HOW TO USE THIS SITE / COPYRIGHT
UNFCCC/UN

How to use this site.
Copyright
The UNFCCC Website is the property of the secretariat of the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change. The UNFCCC logo and other graphics may be downloaded to view the website and print out information. However, if you should require them for other purposes, you will require the written authorization of the UNFCCC.
All official texts and documents are in the public domain and may be freely downloaded, copied and printed provided no change to the content is introduced, and the source is acknowledged.
Search engine
A search engine can be activated by typing a word in the "FAST SEARCH" box on the page and pressing enter. You may also customize your search by following the link to "ADVANCED SEARCH".
Backward and forward buttons
Backward and Forward buttons are added to every page. To go back one page, click on the button "<<". To go forward one page, click on the ">>" button.
Browser software
This site is best viewed using Netscape 4.0 or Internet Explorer 4.0. Please click on either of the icons below to obtain the latest free version of Netscape or Internet Explorer.

Document availability, format and software
Official documents of the UNFCCC in the six official languages of the United Nations, are made available in the format (Adobe Portable Document Format - ".pdf") and sometimes in HTML. The PDF format has been chosen as it is the standard adopted by the United Nations for issuing official documents electronically in their original format.
The task of updating this "digital library"is ongoing, and documents are posted as they become available. To view and print the document in its original format, please download and install the free Adobe Acrobat Reader by clicking on the icon.

Additional plug-Ins
To view video broadcast recordings from the sessions of the Conference of the Parties you will need to install the free RealVideo Player on your computer.

Get the RealPlayer

Comments and suggestions may be made to the webmaster@unfccc.int


© UNFCCC