dec 2007 
CCAA-OSS Nov 6 speakers list [586 kb]
Concept note - towards regional solutions [36 kb]
Note conceptuelle - vers des solutions régionales [28 kb]
Energy efficiency and carbon finance: leveraging the largest mitigation opportunity
Energy efficiency is widely recognized as a key mitigation option representing a significant opportunity for reducing energy use and associated CO2 emissions cost-effectively
Marina Ploutakhina
United Nations Industrial Development Organization (UNIDO)
m.ploutakhina@unido.org
+43 664 3529742
Thu, 06 Dec 2007   
Assessing mitigation policies on the basis of the Climate Change Performance Index.
CAN Europe and Germanwatch will present an assessment of mitigation policies, introducing the results of the 3rd release of the Climate Change Performance Index (CCPI). The country ranking shows the mitigation performance of the 56 most CO2 emitting nations
Jan Burck
Germanwatch
burck@germanwatch.org
+49 228 604 9221
Fri, 07 Dec 2007   
Creating successful partnerships for the development of clean development mechanism projects
This seminar will share UK experience in developing CDM projects, including examples of partnerships formed through trade missions. The seminar panel will be made up of industry representatives/Carbon Markets Association and the UK government's Climate Change Projects Office
Adam Nathan
London Climate Change Services (LCCS)
adam.nathan@carbonmarketsassoc
+44 7970 34 2576
Fri, 07 Dec 2007   
Construction counts for climate
Worldwide, 30-40% of all energy is used in buildings. Not only buildings but the whole planning and construction process have immense economic, social and environmental impacts on the globe
Marjo Nummelin
Finland
marjo.nummelin@ymparisto.fi
+35 850 461 6653
Fri, 07 Dec 2007   
How can we get more GHG emissions out of the atmosphere and contribute to sustainable development?
Given huge challenges of GHG reductions and sustainable development, researchers from the Environmental Change Institute at Oxford University and the Tyndall Centre, a UK consortium of universities, provide insights from unpublished research into the potential for significant reductions beyond Kyoto
Philip Mann
University of Oxford, Environmental Change Institute (ECI)
philip.mann@eci.ox.ac.uk
+44 18 6527 5859
Fri, 07 Dec 2007 
Side event programme [226 kb]
Presentation slides (pdf) [528 kb]
Law & governance of climate change adaptation & vulnerability
A discussion of the law and governance issues and obstacles arising out of the implementation of international policy on adaptation, the use of legal concepts and mechanisms to facilitate and complement it and the legal aspects of the pursuit of specific adaptation measures and projects
Sebastien Jodoin
Centre for International Sustainable Development Law (CISDL)
sjodoin@cisdl.org
+514 398 8918
Fri, 07 Dec 2007 
Side-Event Invitation [161 kb]
CISDL and Climate Change Slides [665 kb]
Side-Event Poster [288 kb]
Quebec Climate Change Action Plan [1 Mb]
The human impact of climate change in Indonesia
People in Indonesia affected now by climate change will pose a question through short 2-3 minute films to a high level panel made up of an Indonesian policymaker, scientist, economist and civil society representant. It will be moderated by a distinguished Indonesian journalist
Tata Mustasya
Oxfam Great Britain (OXFAM)
tmustasya@oxfam.org.uk
+62 812 9626 997
Fri, 07 Dec 2007   
OECD/IEA Annex I Expert Group: Issues in broadening the scope of mitigation activities
New analysis by the AIXG on: use of SD-PAMs, commitment period length, incentives to reduce emissions from deforestation (RED) and inclusion of CCS in the CDM
Annex I Expert Group
Slovenia
elizabeth.corbett@oecd.org
+33 1 4524 7693
Fri, 07 Dec 2007 
Annex I Expert Group info flyer [46 kb]
Side event programme [52 kb]
Financing mechanisms for RED(D) [84 kb]
SD-PAMs: What When Where & How? [209 kb]
SD-PAMs full paper [334 kb]
Financing mechanisms for RED(D), full paper [597 kb]
Impact of commitment period length on investment [315 kb]
Impact of CP length on investment, full paper [597 kb]
Adaptation post-2012: reducing vulnerability and risk
The ISDR Working Group on Climate Change and Disaster Risk Reduction (comprising 14 ISDR system partners--UN agencies and NGOs) will present elements that can guide adaptation, based on decades of experience in reducing disaster risk
Silvi Llosa
United Nations Office for Disaster Risk Reduction (UNISDR)
llosa@un.org
+41 22 917 8904
Fri, 07 Dec 2007   
Making adaptation funding mechanisms work for the most vulnerable
CARE, Oxfam and WWF discuss what it will take in terms of both scale and structure for adaptation funding mechanisms to meet the needs of the most vulnerable
Angie Dazé
CARE International (CI)
angie@care.ca
+1 613 228 3916
Fri, 07 Dec 2007 
Introduction-Angie Dazé [551 kb]
Reaching the most vulnerable-Charles Ehrhart [1 Mb]
Scaling up energy efficiency under the CDM - Do we need a 'Plan B'?
Energy efficiency is among the cheapest, cleanest and most rapidly deployed energy sources This panel session will address prospects for scaling up energy efficiency CDM and explore other approches to promote energy efficiency under the UNFCCC/Kyoto Protocol going forward.
Anne Arquit Niederberger
Centre for Socio-Economic Development (CSEND)
policy@optonline.net
+1 91 7518 5094
Fri, 07 Dec 2007 
Event Summary [102 kb]
Agenda/Speakers [103 kb]
1 Anne Arquit Niederberger moderator [104 kb]
2 Hans Jurgen Stehr CDM EB [71 kb]
3 Grant Kirkman UNFCCC secretariat [32 kb]
4 Dick Hosier GEF [169 kb]
5 Sandro Santamato EC DG TREN [347 kb]
Putting sectoral industry approaches to the test
Sectoral industry approaches are advocated as a possible option to reduce GHG emissions. The event will test examples of sectoral approaches (eg cement, steel, aluminium) to check whether they can combine early, effective action, with engaging developing countries, and improve performance efficiency
Christian Egenhofer
Centre for European Policy Studies (CEPS)
monica.alessi@ceps.be
+32 2 229 3984
Fri, 07 Dec 2007 
Agenda [51 kb]
Presentation Hombu [604 kb]
Presentation Egenhofer [572 kb]
The climate regime beyond 2012: reconciling Asian priorities and global interests
Since 2005, IGES has been organizing a series of multi-stakeholder consultations on climate regime beyond 2012. The event will summarize the outcomes of the third round of consultations held in China and India. A panel discussion on options to balance global priorities and Asian interests follows
Ancha Srinivasan
Institute for Global Environmental Strategies (IGES)
ancha@iges.or.jp
(81-468) 55 3810
Fri, 07 Dec 2007 
Asian Concerns on Climate Regime Beyond 2012 [3 Mb]
Asian Aspirations for Climate Regime Beyond 2012 [1 Mb]
Ecosystem services trading: a new market solution to stabilize climate & conserve biodiversity
Conserving tropical forests offers the largest immediate opportunity for mitigating CO2 emissions and sustaining forest ecosystem services. We propose a new large-scale tool enabling these services to be traded, delivering greater economic value than agribusiness and complementing REDD proposals
Katherine Secoy
Global Canopy Programme (GCP)
k.secoy@globalcanopy.org
+44 18 6572 4222
Fri, 07 Dec 2007   
The United Nations & China: connecting institutions, market and knowledge to combat climate change
The new UN Climate Change Partnership Framework - 8 United Nations agencies, the Government of China and partners from private and public sectors addressing: post-Kyoto strategies/policy responses, innovative models for technology transfer and the impacts of climate change on the MDGs in China
Vivienne Caballero
United Nations Development Programme (UNDP)
vcaballero@undp.org
+1 212 906 5866
Fri, 07 Dec 2007   
Is the global technology agenda for climate change on track?
Technology initiatives to address climate change proliferate. Based on a project by the European Climate Platform (ECP) involving negotiators, researchers and other stakeholders, the event proposes strategic steps to advance the technology agenda, and combine the existing technology initiatives
Peringe Grennfelt
Foundation for Strategic Environmental Research (MISTRA)
monica.alessi@ceps.eu
+32 47 272 1868
Fri, 07 Dec 2007 
AGENDA [94 kb]
Presentation Ichimura [1015 kb]
Presentation Egenhofer [543 kb]
Post-2012 climate agreements: promise and perils of sectoral agreements
Sectoral and technology agreements have been suggested as complements to emission reduction agreements as part of a post-2012 climate regime. This mini-symposium, featuring various well-known experts, explores how such agreements may function, and their compatibility with cap-and-trade agreements
Stefan Bakker
Energy Research Centre of the Netherlands (ECN)
bakker@ecn.nl
+31 224 564021
Fri, 07 Dec 2007 
Lewis Sectoral approaches ppt [75 kb]
Agenda 29 Nov [36 kb]
Coninck ppt1 [1 Mb]
Coninck Fragmentation ppt [666 kb]
Elzen Tryptich ppt [2 Mb]
Bakker Technology agreement examples ppt [806 kb]
Massey Political feasibility ppt [1 Mb]
Philibert Compatibility ppt [1 Mb]
Squaring the circle: reconciling rapid economic growth and GHG mitigation
Countries with rapidly growing economies and/or populations face unique mitigation challenges. IISD hosts a debate on the issue: Can a post-2012 regime be designed that accommodates these countries and still achieve a reduction in global emissions of at least 50 percent by 2050?
Jo-Ellen Parry
International Institute for Sustainable Development (IISD)
jparry@iisd.ca
+1 204 9587722
Fri, 07 Dec 2007 
IISD side event Squaring the Circle Event agenda [143 kb]
Reducing emissions from deforestation and degradation (REDD) and projects
Projects can effectively contribute to reduce emissions from deforestation and leakage can be controlled. Some Latin American Countries present their stance
Joséluis Samaniego
Paraguay
joseluis.samaniego@cepal.org
+56 2 210 2291
Fri, 07 Dec 2007   
Community adaptation and vulnerability in the Arctic Regions (CAVIAR): Lessons for future policy
The CAVIAR initiative is working to understand community specific sensitivities to climate change. This event will present the latest science on community vulnerability to climate change across the Arctic
Adam Scott
University of Guelph - Global Environmental Change Group (GECG)
scotta@uoguelph.ca
+1 519 824 4120 ext. 54174
Fri, 07 Dec 2007   
Capacity building: achieved progress and remaining gaps
Remaining gaps in the capacity building process in the countries with EIT recognized during synthesis report preparation, especially adaptation process, are starting point for the discussion. This is also an opportunity to discuss CB needs and gaps in the other regions of the world
Maria Khovanskaya
Regional Environmental Center for Central and Eastern Europe (REC)
mkhova@rec.org
+36 26 50 4033
Fri, 07 Dec 2007   
Seaweed coastal CO2 removal belt in Korea & the Asian Network for using algae as a CO2 sink
Seaweeds fix a prodigious quantity of CO2. We verify their mechanism as a CO2 sink and develop seaweed CDM methodologies. Currently, the Asian Pacific Phycol. Ass. launched a WG, the Asian Network for Using Algae as a CO2 sink, for the purpose of collaborative R&D on the use of algae to remove CO2
Ik Kyo Chung
Pusan National University - Marine Research Institute (PNU/MRI)
ikchung@pusan.ac.kr
+82 51 5102279
Fri, 07 Dec 2007 
list of PNU/MRI side event participants [56 kb]
Program of Side Event [776 kb]
Brocher_p1 [312 kb]
Brocher_p2 [332 kb]
Indonesia perspective : climate justice in the future climate regime
The importance and urgency to incorporate the principles of human security, rights to sustainable development, rights to healthy and sustainable environment and rights to sustainable use of natural resources, in the future climate regime and the role of traditional wisdom
Rini Nasution
Indonesian Civil Society Organizations Forum on Climate Change*
rini@satudunia.net
+62 21 8370 5520
Fri, 07 Dec 2007   
Getting the climate right for transport by TRL/GTZ, UITP, UIC, ITPS - Part 1 ( Part 2 on Saturday)
Options for decision-makers to integrate climate change to promote sustainable transport. Public Transport Services as well as other policy and planning options will be discussed. The side events combine practical as well methodological approaches with actual experience on sustainable transportation
Holger Dalkmann
Transport Research Foundation (TRF)
hdalkmann@trl.co.uk
+44 7810 804849
Fri, 07 Dec 2007 
“Getting the climate right for transport” [31 kb]
Executive Summary [170 kb]
Programme [106 kb]
Sustainable growth through energy efficiency
Comprehensive presentations on how energy efficiency measures impact sustainable growth in developing countries emerging markets
Katrina Lederer-Geh
Renewable Energy and Energy Efficiency Partnership (REEEP)
katrina.lederer@reeep.org
+43 1 26026 3425
Sat, 08 Dec 2007 
Untitled [1 Mb]
REEEP Side Event Agenda [1 Mb]
Towards a Global Grand Bargain: On what terms should the developing world accept new climate goals?
A post-2012 deal needs to achieve a peak and decline in global emissions by 2020, towards deep cuts by 2050. How should the burden of doing that be shared between developed and developing countries? Will per capita convergence be enough, given big differences in wealth and historic responsibility?
