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Launching Global Protocol for Community-Scale GHG Emissions (GPC)
Developed by ICLEI and C40, in collaboration with WB-UNEP-UNHABITAT and WRI, Global Protocol for Community-Scale GHG Emissions (GPC) supports local, national, and global climate mitigation efforts by standardizing how communities quantify and report their GHG emissions.

Speakers: High level representatives and experts of ICLEI, C40, WB, WRI
Yunus Arikan
ICLEI-Local Governments for Sustainability (ICLEI)
yunus.arikan@iclei.org
+49 228 97629920
Mon, 14 May 2012 
Agenda [233 kb]
Latest submissions of national communications from non-Annex I Parties
The side-event will consist of presentations of the latest submissions of national communications from non-Annex I Parties, followed by a Q&A session and general discussion.
Uazamo Kaura
Secretariat of the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC)
ukaura@unfccc.int
+49 228 8151474
Mon, 14 May 2012 
Parties Presenting [459 kb]
Presentation Outline [29 kb]
Contact details of Presenters [30 kb]
Belize [496 kb]
Benin [527 kb]
Gabon [3 Mb]
Jamaica [111 kb]
India [867 kb]
Thailand [2 Mb]
Loss & Damage: From regional insurance pool to local weather protection in the Caribbean
MCII presents updates from the Caribbean Adaptation & Insurance program which links disaster risk reduction & insurance through public-private partnership to help low-income people.

Speakers: Koko Warner (moderation) Ekhosuehi Iyahen (CCRIF) Grenada representative (tbd) Jamaica representative (tbd) St. Lucia representative (tbd) Thomas Loster, Munich Re Foundation Richard Leftley, Microinsure
Koko Warner
Munich Climate Insurance Initiative (MCII)
warner@ehs.unu.edu
+49 228 8150249
Tue, 15 May 2012 
Caribbean Insurance & Adaptation Initiative [2 Mb]
Local demand & product design for livelihood protection insurance [297 kb]
Primary insurance views on insurance design in context of loss & damage [39 kb]
Reinsurance perspective on trends in loss & damage related to weather extremes [1 Mb]
The framework of Equitable Access to Sustainable Development
Speakers will present how equitable access to sustainable development relates to historical responsibilities, equitable burden sharing and sustainable development, and how this approach can contribute to the negotiation up to and beyond 2020.
Ji Chen
China
chenji@ncsc.org.cn
+86 138 11711464
Tue, 15 May 2012   
Control of greenhouse gas emissions from international transport
A panel will debate how GHG emissions from international shipping should be regulated. The side event will focus on IMO’s work on technical, operational and market-based reduction measures for international shipping.
Lucy Essuman
International Maritime Organization (IMO)
lessuman@imo.org
+44 207 4634210
Tue, 15 May 2012 
IMO Presentation [3 Mb]
IMO submission to SBSTA 36 [56 kb]
IMO Statement [21 kb]
Earmarking the EU ETS-Revenues for climate action: a way forward for the EU ETS aviation dispute?
Earmarking all EU ETS revenues for climate action is an innovative approach for climate financing, which must gain more acceptance in the EU. The event hosted by Germanwatch and Oxford Institute for Energy Studies will discuss if such approaches offer a chance to advance in the ETS aviation dispute.

Speakers: Christoph Bals (Germanwatch) Benito Müller (OIES) Arthur Runge-Metzger (tbc) Further speakers
Charlotte Cuntz
Germanwatch
cuntz@germanwatch.org
+4 228 6049234
Tue, 15 May 2012 
"To Earmark or Not to Earmark? A far-reaching debate on the use of auction revenue from (EU) Emissions Trading", Benito Müller, Oxford Institute for Energy Studies [432 kb]
"From Confrontation to Collaboration? CBDR and the EU ETS aviation dispute with developing countries", Benito Müller, Oxford Institute for Energy Studies [451 kb]
Presentation Benito Müller, OIES [825 kb]
Presentation Christoph Bals, Germanwatch [67 kb]
Presentation Jacob Werksman [158 kb]
Energy & Climate Policy: latest analyses from the IEA
Presentations will cover: Robust energy & climate policy packages (with sneak preview of forthcoming China Electricity Report; tracking progress on energy & climate; and Carbon Capture & Storage - the critical decade.

Speakers: Chair: Philippe Benoit; Speakers: Richard Baron, Antonia Gawel, Ellina Levina.
Jenny Gell
International Energy Agency (IEA)
Jenny.gell@iea.org
+33 1 40576729
Tue, 15 May 2012 
Baron: Robust Energy & Climate Policy [1 Mb]
Gawel: Tracking Progress on Energy & Climate [1 Mb]
LEVINA: CCS - the critical decade [1 Mb]
CDM Executive Board: question and answer session
The Executive Board of the CDM will report on its activities and answer questions from the audience
Kay Merce
Secretariat of the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC)
kmerce@unfccc.int
+49 288 8151507
Tue, 15 May 2012 
Presentation by the Chair of the CDM Executive Board [641 kb]
Work of the LEG in supporting NAPAs and NAPs in LDCs
The LEG will share its work in supporting NAPAs and NAPs in LDCs, focusing on activities in 2011 and those planned for 2012. Together with LDC Parties, the LEG will also share experiences, best practices and lessons learned on NAPA and the LDC work programme, and how these can inform the NAP process
Motsomi Maletjane
Secretariat of the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC)
mmaletjane@unfccc.int
+49 228 8151324
Tue, 15 May 2012 
Programme [132 kb]
Update on the work of the LEG [962 kb]
Views from the LDC Group [587 kb]
Climate Change Adaptation in Norway [752 kb]
Lesotho perspective on the NAP process [342 kb]
Building resilience for adaptation to climate change in the agricultural sectors
Building resilience is central to preparing for future changes, as it enables to consider interactions between ecosystems, economic, social and institutional domains at various scales. The event will offer different approaches for building resilience in agriculture for adaptation to climate change.
Emelyne Cheney
Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO)
emelyne.cheney@fao.org
+39 6 57053743
Tue, 15 May 2012 
Resilience through SFM - Tiina Vahanen [2 Mb]
Conclusions FAO-OECD workshop [349 kb]
Building resilience - Alexandre Meybeck [1 Mb]
CLIMATE-ADAPT: European Climate Adaptation Platform
The European Climate Adaptation Platform (CLIMATE-ADAPT), launch in March 2012, is an online tool designed to support policy-makers at EU, national, regional and local levels in the development of climate change adaptation measures and policies. A live presentation of CLIMATE-ADAPT will be provided.
Bianca Neagu
European Union
bianca.neagu@ec.europa.eu
+32 2 2962478
Tue, 15 May 2012 
The European Climate Adaptation Platform [1 Mb]
Experience sharing on how to set national emissions baselines in developing countries
There are currently no international standards or guidelines for baseline setting under the UNFCCC. The Danish Energy Agency together with the OECD and UNEP Risø will publish later this year a compilation of national experiences with baseline development in ten non-Annex I countries.
Peter Larsen
Denmark
pla@ens.dk
+45 33 926826
Tue, 15 May 2012 
DEA/OECD presentation [1 Mb]
UNFCCC Secretariat presentation [410 kb]
UNEP Risoe presentation [1 Mb]
Vietnam presentation [2 Mb]
The Rio Conventions – to Rio and Beyond
The event will demonstrate the contribution of synergies among the Rio Conventions to sustainable development. Political support is highlighted by the proposed statement on synergies among the Rio Conventions from the Joint Liaison Group while national case studies provide on the ground examples.
Annie Cung
Secretariat of the Convention on Biological Diversity (CBD)
annie.cung@cbd.int
+1 514 2877045
Tue, 15 May 2012   
Insights into REDD+ realities: Politics, MRV and benefit sharing
CIFOR & partners will examine the politics of benefit sharing and reference levels based on a global comparison of country experiences, such as those in Indonesia and Brazil. We will identify opportunities and obstacles in the REDD policy and MRV arena and provide lessons for constructive solutions.

