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Title/theme/speakers Organizer Date Attachments
CDM Executive Board: question and answer session
The Executive Board of the CDM will report on its activities and answer questions from the audience
Bilal Anwar
Secretariat of the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC)
banwar@unfccc.int
(49 228) 815 1618
Mon, 15 May 2006   
Best practices and lessons learned in capacity building
Exchange of best practices and lessons in capacity-building activities in several areas including the CDM, institutions, case studies in adaptation, education and training
Paul DESANKER
Secretariat of the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC)
pdesanker@unfccc.int
+49 228 8151362
Tue, 16 May 2006 
Best Practices and Lessons Learned in CB [130 kb]
Side Event Agenda [28 kb]
UNITAR - Capacity Building Experience [880 kb]
APNet - Promoting CB though Networking [1 Mb]
Realizing the full potential of market instruments
In the long-term dialogue to implement the UNFCCC, one of the four key issues listed in decision I/CP.11 is realizing the full potential of market instruments. Supporting this process, the event offers the opportunity for Parties to interact and exchange views/information with the private sector
Edwin Aalders
International Emissions Trading Association (IETA)
aalders@ieta.org
+41 22 7370500
Tue, 16 May 2006   
CDM potential projects in Cambodia, Laos PDR and Vietnam
The event introduces a set of CDM investment opportunities in Cambodia, Lao PDR and Vietnam and explains the steps that these countries have made to streamline domestic CDM procedures. It concludes an Asia pro-Eco programme study on this topic
Wytze van der Gaast
Joint Implementation Network (JIN)
jin@jiqweb.org
+31 50 309 6815
Tue, 16 May 2006 
CDM capacity in Vietnam, Cambodia and Lao PDR [1 Mb]
Potential CDM projects in Cambodia [82 kb]
Potential CDM projects in Laos [1 Mb]
Potential CDM projects in Vietnam [777 kb]
Lessons learnt and Asia pro-Eco II [87 kb]
Compensated reduction
Overview of relevant technical, scientific, and methodological issues including compensated reduction, a proposal that makes use of the global carbon market to reward voluntary reductions of emissions from deforestation
Annie Petsonk
Environmental Defense Fund (EDF)
apetsonk@environmentaldefense.
+1 202 572 3346
Tue, 16 May 2006 
Introduction - why reduce deforestation emissions [10 Mb]
Monitoring emissions from deforestation [15 Mb]
Climate change and the World Bank - partnerships for the future
Climate change will put the developing world poor at greatest risk. A presentation on the Investment Framework for Clean Energy and Sustainable Development, an update on carbon finance and on future options will open a discussion on current and future opportunities for the developing world
Johannes Heister
World Bank
jheister@worldbank.org
+1-202-458-4280
Tue, 16 May 2006 
Presentations, see also webcast [4 Mb]
EGTT side event on issues surrounding the transfer of publicly owned technologies and those in the public domain
The side event is organized as part of the implementation of the work programme of the EGTT for 2006 and aims to generate discussions and understanding on issues surrounding the transfer of publicly owned technologies and those in the public domain.
Megumi Endo
Secretariat of the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC)
mendo@unfccc.int
Tue, 16 May 2006   
US climate activities: States, Congress, and an agenda for action
The Pew Center will provide an overview of recent climate developments in US States and the US Congress, and will present Pew's Agenda for Climate Action, a comprehensive suite of policy recommendations to drive technology and achieve significant emission reductions throughout the US economy
Christie Jorge-Tresolini
Center for Climate and Energy Solutions (C2ES)
jorgec@pewclimate.org
(1-703) 516 0611
Wed, 17 May 2006 
US State and Regional Action [1 Mb]
Progress in the US Congress [1 Mb]
Agenda for Climate Action [874 kb]
New work from the Annex I Expert Group