Jennifer Bird
Institute for Public Policy Research (IPPR)
j.bird@ippr.org
+44 207 470 6118
Sat, 08 Dec 2007 
Invitation [266 kb]
Slides from the event [833 kb]
Message from 10,000 Tuvaluan
Tuvaluan call for an overall reduction of global greenhouse gases through a project called "10,000 Tuvaluan faces"
Kyoko Kawasaka
Kiko Network
kawasaka@kikonet.org
+81 75 254 1011
Sat, 08 Dec 2007   
Local Governments Climate Partnership: Bringing cities in the USA, Germany and Japan together
The Climate Alliance of European Cities and ifeu/Heidelberg will present a benchmarking system for local climate change policies and measures for Germany, the USA and Japan. It is part of a new German initiative to promote the cooperation between local governments of these three countries
Thomas Brose
Climate Alliance (Klima-Bündnis)
t.brose@climatealliance.org
+49 69 7171 3931
Sat, 08 Dec 2007 
Local Governments Climate Partnership [223 kb]
Getting the climate right for transport by TRL/GTZ, UITP,UIC, ITPS - Part 2
In this side event, options for how decision-makers can integrate climate change mitigation measures into the transport sector will be discussed. The side events combine practical as well methodological approaches with actual experience on sustainable transportation
Iwao Matsuoka
Institution for Transport Policy Studies (ITPS)
matsuoka@jterc.or.jp
+81 3 54708400
Sat, 08 Dec 2007 
our program [31 kb]
program on 8th December [28 kb]
Integrating community-based adaptation into the post-2012 framework
Supporting vulnerable communities to adapt to climate change requires national enabling policy and planning frameworks, adequate funding mechanisms built into the UNFCCC post-2012 framework, and clear process for access and delivery of funds. The challenges of implementation will be explored
Rachel Berger
Practical Action
rachel.berger@practicalaction.
+44 7966 542181
Sat, 08 Dec 2007 
Christoph Bals [101 kb]
Practical Action Nepal [1 Mb]
Ahsan Ahmed [1 Mb]
Richard Klein [40 kb]
Bijoy [1 Mb]
Flyer [133 kb]
New carbon markets in Japan, Africa and Latinamerica
The ZERI Foundation, the Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry of Japan (METI) and Latin- American and African Financial Institutions will expose the improvement of the Latin American Carbon Exchange, the African Carbon Exchange and the Japanese Carbon Market
Katherina Bach de Pauli
ZERI Foundation (ZERI)
bach@zeri.org
+81 3 3281 3330
Sat, 08 Dec 2007 
Bundling Small CDM in India [5 Mb]
Regeneration of Rainforest: 25 years of experience [6 Mb]
CDM for Japanese SMEs [375 kb]
Pauli: Nature Technologies to Cut Carbon Emissions [15 Mb]
Responding to climate change
Examples of emissions reduction technology and the use of carbon market mechanisms. Concrete actions are needed in order to effectively mitigate climate change. This event showcases leading technologies for climate action and illustrates how market mechanisms employ technology in reducing emissions
James Ramsey
Responding to Climate Change (RTCC)
anna@rtcc.org
+44 20 77992222
Sat, 08 Dec 2007 
Big Picture Emissions Reduction [247 kb]
Solar Energy use to combat climate change [4 Mb]
Philips Press Release [73 kb]
CO2 EE Lighting - Philips [3 Mb]
Closing in on the missing carbon sink: Implications for climate research and mitigation
Recent analysis of historic airborne atmospheric CO2 measurements suggests that intact, tropical forests remove far more atmospheric CO2 than previously believed and northern forests less, highlighting the importance of tropical forest preservation in development of effective mitigation strategies
Peter Backlund
University Corporation for Atmospheric Research (UCAR)
anneoman@ucar.edu
(1-303) 497-1117
Sat, 08 Dec 2007   
NRDC & Union of Concerned Scientists: U.S. global warming emission reductions-targets and strategies
A discussion of recent analyses of U.S. emission reduction targets consistent with preventing global warming of more than 2 degrees, technology strategies capable of achieving these emission reductions, and an evaluation of legislation proposed in the U.S. Congress in comparison to these benchmarks
Melanie Nakagawa
Natural Resources Defense Council (NRDC)
mnakagawa@nrdc.org
+1 202 513 6266
Sat, 08 Dec 2007 
NRDC Powerpoint Presentation [5 Mb]
UCS Powerpoint Presentation [5 Mb]
NRDC/UCS Side Event Announcement/ List of Speakers [125 kb]
Decentralized energy, climate change and energy security
Discussion on the interrelationships between national security, climate change and decentralized energy. Panellists will be invited to speak on various aspects of the themes and will be asked to comment on the results of a WADE study on security to be released at the event
Jeff Bell
World Alliance for Decentralized Energy (WADE)
jeff.bell@localpower.org
+44 131 625 3333
Sat, 08 Dec 2007 
Program and description [9 Mb]
"Low-Carbon Asia" - how to align climate change and sustainable development
We discussed how to develop a Low-Carbon Society (LCS) at COP11/12 side events, and invited countries to participate in our Japan-UK joint LCS research project(http://2050.nies.go.jp). At this year's event we will focus on Asia and discuss how to achieve a sustainable LCS with several experts
Katsunori Hirokane
National Institute for Environmental Studies (NIES)
white.masako@nies.go.jp
+81 29 850 2169
Sat, 08 Dec 2007 
Low-Carbon Asia_agenda [91 kb]
Climate and sustainable biofuels
Biofuels are both a solution and a cause of climate change; expansion of biofuel production may enhance GHG emission. Proper crops and site selection is needed to reduce net GHG emissions. UNFCCC, experts and industry need new standards. New options for sustainable solutions will be shared
Faizal Parish
Global Environment Centre (GEC)
faizal.parish@gmail.com
+60 3 79572007
Sat, 08 Dec 2007 
Kyoto Protocol and C02 Emission from Biofuel [13 Mb]
Managing Palm Oil Plantations on Peat [8 Mb]
Moratorium on Peatland Development in Indonesia [339 kb]
Palm Oil and Peatlands from Industrial Perspective [307 kb]
Sustainable Biofuels - An Overview [6 Mb]
REDD preparedness: a sourcebook for high quality and cost effective estimation
WINROCK, GOFC-GOLD and TNC present a user-friendly technical REDD sourcebook draft on available methods and procedures for estimating carbon emissions from deforestation and forest degradation
Sandra Brown
Winrock International (WI)
sbrown@winrock.org
+1 703 525 9430
Sat, 08 Dec 2007 
Agenda [35 kb]
WI 1 Open Achard [768 kb]
WI 2 Intro Herold [960 kb]
WI 3 Deforest monit Defries [980 kb]
WI 5 Carbon stocks Brown [944 kb]
WI 6 Reporting Grassi [371 kb]
WI 4 Degradation monit Mollicone&Souza [5 Mb]
Adaptive policymaking in a world of uncertainty
The side event would seek to focus on identifying elements of adaptive features within the policy making process, suggesting ways to strengthen them further. The idea is to help policies become more robust in their response towards a rapidly changing climate and rather uncertain future
Suruchi Bhadwal
The Energy and Resources Institute (TERI)
suruchib@teri.res.in
+91 11 24682100
Sat, 08 Dec 2007   
Addressing climate change in Africa: the role of the African Development Bank
The side event will consist of presentations followed by panel discussion on how AfDB assists African countries efforts in clean energy and energy access, carbon financing, climate risk management and adaptation to climate change. Opportunities for partnerships and knowledge sharing will be explored
Wim Jonker Klunne
African Development Bank Group (AfDB)
w.klunne@afdb.org
+21 67 110 3004
Sat, 08 Dec 2007   
The contribution of regions against climate change
At COP 13 representatives from nrg4SD member regions from developed and developing countries will share practical examples of adaptation and mitigation policies, methods and practices carried out in their own regions, as well as the ways in which they collaborate together in the framework of nrg4SD
Sabin Intxaurraga
Network of Regional Governments for Sustainable Development (nrg4SD)
nrg4sd-secretariat@ej-gv.es
+ 34 945 01 6991
Sat, 08 Dec 2007 
nrg4SD Side-event AGENDA [23 kb]
Earth System Governance and the Earth System Science Partnership: theories and strategies
The ESSP, a new ICSU research initiative, calls upon social scientists to develop strategies for Earth System management; to find effective and coherent approaches to address climate change and its various phenomena
Thomas Rosswall
International Council for Science (ICSU)
schmidt.ihdp@uni-bonn.de
+49 228 815 0623
Sat, 08 Dec 2007 
Agenda [57 kb]
Oran Young [436 kb]
Frank Biermann [228 kb]
The Brazilian and Rio de Janeiro State Government 's actions to face climate change globally and loc
Brazilian climate change policy - Rio de Janeiro State, Brazil.
Maria Silvia Muylaert de Araújo
Brazil
muylaert@ppe.ufrj.br
+55 218732 9553
Sat, 08 Dec 2007 
program [43 kb]
Red states go green. The Climate Registry (TCR): towards a North American GHG reporting system
Regional jurisdictions in three North American countries have come together to form The Climate Registry (TCR. TCR is a collaboration between U.S., Mexican, Canadian and Native American organizations aimed at developing and managing a consistent greenhouse gas emissions reporting system
Michelle Manion
Northeast States for Coordinated Air Use Management (NESCAUM)
robyn@climateregistry.org
+1 213 891 6931
Sat, 08 Dec 2007   
Impacts of climate change mitigation and adaptation on indigenous peoples' lands and territo
This will be a panel discussion composed of indigenous peoples from different regions of the world and the UN Permanent Forum on Indigenous Issues to identify, assess and analyze the impacts of climate change mitigation and adaptation measures on the lands and territories of indigenous peoples.
Raymond de Chavez
Tebtebba Foundation
raymond@tebtebba.org
+63 74 444 7703
Sat, 08 Dec 2007   
Reducing emissions from deforestation in the Brazilian Amazon: approaches for prompt action
The event is focused on financial mechanisms for Reducing Emissions from Deforestation (RED). The discussion will examine how RED can promote forest conservation in developing countries, in special to its application in sub-national scale. Hosted by IDESAM and the Government of Amazonas (Brazil)
Mariano Colini Cenamo
Institute for Conservation and Sustainable Development of Amazonas (IDESAM)
mariano@idesam.org.br
+55 92 3642 5698
Sat, 08 Dec 2007 
Untitled [1 Mb]
Dr. Virgilio Viana presentation-The Amazonas State [1 Mb]
Gonzalo Castro - Deforestation_Biodiversity [1 Mb]
Dr. Marthin Billa - Malinau Partnership [1 Mb]
Mariano Cenamo - RED subnational approaches [91 kb]
UN HABITAT strategy on cities and climate change
Launch of the draft UN-Habitat Strategy on Cities and Climate Change and discussion
Marco Keiner
United Nations Centre for Human Settlements (UNCHS (Habitat))
marco.keiner@unhabitat.org
+254 20 762 3565
Sat, 08 Dec 2007   
Linking climate, biodiversity and human welfare in RED: experiences and opportunities from Africa
Government and NGO representatives from Liberia and Madagascar will offer technical and practical lessons learned, challenges and opportunities from existing and developing multi-benefit forestry initiatives to inform AFOLU, post-2012 and REDD negotiations
Laura Ledwith
Conservation International (CI)
lledwith@conservation.org
+1 202 912 1492
Mon, 10 Dec 2007 
Gov't of Liberia presentation [2 Mb]
MacKinnon, Madagascar presentation [2 Mb]
Asian knowledge mart on clean energy and climate change
Asia will be facing the consequences of climate change for years to come. One of the pathways to meet the challenges ahead is the existence of truly local institutions that can generate and disseminate knowledge. The session will present flagship products from Asian institutions pioneering the way
Toru Kubo
Asian Development Bank (ADB)
cvillamar@adb.org
+63 2 632 5912
Mon, 10 Dec 2007 
ADB's Clean Energy and Climate Change Program [134 kb]
Climate Change & TERI's Knowledge Sharing Endeavor [3 Mb]
Sharing Knowledge and Experience on Climate Change [1 Mb]
Bringing Capital to Clean Energy_ReEx [74 kb]
Capacity building for climate change adaptation - a Caribbean experience
Status of adaptation in CARICOM Member States
Kenrick Leslie
Caribbean Community Climate Change Centre (CCCCC)
oed@caribbeanclimate.bz
+501 822 1104
Mon, 10 Dec 2007   
Adaptation and gender equality: experiences from the South
ActionAid, Heinrich Böll Foundation, WEDO and UNDP discuss how adaptation financing can best support women's rights in developing countries, share experiences of incorporating gender analysis into national adaptation plans; & see what can be done to ensure they promote gender equality
Marion Khamis
ActionAid International
marion.khamis@actionaid.org
+44 207 561 7525
Mon, 10 Dec 2007 
Invite [103 kb]
Agenda [18 kb]
Linking climate policy with development strategy: Win-Win options for Brazil, China and India
Program and technology opportunities to reduce emissions and achieve development goals through 2025. Brazil, avoided deforestation; China, coal power and transport sectors; India, coal-based power sector and biomass. Economic, technical, political barriers assessed
Tracy Johns