Speakers: Chair: Markku Kanninen (University of Helsinki) Panelists: Maria Brockhaus (CIFOR), Monica Di Gregorio (Leeds University), Lasse Loft (Biodiversity and Climate Research Centre, Germany), and Lou Verchot (CIFOR
Levania Santoso
Center for International Forestry Research (CIFOR)
L.Santoso@cgiar.org
+62 251 8622622
Wed, 16 May 2012 
MRV constraints on benefit sharing [1 Mb]
political economy of REDD+ [940 kb]
REDD+ national processes [1 Mb]
REDD+ benefit sharing [2 Mb]
Bridging the Gap between transport and climate change
This event will present recent findings from TRF, GIZ, UITP, Veolia Transdev & ITDP on transport NAMAs & related opportunities to build capacity & achieve sustainable climate change mitigation from land transport. Experts and negotiators will discuss topical issues such as climate finance & MRV.

Speakers: To be confirmed.
Anne Binsted
Transport Research Foundation (TRF)
abinsted@trl.co.uk
+44 1344 770568
Wed, 16 May 2012 
Designing a Successful Transport NAMA Agenda [385 kb]
Side Event Presentation from Heather Allen - 'Designing Successful Transport NAMAs!' [733 kb]
side Event presentation from Wolfgang Sterk 'South-North-South cooperation in the development of transport NAMAs: The TRANSfer project' [345 kb]
Side Event Presentation from Dr - Harald Diad-Bone 'Nationally-appropriate mitigation actions as a means to obtain recognition and support for low-carbon transport interventions' [2 Mb]
Side Event presentation from Geraldine Ang 'Towards a Green Investment Policy Framework: The case of low-carbon, resilient surface transport infrastructure' [2 Mb]
Ambition and equity - How to close the gap
Assessment of the current mitigation pledges and the need to address equity principles to close the ambition gap.
Eddy De Neef
Climate Action Network - Europe (CAN - Europe)
eddy@caneurope.org
+32 2 8930827
Wed, 16 May 2012   
Making climate finance work: Perspectives from different actors
Parties are confronted with a variety of international climate finance mechanisms and need to prepare for the Green Climate Fund (GCF). The side event will discuss perspectives from different actors regarding needs and experiences in adaptation and mitigation finance. Speakers include implementing, providing and analytical perspectives on climate finance.

Speakers: Representatives from developing country, German government, climate funds, NGO, think tank
Beatrice Ladusch
Germany
Beatrice.Ladusch@bmu.bund.de
+49 30 183052326
Wed, 16 May 2012   
Work programme on Agriculture; Priorities for Small holders
The COP 17 outcome document of the AWG ALC instructed the SBSTA to consider undertaking a work programme on agriculture in SBSTA 36th Meeting, and invited views of parties and observer organizations on issues related to agriculture. The views submitted to UNFCCC secretariat predominantly calls for i

Speakers: Ajay Kumar Jha Soumya Dutta Sharad Joshi
Sharad Joshi
Centre for Community Economics and Development Consultants Society (CECOEDECON)
cecoedecon@gmail.com
+91 0 9829059202
Wed, 16 May 2012 
NGOs slam proposed work programme on agriculture UNFCCC Climate change Conference (SB36) 16th May, 2012 Bonn [13 kb]
SB- Presentation [77 kb]
Gaia_ CSA Presentation [3 Mb]
Using National Investment and Financial Flows Analyses to Support Climate Finance Readiness
UNDP has been supporting 15 developing countries to assess the investments required to implement priority adaptation & mitigation measures, including financial flows. The capacities built during this process put the countries in good stead to access future climate finance.

Speakers: Representatives from The Gambia, Liberia, and Colombia (tbc), UNDP
Jennifer Baumwoll
United Nations Development Programme (UNDP)
jennifer.baumwoll@undp.org
+1 212 9065012
Wed, 16 May 2012 
Agenda [411 kb]
UNDP_Context [1 Mb]
UNDP_Results from investment & financial flows assessments [1 Mb]
The Gambia_Results and Impacts [1 Mb]
Liberia_Results & Impacts [1 Mb]
Carbon markets and new mechanisms: architecture and modalities & procedures
CEPS Carbon Market Forum presents an interim Task Force report on New Market Mechanisms. It examines issues such as the modalities and procedures (M&P) for the New Mechanism defined in Durban, the role of the Framework, the role of the UNFCCC, interactions with NAMAs and proposes possible options.

Speakers: - P. Barata - Moderator - A. Marcu will present the Interim CEPS Report Commentaries - G. Bertolino ENEL - J.-Y. Caneill EdF - Eva Filzmoser CDM Watch - EC representative - South Africa representative - Australia representative
Monica Alessi
Centre for European Policy Studies (CEPS)
monica.alessi@ceps.eu
+32 472 721868
Wed, 16 May 2012 
Explanation note merger [36 kb]
Agenda CEPS [188 kb]
Agenda EU [36 kb]
Presentation Andrei Marcu [666 kb]
Presentation Stefan Bakker [420 kb]
Presentation Martin Cames [24 kb]
Presentation Wolfgang Sterk [1 Mb]
“Software for the 2006 IPCC Guidelines”
“The IPCC Task Force on Inventories will demonstrate and make available new software for the 2006 IPCC Guidelines for National Greenhouse Gas Inventories. This software can help all countries prepare estimates of their GHGs but is primarily for developing countries and those with limited resources."
Gaetano Leone
WMO/UNEP Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC)
gleone@wmo.int
+41 22 7308247
Wed, 16 May 2012 
Flyer [1 Mb]
Presentation [2 Mb]
Tracking and mobilising climate finance
There are many challenges to tracking and mobilising climate finance. This side event will highlight the results from recent analyses from the OECD and Climate Change Expert Group
Jane Ellis
Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD)
jane.ellis@oecd.org
+33 61 970401
Wed, 16 May 2012 
link [761 kb]
New CCXG paper on Tracking Climate Finance [761 kb]
Climate finance side event [139 kb]
PPT Climate Finance Ellis [201 kb]
The road to the Durban Platform: New framework, New market Mechanisms and MRV in Asia
This side event will focus on emerging issues in Asia under a new framework after Durban including climate unilateralism, development of MRV on new market mechanisms, quality-of-governance standards for REDD+, and energy scenarios in Japan after the Fukushima accident. It will present IGES's own analysis and take of these current issues.
Akihisa Kuriyama
Institute for Global Environmental Strategies (IGES)
kuriyama@iges.or.jp
+81 46 8269605
Wed, 16 May 2012 
Agenda [69 kb]
Asuka [589 kb]
Ninomiya [190 kb]
Lopez-Casero [1 Mb]
Kuramochi [187 kb]
Launch of global 'Organic Soils and Peatlands Climate Change Mitigation Initiative
FAO and Wetlands International invite you to the launch of the global 'Organic Soils and Peatlands Climate Change Mitigation Initiative'. We present the activities of the Initiative to promote emissions reductions from peatlands/organic soils worldwide under REDD+, NAMA's and LULUCF.

