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FCCC/SBSTA/2000/10/Add.1 (Part I)
Report of the Subsidiary Body for Scientific and Technological Advice on the work of its thirteenth session (Part one). Lyon, 11-15 September 2000. Note by the Chairman.
The Conference of the Parties (COP), at its fifth session, by decision 14/CP.5, requested the subsidiary bodies, at their sessions prior to the sixth session of the COP, to take forward the consolidated text as a basis for further negotiations on principales, modalities, rules and guidelines on mechanismus pursuant to Articles 6, 12 and 17 of the Kyoto Protocol, with priority given to the clean development mechanism (CDM), and with a view to the Conference of the Parties taking decisions on all the mechanisms under Article 6, 12 and 17 of the Kyoto Protocol at its sixth session, including, where appropriate, recommendations to the Conference of the Parties serving as the meeting of the Parties to the Protocol (COP/MOP) at its first session. By the same decision, the COP also requested the chairmen of the subsidiary bodies to convene inter-sessional meetings and workshops to assist in undertaking preparatory work for the COP at its sixth session, drawing on technical expertise, as appropriate, taking into account the need for transparency, regional balance in representation and the need for review of the experts' work by Parties. This note by the chairmen contains consolidated text on mechanisms as a basis for negotiations. Parties agreed to forward it to the second part of the thirteenth sessions of the subsidiary bodies. This note is based ont he one contained in documents FCCC/SB/2000/MISC.4, Add..1-2, Add.2/Rev.1, Add.2/Rev.1/Corr.1 and Add.3 as well as views expressed by Parties during the first part of the thirteenth sessions of the subsidiary bodies. In preparation for the second part of the thirteenth sessions, the chairmen of the subsidiary bodies will further consolidate this note in consultation with Parties
Addendum (Part I)
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