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ADP Technical Expert Meetings: Non-CO2 greenhouse gases
 

22 October 2014, 10 a.m. - 6 p.m., Bonn, Germany

Photo: UNFCCC, Photographer: M K Nandi

The technical expert meeting on addressing non-carbon dioxide (non-CO2) greenhouse gases allowed Parties, international organisations, the private sector and other relevant stakeholders to:

- Share views and experiences on options and opportunities to bridge the pre-2020 mitigation
ambition gap,
- Consider good practice mitigation actions and existing incentives,
- Identify barriers for scaling up measures to address non-CO2 GHG emissions from a wide
array of sources, and
- Propose options to overcome such barriers.

The discussion highlighted mitigation actions implemented at the national level in different regions. The meeting aimed to help participants explore options on how to further strengthen co-operation regarding mitigation ambition, including through the targeted utilization of existing UNFCCC institutions and mechanisms and forging new partnerships, to strengthen ongoing efforts to address the increase in non-CO2 GHG emissions.

Experts from Parties were encouraged to come prepared with actions and initiatives that Parties would like to advance, to share experience and engage in discussions oriented at achieving concrete and practical results. Organizations that are active in the respective areas were also encouraged to participate by sharing good practices and initiatives being undertaken with Parties and their potential for broader engagement, as well as by sharing information on different sources of support available to developing countries.

pdf-icon Programme (109 kB)

Background information

Presentations

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ADP Virtual expo
Interested Parties and organizations are invited to upload here relevant material for the technical expert meetings on non-CO2 greenhouse gases and carbon capture, use and storage, in addition to the existing cooperative initiatives already presented in the portal on the UNFCCC website.
All uploaded material can be found at the ADP Virtual expo.


Background information

In Warsaw, the ADP requested the secretariat to organize, under the guidance of the ADP Co-Chairs, technical expert meetings at each of the sessions of the ADP in 2014 to share policies, practices and technologies and address the necessary finance, technology and capacity building, with a special focus on actions with high mitigation potential.

The series of technical expert meetings was launched at the ADP March session with a focus on renewable energy and energy efficiency and continued at the June meeting, where opportunities for action on urban environment and land use were examined.

In October, technical expert meetings focused on opportunities for action on non-CO2 greenhouse gases and carbon capture, use and storage.


Presentations
Wednesday, 22 October 2014, 10:00 p.m. to 11:40 p.m.
pdf-icon Combatting Methane Emissions: The Global Methane Initiative (894 kB) - Mr. Henry Ferland, Global Methane Initiative Administrative Support Group
pdf-icon Flaring and Methane Management in Australia (919 kB) - Mr. Lachlan Grove, Department of Foreign Affairs, Australia
pdf-icon Methane from agriculture: Opportunities for reducing methane emissions from agricultural sources (725 kB) -
Ms. Carolyn Opio, Food and Agriculture Organization
pdf-icon Opportunities to reduce Methane emissions in the Waste Sector (1422 kB) - Mr. Gary Crawford, Chair WG Waste Management & Climate Change - ISWA and Vice President - Emerging Markets
pdf-icon Pilot Auction Facility for Methane and Climate Change Mitigation (310 kB) - Ms. Bianca Sylvester, World Bank Group
11:40 p.m. to 1:00 p.m.
pdf-icon Climate Change 2014 - Mitigation of Climate Change (1270 kB) - Mr. Francesco Nicola Tubiello, IPCC WGIII Lead Author (AFOLU), Food and Agriculture Organization
pdf-icon Non CO2 Greenhouse Gas Emission Reductions - N2O emission reduction projects in Brazil (1172 kB) : status, challenges and perspectives - Mr. José D. G. Miguez, Ministry of Environment of Brazil
pdf-icon Kenya intervention at the ADP Expert meeting (241 kB) - pdf-icon National Climate Change Action Plan 2013-2017 (275 kB) -
Mr. Omedi Moses Jura, Government of Kenya
pdf-icon Action on Non-CO2 Greenhouse Gases: Nitrous Oxide Emissions (705 kB) - Mr. Rama Chandra Reddy,
The World Bank
pdf-icon Nitric Acid Production (1230 kB) - Mr. Volker Andresen, Technical & SHE Director - International Fertilizer Industry Association
pdf-icon N2O emissions from adipic acid production (227 kB) - Mr. Philippe Chauveau, Head of Climate Change Policy, SOLVAY
3:00 p.m. to 4:30 p.m.
pdf-icon TIME TO ACT - To reduce short-lived Climate Pollutants (2057 kB) - Ms. Helena Molin Valdes, Head of the CCAC Secretariat, hosted by UNEP
pdf-icon China’s Actions on Phasing Down Fluorinated Gases (184 kB) - Ms. Liu Yang, National Development and Reform Commission of China
pdf-icon The EU experience: Regulating fluorinated gases (F-gases) (524 kB) - Mr. Jake Werksman,
Mr. Arno Kaschl, European Commission DG Climate Action
pdf-icon HFCs and the Montreal Protocol (425 kB) - Ms. Megumi Seki, Ag. Deputy ES and Scientific Officer,
Ozone Secretariat, UNEP
pdf-icon Recent Montreal Protocol assessments: reporting on alternatives to ODS (low-GWP HFCs) (2162 kB) -
Mr. Lambert Kuijpers , Co-Chair, Technology and Economic Assessment Panel
pdf-icon Multilateral Fund (156 kB) - Mr. Eduardo Ganem, Chief Officer, Multilateral Fund Secretariat, UNEP
pdf-icon Support at National Level of F-gases (225 kB) - Mr. Stephan Sicars, Director, Montreal Protocol Branch United Nations Industrial Development Organization
pdf-icon Actions to Control Emission of HFCs in Japan - Implementation of “the Act on Rational Use and Proper Management of Fluorocarbons” (1121 kB) - Mr. Kazuhiro Sato, Japan refrigeration and Air Conditioning Industry Association (JRAIA)
pdf-icon US Industry leadership In support of a Global HFC phasedown (187 kB) - Mr. Stephen Van Maren, Working Group Session on Fluorinated Gases, US Alliance for Responsible Atmospheric Policy
pdf-icon Aluminium production efficiency while reducing PFC emissions (212 kB) - Mr. Jostein Søreide, Senior advisor, Norsk Hydro

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