Speakers: Speakers include representatives from FAO, UNEP, IUCN, Greifswald University and Wetlands International.
Susanna Tol
Wetlands International
susanna.tol@wetlands.org
+31 318 660933
Thu, 17 May 2012 
Peatland Code for the UK - IUCN UK Peatland Programme, Aletta Bonn [3 Mb]
Hans Joosten_Greifswald University_Peatland opportunities [1 Mb]
Marcel Silvius_Tropical Peatland_current issues and possible solutions [2 Mb]
Progress with the Global Framework for Climate Services (GFCS)
WMO and its partners are working on a detailed implementation plan and governance structure of the GFCS designed to enable producers, researchers and user organizations to lift the quality and volume of climate services worldwide. It will be presented at WMO’s Extraordinary Congress in Oct. 2012.

Speakers: WMO, UNCCD, UNFCCC, GCOS, Germany, Switzerland
Amir Delju
World Meteorological Organization (WMO)
adelju@wmo.int
+41 22 7308360
Thu, 17 May 2012 
Flyer [132 kb]
GFCS Implementation [1 Mb]
GCOS and GFCS_Simmons [1 Mb]
GFCS and WB_Kumari [659 kb]
GFCS and Germany_Rösner [1 Mb]
UNFCCC and GFCS_Metajne [218 kb]
UNCCD and GFCS_Zelaya [202 kb]
Contradictions in the Bioeconomy: REDD+, Bioenergy and alternative biocultural approaches
The event will present an analysis of the contradictions in the bioeconomy and other "green economy" policies that are promoted within the Rio+20 process. It will present alternative biocultural approaches including Indigenous territories and community conserved areas, and biocultural protocols

Speakers: Onel Masardule, FPCI, Panama Simone Lovera, GFC, Paraguay Alejandro Argumedo, Asociacion ANDES, Peru Deepak Rughani, Biofuelwatch, UK La Via Campesina (tbc)
Simone Lovera
Global Forest Coalition (GFC)
simone@globalforestcoalition.o
+31 6 47392511
Thu, 17 May 2012 
presentation Biofuelwatch [3 Mb]
Presentation Econexus [2 Mb]
Toward the Establishment the Bilateral Offset Credit Mechanism (BOCM) – Utilisation to Support the NAMA Implementation
The side event will present the overview of Japanese programme on the Bilateral Offset Credit Mechanism (BOCM), and its possible utilisation for NAMAs in developing countries. Developing countries representatives will also show their perspectives on BOCM and their NAMAs/climate national strategies.

Speakers: Japanese Ministry of the Environment, Mongolian Ministry of Nature, Environment, and Tourism, Lao Ministry of Natural Resources and Environment, Global Environment Centre Foundation (GEC), Institute for Global Environmental Strategies (IGES), and Overseas Environmental Cooperation Center (OECC)
Tomoya Motoda
Global Environment Centre Foundation (GEC)
tomoya@gec.jp
+81 6 69154126
Thu, 17 May 2012 
Draft Agenda [97 kb]
1-MOEJ [970 kb]
2-Mongolia [327 kb]
3-Laos [456 kb]
4-GEC [317 kb]
5-IGES [61 kb]
6-OECC [989 kb]
Adaptation Fund: ensuring transparency and accountability
An effective use of funds is key for a succesful operation of the Adaptation Fund. How can the Adaptation Fund promote transparency and accountability and what are related challenges? What are lessons learnt, e.g. for the Green Climate Fund?
Britta Horstmann
German Development Institute (DIE - Bonn)
Britta.Horstmann@die-gdi.de
+49 228 949270
Thu, 17 May 2012 
Programme [87 kb]
Presentation Katja Roll, Global Fund [844 kb]
“Climate Vulnerability Assessment Update and Key strategies and ecomonic,social environment costs"
The PIEVC Climate Vulnerability assessment protocol assesses climate impacts in terms of economic, social and environmental factors. Its information assists decision makers prioritize allocate resources.Includes update on Costa Rica, Honduras and developing in-country capacity.

Speakers: Engineer David Lapp Engineer Paul Fesko Engineer Darrel Danyluk Engineer Brent Burton
Darrel Danyluk
World Federation of Engineering Organizations (WFEO)
mrdjd48@gmail.com
+1 403 6890379
Thu, 17 May 2012 
overview [397 kb]
social,economic environmental costs [1 Mb]
Costa Rica,Honduras project update [3 Mb]
Adaptation tool update [1 Mb]
Confronting China‘s climate challenges – nature based solutions to mitigation and adaptation
China has brought natural resources management into the center of its latest 5-year plan & national development strategy, including nature based solutions to climate change mitigation & adaptation. New tools & on the ground projects will be presented & put in the context of this national strategy.

Speakers: Wang Chunfeng(China's leading negotiator of Forest Carbon); Li Yue(China's leading negotiator of Climate Change Adaptation); Ma Jian (Director, TNC China Climate Change Project); Zhang Xiaoquan(Senior Scientist, TNC China); Sascha Müller-Kraenner (Director, TNC Europe)
Christopher Heishman
The Nature Conservancy (TNC)
cheishman@tnc.org
+1 703 8413921
Thu, 17 May 2012 
Invitation and Agenda [181 kb]
TNC_Zhang Xiaoquan, Forest Carbon [3 Mb]
Wang Chunfeng, Coping with climate change forestry actions in China [1 Mb]
Li Yue, Adaptation in China [559 kb]
UNFCCC, TNC_Chen Ai, Climate Adaption for Nature and People [2 Mb]
Addressing the Drivers of Emissions from Deforestation and Forest Degradation
Governments and NGOs present experiences and recommendations for addressing drivers of deforestation, with examples from Cambodia, Brazil and India. Discussions will include low emissions development strategies, land use planning, leakage prevention and legal production of commodities.

Speakers: Government of Cambodia, Conservation International, Environmental Defense Fund, National Wildlife Federation, the Royal Society for the Protection of Birds and Union of Concerned Scientists.
Nathalie Walker
National Wildlife Federation (NWF)
walkern@nwf.org
+1 202 7976817
Thu, 17 May 2012 
Drivers of Deforestation Side Event Flyer [249 kb]
Presentation Doug Boucher, UCS [3 Mb]
EDF Low Carbon Development [1 Mb]
Following the money: Reviewing fast-start finance contributions
It is imperative to understand where and how developed countries are delivering on their climate finance pledges. This event presents case studies of UK and US activities, based on the Open Climate Network, a partnership of researchers and civil society to track country progress on climate change.
Raquel Gonzalez
World Resources Institute (WRI)
raquelgonzalez@gmail.com
+1 202 7297847
Thu, 17 May 2012 
Following the Money Sive Event Slides [3 Mb]
New Market Mechanisms - Creating demand and safeguarding incentives
While new mechanisms seem to enlarge the scope of mitigation in countries without commitments, the question of incentives has so far been neglected. Researchers and representatives of emitters discuss options for stable incentives, as well as the demand required to make new mechanisms a success.