The Woods Hole Research Center (WHRC)
tjohns@whrc.org
+1 508 5409900
Mon, 10 Dec 2007 
Linking Climate Policy and Development Strategy [4 Mb]
Architectures for agreement: Issues and options for post-2012 international climate change policy
Joseph Aldy and Robert Stavins will describe the Harvard Project on International Climate Agreements, which seeks to identify key elements of a scientifically sound, economically rational, and politically pragmatic post-2012 international policy architecture, based upon wide-ranging expert analysis
Robert C. Stowe
Harvard University
robert_stowe@harvard.edu
+1 617 496 4265
Mon, 10 Dec 2007 
Project description; website; speaker bios [47 kb]
Presentation slides: Aldy & Stavins [110 kb]
Presentation slides: Carraro [392 kb]
States and regions leading the way on climate change solutions
Sub-national governments (states and regions) in many parts of the world are taking leadership actions to combat climate change. The event will showcase climate actions by a diverse range of states and regions from across the world
Chris Leigh
The Climate Group (TCG)
cleigh@theclimategroup.org
+44 14 8371 9417
Mon, 10 Dec 2007 
Untitled [27 kb]
Untitled [27 kb]
The right to development in a climate constrained world
Greenhouse Development Rights, an emergency climate stabilization framework, preserves the right of all people to reach a dignified level of sustainable human development free of poverty. The event presents it, the political goals, and responses from a number of developing world negotiators
Elias Crisostomo Abramides
World Council of Churches (WCC)
eliasabramides@fibertel.com.ar
+54 11 4795 9741
Mon, 10 Dec 2007 
The Greenhouse Development Rights Framework [1 Mb]
Energy policy in a greenhouse world. Recent work from the IEA
Results on how to pursue CO2 mitigation from the energy sector, from end-use energy efficiency to sectoral approaches. Presentations include new results from the WEO with a special focus on China & India; & energy use and CO2 trends in transport
Jenny Gell
International Energy Agency (IEA)
Jenny.gell@iea.org
+33 1 40576729
Mon, 10 Dec 2007 
Sectoral Approaches to GHG Mitigation - Richard Ba [88 kb]
Energy Technology Can Make a Difference - Debra Ju [4 Mb]
World Energy Outlook - Laura Cozzi [1 Mb]
Energy Efficiency and the G8 - Paul Waide [1 Mb]
European Renewable Energy Council: the energy (r)evolution - a sustainable world energy outlook
"This publication provides much analysis and well-researched material to stimulate thinking" says the Chairman of the IPCC Dr Pachauri. Insights will be given on how to cut global CO2 emissions by 50% in 2050, whilst providing a secure and affordable energy supply and maintaining economic growth
Oliver Schäfer
European Renewable Energy Council (EREC)
schaefer@erec.org
+ 32 49 66 52 837
Mon, 10 Dec 2007   
Sustainable forest management to reduce deforestation and forest degradation in the tropics
ITTO, collaborators and project participants will share their experiences in enhancing Sustainable Forest Management (SFM) focusing on avoided deforestation and conservation of biodiversity. Also, a tropical perspective of combating deforestation in the context of the UNFCCC will be presented.
Emmanuel Ze Meka
International Tropical Timber Organization (ITTO)
zemeka@itto.or.jp
+81 45 223 1110
Mon, 10 Dec 2007   
Emissions reduction pathways for emerging economies: post-2012 solutions
Emerging economies have a significant potential to reduce energy intensity and minimize their emissions. At the side event, WWF and partners will discuss sectoral examples for emission abatement potentials in China, India and other emerging economies, and discuss lessons for the post-2012 regime
Martin Hiller
WWF (WWF)
mhiller@wwfint.org
+41 79 3472256
Mon, 10 Dec 2007   
Climate risk insurance
This session explores ways to implement insurance-related mechanisms for climate adaptation, targeting specific projects and stakeholders in the process. The session examines multi-year index-based weather coverage in Africa and in Asia, and the roles of different actors in implementing the schemes
Koko Warner
United Nations University (UNU)
warner@ehs.unu.edu
+49 228 8150249
Mon, 10 Dec 2007 
Peter Hoeppe "Scientific and economic rationale" [1 Mb]
Christoph Bals "Insuring the uninsurable: design" [298 kb]
Pablo Suarez "Beyond risk transfer: microinsuranc" [3 Mb]
Reinhard Mechler "A favorable climate for insuran" [184 kb]
MCII statement to SBSTA on climate insurance [38 kb]
MCII COP 13 program and mission statement [106 kb]
MCII COP 13 press release [45 kb]
Adaptation with nature
The Nature Conservancy and partners will present case studies from Indonesia and other coastal nations on how habitat protection can enhance adaptation to dangerous climate change and improve sustainable livelihoods. Adaptation is likely to be a key element of any future post 2012 agreement
Sascha Müller-Kraenner
The Nature Conservancy (TNC)
smullerkraenner@tnc.org
+49 30 284 984 1950
Mon, 10 Dec 2007 
Rod_Salm_Resilient_Nature_Resilient_People [15 Mb]
Suharsono_Presentation [781 kb]
Suharsono Storyline [35 kb]
Alex_Arrivillaga_Presentation [5 Mb]
PostCard_Flyer_COP13 [214 kb]
Paul_Lokani_Presentation [5 Mb]
Elizabeth_Taylor_Presentation [4 Mb]
Noah_Idechong_Presentation [15 Mb]
Putting people first ; making climate action work for development
President Gayoom of the Maldives and Mr de Boer, UNFCCC Executive Secretary join Katherine Sierra, World Bank Vice President, to examine the impact of, and adaptation to, climate change. A video presenting three poor people living on three continents dealing global warming will be shown
Ian Noble
World Bank
inoble@worldbank.org
(1- 202) 473-1329
Mon, 10 Dec 2007   
US Climate Action
Update on action to address climate change in the United States
David Turnbull
U.S. Climate Action Network (USCAN)
dturnbull@climatenetwork.org
+1 202 609 9846
Mon, 10 Dec 2007   
Business for climate protection - Costs and potentials of GHG abatement in Germany
Presentation of results by BDI and BMU (Fj. Schafhausen) of McKinsey study on reduction technologies for all sectors of society. Further cost-efficient reduction potentials can be unleashed in close cooperation with the German government
Joachim Hein
Federation of German Industries (BDI)
j.hein@bdi.eu
+49 30 20281555
Mon, 10 Dec 2007 
Proposed Agenda [20 kb]
Political Conclusions [99 kb]
Presentation McKinsey [1 Mb]
Presentation Rothermel [455 kb]
Working with nature: water, wetlands, biodiversity and climate change linkages
Wetlands are particularly vulnerable to climate change and inappropriate adaptation measures. The event will discuss adaptation options with biodiversity as our ally in order to sustain human welfare. The event will cover national and international levels within the UNFCCC Nairobi Work Programme.
Jaime Alexandra Webbe
Secretariat of the Convention on Biological Diversity (CBD)
jaime.webbe@cbd.int
+1 514 287 8718
Mon, 10 Dec 2007 
CBD Presentation [4 Mb]
Conservation International Part 1 [15 Mb]
Conservation International Part 2 [2 Mb]
Global Environment Centre [2 Mb]
Climate change and children
This side event will discuss the impacts of climate change on children. It will also address the role of children, having the greatest potential to improve the environment and community
Lee Cando
United Nations Children's Fund (UNICEF)
lcando@unicef.org
+1 212 326 7780
Mon, 10 Dec 2007   
Road to Hokkaido Toyako Summit: message from Japan as a G8 host country in 2008
Japan proposes to integrate bottom-up sectoral approaches & reasonable indicators to post-2012 framework, in order to enhance practical, effective & equitable actions and to secure "Leveling playing field". Update of APP&IEA's work and Japan's ODA regarding co-benefits and adaptation are introduced
Kotaro Kawamata
Japan
Kotaro_kawamata@env.go.jp
+81 3 5521 8330
Mon, 10 Dec 2007 
0 program [7 kb]
1-2-a steel [2 Mb]
1-1 government [683 kb]
1-2-c transport [345 kb]
1-2-d power [1 Mb]
1-2-e CEPS [231 kb]
1-2-f CCAP [337 kb]
2 JICA-JBIC [2 Mb]
1-2-b cement [266 kb]
GHG emissions from aviation and maritime transport - follow up of the seminar in Oslo 4-5 October 07
Presentations of the background for and conclusions from the workshop and different approaches and issues related to reducing emissions from international aviation and maritime transport
Marit Viktoria Pettersen
Norway
mvpe@mfa.no
+47 99 648566
Mon, 10 Dec 2007 
Conclusions from the Oslo workshop, Andre Jol EEA [110 kb]
Norwegian GHG proposal to IMO, Marit V Pettersen [151 kb]
Options on aviation post-2012, Jakob Graichen [278 kb]
Options on shipping post-2012, Stefan Seum [156 kb]
Climate and justice: strengthening the poor
Examining ethical questions posed by climate change for industrial and developing countries. The session explores a fair global environmental trading system and insurance mechanisms to address climate and justice
Thomas Loster
Potsdam Institute for Climate Impact Research (PIK)
tloster@munichre-foundation.or
+49 89 3891 5287
Mon, 10 Dec 2007   
Vulnerablity of the World Protected Areas Network to Climate Change
Presentation of the results of the first global analysis of the vulnerability of the World Protected Areas Network to Climate Change. Discussion on the implications of these findings for biodiversity in regions with the greatest vulnerability to changing climate
Cinthia Soto
Costa Rica
onu.cinthia@yahoo.com
+1 212 986 6373
Mon, 10 Dec 2007   
The role of the WTO in supporting climate change mitigation and adaptation efforts
Policy makers are considering the interface between the range of options for climate change mitigation and adaptation and trade policies. This event will provide an opportunity for dialogue on the trade aspects of these options. It will highlight the role the WTO and its work programme can play
Vesile Kulaçoglu
World Trade Organization (WTO)
vesile.kulacoglu@wto.org
+41 22 739 5187
Mon, 10 Dec 2007 
WTO Side Event Outline [47 kb]
Business and government leaders pair up to discuss a post 2012 climate architecture.
Representatives will explore how business and governments can work together effectively to scale up the investment and deployment of low carbon technologies, how parallel market approaches can be linked to a global system, and how to meet the needs of developing countries
Kija Kummer Brown
World Business Council for Sustainable Development (WBCSD)
kummer@wbcsd.org
+41 22 839 3147
Tue, 11 Dec 2007   
Perspectives on global adaptation architecture: human and food security & institutional deadlocks
As adaptation moves to the forefront of the climate debate we must be mindful of its evolving institutional architecture. Our event presents three relevant issues for adaptation: human security, food security & institutional deadlocks, and how the current institutional structure might address them
Eric E. Massey
Free University Amsterdam, Institute for Environmental Studies (IVM-VU)
eric.massey@ivm.vu.nl
+31 61 525 6423
Tue, 11 Dec 2007 
Flyer [50 kb]
Building blocks for a post-2012 regime
The side event will discuss potential pathways for the post-2012 regime. A particular focus will be on policy scenarios for post-2012, possibilities for a stronger integration of rapidly industrialising countries in mitigation activities and the future development of the CDM
Wolfgang Sterk
Wuppertal Institute for Climate, Environment and Energy
wolfgang.sterk@wupperinst.org
+49 202 2492149
Tue, 11 Dec 2007 
4_climate_policy_japan [188 kb]
3_cdm_post_2012 [262 kb]
2_emerging_economies_post_2012 [936 kb]
1_post_2012_scenarios [681 kb]
Transfer of technological expertise for climate change mitigation: the e8 experience
The e8, a non-profit international group of nine major electricity companies from G8 countries, promoting sustainable development through electricity sector projects and HCB activities worldwide, will share its experience in the transfer of technological expertise for climate change mitigation
Ghita Benessahraoui
Global Sustainable Electricity Partnership
benessahraoui.ghita@hydro.qc.c
+1 514 3925642
Tue, 11 Dec 2007 
e8 Side Event Flyer and Programme [170 kb]
CDM in the future market mechanism
This side event will debate the effects of future market mechanisms in the post 2012 senario will effect the CDM. Key market players and negotiators will debate the role of the CDM and how it can or will form a link between existing and future climate mitigation schemes using market mechanism
Edwin Aalders
International Emissions Trading Association (IETA)
aalders@ieta.org
+41 22 7370500
Tue, 11 Dec 2007   
Adapting to climate change, from political commitment to action
The UN Secretary General's High Level Event on climate change has built the momentum to combat climate change at the highest political level. The event is an important follow up. It is an informal forum to present key outcomes of the HLE on adaptation and discuss a ways forward in the post Kyoto era
Arkadiy Levintanus
United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP)
arkadiy.levintanus@unep.org
+254 20 762 4728
Tue, 11 Dec 2007   
Climate change and the Millennium Development Goals (MDGs)
