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Title
Report on the workshop on a common tabular format for the "UNFCCC biennial reporting guidelines for developed country Parties". Note by the secretariat.

Corporate Author
UNFCCC. Secretariat

Electronic version available
English
481 kB

Abstract
This report provides a summary of a workshop organized under the work programme of the Subsidiary Body for Scientific and Technological Advice (SBSTA) on a common tabular format for the "UNFCCC biennial reporting guidelines for developed country Parties". The workshop, chaired by the Chair of the SBSTA, was held on 11-12 October 2012 in Bonn, Germany. The workshop provided an opportunity for participants to advance their discussions on a common tabular format for biennial reports of developed country Parties. Discussion points included principles for developing a common tabular format as well as the requirements for reported information in the key areas of greenhouse gas emissions and trends, Parties' quantified economy-wide emission reduction targets, progress in achieving those targets, emissions projections and provision of financial, technological and capacity-building support to developing country Parties. This report is expected to serve as an input to the further consideration of a common tabular format by Parties at the thirty-seventh session of the SBSTA

Notes
Item 11(a) of the provisional agenda
Methodological issues under the Convention
Work programme on a common tabular format for the "UNFCCC biennial reporting guidelines for developed country Parties"
This document is available in English only

Document code
FCCC/SBSTA/2012/INF.13

Publisher
United Nations Office at Geneva
Place of Publication
Geneva (Switzerland)
Publication date
19/11/2012
Call number
Master copy

Meeting
Subsidiary Body for Scientific and Technological Advice (SBSTA), Thirty-seventh session, 26 November - 1 December 2012, Doha, Qatar

Keywords
biennial report
capacity building
common reporting format
developed countries
emissions
financial assistance
methodology
projections
QELROs
technology
work programme


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