Speakers: to be announced
Sven Braden
Liechtenstein
sven.braden@llv.li
+42 3236 7451
Thu, 17 May 2012 
Axel Michaelowa [773 kb]
CCAP [864 kb]
Martin Cames [423 kb]
Luis Muñozcano [1 Mb]
IETA [3 Mb]
High-level Panel on the CDM Policy Dialogue - Stakeholder Consultations
The High-Level Panel on the CDM Policy Dialogue will facilitate consultations with wide range of stakeholders regarding the readiness and future positioning of the CDM to meet the challenges of the post-2012 period and the future context of the Market-Based Mechanisms.
Niclas Svenningsen
Secretariat of the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC)
nsvenningsen@unfccc.int
+49 228 8151982
Thu, 17 May 2012   
Consultations by the co-chairs of the work programme on long-term finance
This two-part event will offer the Co-Chairs the opportunity to receive valuable inputs related to the work programme on long-term finance.
Alejandro Kilpatrick
Secretariat of the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC)
AKilpatrick@unfccc.int
+49 228 8151764
Thu, 17 May 2012   
How REDD+ can tackle drivers of deforestation and forest degradation
To protect forests, REDD+ must tackle the economic, production, consumption and governance issues that drive deforestation and forest degradation. The Ecosystems Climate Alliance will discuss how REDD+ money can be used to address these drivers.
Chloe Fussell
Global Witness Limited
cfussell@globalwitness.org
+44 7790 464596
Fri, 18 May 2012   
Status of knowledge on how agriculture can contribute to adaptation and mitigation
What we know already, and what rapid gains in knowledge are feasible, to advance synergies between adaptation and mitigation in the interlinked areas of adaptive agricultural practices, greenhouse gas accounting for farming systems and landscapes, safeguards for poor producers and consumers, and the wider context of food demand and food security.
Susan Buzzelli Tonassi
International Food Policy Research Institute (IFPRI)
s.buzzelli@cgiar.org
+1 626 4979681
Fri, 18 May 2012 
Side Event Presentation [3 Mb]
The Durban Platform - Challenges and Opportunities for Indigenous Peoples
Indigenous peoples will share their assessment of the Durban Platform. Are there opportunities for further ensuring respect and recognition for their rights, for full and effective participation and recognition of their traditional knowledge? What challenges does the platform present?

Speakers: Speakers: Ms. Victoria Tauli-Corpuz, Executive Director, Tebtebba; Mr. Joseph Ole Simel, Executive Director, MPIDO, Kenya; Ms. Tarcila Rivera Zea, Executive Director, Chirapaq, Peru; Ms. Joan Carling, Secretary General, AIPP
Raymond de Chavez
Tebtebba Foundation
raymond@tebtebba.org
+63 74 4447703
Fri, 18 May 2012 
Side Event Flyer [741 kb]
New scenarios – Can 2°C still be reached starting from 2020 pledges?
PIK, PBL, IIASA and Ecofys will provide insights from models on conditions, risks and costs of emission trajectories that are based on countries’ 2020 pledges and still aim at limiting global temperature increase to 2°C. Scenarios of this kind have not been evaluated by scientific literature yet.

Speakers: Dr. Niklas Hoehne, ECOFYS Prof. Keywan Riahi, IIASA Dr. Michel den Elzen, PBL Joeri Roeglj, ETH Zuerich Dr. Gunnar Luderer, PIK
Gunnar Luderer
Potsdam Institute for Climate Impact Research (PIK)
luderer@pik-potsdam.de
+49 331 2882671
Fri, 18 May 2012 
Agenda [89 kb]
Presentation Elzen [3 Mb]
Presentation Hoehne [2 Mb]
Designing New Market Mechanisms
The Durban conference defined a new market mechanism, with the modalities and procedures to be adopted this year. This side event will convene an expert discussion on how the new mechanism should be designed to scale up mitigation actions while safeguarding enviromental integrity.

Speakers: Wuppertal Institute and other research organisations
Wolfgang Sterk
Wuppertal Institute for Climate, Environment and Energy
wolfgang.sterk@wupperinst.org
+49 202 2492149
Fri, 18 May 2012 
Programme [106 kb]
1-Sterk-Sectoral-Proposals-Challenges [1 Mb]
2-Desepibus-Centralised-Decentralised [84 kb]
3-Winkler-NMM-Sustainable-Development [737 kb]
Low Carbon Growth in East Asia and Japan's Effort
This side event focuses on various kinds of cooperation on climate change especially in the East Asia Summit(EAS)region. Japanese government and other relevant institutions will present various activities and initiatives to cooperate regionally and bilaterally.

Speakers: Government of Indonesia, UNDP, IGES and Government of Japan.
Hiroshi Seike
Japan
hiroshi.seike@mofa.go.jp
+81 3 55018493
Fri, 18 May 2012 
Gov Japan [816 kb]
Gov Japan [816 kb]
Indonesia [807 kb]
UNDP [607 kb]
BOCM [1016 kb]
IGES [3 Mb]
From climate policies to long-term strategies in China.
What’s the impact of the current XII Five Year Plan on China's emissions trajectory? What are the necessary macroeconomic transformations and milestones towards 2020, and after? What could be China’s contribution in renewed international negotiations?

Speakers: IDDRI with Chinese Academy of Society Sciences, Tsinghua University, Beijing University.
Thomas Spencer
Institut du Développement Durable et des Relations Internationales (IDDRI)
thomas.spencer@iddri.org
+33 6 88699988
Fri, 18 May 2012 
Introduction learning platform in China [1 Mb]
Teng Fei_Low-carbon governance in China [268 kb]
Elie Bellevrat_2050 scenarios China [1 Mb]
Elie Bellevrat_2020 mitigation actions China [751 kb]
Jean-Yves Caneill_ETS and Power sector in China [474 kb]
GEF/UNDP/WHO Global Project on Piloting climate change adaptation to protect human health spaces
The project aims to: enhance early warning; build capacity; pilot specific intervention measures; and share lessons learned on protecting health from a range of hazards associated with CC. It involves MOH and relevant national partners in Barbados, Bhutan, China, Fiji, Jordan, Kenya and Uzbekistan.
Marina Maiero
World Health Organization (WHO)
maierom@who.int
+41 79 792134304
Fri, 18 May 2012 
Piloting climate change Adaptation to protect human health [1 Mb]
LDCF & SCCF: opportunities for making health sector resilient [494 kb]
Barbados: Identification of health risks [1 Mb]
Bhutan: Capacity building [490 kb]
China: Early Warning Systems [830 kb]
Fiji: Piloting health adaptation [403 kb]
Jordan: Institutional arrangements [641 kb]
Kenya: Piloting interventions [81 kb]
Uzbekistan: Early Warning System [1 Mb]
Ensuring ambition and equity: Key issues and Challenges
The "Durban package" comprises significant decisions and very important unresolved issues remain on the table for an ambitious and equitable climate architecture. The panel of speakers mainly from developing countries experts will address key issues and challenges in the negotiations.
Yvonne Miller
Third World Network (TWN)
ymiller@twngeneva.ch
+41 22 9083550
Fri, 18 May 2012 
side event Flyer [13 kb]
AMAZON : Alternative "Indigenous Redd+”/ Dialogue COICA, States and Environmentalists
The Coordination of Indigenous Organizations of the Amazon Basin (COICA) will support the proposed "Indigenous Redd+" specific to the Amazon, seeking dialogue and consensus with presentatives of states and environmental organizations.
Juan Carlos Jintiach
Coordinating Body of Indigenous Organizations of the Amazon Basin (COICA)
juanka@coica.org.ec
+59 3 999548494
Fri, 18 May 2012   
NAMA developments in the MENA Region
International experts and practitioners from the ground discuss the state of NAMA development in the MENA region. Case studies illustrate opportunities and challenges of NAMAs.