The achievement of the MDGs is threatened by climate change. Advocacies and efforts are needed as to achieve the MDGs. If people were guaranteed access to healthcare and education then the world would gain billions of educated and able citizens who can contribute to addressing climate change
Wilson T.P. Siahaan
Indonesia
wilson.siahaan@undp.org
+62 21 3141308; +62 811883929
Tue, 11 Dec 2007 
Term of Reference [230 kb]
Tentative Agenda [211 kb]
Accommodating national circumstances in an international REDD regime
A key challenge in the REDD debate is how to effectively accommodate the diversity of national circumstances. To identify potential paths towards a locally sensitive, international REDD regime, IDDRI organizes a roundtable with key negotiators and experts
Sheila Wertz
Institut du Développement Durable et des Relations Internationales (IDDRI)
sheila.wertz@iddri.org
+66 (0)85 909 8797
Tue, 11 Dec 2007 
Untitled [218 kb]
From North to South: Indigenous peoples contribution towards the future of the Kyoto 2012 process
The Inuit Circumpolar Council (ICC) propose a panel side event that will include Indigenous representatives from the Arctic, Australia, the Pacific, South and Central America, Africa and Asia. The focus is the post Kyoto 2012 process from an indigenous perspective
Stephanie Meakin
Inuit Circumpolar Conference (ICC)
smeakin@inuitcircumpolar.com
+613 563 2648
Tue, 11 Dec 2007   
Incentives for avoiding emissions from tropical peatlands
Emissions from degraded SE Asian tropical peatlands cause 8% of global CO2 emissions and will increase further in the absence of incentives for improved management. This side event discusses opportunities in free carbon trade, new finance mechanisms and community-based approaches
Marcel Silvius
Wetlands International
marcel.silvius@wetlands.org
+31 318 660924
Tue, 11 Dec 2007 
Introduction Jane Madgwick CEO Wetlands Int. [51 kb]
Actions for UNFCCC and World Bank - Marcel Silvius [393 kb]
Global Assessment peat, biod. & climate change [1 Mb]
Financing peatland protection - Worldbank [591 kb]
BioX - launch Global Peatland Fund [258 kb]
Biorights - Yus Noor Wetlands International [842 kb]
Film_Peat Alert: peatland loss fuels climate chang [15 Mb]
The cost of climate change and the role of the finance sector
UNEP FI will launch its latest publication addressing the role of the finance sector in mobilizing finance and investment flows to address climate change; and introduce a discussion on the finance sector's role in relation to indirect emissions
Lisa Petrovic
Insurance Initiative/UNEP
lisa.petrovic@unep.ch
(41-22) 917 8686
Tue, 11 Dec 2007   
Global Network of Women Ministers for the Environment
Levers of global security: examining how a changing climate impact women
Gugu Zulu
South Africa
gzulu@deat.gov.za
+27 12 310 3905
Tue, 11 Dec 2007   
Climate research at the Met Office Hadley Centre: new science to inform policy
The climate change agenda is moving from proving man-made change is real to taking costly actions to mitigate and adapt to inevitable climate change. The new Met Office Hadley Centre 5 year research programme will provide more detailed regional climate change predictions vital to inform decisions
Fiona Smith
Met Office Hadley Center
fiona.smith@metoffice.gov.uk
+44 139 288 4240
Tue, 11 Dec 2007 
HadleyCentreCOP13 [7 Mb]
A2IceMovie [8 Mb]
Climate change and human development: charting a new course through international cooperation
Panel debate on the threat posed by climate change to the world's poor, strategies for mitigation and adaptation. Panel including Nicholas Stern, author of The Economics of Climate Change, and Kevin Watkins, Director of the UNDP's Human Development Report Office
Vivienne Caballero
United Nations Development Programme (UNDP)
vcaballero@undp.org
+1 212 906 5866
Tue, 11 Dec 2007   
Gender and climate change
The objective is to strengthen the commitment of decision makers to integrate gender concerns into mitigation and adaptation policies among governments and civil societies. The speakers are prominent persons, experts, and environment award winner
Agustina Erni
Indonesia
agustina_erni@hotmail.com
+62 21 8517
Tue, 11 Dec 2007   
California's global warming solutions act: towards a carbon-friendly future
California's top environmental officials, Linda Adams, Secretary of the California EPA and Mary Nichols, Chair of the California Air Resources Board, will present California's vision and strategy for leadership on climate change
Robyn Camp
Climate Action Reserve
robyn@climateregistry.org
+1 213 891 6931
Tue, 11 Dec 2007   
Climate change roadmap for Indian industry
The side event will highlight the climate change roadmap for Indian industry beyond 2012 and also present key technology and industry case studies that would play a critical role in advancing climate change abatement in India
Rita Roy Choudhury
Federation of Indian Chambers of Commerce and Industry (FICCI)
roychoudhury@ficci.com
+91 9 810403255
Tue, 11 Dec 2007   
Climate change and tourism
UNWTO will present its agenda in the field of climate change and tourism, incl. the results of the 2nd International Conference on Climate Change and Tourism in Davos, Oct. 2007 and the Ministerial Summit on Tourism and Climate Change in London, Nov. 2007
Samiti Siv
World Tourism Organization (UNWTO)
env@unwto.org
+34 91 567 8100
Tue, 11 Dec 2007 
Davos Declaration [70 kb]
Summary Report - Tourism and Climate Change [1 Mb]
Participation Form UNWTO Side Event [48 kb]
Programme UNWTO Side Event [20 kb]
Background Note UNWTO Side Event [52 kb]
Lessons learned and challenges on adaptation
To promote an integrated approach to climate change involving the combination of adaptation and mitigation measures. To disseminate Colombia's experience with adaptation. To seek support from the international community to extend the adaptation experiences in Colombia to other critical areas
Paola Bettelli
Colombia
pbettelli@minambiente.gov.co
+571 332 36 07
Tue, 11 Dec 2007 
Side Event Description [98 kb]
Side Event Agenda [88 kb]
Untitled [854 kb]
Tunis Conference on CC Strategies for African and Mediterranean regions: experience of Tunisia
Outcomes of the Tunis International Solidarity Conference on CC Strategies to protect the African and Mediterranean Regions (18-20 November 2007). Tunisian experiences on CC adaptation in Agriculture, natural resources and coastal areas management
Najeh Dali
Tunisia
dgeqv@mineat.gov.tn
+216 7072 8679
Tue, 11 Dec 2007 
Tunis Inter. Solidarity Conference on CC [386 kb]
Tunisia case study on adaptation to CC [1 Mb]
Potentials of CDM forestry in Malaysia
Initiating Malaysia's maiden CDM Forestry project and its anticipation for potential projects in the forestry sector
Christine Fletcher
Malaysia
cdfletch@frim.gov.my
+6 03 6279 7177
Tue, 11 Dec 2007 
Side Event Programme [766 kb]
Presentation 1~Malaysia a Forest CDM Destination [3 Mb]
Presentation2.1~CDM Land Availability in Malaysia [4 Mb]
Presentation2.2~Carbon Sequestration Project [9 Mb]
Presentation3~Potential VER Project [15 Mb]
Paying for mitigation: modelling carbon finance flows
This session will introduce the GLOCAF model developed by the UK government and a range of partners, to model the incremental costs of climate change mitigation and the potential finance flows under a range of post 2012 scenarios
Catherine Dunn
United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland
catherine.dunn@defra.gsi.gov.u
+44 207 238 4416
Tue, 11 Dec 2007 
Presenter Biography - Alon Carmel [340 kb]
Presenter Biography - Michel den Elzen [463 kb]
Key Messages - Chinese [312 kb]
Key Messages - Arabic [317 kb]
Key Messages - Russian [319 kb]
Key Messages - Spanish [309 kb]
Key Messages - French [309 kb]
Agenda [307 kb]
Key Messages - English [315 kb]
Poster [309 kb]
GLOCAF Presentation [523 kb]
MNP Presentation [2 Mb]
Assessing the economic case for adaptation
A more accurate assessment of costs and benefits for adaptation is needed, serving better informed decision making and an appropriate international response to adverse impacts of climate change. This is the focus of a new study to be launched at Ministerial level by the British and Dutch Government
Patrick Todd
Netherlands
patrick.todd@minvrom.nl
+31 70 339 0383
Tue, 11 Dec 2007 
Detailed information on side-event [21 kb]
The Government of Canada's approach to climate change "Turning the Corner"
The Canadian Minister of the Environment (tentative) and senior officials will present an overview of Canada's climate change plan that is designed to reduce domestic emissions by 60 to 70% by 2050 as well as discuss key principles needed for a global post-2012 agreement
David McGovern
Canada
david.mcgovern@ec.gc.ca
+1 613 934 6020
Tue, 11 Dec 2007   
Green jobs & skills: drivers for climate transitions
An integrated approach to climate change allows us to capture the positive employment impacts of mitigation and adaptation measures. Also, Trade Unions will propose accompanying measures to moderate their negative impacts on workers and employment, when necessary
Lucien Royer
International Trade Union Confederation (ITUC)
royer@tuac.org
+331 55 37 37 37
Wed, 12 Dec 2007 
TUnion News 1st Opening Announcement [85 kb]
COP13 TUnion Statement- also in French & Spanish [224 kb]
Side Event 12 December Programme [36 kb]
Global Mitigation Strategies for Climate Change - Results from the ADAM project
The Adaptation and Mitigation Strategies: Supporting European Climate Policy project (ADAM) is presenting results on long-term CC mitigation scenarios; costs, technologies and strategies for CC; and global governance for mitigating CC during a panel discussion with international experts
Henry Neufeldt
University of East Anglia (UEA)
h.neufeldt@uea.ac.uk
+44 1603 591120
Wed, 12 Dec 2007 
ADAM side event agenda [48 kb]
The distribution of allowances in a United States Cap and Trade System
The U.S. Congress is indicating that a significant portion of the pollution allowances in a cap and trade system may be used for public benefit. We will consider how the value of the allowances may be used, e.g. international adaptation, wildlife, technology, and assistance for low-income Americans.
Katrina Managan
National Wildlife Federation (NWF)
managan@nwf.org
+1 202 797 6620
Wed, 12 Dec 2007   
Analysis to support a solid economic basis for post-2012 action
The OECD Secretary-General will lead a discussion on how to ensure a solid economic footing for the post-2012 framework. Including main messages from OECD work on: economic and climate change modelling; policy instruments; adaptation, and benefits of climate policies from global to city scale
Elizabeth Corbett
Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD)
elizabeth.corbett@oecd.org
+33 1 45247693
Wed, 12 Dec 2007 
OECD side event programme [43 kb]
Mexico presentation [221 kb]
Norway presentation [71 kb]
Secretary-General's speech [20 kb]
Bianca Jagger, Chair of The World Future Council calls for zero emissions by 2020
If rich industrialized countries want to limit global temperatures to 2C, they will have to commit to a reduction of 80% in carbon emission by 2020 whilst working vigorously to restore the earth capacity to absorb greenhouse gases. Current pledges of 80% by 2050 are anachronistic and irresponsible
Stefan Schurig
World Food Council (WFC)
stefan@worldfuturecouncil.org
+49 40 30 709 1427
Wed, 12 Dec 2007   
Building on Pocantico: towards an integrated multi-track framework
The Climate Dialogue at Pocantico recommends a post-2012 framework integrating different types of mitigation commitments. This side event presents a new report elaborating this integrated multi-track approach and preliminary results of computer modeling examining alternative policy scenarios
Joanna Lewis
Center for Climate and Energy Solutions (C2ES)
lewisj@pewclimate.org
+1 703 516 4146
Wed, 12 Dec 2007 
Side Event Program [68 kb]
Promoting bioenergy towards sustainable development & climate change mitigation: the GBEP challenge
The Italian Ministry for the Environment, Land and Sea, which chairs GBEP, presents the first year activity of GBEP and the Report on the Current State of Bioenergy Development in G8+5Countries. Country experiences in the field of bioenergy as well as GBEPs work will be discussed
Calamaro Laura
Italy
calamaro.laura@minambiente.it
+39 06 5722 8130
Wed, 12 Dec 2007   
ICLEI - Local Governments and climate action
Local leaders from around the world will discuss different tools and strategies for climate mitigation and adaptation that they are implementing. ICLEI will present the LG GHG Emissions Protocol as one of the tools for standard reporting aligned with UNFCCC guidelines to national governments
Michelle Wyman
ICLEI-Local Governments for Sustainability (ICLEI)
michelle.wyman@iclei.org
+1 510 844 0699
Wed, 12 Dec 2007   
Regional perspective on addressing climate change
The side event of UN Regional Commissions will provide an opportunity to address the regional implications of climate change and discuss innovative solutions to be undertaken through regional efforts in order to effectively tackle climate change
Kazi A. Rahman
United Nations (UN)
rahman3@un.org
+1 212 963 5561
Wed, 12 Dec 2007 
Provisional Agenda and Background information [603 kb]
Regional Commissions Side Event Flyer [144 kb]
India's approach to climate change