New analyses of the clean development mechanism, sectoral crediting mechanisms, adaptation and more. The Annex I Expert Group is supported by the secretariats of the IEA and the OECD
Elizabeth Corbett
Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD)
elizabeth.corbett@oecd.org
+33 1 45247693
Wed, 17 May 2006 
AIXG flyer [227 kb]
CDM Update May 2006 [230 kb]
Programmatic CDM [143 kb]
Sectoral Crediting Issues [392 kb]
Adaptation Terms [129 kb]
Adaptation Policy Frameworks Water Sector [250 kb]
Presentation: Adaptation Key Terms [84 kb]
Presentation: Adaptation Policy Frameworks Water [596 kb]
Presentation: CDM Market Update [197 kb]
Presentation: Programme of Activities CDM [223 kb]
Presentation: Sectoral Crediting Mechanisms... [166 kb]
Contributions to climate change - the Brazilian proposal - report of MATCH
Following the request by the SBSTA to continue scientific work on the Brazilian Proposal, the Ad Hoc Group on Modelling and Assessment of Contributions to Climate Change (MATCH) was formed. At the side event, MATCH will report its results. See also www.match-info.net
Niklas Höhne
Center for International Climate and Environmental Research (CICERO)
n.hoehne@ecofys.de
+49 162 101 3420
Wed, 17 May 2006 
1 Introduction [401 kb]
2 Paper No 1 [1 Mb]
3 Paper No 2 [3 Mb]
4 Future work [152 kb]
5 Java Climate Model [1 Mb]
Market mechanisms, sustainable development and post-2012
This session will explore the role market mechanisms might play in a post-2012 climate regime that fosters sustainable development. It will look at how opportunities such as the CDM and markets for ecosystems services could contribute to mitigation, adaptation and achieving sustainable livelihoods
Jo-Ellen Parry
International Institute for Sustainable Development (IISD)
jparry@iisd.ca
+1 204 9587722
Wed, 17 May 2006 
Sectoral CDM and Post 2012 [81 kb]
Financing the CDM [168 kb]
Assessing the CDM [290 kb]
Development Dividend [117 kb]
RUPES and LULUCF [1 Mb]
"You control climate change" an EU climate change awareness raising campaign
The European Commission (DG Environment) is launching its first-ever EU-wide communications campaign on climate change to raise awareness and motivate citizens to play their part in fighting it. The key objective is to show that small changes in daily behaviour make a difference.
Jurgen Lefevere
European Union
juergen.lefevere@cec.eu.int
+32 2 2957788
Wed, 17 May 2006 
Awareness raising campaign [3 Mb]
2006 IPCC Guidelines for National Greenhouse Gas Inventories
The IPCC will present the 2006 IPCC Guidelines for National Greenhouse Gas Inventories
Christ Renate
WMO/UNEP Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC)
ipcc-sec@wmo.int
+41 22 7308254
Thu, 18 May 2006 
Overview [130 kb]
Volume 1: General Guidance and Reporting [132 kb]
Volume 2: Energy [698 kb]
Volume 3: Industrial Processes and Product Use [127 kb]
Volume 4: Agriculture, Forestry and Other Land Use [7 Mb]
Volume 5: Waste [193 kb]
Strategies for the future climate framework: highlights from CCAP's recent Future Actions Dialogue
Discussing key strategies and approaches for the future climate framework based upon the deliberations of CCAP's dialogue on future international actions to address global climate change
Jake Schmidt
Center for Clean Air Policy (CCAP)
jschmidt@ccap.org
(1-202) 408-9260
Thu, 18 May 2006   
Broadening the base of financing for technology transfer
Update on the work on innovative options to finance technology transfer by the EGTT and the CTI's pilot programme of providing technical assistance to developing and transition countries to develop their project financing proposals to enhance access to private sector financing
Taiki Kuroda
International Center for Environmental Technology Transfer (ICETT)
kuroda@icett.or.jp
+81 593 293500
Thu, 18 May 2006 
Broadening the Base of Financing for Tech Transfer [78 kb]
Progress of work within the UNFCCC [107 kb]
Needs and Actions To Enhance Prospects [306 kb]
Private Sector Financing Requirements [155 kb]
CGE training activities and presentation of latest national communications submitted