Speakers: Axel Michaelowa and experts from host countries
Axel Michaelowa
ClimateNet
michaelowa@perspectives.cc
+41 44 8204208
Sat, 19 May 2012 
Axel Michaelowa [2 Mb]
Samir Tantawi [551 kb]
Status of the development, reporting and monitoring of internationally supported NAMAs
Various research institutions will provide an overview of the latest developments on internationally supported NAMAs: new NAMA developments collected in the www.nama-database.org, an overview of trends, options for measurement, reporting and verification of NAMAs and needs for the future

Speakers: Dr. Niklas Höhne
Niklas Hoehne
climatepolicy.net e.V.
n.hoehne@newclimate.org
+49 221 99983301
Sat, 19 May 2012 
Programme [80 kb]
Negotiating climate change – interests, strategies, bargaining success
We present final research results on determinants of country positions, bargaining strategies and success in the climate negotiations. What drives countries’ success in realizing their negotiation goals? Is power the key, or do bargaining strategies help? Country case studies illustrate the results.
Paula Castro
Swiss Federal Institute of Technology (ETH Zurich)
castro@pw.uzh.ch
+41 76 7202166
Sat, 19 May 2012 
Programme [137 kb]
Bailer - Resources and strategies [463 kb]
Weiler - Positions and success [264 kb]
Castro - India, Russia, AOSIS [439 kb]
Michaelowa - Middle East [372 kb]
Beyond adaptation: Discussing reality of Loss & Damage from climate impacts in developing countries.
Loss & Damage to the adverse impacts of climate change will be discussed in the context of mitigation & adaptation deficits. The concepts of risk, uncertainty, disruptive change & adaptation thresholds will be deliberated from the perspective of poor & vulnerable communities, ecosystem & countries

Speakers: Sven Harmeling, Sönke Kreft, Sandeep Chamling Rai, Kit Vaughan and Harjeet Singh.
Harjeet Singh
ActionAid International
harjeet.singh@actionaid.org
+44 787 2033547
Sat, 19 May 2012   
Risk resilient adaptation – the private sector
Experts will present and discuss with the audience present findings of studies on the potential role, barriers to overcome and voluntary initiatives already undertaken by private sector for disaster risk reduction oriented adaption to climate change.

Speakers: Oliver André Hauner Head of Property Insurance / Engineering / Loss Prevention / Statistics German Insurance Association Dr. Antje Grobe Managing Director DIALOG BASIS / University of Stuttgart Karl-Otto Zentel German Committee for Disaster Reduction CEO
Karl-Otto Zentel
German Committee for Disaster Reduction (DKKV)
Zentel@dkkv.org
+49 228 6191290
Sat, 19 May 2012 
Stormy Times - Climate Change and Natural Disasters as Societal Challenges [3 Mb]
GDV Understanding the Climate Risk [832 kb]
DKKV - Risk sensitive adaptation - the private sector [210 kb]
SBSTA & Rio+20: Agriculture & Food Security for Sustainable Development & Poverty Eradication
IFOAM, WFP & UNCCD will highlight how the SBSTA and the Rio+20 process can empower vulnerable smallholders with robust, affordable & accessible climate-smart practices that improve nutrition & food security, build resilient livelihoods, and promote sequestration towards Zero Net Land Degradation

Speakers: Andre Leu - IFOAM Catherine Zanev - World Food Program Betrand Vincent - Convention on Combating Desertification
Robert Jordan
International Federation of Organic Agriculture Movements (IFOAM)
r.jordan@ifoam.org
+996 778 599299
Sat, 19 May 2012 
UNCCD Presentation [434 kb]
WFP Presentation [2 Mb]
FAO presentation [2 Mb]
Development of NFMS and MRV system for REDD+ -Learning from Demonstration Activities-
Robust, transparent and operational MRV system and NFMS are essential for the effective implementation of REDD+. Based on national level experiences in Cambodia, Vietnam and Japan, possibilities and further challenges on development of forest carbon monitoring will be discussed.

Speakers: Mitsuo Matsumoto(FFPRI), Chivin LENG (Forestry Administration Cambodia), Kei Suzuki (JAFTA) , Naoko Tsukada (FFPRI)
Naoko Tsukada Inamoto
Forestry and Forest Products Research Institute (FFPRI)
naokotkd@ffpri.affrc.go.jp
+81 29 8298365
Mon, 21 May 2012 
Technical option of REL/RL development [1 Mb]
Progress of REL/RL and MRV in Cambodia [977 kb]
Development of Forest Carbon Monitoring Methodologies [2 Mb]
Progress in Adaptation to Climate Change – Approaches and Examples of Innovative Adaptation Finance
The event provides a platform for innovative approaches to adaptation finance delivery and climate information tools to improve the resilience of development projects to climate change and extreme weather events. Examples for specific adaptation projects are presented.
Jochen Harnisch
KfW
jochen.harnisch@kfw.de
+49 173 6906094
Mon, 21 May 2012 
Flyer of Side Event [80 kb]
KfW-presentation [1 Mb]
DIE-presentation [376 kb]
EU-presentation [62 kb]
AFD-presentation [558 kb]
Addressing carbon leakage and competitiveness concerns for enhanced mitigation action
Concerns for carbon leakage and competitiveness distortions are well spread and might prevent effective mitigation action. Related is the use of unilateral measures, in turn a source of tension. This session will assess the risks and explore solutions so as to enhance ambition on mitigation
Natalia Cubilla
International Centre for Trade and Sustainable Development (ICTSD)
ncubilla@ictsd.ch
+41 22 9178497
Mon, 21 May 2012 
Presentation Mr Abdel Latif [518 kb]
Presentation Mr Brewer [247 kb]
Presentation Ms Zhuang [387 kb]
Concept note and agenda [360 kb]
Climate Finance
International climate finance

Speakers: Mattias Södeberg
Isaiah Kipyegon Toroitich
ACT Alliance - Action by Churches Together (ACT Alliance)
ikt@actalliance.org
+41 22 7916245
Mon, 21 May 2012 
Flier and more info [1 Mb]
Programme [65 kb]
Critical agriculture issues in the UNFCCC: mitigation, adaptation, loss and damage
Experts from the Institute for Agriculture and Trade Policy, ActionAid International and the Ecumenical Advocacy Alliance will examine agriculture issues within the UNFCCC including: loss and damage, mitigation targets and ways to achieve them, and agroecological approaches for adaptation.
Eleonore Wesserle
Institute for Agriculture and Trade Policy (IATP)
ewesserle@iatp.org
+1 612 8703425
Mon, 21 May 2012 
IATP submission re agriculture in cooperative sectoral approaches and sector-specific actions [337 kb]
IATP submission re new market mechanisms [157 kb]
IATP submission re using markets to enhance cost effectives [209 kb]
Ecumenical Advocacy Alliance submission re Agriculture and UNFCCC [116 kb]
ActionAid briefing "Fiddling with Soil Carbon Markets" [642 kb]
ActionAid briefing "Six reasons why soil carbon markets won’t work for smallholders" [632 kb]
Agriculture: Opportunities to Support Adaptation, Mitigation, and Social Goals
Adaptation and mitigation efforts in the agricultural sector should support broader goals for humane, sustainable, and equitable food systems worldwide. Experts from leading NGOs will discuss efforts in the field, policy issues, and how the UNFCCC can support a holistic approach to agriculture.