Transfer of clean technologies accompanied by incremental finance would play an important role for mitigating climate change and help adaptation
R.K.Sethi
India
rksethi@nic.in
+91 11 2436 2252
Wed, 12 Dec 2007   
Cornerstones of a future climate regime from a scientific perspective
Prof. Schellnhuber, personal climate consultant of the Federal Chancellor of Germany and director of the Potsdam Institute for climate impact research, together with Nobel lauriates demonstrate ideas how to combat climate change with a view to global sustainability
Sonja Niehoff
Germany
sonja.niehoff@bmu.bund.de
+49 3018 305 2316
Wed, 12 Dec 2007   
Partnerships for energy security, clean development and climate change
The United States would like to highlight progress made in partnerships to address climate change and sustainable development
Amanda Vockerodt
United States of America
VockerodtAP@state.gov
+1 202 647 4283
Wed, 12 Dec 2007 
Jim Connaughton's Presentation [440 kb]
Bill Hohenstein's Presentation [1005 kb]
Bill Irving's Presentation [583 kb]
Andy Karsner's Presentation [737 kb]
The IPCC AR4 Synthesis Report; Key findings for policymakers
Briefing for Ministers and heads of delegations by the IPCC Chair and members of the Core Writing Team of the AR4 Synthesis Report
Renate Christ
WMO/UNEP Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC)
ipcc-sec@wmo.int
+41 22 7308254
Thu, 13 Dec 2007   
The Climate Crisis: The Way Forward
The role of international treaty negotiations and domestic action in solving the climate crisis.
Kalee Kreider
The Climate Reality Project
press@carthagegroup.com
+1 615 3272227
Thu, 13 Dec 2007   
Sectoral approaches to climate change
Highlight the actions of a large number of industry sectors in combating climate change and discuss how they might function in the framework of international climate policy implementation
Carlos Busquets
Inuit Circumpolar Conference (ICC)
carlos.busquets@iccwbo.org
+33 1 4953 2975
Thu, 13 Dec 2007 
Untitled [292 kb]
Fuel efficiency in transport: achieving the potential
Past vehicle fuel efficiency improvements have not fully delivered on their promise. Gains have been eroded by increased vehicle size, power, comfort and driving. We investigate the real potential for efficiency improvements and propose a way forward
Philippe Crist
European Conference of Ministers of Transport (ECMT)
philippe.crist@oecd.org
+33 1 4524 9447
Thu, 13 Dec 2007 
2 - Cutting Transport CO2 Emissions Summary [581 kb]
3 - Making Cars more Fuel Efficient Summary [366 kb]
4 - Biofuels Round Table Report Summary [271 kb]
1 - Fuel Efficiency Side Event Programme [548 kb]
5 - About the International Transport Forum [342 kb]
Which priority of the French policy for the post 2012 climate change regime?
Side event with the participation of Jean Louis Borloo, Minister for Ecology, Sustainable Development and Spatial Planning: National action plan, research and innovation policies, international cooperation, climate science and adaptation, assesment of forest cover changes
MARIE JAUDET
France
marie.jaudet@cop21.gouv.fr
+33 0 664402246
Thu, 13 Dec 2007   
Nuclear energy: myth and reality
As nations worldwide seek to reduce greenhouse gas emissions, nuclear energy is promoted as a solution to climate change. On this side event experts from Europe, Australia, Brazil, South Africa and India discuss the role of nuclear energy in combating climate change, and present the alternatives
Rita Hoppe
Heinrich Böll Foundation (HBF)
hoppe@boell.de
+49 30 2853 4216
Thu, 13 Dec 2007 
Nuclear Side Event information [350 kb]
Amazon forest people alliance and compensation for reduction of emissions from deforestation (RED)
The renewed Alliance of People of the Amazon forest, that unites indigenous people and rubber tappers, among others, came together to request the compensation for the ecosystem services of the forests protected by their struggles through access to carbon markets
Paulo Moutinho
Amazon Environmental Research Institute (IPAM)
moutinho@ipam.org.br
+55 61 3349 3698
Thu, 13 Dec 2007   
Dispelling the myths: biofuels for climate change mitigation and adaptation
This high level event will discuss the potential of biofuels for climate change mitigation and adaptation, highlight key factors and current analysis; and create a forum with speakers on policy implications required to enable biofuels to contribute to a lower carbon and sustainable energy future
Elise Buckle
International Union for Conservation of Nature (IUCN)
elise.buckle@iucn.org
+4122 999 0240
Thu, 13 Dec 2007   
How can the CDM help improve air quality in megacities?
The project explores the synergies between the CDM and urban air quality. In the side event the outcomes of 2 year research project with concrete case studies in 4 Asian cities will be presented. Various experts will highlight how more CDM projects in the transport sector can be developed
Aditi Dass
Winrock International India (WII)
aditi@winrockindia.org
+91 124 430 3823
Thu, 13 Dec 2007 
CURB-AIR side event flyer [1 Mb]
agenda [36 kb]
Huizenga_co-benefits [979 kb]
Bakker CURB-AIR [328 kb]
Dass Ethanol-diesel Karnataka [1012 kb]
Lozano Transmilenio [1 Mb]
Salim TransJakarta [1 Mb]
Dalkmann CDM and transport [1 Mb]
Global outlook for ice and snow
The melt of Asian mountain glaciers can lead to increased water shortages for 1.3 billion people. This topic will be highlighted when the UNEP report Global Outlook for Ice and Snow is presented. Other topics will be the consequences of sea level rise and the melting ice in the Arctic
Silje Pileberg
Center for International Climate and Environmental Research (CICERO)
siljeip@cicero.uio.no
+47 2285 8774
Thu, 13 Dec 2007 
Programme for Ice and Snow-event [135 kb]
Launch of a new adaptation support facility: reducing CC vulnerability in Sub-Saharan Africa
Immediate action is needed to reduce the climate vulnerability of the sub-Saharan region. The CC DARE, a joint UNEP/UNDP programme, provides targeted and flexible support for the integration of adaptation into development planning and decision-making. Key speakers from UNEP, UNDP and Danida
Eva Jensen
Denmark
evj@mim.dk
+45 72 54 61 21
Thu, 13 Dec 2007   
GLOBE G8 +5 Climate Change Dialogue on post-2012
GLOBE G8 +5 Climate Change Dialogue Post-2012 Framework Presentation of GLOBE Legislators Process and Lord Michael Jay's post-2012 framework paper: panel to include Rt Hon Elliot Morley MP and senior legislators from EU, US, India and Japan
Adam Matthews
Global Legislators Organisation for a Balanced Environment (Globe EU)
kiikg@parliament.uk
+44 207 222 6960
Thu, 13 Dec 2007   
Saving energy in refrigeration and air conditioning: a crucial challenge for global warming mitigati
Refrigeration is indispensable to life. It accounts for about 15% of worldwide electricity use, so improving the energy efficiency of refrigeration equipment is an essential challenge for global warming mitigation, being as vital as the limitation of emissions of refrigerants such as HCFCs
Jean-Luc Dupont
Institut International du Froid (IIF)
jl.dupont@iifiir.org
+33 1 4227 3273
Thu, 13 Dec 2007 
Side event draft agenda [28 kb]
Health protection from climate change
WHO and partners will describe the international health response to climate change, including launch of a global strategy on health protection from climate change, announcement of increased country support, and examples of promoting health through mitigation and adaptation from across the world
Diarmid Campbell-Lendrum
World Health Organization (WHO)
campbelllendrumd@who.int
+ 41 22 791 4261
Thu, 13 Dec 2007 
WHO event flier/poster [389 kb]
Towards REDD: the Papua New Guinea National System to monitor & report GHGs emissions from forests
Under the UNFCCC and IPCC, PNG has evaluated methodological and technical matters to establish a country system to assess changes in forests. PNG will illustrate its future National System scheme and explain, with practical examples and data, the approaches that have been utilized
Kevin Conrad
Papua New Guinea
Conrad@RainforestCoalition.org
+1 212 854 8181
Thu, 13 Dec 2007   
Programmatic CDM in China: how to realize the full CDM potential and its impacts
Scholars will introduce their latest findings on programmatic CDM studies, including latest P-CDM rules, P-CDM methodological issues, the impacts of global carbon market on P-CDM implementation, the potential of P-CDM, social and economic impacts of P-CDM and especially the P-CDM case studies
Wang Mou
Research Centre for Sustainable Development (RCSD)
wangmou@yahoo.cn
+86 136 8100 7598
Thu, 13 Dec 2007   
Tropical carbon supply and international carbon markets
Recent modeling of Amazon deforestation and land use suggests that substantial reductions of deforestation may be possible at lower cost than previously estimated; possible potential effects of market-based compensation for reduced deforestation on international carbon markets
Bryan Weigle
Environmental Defense Fund (EDF)
bweigle@environmentaldefense.o
+1 202 572 3346
Thu, 13 Dec 2007   
Developing country post-2012 strategies
This session will discuss some of the developing country post-2012 strategies that have been developed within CCAP's Future Actions Dialogue, including sectoral approaches, SD-PAMs, and sectoral CDM and, how they could fit together into a post-2012 package
Jake Schmidt
Center for Clean Air Policy (CCAP)
jschmidt@ccap.org
(1-202) 408-9260
Thu, 13 Dec 2007   
Future international climate policy: conclusions & outputs from the BASIC
Issues and options for climate policy for Bali and beyond. Panel and audience discussion on key choices facing the climate regime
Thomas Tanner
Institute of Development Studies (IDS)
t.tanner@ids.ac.uk
+44 1273 915766
Thu, 13 Dec 2007   
A global CO2 tax
The future climate regime for the period after 2012 needs efficient instrument that provide incentives to emitters to reduce their emissions. Such an instrument is a global CO2 tax. Furthermore, the income from the tax could be used to finance adaptation, a not yet resolved issue
José Romero
Switzerland
jose.romero@bafu.admin.ch
+41 79 2519069
Thu, 13 Dec 2007   
Adaptation to and mitigation of climate change through the UNCCD
Investing in UNCCD implementation as a way for adaptation to and mitigation of climate change
Melchiade Bukuru
Secretariat of the United Nations Convention to Combat Desertification (UNCCD)
bukuru@un.org
+1 212 963 4871
Thu, 13 Dec 2007 
Side event theme and format [33 kb]
High-level roundtable on climate change and sustainable development organized by UN DESA
Climate change can only be addressed effectively within the context of sustainable development. The High-Level Roundtable will focus on the linkages between economic growth, energy consumption and climate change, taking into account all three pillars of sustainable development
Ralph Wahnschafft
United Nations (UN)
wahnschafft@un.org
+1 212 963 8598
Thu, 13 Dec 2007   
A/R CDM projects stranded? Methodologies and tools that help them fly
During this informal event A/R experts (including A/R WG members) will demonstrate various methodologies and tools for developing A/R methodologies and PDDs for compliance and voluntary markets
Igino Emmer
FACE Foundation (FACE)
igino.emmer@facefoundation.nl
+31 26 3570770
Fri, 14 Dec 2007 
Introduction [284 kb]
EB-approved AR tools [258 kb]
COP13 AR Encofor tools [830 kb]
COP13 AR Catie tools [1 Mb]
COP13 AR feedback project developer [467 kb]
COP13 VCS and CCB [775 kb]
1-2 p.m. CIRCE project. 2-3 p.m. Business Scorecards in Bali
1. CIRCE aims at developing for the first time an integrated assessment of the climate change impacts in the Mediterranean countries in terms of joint adaptation and mitigation strategies. 2.Business scorecards in Bali: are the demands of the business community being met in Bali?
Antonella Battaglini
Energy Carbon Fund (ECF)
antonella@european-climate-for
+49 331 288 2670
Fri, 14 Dec 2007   
Ethical issues raised by the work of IPCC
The session will examine how the scientific and economic work of the IPCC raises ethical questions that need to be understood by citizens and policy makers. Session will examine issues that are derived from the IPCC's Fourth Assessment
Donald A. Brown
Penn State University
jaw34@psu.edu
+1 814 865 0333
Fri, 14 Dec 2007   
Articulating science and education to face the challenge of global climate change: a UNESCO dialogue
The challenge of climate change calls for understanding vulnerability, enhancing resilience and promoting positive behavioral change. This cannot be achieved without the strong articulation between the sciences - natural and social - and education that constitutes UNESCO's distinctive contribution
L. Anathea Brooks
United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO)
a.brooks@unesco.org
+33 1 4568 4128
Fri, 14 Dec 2007 
a UNESCO dialogue [97 kb]
Project Angola LNG contributing towards a better future
The Project Angola-LNG is being developed as a solution to use of the gas associated to the petroleum exploration and to eliminate the gas flaring in Angola. As result it will make possible the protection of a non-renewable natural resources and to reduce the GHG emission
Vladimir Russo
Angola
roquerusso@nexus.co.ao
+244 912 32 19 18
Fri, 14 Dec 2007   