Presentations from the CGE on its hands-on training activities for the preparation of national communications, followed by a series of presentations of the latest national communications submitted
Dominique Revet
Secretariat of the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC)
drevet@unfccc.int
+4 228 8151334
Thu, 18 May 2006 
The CGE hands-on training activities [462 kb]
CGE training activities on V&A [50 kb]
CGE training activities on GHG inventories [959 kb]
CGE training activities on mitigation [35 kb]
Addressing technical support needs: the NCSP [2 Mb]
Current operation and future developments of the CITL and ITL
The ITL and the CITL will work as part of the same common registry system. The event serves to inform participants about the current situation and the future of the common EU-UN registry system
Beatrice Magel
European Union
Beatrice.Magel@cec.eu.int
(32-22) 957576
Thu, 18 May 2006 
Presentation [516 kb]
Research needs relating to the Convention
Aiming to advance communication between climate change research organizations and the SBSTA
Rocio Lichte
Secretariat of the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC)
rlichte@unfccc.int
+49 228 8151619
Fri, 19 May 2006 
08. PASS - Mr. Eric Odada [21 kb]
09. Japan - Mr. Hiroki Kondo [80 kb]
10. China - Mr. Lu Xeudu [63 kb]
11. United States of America - Ms. Linda Moodie [1 Mb]
01. Agenda [119 kb]
02. WCRP - Mr. John Church [1 Mb]
03. IGBP - Mr. Kevin Noone [1 Mb]
04. IHDP - Mr. Andreas Rechkemmer [581 kb]
05. ESSP - Mr. Michael Raupach [572 kb]
06. APN - Mr. Andrew Matthew [3 Mb]
12. Brazil - Mr. José Domingos Gonzalez Miguez [285 kb]
07. IAI - Mr. Gerhard Breulmann [519 kb]
13. European Community - Mr. David Warrilow [223 kb]
Climate change research achievements and challenges: priority goals for WCRP
The WCRP coordinates research essential for projecting human-induced climate change, for detecting and attributing climate change and for assessing the impact of mitigation measures. We focus on research gaps for managing climate change impacts and facilitating adaptation to future climate change
Amir H. Delju
World Meteorological Organization (WMO)
adelju@wmo.int
+41 22 7308360
Fri, 19 May 2006 
Potentially dangerous sea-level rise [2 Mb]
How sure are we about climate projections? [1 Mb]
What Forces Climate Change and How Well Do We Kno [692 kb]
What Climate Extremes Are Awaiting Us? [6 Mb]
Climate Change, WCRP meeting the needs of UNFCCC [15 Mb]
Future Directions for Meeting the Needs of the UNF [1 Mb]
When will CO2 capture and storage be acceptable?
This event focuses on acceptance of CO2 capture and storage (CCS). It goes into possible policy incentives for CCS, given the cost and the maturity of the technology, what role CDM can play, and how the public perceives CCS. The event is co-organised by the participants of the EU-project ACCSEPT
Heleen de Coninck
Energy Research Centre of the Netherlands (ECN)
deconinck@ecn.nl
+31 224 564316
Fri, 19 May 2006 
Programme [156 kb]
CCS and other mitigation options [959 kb]
Policy and public perception [3 Mb]
Introduction to the ACCSEPT project [2 Mb]
Development and transfer of technology
Presentation of issues surrounding the transfer of publicly owned technologies and those in the public domain
Bert van der Plas
Secretariat of the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC)
bvanderplas@unfccc.int
+49 228 815 1546
Fri, 19 May 2006 
Agenda [30 kb]
IPR practices for technologies [3 Mb]
Practical aspects of IP knowledge management [2 Mb]
Publicly supported R&D and technology transfer [35 kb]
Realising the full potential of technology [48 kb]
Promoting development and transfer of technologies [293 kb]
Reducing emissions from deforestation
Presentation of results from the international workshop on reducing emissions from deforestation in developing countries, held before SB 24 in Bad Blumau, Austria. At this workshop, governments, researchers & NGOs will discuss methodological and policy issues, as well as the 31 March submissions
Bernhard Schlamadinger
Joanneum Research (JR)
bernhard.schlamadinger@joanneu
+43 316 876 1340
Fri, 19 May 2006 
1 Overview - Schlamadinger [1 Mb]
