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Information on the election and membership of the bodies of the Convention and the Kyoto Protocol
In addition to the permanent subsidiary bodies established by Articles 9 and 10 of the Convention, the COP and the CMP have established, in accordance with Article 7, paragraph 2(i), of the UNFCCC and Article 13, paragraph 2(h), of the Kyoto Protocol, additional bodies to support the implementation of the Convention and the Kyoto Protocol.

Candidates to these bodies are nominated by the respective regional group or constituency, and are elected/appointed by the COP, CMP or subsidiary body in accordance with the relevant decisions.

Chairs and Coordinators

pdf-icon Contact information (142 kB) (dated 3 April 2017)

Information on the election to be held during the Climate Change Conferences in Bonn, Germany, from 8 to 18 May 2017, and from 6 to 17 November 2017

Deadline for nominations

pdf-icon Notification to Parties
(242 kB)
pdf-icon List of nominations received (106 kB)

Membership information

pdf-icon Current membership charts (75 kB) (dated 21 March 2017)

pdf-icon Historical membership charts (1471 kB) (dated 17 March 2017)

Further information on elections
Summaries of consultations with Chairs and Coordinators of groups/constituencies available here

WIM Loss and Damage Executive Committee information available here

ADP Bureau arrangements available here
List of United Nations Regional Groups of Member States
For the list of United Nations Regional Groups of Member States see: United Nations Regional Groups of Member States.
Membership rules information

pdf-icon Information on membership rules of bodies under the Convention and Kyoto Protocol. (124 kB)

Promoting gender balance

pdf-icon Decision 23/CP.18 (752 kB)  Promoting gender balance and improving the participation of women in UNFCCC negotiations and in the representation of Parties in bodies established pursuant to the Convention or the Kyoto Protocol.

pdf-icon Decision 36/CP.7 (15 kB) Improving the participation of women in the representation of Parties in bodies established under the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change or the Kyoto Protocol.