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Exhibits list

Theme Organizer Attachments
Climate Change Kiosk: with the primary goal to provide information about the climate change process and the secretariat Alexander Saier
Secretariat of the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC)
asaier@unfccc.int
+49 228 8151509
 
...inSide climate change publications counter Barbara Black
Secretariat of the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC)
bblack@unfccc.int
+49 221 815-1523
 
Display of AR4 Working Group Reports and other recent IPCC Reports; distribution of summaries of the Working Group Reports in all UN languages and of a pre-publication version of the AR4 Synthesis Report; and demonstration of the IPCC Data Distribution Center Renate Christ
WMO/UNEP Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC)
ipcc-sec@wmo.int
+41 22 7308254
 
Distribution of WCI documents Luke Warren
World Coal Association (WCA)
lwarren@worldcoal.org
+44 208 8614 7844
 
Drawing on CI's partnerships with public and private institutions in over 40 countries, this exhibit will present in visual and written form a broad spectrum of practical experiences and scientific analyses to promote understanding of forest carbon mitigation experiences and adaptation science Laura Ledwith
Conservation International (CI)
lledwith@conservation.org
+1 202 912 1492
 
Climate change, green jobs & social transition Lucien Royer
International Trade Union Confederation (ITUC)
royer@tuac.org
+331 55 37 37 37
 
Gender and climate change - women for climate justice Ulrike Roehr
LIFE e.V.
roehr@life-online.de
+49 179 2031511
Integrating gender into climate policy [133 kb]
Programme gender meetings and events [45 kb]
The Renewable Energy and Energy Efficiency Partnership Katrina Lederer-Geh
Renewable Energy and Energy Efficiency Partnership (REEEP)
katrina.lederer@reeep.org
+43 1 26026 3425
 
Asian Development Bank: Clean Energy and Environment Program Toru Kubo
Asian Development Bank (ADB)
cvillamar@adb.org
+63 2 632 5912
 
Business collaborating to provide Policy Directions to 2050 Kija Kummer Brown
World Business Council for Sustainable Development (WBCSD)
kummer@wbcsd.org
+41 22 839 3147
 
Tyndall Centre for Climate Change and the Environmental Change Institute, University of Oxford: information on research: climate policy, energy futures, resilience, development, coasts and cities, the Amazon, avoided deforestation, CDM, non-state actors and climate mitigation and carbon offsets Henry Neufeldt
University of East Anglia (UEA)
h.neufeldt@uea.ac.uk
+44 1603 591120
 
Climate Action Network International Karim Harris
Climate Action Network International (CAN International)
karim@climnet.org
+32 229 5225
 
The Wuppertal Institute is providing information material on a wide range of issues such as the Kyoto Mechanisms, the EU emissions trading regime, equity considerations in the UNFCCC process and possible post-2012 policy options Wolfgang Sterk
Wuppertal Institute for Climate, Environment and Energy
wolfgang.sterk@wupperinst.org
+49 202 2492149
 
Visit the Carbon Markets Association and find out how we can help your company. Talk to our industry members as well as representatives of the UK Government's Climate Change Projects Office Adam Nathan
London Climate Change Services (LCCS)
adam.nathan@carbonmarketsassoc
+44 7970 34 2576
 
France an international partner in the field of climate change : assessment of forest cover changes, research and innovation policies , adaptation plan, training, development on CDM projects MARIE JAUDET
France
marie.jaudet@cop21.gouv.fr
+33 0 664402246
 
Energy policy and technologies for a carbon constrained world Jenny Gell
International Energy Agency (IEA)
Jenny.gell@iea.org
+33 1 40576729
 
Kakushin Program: Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology has launched a new 5 year research initiative called "Innovative Program of Climate Change Projection for the 21st Century" which utilizes the Earth Simulator to address emerging research challenges Junko Morizane
Overseas Environmental Cooperation Center, Japan (OECC)
morizane@oecc.or.jp
+81 35 472014
 
Exhibition on how to achieve sustainable transport systems with rail and public transport Energy saving driving simulator from DB AG Margrethe Sagevik
International Union of Railways (UIC)
sagevik@uic.org
+33 1 44492035
 
Publications on International Climate Policies (Focus: CDM); Discussion of ongoing issue Axel Michaelowa
ClimateNet
michaelowa@perspectives.cc
+41 44 8204208
 
Publication and information provided by the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO) Michele Bernardi
Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO)
michele.bernardi@fao.org
+39 6 57052442
 
World Resources Institute: Understanding the linkages between and land-use change, climate and development. Natalie Bushell
World Resources Institute (WRI)
nbushell@wri.org
+1 202 729 7670
 
WWF information booth Martin Hiller
WWF (WWF)
mhiller@wwfint.org
+41 79 3472256
 
Presentation of the Climate Alliance of European Cities with Indigenous Rainforest Peoples. Actually more than 1400 municipalities located in 17 European countries are members. The Green Footprints Campaign: A contribution from European children to mitigate climate change will also be presented Thomas Brose
Climate Alliance (Klima-Bündnis)
t.brose@climatealliance.org
+49 69 7171 3931
 