Speakers: Becky Chacko, Conservation International (TBC); Pipa Elias, Union of Concerned Scientists; Geoff Evans, Humane Society International; Others TBD.
Geoffrey Evans
Humane Society International (HSI)
gevans@hsi.org
+1 503 6888657
Mon, 21 May 2012 
Humane Society International Presentation [936 kb]
Union of Concerned Scientists Presentation [1 Mb]
Environmental Defense Fund Presentation [1004 kb]
Conservation International Presentation [1 Mb]
The Adaptation Network [3 Mb]
CDM Policy Dialogue Panel meets Civil Society
As the High-Level Panel on the CDM Policy Dialogue is assessing experiences with the CDM, civil society representatives from Asia, Africa and Latin Americas will present both, positive as well as negative lessons learnt from CDM projects.

Speakers: (tbc)
Eva Filzmoser
German NGO Forum on Environment and Development
nicola@cdm-watch.org
+32 49 9212081
Mon, 21 May 2012 
Peter Newell - The CDM and Sustainable Development: What do we know & what do we not know? [745 kb]
Alyssa Johl - Safeguards in the CDM: Where are we and where do we go from here? [756 kb]
Eva Filzmoser - Synthesizing Needs for Reform [2 Mb]
Ranjan K Panda - Unholy [2 Mb]
Civil Society Letter to the CDM Policy Dialogue Panel [423 kb]
Invitation to CDM Policy Dialogue Panel meets Civil Society [236 kb]
Final report Side Event Civil Society meets Policy Dialogue [556 kb]
Getting the energy mix right for 2050
A historical perspective on the current energy mix and the technology, market and policy considerations for a 2050 world of 9 billion – living well and within natural resource limits. A discussion on what we need to do now and into the future to achieve this vision.
Estelle Geisinger
World Business Council for Sustainable Development (WBCSD)
geisinger@wbcsd.org
+41 22 8393191
Tue, 22 May 2012 
Side event _Energy Mix [162 kb]
WBCSD-The Energy Mix [1 Mb]
Getting the Mix Right [615 kb]
New Market Mechanisms
New Market Mechanisms: involvement and ideas from the private sector
Cedric Ammann
International Emissions Trading Association (IETA)
ammann@ieta.org
+41 22 7370500
Tue, 22 May 2012   
ADP, KP and LCA: Pathway to Qatar and 2015
How to build a workplan across KP, LCA and ADP to ensure that we build incrementally toward a successful 2015 protocol.
Montana Burgess
Climate Action Network International (CAN International)
mbrockley@climatenetwork.org
+961 3 506313
Tue, 22 May 2012 
Presentation from side event [598 kb]
Consultations by the co-chairs of the work programme on long-term finance
This two-part event will offer the Co-Chairs the opportunity to receive valuable inputs related to the work programme on long-term finance.
Alejandro Kilpatrick
Secretariat of the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC)
AKilpatrick@unfccc.int
+49 228 8151764
Tue, 22 May 2012   
Prosperity, Politics & People. Necessary framework (environment) for sustainable forest ppp project
Business models for forest conservation help to develop economic structures which create and strengthen local markets and value chains. Additionally they have to provide the political participation of the local community to ensure their justice and dignity. How to design such business models?

Speakers: Dirk Walterspacher (Forest Finance, Managing Director), Vicky Tauli-Corpuz (Tebtebba Foundation, Executive Director), Kate Dooley (FERN, Forests and climate campaigner), Samuel Nnah Dobé tbc. (Centre pour le Développement et l'Environnement)
Julio Lambing
European Business Council for Sustainable Energy (e5)
julio.lambing@e5.org
+49 177 8389322
Wed, 23 May 2012 
Schedule and Speakers [81 kb]
Forest Finance: Ecological and social sustainability through local reforestation economy [609 kb]
Cameroon: Lessons from a Community Payments for ES [3 Mb]
Tauli-Corpuz: Situation of forest-dependent and forest-dwelling indigenous peoples [1 Mb]
FERN - Governance for REDD [1 Mb]
Visions for the Technology Mechanism
With the TEC up and running and the Climate Technology Centre emerging, the Technology Mechanism is almost operational to start enhancing climate technology development and transfer. ECN and WRI organise a discussion on how it can positively contribute to existing adaptation and mitigation efforts.

Speakers: Anticipated speakers include experts from WRI and ECN, TEC members and bidders for the CTC.
Heleen de Coninck
Energy Research Centre of the Netherlands (ECN)
deconinck@ecn.nl
+31 224 564316
Wed, 23 May 2012 
Side-event agenda [274 kb]
De Coninck - Perspectives on technology [1 Mb]
Wuertenberger - ClimateTechWiki [1 Mb]
Christensen - TNA process overview [1 Mb]
Benioff - Clean Energy Solutions Center [477 kb]
Side-event summary report [102 kb]
How best to incentivize low emission development in developing countries?
This side event will discuss World Bank initiatives and analytical work to support developing countries moving to low emission development. Based on real world project experiences the discussion will include experience with the CDM and new approaches under development including new market mechanism
Jarl Krausing
World Bank
jkrausing@worldbank.org
+45 33 551200
Wed, 23 May 2012   
Forest climate links based on influencing the water cycle: need for climate policy beyond carbon
Tree cover influences rainfall, but little attention is paid to the direct and tangible influences that trees and forests have on the local and regional climate. Future research needs to include these effects. The ICRAF, CIFOR and ZEF side event will inform stakeholders of research and action needs.
Henry Neufeldt
International Centre for Research in Agroforestry (ICRAF)
h.neufeldt@cgiar.org
+254 719 346325
Wed, 23 May 2012   
Achieving the objective of USD 100 billion by 2020
The event provides a platform to discuss approaches to estimate additional costs and investments, as well as investments risks for low carbon development pathways by 2020. Existing and new potential sources of funding and risk coverage will be explored and assessed in respect to their viability.

Speakers: Athena Ronquillo-Ballesteros Richard Sherman Norbert Gorißen Dr. Jochen Harnisch Mark Lutes
Barbara Lueg
WWF (WWF)
barbara.lueg@wwf.de
+49 151 18854995
Thu, 24 May 2012 
Agenda "Achieving the objective of USD 100 billion by 2020" [54 kb]
Presentation MoE [101 kb]
Presentation WWF [1 Mb]
Presentation KfW [778 kb]
Tracking Emissions and Mitigation Actions: Learning from Practices in China, Germany, Italy, the US
Climate Policy Initiative hosts a discussion on national MRV systems for emissions and mitigation actions, presenting its review of systems in four nations. Experts will reflect on existing practice, needs, and opportunities to improve systems.

