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Reports of the reviews of national communications from Parties included in Annex I

Delays in submissions of national communications from Parties included in Annex I


Reports of the reviews of national communications from Parties included in Annex I

The table below lists the reports of the reviews of national communications (NCs) from Parties included in Annex I that have been forwarded to the Compliance Committee in accordance with section VI, paragraphs 1 and 3, of the annex to decision 27/CMP.1.

More information on national communications and the review reports

Parties included in Annex I Reports of the Centralized In-Depth Reviews of Fourth National Communications Reports of the In-Depth Reviews of Fifth National Communications Reports of the Technical Reviews of Sixth National Communications
Australia ---[1] pdf-icon CC/ERT/2012/3 (328 kB) pdf-icon CC/ERT/2015/13 (735 kB)
Austria pdf-icon CC/ERT/2009/2 (674 kB) pdf-icon CC/ERT/2011/10 (502 kB) pdf-icon CC/ERT/2014/13 (888 kB)
Belarus pdf-icon CC/ERT/2009/4 (421 kB) pdf-icon CC/ERT/2012/2 (433 kB)
Belgium pdf-icon CC/ERT/2008/6 (355 kB) pdf-icon CC/ERT/2011/8 (588 kB) pdf-icon CC/ERT/2015/10 (833 kB)
Bulgaria pdf-icon CC/ERT/2008/8 (348 kB) pdf-icon CC/ERT/2012/5 (326 kB) pdf-icon CC/ERT/2015/7 (695 kB)
Canada[2] pdf-icon CC/ERT/2010/1 (312 kB) pdf-icon CC/ERT/2011/25 (396 kB) ---[3]
Croatia pdf-icon CC/ERT/2009/6 (555 kB) pdf-icon CC/ERT/2011/21 (436 kB) pdf-icon CC/ERT/2014/11 (730 kB)
Cyprus  ---[4]  ---[4]  pdf-icon CC/ERT/2015/22 (664 kB)  
Czech Republic pdf-icon CC/ERT/2008/2 (354 kB) pdf-icon CC/ERT/2010/6 (614 kB) pdf-icon CC/ERT/2014/18 (716 kB)
Denmark pdf-icon CC/ERT/2007/4 (423 kB) pdf-icon CC/ERT/2010/7 (441 kB) pdf-icon CC/ERT/2014/6 (783 kB)
Estonia pdf-icon CC/ERT/2006/7 (332 kB) pdf-icon CC/ERT/2011/13 (425 kB) pdf-icon CC/ERT/2015/14 (679 kB)
European Union pdf-icon CC/ERT/2009/10 (416 kB) pdf-icon CC/ERT/2012/6 (401 kB) pdf-icon CC/ERT/2014/10 (863 kB)
Finland pdf-icon CC/ERT/2006/3 (176 kB) pdf-icon CC/ERT/2010/3 (391 kB) pdf-icon CC/ERT/2014/7 (347 kB)
France pdf-icon CC/ERT/2008/3 (352 kB) pdf-icon CC/ERT/2011/20 (600 kB) pdf-icon CC/ERT/2014/14 (788 kB)
Germany pdf-icon CC/ERT/2008/5 (394 kB) pdf-icon CC/ERT/2011/17 (482 kB) pdf-icon CC/ERT/2015/6 (697 kB)
Greece pdf-icon CC/ERT/2007/6 (338 kB) pdf-icon CC/ERT/2011/7 (420 kB) pdf-icon CC/ERT/2015/5 (773 kB)
Hungary pdf-icon CC/ERT/2006/1 (239 kB) pdf-icon CC/ERT/2011/2 (397 kB) pdf-icon CC/ERT/2015/18 (719 kB)
Iceland pdf-icon CC/ERT/2007/3 (254 kB) pdf-icon CC/ERT/2012/7 (1242 kB) pdf-icon CC/ERT/2015/11 (693 kB)
Ireland pdf-icon CC/ERT/2009/8 (393 kB) pdf-icon CC/ERT/2010/5 (657 kB) pdf-icon CC/ERT/2014/17 (694 kB)
Italy pdf-icon CC/ERT/2009/1 (562 kB) pdf-icon CC/ERT/2011/11 (600 kB) pdf-icon CC/ERT/2014/5 (307 kB)
Japan pdf-icon CC/ERT/2007/8 (343 kB) pdf-icon CC/ERT/2011/3 (364 kB) pdf-icon CC/ERT/2015/20 (726 kB)
Kazakhstan  ---[5]  ---  pdf-icon CC/ERT/2015/21 (815 kB) [6] 
Latvia pdf-icon CC/ERT/2007/7 (338 kB) pdf-icon CC/ERT/2011/15 (324 kB) pdf-icon CC/ERT/2014/12 (689 kB)
Liechtenstein pdf-icon CC/ERT/2008/4 (351 kB) pdf-icon CC/ERT/2011/23 (336 kB) pdf-icon CC/ERT/2015/12 (650 kB)
Lithuania pdf-icon CC/ERT/2006/4 (305 kB) pdf-icon CC/ERT/2011/18 (398 kB) pdf-icon CC/ERT/2014/16 (698 kB)
Luxembourg ---[7] pdf-icon CC/ERT/2012/4 (308 kB) pdf-icon CC/ERT/2014/9 (793 kB)
Malta  ---[8]  ---[8]  pdf-icon CC/ERT/2015/16 (670 kB)  
Monaco pdf-icon CC/ERT/2008/1 (304 kB) pdf-icon CC/ERT/2011/22 (425 kB) pdf-icon CC/ERT/2015/17 (672 kB)
Netherlands pdf-icon CC/ERT/2008/10 (181 kB) pdf-icon CC/ERT/2011/16 (479 kB) pdf-icon CC/ERT/2014/2 (742 kB)
New Zealand pdf-icon CC/ERT/2007/2 (347 kB) pdf-icon CC/ERT/2011/1 (415 kB) pdf-icon CC/ERT/2014/1 (706 kB)
Norway pdf-icon CC/ERT/2006/8 (320 kB) pdf-icon CC/ERT/2011/5 (479 kB) pdf-icon CC/ERT/2015/8 (734 kB)
Poland pdf-icon CC/ERT/2009/7 (466 kB) pdf-icon CC/ERT/2011/12 (322 kB) pdf-icon CC/ERT/2015/3 (727 kB)
Portugal pdf-icon CC/ERT/2008/7 (360 kB) pdf-icon CC/ERT/2011/6 (485 kB) pdf-icon CC/ERT/2014/15 (790 kB)
Romania pdf-icon CC/ERT/2009/9 (358 kB) pdf-icon CC/ERT/2012/1 (295 kB) pdf-icon CC/ERT/2015/1 (694 kB)
Russian Federation pdf-icon CC/ERT/2009/3 (552 kB) pdf-icon CC/ERT/2012/8 (760 kB) pdf-icon CC/ERT/2015/4 (830 kB)
Slovakia pdf-icon CC/ERT/2006/2 (160 kB) pdf-icon CC/ERT/2011/14 (344 kB) pdf-icon CC/ERT/2015/2 (729 kB)
Slovenia pdf-icon CC/ERT/2007/5 (344 kB) pdf-icon CC/ERT/2011/24 (508 kB) pdf-icon CC/ERT/2015/19 (742 kB)
Spain pdf-icon CC/ERT/2008/9 (528 kB) pdf-icon CC/ERT/2011/4 (338 kB) pdf-icon CC/ERT/2014/4 (751 kB)
Sweden pdf-icon CC/ERT/2006/6 (327 kB) pdf-icon CC/ERT/2011/9 (334 kB) pdf-icon CC/ERT/2014/8 (703 kB)
Switzerland pdf-icon CC/ERT/2006/5 (340 kB) pdf-icon CC/ERT/2010/4 (381 kB) pdf-icon CC/ERT/2014/3 (676 kB)
Turkey  ---  pdf-icon CC/ERT/2015/24 (700 kB)   --- 
Ukraine pdf-icon CC/ERT/2009/5 (464 kB) pdf-icon CC/ERT/2011/19 (335 kB) pdf-icon CC/ERT/2015/9 (716 kB)
United Kingdom pdf-icon CC/ERT/2007/1 (370 kB) pdf-icon CC/ERT/2010/2 (383 kB) pdf-icon CC/ERT/2015/15 (745 kB)