2 National Implementation - Rametsteiner [357 kb]
3 Methodological Issues - Murdiyarso [1 Mb]
4 International Implementation - Johns [102 kb]
Pathways to the future: the case of carbon capture and storage
Significant investments in the energy infrastructure have to be made to satisfy rising energy demand and to address climate change. CCS is one of the key technologies for achieving these objectives. The event will discuss the potential of this technology, as well as barriers to implementation
Lorenz Koch
World Business Council for Sustainable Development (WBCSD)
koch@wbcsd.org
+41 839 3171
Fri, 19 May 2006 
Presentation: Wolfgang Heidug, Shell [1 Mb]
Presentation: Dr Robin Irons, EON [4 Mb]
Presentation: Bill Koppe, Anglo Coal [15 Mb]
Presentation: Stale Selmer-Olsen, DNV [3 Mb]
Presentation: Frede Cappelen, Statoil [1 Mb]
Reducing emissions from deforestation: perspectives from FRA 2005
FAO has just published the Global Forest Resource Assessment 2005, which includes country and regional data on carbon stocks and trends from 1990 to 2005. The presentation will offer data and insights beyond those contained in the main report and in FAO's submission to the UNFCCC
Michele Bernardi
Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO)
michele.bernardi@fao.org
+39 6 57052442
Fri, 19 May 2006 
Untitled [15 Mb]
CO2 capture and storage as a climate policy measure
The seminar will address key aspects of CCS as a climate policy measure including climate consequences of leakage; monitoring and verification; as well as institutional, legal and political aspects. Presentations by an interdisciplinary team of experts from CICERO and cooperating institutes
Andreas Tjernshaugen
Center for International Climate and Environmental Research (CICERO)
andreas.tjernshaugen@cicero.ui
+47 2285 8750
Sat, 20 May 2006 
Political commitment to CCS: Evidence from governm [133 kb]
Regulatory aspects of ensuring safe storage of CO2 [131 kb]
Climate impacts of leakage from geological CO2 sto [616 kb]
Agenda [26 kb]
Climate change, energy and sustainable development: how to tame King Coal?
Assessment of the demand for coal, the technological maturity of the different options of production and of CCS, with the description of the different R & D initiatives
MARIE JAUDET
France
marie.jaudet@cop21.gouv.fr
+33 0 664402246
Sat, 20 May 2006 
Coal and developing countries [867 kb]
Social Perception of Carbon Capture and Storage [879 kb]
Coal & CCS in the energy mix [7 Mb]
Carbon stocks and flows of the Russian forest and landbase
Russian experts discuss good carbon accounting practices and how a WRI report on carbon stocks/flows and the economic potential to sequester more CO2 based on Russian forestry data influences policy and efforts at developing GHG inventory
Lars Laestadius
World Resources Institute (WRI)
larsl@wri.org
+1 202 729 7633
Sat, 20 May 2006 
Carbon Stocks and Flows in Russia [2 Mb]
Carbon Stocks Report [3 Mb]
Sharing of experiences with the methods for adjustments of GHG emission inventories
Providing a forum for Parties, lead reviewers and review experts to share their experiences with the methods for adjustments. This will facilitate the preparation of expert review teams on possible application of adjustments for the reviews under the Kyoto Protocol
Javier Hanna
Secretariat of the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC)
jhanna@unfccc.int
+49 228 8151368
Mon, 22 May 2006 
Secretariat's presentation [311 kb]
Lead reviewer's experiences - Paciornik [34 kb]
Norway's experiences - Rosland [709 kb]
Lead reviewer's experiences - Pulles [350 kb]
Japan's experiences - Aizawa [325 kb]
Agenda [278 kb]
Can sectoral approaches to the CDM promote renewable energy technology?
An assessment of policy instruments that foster renewable energy technology dissemination in Southern countries, in particular the role of the CDM. Options and limitations of the CDM in this context will be discussed including project bundling, programmatic and policy-based CDM
Wolfgang Sterk
Wuppertal Institute for Climate, Environment and Energy
wolfgang.sterk@wupperinst.org
+49 202 2492149
Mon, 22 May 2006 
