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UNFCCC Workshop on Reporting Methodologies on Art. 3.14 of the Kyoto Protocol (Decision 31/CMP.1)
Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates, 4 to 6 September 2006
 

Background

This workshop was organized by the UNFCCC secretariat in accordance with (PDF) Decision 31/CMP.1 under the guidance of the Chair of the Subsidiary Body for Implementation.  Decision 31/CMP.1, paragraph 11, requests the UNFCCC secretariat  to organize, before COP/MOP 2, a workshop on reporting methodologies on ways to minimize adverse social, environmental and economic impacts on developing country Parties of the implementation of policies and measures by Parties included in Annex I to the Convention in achieving their quantified emission limitation and reduction commitments under Article 3, paragraph 1.

Report on the workshop on reporting methodologies

(PDF) Agenda

(PDF) Background paper

Other relevant decisions

(PDF)  Decision 15/CMP.1

(PDF) Decision 22/CMP.1 Part VI
Review of information on the minimization of adverse impacts in accordance with
Article 3, paragraph 14.

Presentations

Presenter

Party/Organization 

Subject

Mr. Festus Luboyera

UNFCCC Secretariat

(PDF) Article 3.14 Reporting Methodologies - Objective and desired Output

Mr. Aaron Cosbey

International Institute for Sustainable Development (IISD)

(PDF) Reporting Methodologies on Article 3.14 of the Kyoto Protocol

Presenter

Party/Organization 

Subject

Ms. Jane Amilhat

European Commission

(PDF) Article 3.14: The EU’s Implementation and Reporting Part I Domestic Action

Mr. Jürgen Lefevere

European Commission

(PDF)  Article 3.14: The EU's Implementation and Reporting Part II Emissions trading and relations with 3rd countries

Mr. Kunihiko Shimada

Japan

(PDF) Japan's Policies and Measures to Achieve Kyoto Targets and Beyond

Ms. Riitta Pipatti

Finland

(PDF) Article 3.14 Challenges in reporting

Ms. Sonja Butzengeiger

Germany

(PDF) Reporting Issues under Article 3.14

Mr. Aysar A. Tayeb

Saudi Arabia

(PDF) Article 3.14 Reporting - Approach and Elements