Practical Action is taking account of the impacts of climate change on its work for poverty reduction - including our projects with communities, knowledge sharing and policy influencing Rachel Berger
Practical Action
rachel.berger@practicalaction.
+44 7966 542181
 
UNEP's activities in support of intergovernmental process on climate change Arkadiy Levintanus
United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP)
arkadiy.levintanus@unep.org
+254 20 762 4728
 
The melt of ice and snow caused by global warming has serious consequences. On this joint exhibit for the programs Global Outlook for Ice and Snow and Many Strong Voices, the challenges for Arctic communities and small island developing states has a particular focus Silje Pileberg
Center for International Climate and Environmental Research (CICERO)
siljeip@cicero.uio.no
+47 2285 8774
 
Highligting the work of Oxfam and its partners in Indonesia. Tata Mustasya
Oxfam Great Britain (OXFAM)
tmustasya@oxfam.org.uk
+62 812 9626 997
Concept Note-Side Event [34 kb]
Global Terrestrial Observing System (GTOS) publications and information. Reuben Sessa
Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO)
reuben.sessa@fao.org
+39 6 57056519
 
Responding to climate change James Ramsey
Responding to Climate Change (RTCC)
anna@rtcc.org
+44 20 77992222
 
The OneWorld network is opening up a window into the Bali conference. It aims to show how new technologies of virtual worlds can allow people from around the world to participate to a significant extent in what happening in Bali, without the carbon cost of flying to Indonesia Jeffrey Allen
Oneworld UK
jeffrey.allen@oneworld.net
+1 202 885 2679
 
The European Renewable Energy Council together with Greenpeace, the European Wind Energy Association and the Global Wind Energy Council for the first time present the way forward to reduce global CO2 emissions by 50% in 2050 whilst providing a secure and affordable energy supply. Oliver Schäfer
European Renewable Energy Council (EREC)
schaefer@erec.org
+ 32 49 66 52 837
 
OECD & Annex I Expert Group recent reports, publications and documents. Elizabeth Corbett
Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD)
elizabeth.corbett@oecd.org
+33 1 45247693
 
Stand of the Environmental Change Institute, University of Oxford (UK). Highlighting insights from published and unpublished research into climate change, including programmes on the Amazon, avoided deforestation, CDM, non-state actors and climate mitigation, carbon offsets etc. Philip Mann
University of Oxford, Environmental Change Institute (ECI)
philip.mann@eci.ox.ac.uk
+44 18 6527 5859
 
Tools for climate resilient and low carbondevelopment. The exhibit will highlight tools for screening activities for climate risks and a a new Climate Change Wiki Ian Noble
World Bank
inoble@worldbank.org
(1- 202) 473-1329
 
Our exhibits will mainly 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 the 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
 
Effective rights-based strategies to reduce deforestation Simone Lovera
Global Forest Coalition (GFC)
simone@globalforestcoalition.o
+31 6 47392511
 
Tropical peat forests & climate change: Degradation of SE Asian peatlands causes 8% of global CO2 emissions. This will increase in absence of incentives for improved management. Wetlands International discusses opportunities of free carbon trade, new finance mechanisms and community-based approaches Marcel Silvius
Wetlands International
marcel.silvius@wetlands.org
+31 318 660924
 
US Climate Action Network David Turnbull
U.S. Climate Action Network (USCAN)
dturnbull@climatenetwork.org
+1 202 609 9846
 
Global asessment on peatlands biodiversity and climate change: showcasing key findings of the global assessment which will be launched during the COP 13 meeting Faizal Parish
Global Environment Centre (GEC)
faizal.parish@gmail.com
+60 3 79572007
 
Quality CO2 certificates from afforestation: The CarbonFix Standard (CFS) combines the view of the CO2-buyer on high-quality forestry projects with a simple application for the project developer. The NGO CarbonFix sees afforestations as the COMPLEMENTARY action to combat climate-change Moriz Vohrer
CarbonFix e.V.
m.vohrer@carbonfix.info
+4 176 64803182
 
Tearfund is a UK Christian relief and development agency working to highlight the effects of climate change on poor people and lobbying for international action Laura Hughes
TEARFUND
laura.hughes@tearfund.org
+44 20 8943 7956
 
The climate change agenda is moving from proving man-made change is real to taking costly actions to mitigate and adapt to inevitable climate change. The new 5 year research programme of the Hadley Centre will provide more detailed regional climate change predictions vital to inform decisions. Fiona Smith
Met Office Hadley Center
fiona.smith@metoffice.gov.uk
+44 139 288 4240
 
A display of UNDP's work in support of developing countries' efforts to respond to the climate change challenge and manage risks effectively while pursuing sustainable development goals; with a special focus on lessons learned and best practice in adaptation, mitigation, technology and financing Vivienne Caballero
United Nations Development Programme (UNDP)
vcaballero@undp.org
+1 212 906 5866
 
Leadership and Climate Change - Turning Vision into Action Trevor Rees
Leadership for Environment and Development International (LEAD International)
trevor@lead.org
+44 207 938 8716
 
Recent findings and publications from CCAP's international and U.S. climate policy work. Jake Schmidt
Center for Clean Air Policy (CCAP)
jschmidt@ccap.org
(1-202) 408-9260
 
CDM projects have real implications on communities. This photo essay aims to open space for their voices Tamra Gilbertson
Transnational Institute (TNI)
tamra@tni.org
+34 625 498083
 
Information on GEF activities and climate change Monica Fernades
Global Environment Facility (GEF)
mfernandes@worldbank.org
+1 202 473 9647
Financing Adaptation Action [993 kb]
The Institute for Global Environmental Strategies (IGES) is a strategic policy research institute focusing on solutions to global environmental challenges in the Asia-Pacific region. The exhibit will display the most recent IGES publications on climate change and other environmental issues. Ancha Srinivasan
Institute for Global Environmental Strategies (IGES)
ancha@iges.or.jp
(81-468) 55 3810
 
Information on all aspects of nuclear energy and its contribution to sustainable development, as a provider of reliable low carbon electricity. Magnus Mori
World Nuclear Association (WNA)
mori@world-nuclear.org
+44 207 451 1541
 
Institute of Development Studies work on climate change and disasters. Free reports, cds & papers from BASIC, ORCHID and other IDS projects covering adaptation, disaster risk reduction, mitigation and integration of climate change and development Thomas Tanner
Institute of Development Studies (IDS)
t.tanner@ids.ac.uk
+44 1273 915766
 
Tackling climate change through Forestry Agenda Michael Hailu
Center for International Forestry Research (CIFOR)
m.hailu@cgiar.org
+ 62 251 62 2622
 
Information on the World Conservation Congress to be held in Barcelona (2008) - Information on Reduced Emissions from Deforestation and Ecosystem Degradation - Information on Biofuels Elise Buckle
International Union for Conservation of Nature (IUCN)
elise.buckle@iucn.org
+4122 999 0240
 
Climate change adaptation in Africa We show interdisciplinary research and collective learning about climate scenarios and adaptive strategies in Ghana and S Africa. The 2007 floods stress the need for culturally sensitive scale-relevant information for anticipating and adapting to climatic stress. Petra Tschakert
Penn State University
jaw34@psu.edu
+814 865 0333
 
The Clean Air project from Swisscontact in Indonesia José Romero
Switzerland
jose.romero@bafu.admin.ch
+41 79 2519069
 
The work of IPIECA and the Oil and Gas industry in the field of Climate Change. Robert Siveter
International Petroleum Industry Environmental Conservation Association (IPIECA)
robert.siveter@ipieca.org
+44 20 76332378
 
International Institute for Environment and Development Beth Henriette
International Institute for Environment and Development (IIED)
beth.henriette@iied.org
+44 207 3882117
 
The Pew Center will distribute its reports on climate change. Joanna Lewis
Center for Climate and Energy Solutions (C2ES)
lewisj@pewclimate.org
+1 703 516 4146
 
Climate change - national priorities and global concern Kerstin Heikenfeldt
Sweden
kerstin.heikenfeldt@naturvards
+0 10648 4673394185
 
The exhibit will highlight TERI's role in integrating climate change concerns through research and outreach, bringing in a developing country perspective on various issues. Focus would be on building on the advancements in science, vulnerability and adaptation, carbon markets and policy issues. Suruchi Bhadwal
The Energy and Resources Institute (TERI)
suruchib@teri.res.in
+91 11 24682100
 
One million species may face increased threats of extinction as a result of climate change. At the same time, biodiversity plays an important role in mitigation and adaptation. The exhibit will highlight the links between biodiversity and climate change within the Convention on Biological Diversity. Jaime Alexandra Webbe
Secretariat of the Convention on Biological Diversity (CBD)
jaime.webbe@cbd.int
+1 514 287 8718
 
The High Conservation Value framework is a powerful tool to identify critical values (social, environmental and ecosystem services) at the landscape level. It can be combined with carbon analysis to guide land use decisions, balance conflicting needs, and control REDD risk within managed landscapes. Christopher Stewart
Forest Stewardship Council (FSC)
christopher@proforest.net
+44 1865 24 3439 104
 
Panos supports the media and marginalised communities in developing countries to increase public understanding and debate on climate change issues. Lessons from projects show how better communication can achieve greater inclusion of Southern needs and voices in decisions about climate change. Rod Harbinson
Panos
rod.harbinson@panos.org.uk
+44 207 2397607
 
Columbia University's International Research Institute for Climate and Society (IRI) is a catalyst for the creation and provision of science that addresses the climate risk management needs of the developing world. The exhibit features examples of our work, and offers copies of our publications. Esther Ebrahimian
Columbia University
esther@iri.columbia.edu
+1 845 680 4411
 
The exhibit demonstrates how Ithaca College is reducing its carbon emissions through projects that increase energy efficiency and promote renewable energy. These examples reveal how universities are expanding their efforts beyond research to address climate change through sustainability initiatives. Sean Vormwald
Ithaca College
svormwald@ithaca.edu
+1 607 274 3826
 
The Indonesian Civil Society Organization Forum for Climate Change Rini Nasution
Indonesian Civil Society Organizations Forum on Climate Change*
rini@satudunia.net
+62 21 8370 5520
 
START: bridging science and practice for responding to climate change. The exhibit will highlight START programs for building scientific capacity, enabling research, communicating science to society, applying knowledge for effective adaptation, and supporting the Nairobi Work Programme. Neil Leary
START International, Inc. (START)
nleary@agu.org
+1 202 462 2213
 
The ESA booth will be related to global aspects for monitoring of climate-relevant parameters related to the four basic elements of ancient Greek philosophers: land, water, air and fire. The objective is to make Earth Observation seen as a feasible and practical tool for Climate Change observation. Frank Martin Seifert
European Space Agency (ESA)
frank.martin.seifert@esa.int
+390 6 94180560
ESA Representatives [31 kb]
Highlights of the International Institute for Sustainable Development's work in Canada and internationally on the development of a post-2012 regime; market mechanisms for sustainable development; and support for adaptation to climate change. Jo-Ellen Parry
International Institute for Sustainable Development (IISD)
jparry@iisd.ca
+1 204 9587722
 
The exhibit will feature information outlining WADE's work and background information on the benefits of decentralized energy- especially as they relate to climate change mitigation and adaptation. Jeff Bell
World Alliance for Decentralized Energy (WADE)
jeff.bell@localpower.org
+44 131 625 3333
 
Climate change and children Lee Cando
United Nations Children's Fund (UNICEF)
lcando@unicef.org
+1 212 326 7780
 
