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MyUNFCCC Watch List, explanation

"MyUNFCCC Watch List" is a pilot project aimed at helping users of the UNFCCC.INT website to track more easily what has been added or changed to the website based on selected keywords.

There is no registration process involved. The website sends a *cookie that is stored on the local computer, and that remembers your selected keywords. It also tracks if web pages [not pdf files] have been added or changed since your last visit to the UNFCCC.INT website. The number of new or changed pages will be displayed on the homepage. Since this is *cookie based, your MyUNFCCC Watch List will not follow you if you use a computer in an internet café.

To select your keywords, click here or go straight to your list from the homepage link 'MyUNFCCC Watch List'.
You can add or delete as many keywords to your list as you wish. You also have the option to show all or just the latest 5 pages with the specific keyword.

The watch list only works on UNFCCC.INT, not on CDM.UNFCCC.INT or JI.UNFCCC.INT, and should be seen as a pilot project. The accuracy of the service will improve over time as more and more pages get keywords attached to them.

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