Speakers: Kath Rowley and Julia Zuckerman, CPI; Brian Mantlana, Environmental Affairs Dept, South Africa; Bill Irving, US EPA; Teng Fei, Tsinghua University, China
Anne Montgomery
Climate Policy Initiative, Inc (CPI)
admin@cpisf.org
+1 415 2025846
Thu, 24 May 2012 
event invitation [47 kb]
MRV current practice in 4 nations [1 Mb]
MRV evaluation of 4 nations [782 kb]
Tracking Emissions and Mitigation Actions - Side Event Presentation [767 kb]
US EPA Experience with MRV of GHG Emissions [1 Mb]
Developing Low-Carbon Development Pathways: The Kenyan Experience
The side event will examine a sectoral scenarios approach to identifying low-carbon pathways, drawing on the experience of Kenya.

Speakers: Government of Kenya, IISD, ECN and other invited guests
Jessica Boyle
International Institute for Sustainable Development (IISD)
jboyle@iisd.ca
+1 647 3908550
Thu, 24 May 2012 
Presentation by Stephen M King’uyu, Kenya [136 kb]
Presentation by Deborah Murphy, IISD [2 Mb]
Presentation by Laura Würtenberger, ECN [1 Mb]
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
Kay Merce
Secretariat of the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC)
kmerce@unfccc.int
+49 288 8151507
Thu, 24 May 2012 
Presentation by the Chair of the JISC [911 kb]

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Exhibits list

Theme Organizer Attachments
Peatlands are hotspots for emissions reductions worldwide. Wetlands International promotes emissions reductions under REDD+, NAMA's and LULUCF. Susanna Tol
Wetlands International
susanna.tol@wetlands.org
+31 318 660933
Peatlands - guidance for climate change mitigation by conservation, rehabilitatin and sustainable use [3 Mb]
The current status of regional and transnational climate change adaptation in the Baltic Sea region will be presented by the projects RADOST “Regional Adaptation Strategies for the German Baltic Sea Coast” and BALTADAPT. Posters, reports, videos, and interactive climate atlases will be displayed. Karin Beese
Ecologic Institute
karin.beese@ecologic.eu
+49 30 86880151
Project description: Regional Adaptation Strategies for the German Baltic Sea Coast [1 Mb]
Project Poster: Regional Adaptation Strategies for the German Baltic Sea Coast [3 Mb]
Hanbook: Climate Change Adaptation Strategies in the Baltic Sea Region [2 Mb]
Baltadapt Poster: Helping the Baltic Sea Region to tackle Climate Change [3 Mb]
Baltadapt Flyer [1 Mb]
Baltadapt Climate Info #1: Air Temperature [2 Mb]
Baltadapt Climate Info #3: Wind Climate [3 Mb]
MCII presents publications related to loss and damage, disaster risk management, and insurance solutions. Koko Warner
Munich Climate Insurance Initiative (MCII)
warner@ehs.unu.edu
+49 228 8150249
Warner & Zakieldeen: Loss & Damage in the UNFCCC discussions [300 kb]
Linking disaster risk reduction and Insurance: A Joint ISDR-MCII paper (2009) [478 kb]
Global Insurance Industry Statement on Adaptation (2010) [588 kb]
Insurance in the Context of Climate Change: Frequently Asked Questions [1 Mb]
UNU presents publications related to case studies, evidence of sustainable development, climate, and human security, indigenous people, adaptation, and resilience. Koko Warner
United Nations University (UNU)
warner@ehs.unu.edu
+49 228 8150249
 
Co-organized by the Consultative Group on International Agricultural Research (CGIAR), the CGIAR Research Program on Climate Change, Agriculture and Food Security (CCAFS) & the International Food Policy Research Institute (IFPRI), the booth features outputs from the CGIAR system. Susan Buzzelli Tonassi
International Food Policy Research Institute (IFPRI)
s.buzzelli@cgiar.org
+1 626 4979681
 
CIFOR advances human wellbeing, environmental conservation and equity by conducting research to inform policies and practices that affect forests in developing countries. CIFOR is one of 15 centres within the Consultative Group on International Agricultural Research (CGIAR). www.cifor.org Levania Santoso
Center for International Forestry Research (CIFOR)
L.Santoso@cgiar.org
+62 251 8622622
 
Climate Action Network-International presents the Fossil of the Day Awards at 18:00 daily! Montana Burgess
Climate Action Network International (CAN International)
mbrockley@climatenetwork.org
+961 3 506313
 
Forests and Climate Change: Addressing the Drivers and Supporting Indigenous territories and Community Conserved Areas Simone Lovera
Global Forest Coalition (GFC)
simone@globalforestcoalition.o
+31 6 47392511
 
NAMA development in the MENA region - our experts are available for discussing cutting edge developments of NAMAs. We will distribute the latest research. Axel Michaelowa
ClimateNet
michaelowa@perspectives.cc
+41 44 8204208
 
Bridging the Gap between transport and climate change. Visit this stand for information on transport and climate change from TRF, GIZ, UITP, Veolia Transdev and ITDP, which highlights opportunities and options for action to ensure adequate support for sustainable low carbon transport post 2012. Anne Binsted
Transport Research Foundation (TRF)
abinsted@trl.co.uk
+44 1344 770568
Bridging the Gap with Land Transport [467 kb]
Did Durban Deliver Flyer [457 kb]
BtG Key Publications [393 kb]
The BtG Durban Report [652 kb]
Side Event Presentation from Wolfgang Sterk 'South-North-South cooperation in the development of transport NAMAs: The TRANSfer project' [345 kb]
Side Event Presentation from Dr. Harald Diaz-Bone, 'A brief introduction to TRANSfer and its handbook “Navigating Transport NAMAs” [2 Mb]
Side Event presentation from Geraldine ANG, 'Towards a Green Investment Policy Framework: The case of low-carbon, resilient surface transport infrastructure' [2 Mb]
Side Event presentation from Heather Allen 'Designing Successful Transport NAMAs!' [733 kb]
The exhibit will display the research being done at the ETH Zurich and the University of Zurich on the climate change negotiations, climate and conflict, climate finance, diffusion of renewable energy policies, and the performance of market mechanisms. Paula Castro
Swiss Federal Institute of Technology (ETH Zurich)
castro@pw.uzh.ch
+41 76 7202166
 
Sustainable capacity building: Empowering individuals and communities to act. The Brahma Kumaris World Spiritual University showcase their work on solar energy, demonstrating that growing a good green economy requires all of us. To sustain this economy requires building the capacity of each of us. Marion Mews
Brahma Kumaris World Spiritual University (BKWSU)
cologne@de.brahmakumaris.org
+49 221 3401860
 
The World Resources Institute is a global environmental think tank that goes beyond research to put ideas into action. We work with governments, companies, and civil society to build solutions to urgent environmental challenges. Raquel Gonzalez
World Resources Institute (WRI)
raquelgonzalez@gmail.com
+1 202 7297847
UK Fast-start finance contribution [878 kb]
US Fast-start finance contribution [1001 kb]
This exhibition focuses on various kinds of cooperation on climate change especially bilateral and regional activities and initiatives. Hiroshi Seike
Japan
hiroshi.seike@mofa.go.jp
+81 3 55018493
 