Introduction of the CDM/JI Support Programme commissioned by the Ministry of the Environment, Japan (MOEJ). The programme secretariat is Global Environment Centre Foundation. Distribution of the MOEJ publication “CDM/JI Manual for Project Developers and Policy Makers - 2007”. Tomoya Motoda
Global Environment Centre (GEC)
cdm-fs@gec.jp
+81-6-6915-4121
Poster - CDM/JI Support Programme Overview [193 kb]
Poster - CDM/JI Support Programme 2007 [585 kb]
Japan's 5-year research initiative, "Innovative Program of Climate Change Projection for the 21st Century" with objective to further improve physical and bio-geochemical processes in modeling, address projection uncertainties, and apply regionally detail projections to natural disaster assessment. Kotaro Kawamata
Japan
Kotaro_kawamata@env.go.jp
+81 3 5521 8330
 
ITTO has been promoting Sustainable Forest Management (SFM) in the tropics for two decades. We would like to share our work in the field of sustainable forest management to reduce deforestation and forest degradation in the tropics. Steven Johnson
International Tropical Timber Organization (ITTO)
johnson@itto.or.jp
+81 45 223 1110
 
Climate Technology Initiative (CTI) - its background and activities Taiki Kuroda
International Center for Environmental Technology Transfer (ICETT)
kuroda@icett.or.jp
+81 593 293500
 
Nuclear energy is not a solution for climate change - WECF and partners will show real and sustainable solutions for climate change - local and global - and demonstrate why nuclear energy is not a part of it. Gender aspects, regional, and personal experiences will play a role. Sabine Bock
Women in Europe for a Common Future (WECF)
sabine.bock@wecf.eu
+49 89 232393812
 
Research at the Joint Research Centre (JRC) in support of EU Climate Change policy making Eimear Kelleher
European Union
eimear.kelleher@ec.europa.eu
+39 033 278 5569
 
The Gold Standard Michael Schlup
The Gold Standard Foundation (GSF)
michael@cdmgoldstandard.org
+41 61 283 0916
 
Today's decisions affect tomorrow's generation and young people's voices should be heard. Solar Generation youth from around the world highlight the impacts of climate change and demand clean energy solutions for a safe and equitable world. Kyoto, just do it! Stephanie Tunmore
Greenpeace International (GREENPEACE)
stephanie.tunmore@uk.greenpeac
+44 77 9694 7451
 
Korea's GHG reduction drive - GHG reduction researches and projects of energy and industry sector by Korea Energy Management Corporation - GHG reduction actions of Korean confirms Dong-sik Shin
Republic of Korea
iamdongsik@kemco.or.kr
+82 31 260 4547
 
Showcase Friends of the Earth International's work on climate change and climate justice. Stephanie Long
Friends of the Earth International (FOEI)
stephanie.long@foe.org.au
+61 414 136461
 
Information on policy approaches and initiatives of Indonesia to advance adaptation and mitigation of climate change and moving towards sustainable development Laksmi Dhewanthi
Indonesia
ldhewanthi@menlh.go.id
+62 21 851 7161
 
Recent findings of options to strengthen the integrity of the CDM with respect to additionsality Dietrich Borst
German Emissions Trading Association (BVEK)
borst@bvek.de
+49 30 55877304
 
Introduction of NEDO's activities for addressing the issue of global warming -R&D of new energy and environmental technology, international cooperation and Kyoto Mechanisms Credit Acquisition Program etc. Mizuho Kumade
New Energy and Industrial Technology Development Organization (NEDO)
km-ap@nedo.go.jp
+81 44 520 5185
 
Launch of a best practice guide to the Clean Development Mechanism Methodologies with annotated decisions of the UNFCCC CDM Executive Board and on base line selection and additionality Catherine Dunn
United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland
catherine.dunn@defra.gsi.gov.u
+44 207 238 4416
 
Joint stand with the International Union of Railways. The climate of urban change - the potential of urban transport in reducing C02 emissions Heather Allen
International Association of Public Transport (UITP)
heather.allen@uitp.org
+32 2661 3190
 
Capacity building for climate change adaptation - "A Caribbean experience" Kenrick Leslie
Caribbean Community Climate Change Centre (CCCCC)
oed@caribbeanclimate.bz
+501 822 1104
 
Overview of IETA activities and documents developed by IETA to enhance the implementation of the CDM and JI under existing and future frameworks Edwin Aalders
International Emissions Trading Association (IETA)
aalders@ieta.org
+41 22 7370500
 
North American Clean Energy Industries in Action -- Energy Efficiency, Renewable Energy and Clean Generation Technologies Are Ready Today to Cost Effectively Reduce Emissions -- We need market signals to be loud, long and clear! Lisa Jacobson
Business Council for Sustainable Energy (BCSE)
ljacobson@bcse.org
+1 202 7850507
 
Demonstrate credible approaches for reducing emissions through deforestation, including measuring/monitoring methodologies and experiences and sustainable forest management strategies Sascha Müller-Kraenner
The Nature Conservancy (TNC)
smullerkraenner@tnc.org
+49 30 284 984 1950
 
Whose carbon is anyway? Reducing global greenhouse gas emissions through piloting community based forest conservation projects Annelisa Grigg
Fauna & Flora International (FFI)
annelisa.grigg@fauna-flora.org
+44 12 2357 9723
 
United Nations Association of Australia and sustainable technologies Promotion of the work of the Association with focus on our World Environment Day program and emerging sustainable technologies . Patricia Collett
World Federation of United Nations Associations (WFUNA)
pcollett@unaavictoria.org.au
+613 9670 7878
 
Linkages between climate change and development. Displaying ODI's recent work on climate change, including: benefit sharing under REDD architecture; biofuels and poverty linkages; and agricultural trade and growth under climate change Leo Peskett
Overseas Development Institute (ODI)
l.peskett@odi.org.uk
+44 20 7922 0407
 
European Capacity Building Initiative Izabela Ratajczak
Oxford Climate Policy
admn.ocp@gmail.com
+44 1865 428 427
 
Stockholm Environment Institute Tom Downing
Sustainable Energy Institute (SEI)
oxfordsei@gmail.com
+44 1865 428 427
 
BirdLife exhibition on REDD. Practical experiences in Indonesia, Sierra Leone and Paraguay John Lanchbery
BirdLife International (BL)
john.lanchbery@rspb.org.uk
+44 1767 680551
 
Showcasing our climate change programs, policies and partnerships Amanda Vockerodt
United States of America
VockerodtAP@state.gov
+1 202 647 4283
 
WMO and the National Meteorological and Hydrological Services of its 188 Members provide global systematic climate data and information required for efficient mitigation and adaptation to climate variability and change. Carine Richard-van Maele
World Meteorological Organization (WMO)
cvanmaele@wmo.int
+41 22 730 8314
 
This is a demonstration on the Cool Index on University Campus, a set of indicators on sustainable campus life. We expect that the cool index project will be introduced and discussed in a regional youth summit on climate change in Hong Kong in 2008, which will involve many universities in Asia. Salina Mou (Ka-yan MOU)
Hong Kong People's Council for Sustainable Development Limited
secretariat@susdevhk.org
+852 8100 1119
 
Exhibit message from citizens of KYOTO to move forward the efforts that we have started under Kyoto Protocol at BALI Conference. Kyoko Kawasaka
Kiko Network
kawasaka@kikonet.org
+81 75 254 1011
 
Information on the most recent projects Torstein Indreboe
International Gas Union (IGU)
torind@statoilhydro.com
+47 22 97 20 00
 
The Climate Protection Programme of the German Technical Cooperation (GTZ) works on behalf of the German Federal Ministry for Economic Cooperation and Development on Mitigation and Adaptation issues and provides policy advisory services to developing countries Anja Wucke
Germany
alutz@unfccc.int
+49 619679 1376
 
Climate Change impacts display and photo exhibit - A Tuvaluan experience Pepetua E Latasi
Tuvalu
pepetua@gmail.com
+688 20 179
 
"Turning the corner" Canada's action plan to reduce greenhouse gases and air pollution David McGovern
Canada
david.mcgovern@ec.gc.ca
+1 613 934 6020
 
COP 14 CMP 4 in Poznan, Poland from 30 November to 12 December 2008. Accommodation and travel information Jacek Mizak
Poland
jacek.mizak@mos.gov.pl
+48 22 5792255
 
Trade, climate change and sustainable energy transition: A presentation of policy approaches to advance climate change and sustainable energy objectives in international trade policy and regulatory frameworks Moustapha Kamal Gueye
International Centre for Trade and Sustainable Development (ICTSD)
gkamal@ictsd.ch
+41 22 917 8754
 
In collaboration with university, industry, government and research partners around the world, the National Center for Atmospheric Research is dedicated to exploring and understanding our atmosphere in the broadest terms, including interactions with the sun, oceans, biosphere, and human society. Peter Backlund
University Corporation for Atmospheric Research (UCAR)
anneoman@ucar.edu
(1-303) 497-1117
 
The e8, a non-profit international group of nine major electricity companies from G8 countries dedicated to sustainable energy development and the fight against climate change, will showcase its projects and human capacity building activities implemented in developing nations worldwide since 1992 Ghita Benessahraoui
Global Sustainable Electricity Partnership
benessahraoui.ghita@hydro.qc.c
+1 514 3925642
 
Achieving Cost-Effective Transport GHG Emission Reductions: Research and Evidence from the ECMT and International Transport Forum Philippe Crist
European Conference of Ministers of Transport (ECMT)
philippe.crist@oecd.org
+33 1 4524 9447
 
The Climate Change Messenger as an initiative by the European Climate Forum and the Compensators. Catch faces and stories of Climate Change! Antonella Battaglini
Energy Carbon Fund (ECF)
antonella@european-climate-for
+49 331 288 2670
 
Refrigeration is indispensable to life. It accounts for about 15% of worldwide electricity use, so improving the energy efficiency of refrigeration equipment is an essential challenge for global warming mitigation, being as vital as the limitation of emissions of refrigerants such as HCFCs. Jean-Luc Dupont
Institut International du Froid (IIF)
jl.dupont@iifiir.org
+33 1 4227 3273
 
The right to development in a climate constrained world Nelson Muffuh
Climate Action Network - Europe (CAN - Europe)
NMuffuh@christian-aid.org
+447737721963
 
The Forests Now Declaration: Forests Now in the Fight Against Climate Change Katherine Secoy
Global Canopy Programme (GCP)
k.secoy@globalcanopy.org
+44 18 6572 4222
 
Publications including on the Global Alliance for EcoMobility - A cross-sectoral partnership for the integrated promotion of walking, cycling, wheeling and use of public transport to improve health and the urban environment, to mitigate global climate change, and to reduce auto-dependency. Michelle Wyman
ICLEI-Local Governments for Sustainability (ICLEI)
michelle.wyman@iclei.org
+1 510 844 0699
 
Climate change mitigation in Indian industry Rita Roy Choudhury
Federation of Indian Chambers of Commerce and Industry (FICCI)
roychoudhury@ficci.com
+91 9 810403255
 
This exhibit presents information on the International Development Research Centre and its support for research on climate change adaptation and sustainable development. Mary O'Neill
International Development Research Centre (IDRC)
maoneill@idrc.ca
+1 613 6962108
 
U.S. States Taking Action on Climate Change Robyn Camp
Climate Action Reserve
robyn@climateregistry.org
+1 213 891 6931
 
The process of estimation and approval of JI projects in Ukraine as well other related issues will be presented. Heorhiy Veremiychyk
Ukraine
veremiy@ukr.net
+380 44 206 3308
 
China in action: posters, leaflets, books and CDs on China's policy and efforts in addressing climate change Qian Guoqiang
China
qian_guoqiang@mfa.gov.cn
+86 10 6596 3252