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Title
Information and views on socio-economic information. Submissions from relevant organizations.

Corporate Author
UNFCCC. Secretariat
Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC)
United Nations International Strategy for Disaster Reduction (UNISDR)

Electronic version available
English
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Abstract
The Subsidiary Body for Scientific and Technological Advice, at its twenty-fifth session, invited relevant organizations to submit to the secretariat, by 21 September 2007, information and views on matters relating to the availability of information on the socio-economic aspects of climate change and improving the integration of socio-economic information into impact and vulnerability assessments, including information on the development of socio-economic scenarios and for understanding adaptive capacity, including: (a) Existing approaches and available data; (b) Needs, gaps, barriers and constraints; (c) Ways and means to improve availability and access to relevant information, including information on costs and benefits, as well as its better integration into impact and vulnerability assessments (FCCC/SBSTA/2006/11, para. 51). The secretariat has received four such submissions. In accordance with the procedure for miscellaneous documents, the two submissions received from an United Nations and an intergovernmental organization are attached and reproduced in the language in which they were received and without formal editing. In line with established practice, the two submissions from nongovernmental organizations have been posted on the UNFCCC website at

Notes
Item 3 of the provisional agenda

Document code
FCCC/SBSTA/2007/MISC.22

Publisher
United Nations Office at Geneva
Place of Publication
Geneva (Switzerland)
Publication date
26/10/2007
Call number
Master copy

Meeting
Subsidiary Body for Scientific and Technological Advice (SBSTA), Twenty-seventh session, 3-11 December 2007, Bali, Indonesia

Keywords
adaptation to climate change
climate impacts
disaster prevention
international organizations
IPCC
Nairobi work programme
submissions
vulnerability