4 Christoph Bals - CDM Development Options for RE [157 kb]
3 Johannes Lackmann - Efficient Support for RE [3 Mb]
1 Wolfgang Sterk - Sectoral Approaches [3 Mb]
2 Klaus Oppermann - CDM Programs [141 kb]
Transfer of innovative renewable energy technologies: experiences from German companies with CDM/JI
Germany is home to many companies specialised on renewable energy sources. Many of these companies are exporting their technologies to potential CDM and JI host countries or have already managed CDM and JI-projects. Four companies will present experiences and lessons learned from these projects
Franzjosef Schafhausen
Germany
Franzjosef.Schafhausen@bmu.bun
+1 177 8031965
Mon, 22 May 2006 
Side Event Programme [173 kb]
Presentation by the German Environment Ministry [225 kb]
Presentation by RWE AG [158 kb]
Presentation by Pro2 Anlagentechnik GmbH [1 Mb]
Presentation by SOLITEM GmbH [3 Mb]
Presentation on the MAC Directive
An overview of the European Parliament/Council Directive relating to emissions from A/C systems in motor vehicles, the foreseen phase out of refrigerant HFC-134a from mobile A/C systems and an introduction to limit values for leakage of certain hydrofluorocarbons
Beatrice Magel
European Union
Beatrice.Magel@cec.eu.int
(32-22) 957576
Mon, 22 May 2006 
Presentation [2 Mb]
Presentation F-gases [190 kb]
Implementing Kyoto: the EU's progress
Presentation of "demonstrable progress" so far, as well as the 2nd phase of the European Climate Change Programme
Beatrice Magel
European Union
Beatrice.Magel@cec.eu.int
(32-22) 957576
Mon, 22 May 2006 
Untitled [9 Mb]
Untitled [1 Mb]
Untitled [1 Mb]
Untitled [690 kb]
Untitled [218 kb]
Annex I GHG inventory reporting - CRF Reporter development update
Information on use of the CRF Reporter software for GHG inventory reporting and plans for further development of the software
James Grabert
Secretariat of the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC)
jgrabert@unfccc.int
+49 228 8151413
Tue, 23 May 2006 
CRF Reporter Development Update [103 kb]
Asia-Pacific initiative towards a sustainable and environmentally-sound society
Asia-Pacific countries address the climate change actively while performing rapid economic growth. The session explores a new model of sustainable development through multi-dimensional discussion on regional policy development, GHG inventory activity, APN cooperation, and the 2050 vision research
Chisa Umemiya
National Institute for Environmental Studies (NIES)
white.masako@nies.go.jp
+81 29 850 2169
Tue, 23 May 2006 
7_Panel1_CommunityBasedAdaptation [950 kb]
6_China Emissions Scenarios [165 kb]
5_Integrated Environmental Strategies [70 kb]
4_APN(Science&PolicyResearch) [672 kb]
3_GHG Inventories [193 kb]
2_AP Seminar [315 kb]
1_Introduction [839 kb]
8_Panel2_Synergies [22 kb]
9_Final discussion [11 kb]
Side Event Programme [52 kb]
Advances in carbon cycle science
Significant improvements in scientific understanding of the carbon cycle are likely in the next five years. NCAR will summarize advances in measurement and modelling that hold promise of resolving questions about regional patterns of CO2 sources and sinks and how these are evolving over time
Anne Blondeel-Oman
University Corporation for Atmospheric Research (UCAR)
anneoman@ucar.edu
+1 303 497 1117
Tue, 23 May 2006 
Recent Advances in Carbon Cycle Science [15 Mb]
Strategic issues in the review of the EU Emissions Trading Scheme
European Climate Platform report, The EU ETS: taking stock and looking ahead; will be presented, including key messages and policy recommendations from a study and seminar. Topics: EU ETS implementation so far, linkages with investment decisions, the 2006 review and impacts on global carbon markets
Deborah Cornland
Foundation for Strategic Environmental Research (MISTRA)
deborah@cornland.com
+46 85 604 0850
Tue, 23 May 2006   
Keep Kyoto on track
Despite technological advances, transport is not developing in sustainable ways. Railway and public transport are crucial to reducing greenhouse gas emissions. Bringing about a modal shift is the key to achieve the targets of the Kyoto Protocol and beyond