DKKV the German Platform for Disaster Reduction within ISDR and its members from private sector , humanitarian, development and science present and inform about their concepts and recent progress made to integrate DRR and Adaptation to Climate Change by refining and improving DRR tools Birgit zum Kley-Fiquet
German Committee for Disaster Reduction (DKKV)
zum.kley@dkkv.org
+49 228 6191297
Sustainable Food and Nutrition Security under Changing Climate Conditions [1 Mb]
Refining the Agenda? Humanitarian Assistance in Times of Climate Change [3 Mb]
Adaptive Disaster Risk Reduction - Enhancing Methods and Tools of DRR in the light of Climate Change [1 Mb]
Addressing the Challenge - Recommendations and Quality Criteria for Linking Disaster Risk Reduction and Adaptation to Climate Change [1 Mb]
Climate Proofing - Considering Climate Change and its impacts in the projects and programmes of Welthungerhilfe [1 Mb]
ICLEI - Local Governments for Sustainability will present the latest outcomes of worldwide spread local climate action, including Resilient Cities Congress, carbonn Cities Climate Registry, MXC Pact, Durban Adaptation Charter. Yunus Arikan
ICLEI-Local Governments for Sustainability (ICLEI)
yunus.arikan@iclei.org
+49 228 97629920
 
The Global Platform on Climate Change, Trade and Sustainable Energy of the International Centre for Trade and Sustainable Development (ICTSD) mobilizes technical and political expertise to address the nexus between trade, climate change and energy. Natalia Cubilla
International Centre for Trade and Sustainable Development (ICTSD)
ncubilla@ictsd.ch
+41 22 9178497
 
The exhibit will focus on how agriculture is being negotiated in the negotiation text & the NAMAS, whether the proposed climate smart technologies are leading to increased soil carbon stocks and impacts of climate change on small farmers Sharad Joshi
Centre for Community Economics and Development Consultants Society (CECOEDECON)
cecoedecon@gmail.com
+91 0 9829059202
 
IPCC Reports and documentation Gaetano Leone
WMO/UNEP Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC)
gleone@wmo.int
+41 22 7308247
 
Sharing information and lessons learned emerging from the work UNDP is doing to support developing countries to address climate change. Jennifer Baumwoll
United Nations Development Programme (UNDP)
jennifer.baumwoll@undp.org
+1 212 9065012
Durban analysis [804 kb]
Climate finance readiness [2 Mb]
National Climate Funds [1 Mb]
National Climate Funds (version francaise) [2 Mb]
National Climate Funds (Spanish) [2 Mb]
AAP_Power of Knowledge [155 kb]
AAP_Risk to Resilience [176 kb]
AAP_Informing the Public [176 kb]
AAP_People and change [154 kb]
AAP_Supporting decision making [163 kb]
AAP_Appui à la prise de décision [148 kb]
AAP_Capitaliser sur le pouvoir des connaissances [176 kb]
AAP_Du risque à la résilience [194 kb]
AAP_Informer le public [195 kb]
AAP_Les gens et le changement [175 kb]
UNDP/ODI Direct Access to Climate Finance: experiences and lessons learned [2 Mb]
UN REDD 2011 Year in Review [3 Mb]
Germany is pleased to present its climate policy to its guests. The transformation of the energy system means the move towards the age of renewables and energy efficiency. Concerning this matter, we would like to inform about our plans and solutions. Anja Schüler
Germany
anja.schueler@bmu.bund.de
+49 160 98925916
 
Climate Change Publications Counter Edith Kimotho
Secretariat of the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC)
ekimotho@unfccc.int
+49 228 8151923
 
"Launch of new work on energy and climate theme. Including a new publication on The Energy Mix in keeping with a Vision 2050 strategy" Estelle Geisinger
World Business Council for Sustainable Development (WBCSD)
geisinger@wbcsd.org
+41 22 8393191
 
IETA - International Emissions Trading Association Cedric Ammann
International Emissions Trading Association (IETA)
ammann@ieta.org
+41 22 7370500
 
Mediators Beyond Borders International advocates for the use of mediation and other cooperative and transparent decision making processes as specifically applied to climate change matters. Thomas Fiutak
Mediators Beyond Borders (MBB)
fiuta001@umn.edu
+1 651 7241822
 
Reproductive rights are key to a safe and stable future. Food insecurity due to overpopulation is creating humanitarian crises, exacerbated by climate change. Lack of access to family planning prevents women protecting their health and their family’s wellbeing from unwanted pregnancies. Jane O'Sullivan
Sustainable Population Australia Inc. (SPA)
j.osullivan@uq.edu.au
+61 7 33798090
Poster-StablePopulation [1 Mb]
AfricaCivilSocPopulationStatement [466 kb]
SBSTAworkprogramOnPopulation [28 kb]
Can't-Ignore-Population [752 kb]
SubmissionOnPopulation [1 Mb]
Recent publications by the Energy research Centre of the Netherlands (ECN). Heleen de Coninck
Energy Research Centre of the Netherlands (ECN)
deconinck@ecn.nl
+31 224 564316
Capacity building - CASINDO leaflet [240 kb]
CCS - CCS at ECN Policy Studies [397 kb]
CCS - Could CCS happen in developing countries [614 kb]
CCS - Potential impacts of CCS on the CDM [727 kb]
Finance - RE-BIZZ Business models for renewable energy in the built environment - Exec Summ [343 kb]
Low Carbon Development - Paving the way for low-carbon development strategies - Exec Summ.pdf [534 kb]
Low Carbon Development - Transport and LCDS [594 kb]
NAMA - Annual Status Report on NAMAs - Update May 2012 [1 Mb]
NAMA - On developing a NAMA proposal [499 kb]
ECN - Current projects in International Energy and Climate Policy [438 kb]
Climate change related research results from the German Development Institute / Deutsches Institut für Entwicklungspolitik (DIE) Britta Horstmann
German Development Institute (DIE - Bonn)
Britta.Horstmann@die-gdi.de
+49 228 949270
 
Need for robust municipal and international regime in view of the constraints to address the issues of liability and redress Ajay Kumar Jha
PAIRVI Associates (PAIRVI)
pairvidelhi@rediffmail.com
+91 0 9717771255
UNFCCC Climate change Conference (SB36) [28 kb]
SB 36 Presentation [49 kb]
Gaia- CSA Presentation [3 Mb]
Forest Conservation, Afforestation and Climate Justice: European Business can offer pragmatic business models that provide new income perspectives in the rural and urban surroundings of forests, thereby reducing the pressure for deforestation. Julio Lambing
European Business Council for Sustainable Energy (e5)
julio.lambing@e5.org
+49 177 8389322
Forest Conservation, Afforestation and Climate Justice. Natural Carbon Capture: Business Models for Sustainable Development [812 kb]
Forest Finance Project Development [2 Mb]
OroVerde & GNF - Investing in Forest Carbon Projects [2 Mb]
Global Conservation Standard (GCS) - Conservation and Development [1 Mb]
Oro Verde: Project Lacandón/ Guatemala [1 Mb]
Forest Carbon Group: Factsheet - The company at a glance [2 Mb]
The World Agroforestry Centre will present work on mitigation, adaptation and food security Henry Neufeldt
International Centre for Research in Agroforestry (ICRAF)
h.neufeldt@cgiar.org
+254 719 346325
 
Equity Sustainable Development and Climate Change. Mariama Williams
South Centre
williams@southcentre.int
+41 22 7918050
 
Display updates and documents relative to the ongoing negotiations. in the past we were given an exhibit next to the plenaries, since negotiators like to pick up our updates in the morning. Yvonne Miller
Third World Network (TWN)
ymiller@twngeneva.ch
+41 22 9083550
update [121 kb]
update [119 kb]
update 3 [147 kb]
update 4 [122 kb]
update 5 [172 kb]
MK statement at Equity Workshop [36 kb]