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Views on non-market-based approaches

 

Submissions from Parties

 Party

 Date

 Document

Italy and the European Commission on behalf of the European Union and its Member States. This submission is supported by Albania, Bosnia and Herzegovina, the Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia, Montenegro and Serbia. 30 September 2014 pdf-icon Submission by the EU (47 kB)
Saudi Arabia 26 September 2014 pdf-icon Submission by Saudi Arabia (42 kB)
Bolivia 22 September 2014 pdf-icon Submission by the plurinational State of Bolivia (467 kB)
Bolivia 11 June 2014 pdf-icon Submission by the plurinational State of Bolivia
Bolivia  08 November 2013 pdf-icon Submission by the plurinational State of Bolivia (161 kB)
Nepal 29 October 2013  pdf-icon Submission by Nepal on Non-Market Based Approaches (31 kB)
Indonesia 18 September 2013  pdf-icon Submission by Indonesia on Non-Market Based Approaches (99 kB)
EU  12 September 2013 pdf-icon Submission by the European Union on Non‐Market Based Approaches (139 kB)
EIG   12 September 2013 pdf-icon Submission by the Environmental Integrity Group on Non‐Market Based Approaches (946 kB)
Bolivia 02 September 2013 pdf-icon Submission by the plurinational State of Bolivia (784 kB)

 

Submissions from NGOs

 Non-governmental organization

 Date

 Document

CMIA and PD-Forum 06 September 2013 pdf-icon Submission by the Climate Markets & Investment Association (CMIA) and the Project Developer Forum (PD-Forum) on Non-Market Based Approaches (180 kB)

 

Previous submissions from Parties

FCCC/SBSTA/2013/MISC.12     

 Previous submissions from admitted observer organizations
FCCC/SBSTA/2013/MISC.13  

 

Additional submissions

Submissions on Framework for various approaches

Submissions on New-market based mechanism

 
SBSTA Conclusion on NMA

FCCC/SBSTA/2014/L.11

FCCC/SBSTA/2013/L.7

 
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