Margrethe Sagevik
International Union of Railways (UIC)
sagevik@uic.org
+33 1 44492035
Tue, 23 May 2006 
Introduction: Transport sector - short status [2 Mb]
Emission reductions in Deutsche Bahn [1 Mb]
Rail sectors response to the GHG-challenge [4 Mb]
Economics of the mitigation potentials in the European agriculture, forestry and land use sector
Research results on European estimates of physical and economic responses from the agriculture and forestry sector to GHG related policies will be presented to illustrate potential ancillary benefits and trade-offs. Global scenarios will focus on the economics of avoided deforestation
Beatrice Magel
European Union
Beatrice.Magel@cec.eu.int
(32-22) 957576
Tue, 23 May 2006 
Presentation [381 kb]
The CDM project cycle: from a project idea to the market
To present the whole CDM project activity cycle from the development of a project idea to the actual trading of CERs in the market, highlighting positive lessons learned at the various stages
Jeramy Flora
Secretariat of the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC)
jflora@unfccc.int
+49 228 815 1532
Wed, 24 May 2006 
CDM Registry presentation: secretariat [433 kb]
Project participants presentation: AgCert Int'l [3 Mb]
DOE presentation: DNV [2 Mb]
Final agenda [20 kb]
Carbon market presentation: IFC [428 kb]
DNA presentation: Bolivia [569 kb]
CDM EB presentation: CDM Executive Board [321 kb]
Energy policy and technology options: recent work from the IEA
National positions differ significantly on climate policy and the way forward. This is reflected in the various fora considering these issues. While views are divergent, analysis of policies, technologies and future options continues at the IEA. The event will present some of the recent analysis
Jenny Gell
International Energy Agency (IEA)
Jenny.gell@iea.org
+33 1 40576729
Wed, 24 May 2006   
Mitigation and adaptation to climate change: the role of organic agriculture
Organic agriculture has a contribution to make in mitigating climate change and to helping communities absorb negative effects, while providing a sustainable model of development for rural areas. A current project in Tanzania will be presented
Louise W. Luttikholt
International Federation of Organic Agriculture Movements (IFOAM)
l.luttikholt@ifoam.org
+49 228 926 5010
Wed, 24 May 2006 
Organic Ag & Climate Change [2 Mb]
Organic Ag & Climate Change pilot project Tanzania [1 Mb]
The EU Emissions Trading Scheme: state of play
An update on the state of play on the implementation of the EU Emissions Trading Scheme that started on 1 January 2005. It will include presentations by the Commission as well as from stakeholders
Beatrice Magel
European Union
Beatrice.Magel@cec.eu.int
(32-22) 957576
Wed, 24 May 2006 
Presentations [503 kb]
Untitled [194 kb]
Untitled [414 kb]
Untitled [451 kb]
Post Kyoto Negotiations: Africa priorities
Watch out!! Fire!! Firee!!!! Fireeee!!!! Climate change a serious and real threat to us all
Joshua Wairoto
Kenya
joshua_wairoto@yahoo.co.uk
Wed, 24 May 2006   
Information on updates on the UNFCCC Roster of Experts
To provide information to Parties on the steps being taken and planned by the secretariat in order to improve and revise the UNFCCC roster of experts involved in the review of National Communications and greenhouse gas inventories
Ina Lambert
Secretariat of the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC)
ilambert@unfccc.int
+49 228 8151117
Wed, 24 May 2006 
Improving the Roster of Experts Process [148 kb]
Joint Implementation Supervisory Committee, question and answer session
The Joint Implementation Supervisory Committee 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
Thu, 25 May 2006 
JISC - status of work [395 kb]
JISC - financial status [82 kb]
CDM and JI programmes in the EU
Update on European Commission and EU Member States programmes and actions to investments in CDM and JI projects worldwide
Beatrice Magel
European Union
Beatrice.Magel@cec.eu.int
(32-22) 957576
Thu, 25 May 2006 
Presentations [823 kb]
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Exhibits list

Theme Organizer Attachments
Overview ot the activities of IETA and possition papers on CDM, JI & EU ETS Edwin Aalders
International Emissions Trading Association (IETA)
aalders@ieta.org
+41 22 7370500
 
The US National Center for Atmospheric Research is a federally funded research and development center. Together with its partners at universities and research centers, NCAR is dedicated to understanding the atmosphere and its interactions with the Sun, the oceans, the biosphere, and human society. Anne Blondeel-Oman
University Corporation for Atmospheric Research (UCAR)
anneoman@ucar.edu
+1 303 497 1117
 
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
 
Highlights of Center for Clean Air Policy's work on the future climate framework Jake Schmidt
Center for Clean Air Policy (CCAP)
jschmidt@ccap.org
(1-202) 408-9260
 
The Pew Center will distribute, free of charge, recent publications on the science, economics, domestic and international policy options to address climate change. Christie Jorge-Tresolini
Center for Climate and Energy Solutions (C2ES)
jorgec@pewclimate.org
(1-703) 516 0611
 
The Climate Technology Initiative (CTI) will highlight its recent activities. Taiki Kuroda
International Center for Environmental Technology Transfer (ICETT)
kuroda@icett.or.jp
+81 593 293500
 
Display and distribution of IPCC publications Christ Renate
WMO/UNEP Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC)
ipcc-sec@wmo.int
+41 22 7308254
 
ECN Policy Studies information on climate change mitigation policy Heleen de Coninck
Energy Research Centre of the Netherlands (ECN)
deconinck@ecn.nl
+31 224 564316
 
COP 12 COP/MOP 2 in Nairobi, Kenya form 6 to 17 November 2006 Accommodation and travel information Emily Ojoo-Massawa
Kenya
alutz@unfccc.int
+254 20 21 0379
 
...inSide climate change publication counter displays publications and brochures from Parties and observers related to the climate change process Barbara Black
Secretariat of the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC)
bblack@unfccc.int
+49 221 815-1523
 
Climate Change Kiosk: with the primary goal to provide information material 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
 
Keep Kyoto on track. Transport neeeds more attention! It causes 25% of CO2-emissions and is the sector with the highest growth. The different transport modes have to cooperate to create sustainable transport systems with the CO2-advantage of rail and public transport as the backbone Margrethe Sagevik
International Union of Railways (UIC)
sagevik@uic.org
+33 1 44492035
 
Showcasing the information network clearing house on Article 6 of the Convention (CC:iNet). Participants can experience CC:iNet and be supported by staff who will respond to questions and provide training and guidance. CC:iNet can be accessed through the UNFCCC website at http://unfccc.int/cc_inet Laurence Pollier
Secretariat of the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC)
lpollier@unfccc.int
+49 228 8151505
 
WWF Global Climate Change Programme Jennifer Morgan
WWF (WWF)
morgan@wwf.de
+49 30 3087 4219
 
Pertinent FAO literature and contact with FAO Staff Michele Bernardi
Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO)
michele.bernardi@fao.org
+39 6 57052442