[1] The fourth national communication was due on 1 January 2006. Australia became a Party to the Kyoto Protocol on
11 March 2008.
[2] On 15 December 2011, the Depositary received written notification of Canada’s withdrawal from the Kyoto Protocol. This action became effective for Canada on 15 December 2012.
[3] The technical review of the sixth national communication of Canada was conducted in accordance with the “Guidelines for the technical review of information reported under the Convention related to greenhouse gas inventories, biennial reports and national communications by Parties included in Annex I to the Convention” (annex to decision 23/CMP.19).
[4] The fourth and fifth national communications were due 1 January 2006 and 1 January 2010, respectively. Cyprus became a Party included in Annex I to the Convention on 9 July 2013. It also became a Party included in Annex I under the terms of Article 1, paragraph 7, of the Kyoto Protocol on that date.
[5] The fourth and fifth national communications were due 1 January 2006 and 1 January 2010, respectively. On 23 March 2000, Kazakhstan notified the Depositary that in accordance with Article 4, paragraph 2(g), of the Convention, it intended to be bound by Article 4, paragraphs 2 (a) and (b), of the Convention. At its fifth session, the Conference of the Parties serving as the meeting of the Parties to the Kyoto Protocol noted that following Kazakhstan’s ratification of the Kyoto Protocol on 19 June 2009 and its entry into force for Kazakhstan on 17 September 2009, Kazakhstan became a Party included in Annex I to the Convention for purposes of the Protocol, while remaining a Party not included in Annex I to the Convention for purposes of the Convention.
[6] The technical review of the third to sixth national communications of Kazakhstan was conducted in accordance with the “Guidelines for the technical review of information reported under the Convention related to greenhouse gas inventories, biennial reports and national communications by Parties included in Annex I to the Convention” (annex to decision 23/CP.19) and the “Guidelines for review under Article 8 of the Kyoto Protocol” (annex to decision 22/CMP.1).
[7] Luxembourg explained that its fourth national communication was not submitted because of a lack of data and technical capacity (see FCCC/IDR.5/LUX, para. 10).
[8] The fourth and fifth national communications were due 1 January 2006 and 1 January 2010 respectively. Malta became a Party included in Annex I to the Convention on 26 October 2010. It also became a Party included in Annex I under the terms of Article 1, paragraph 7, of the Kyoto Protocol on that date.


Information on the delay in submission of national communications
from Parties included in Annex I


The guidelines for review under Article 8 of the Kyoto Protocol (as contained in the annex to decision 22/CMP.1) stipulate that if a Party included in Annex I expects difficulties with the timeliness of its NC submission, it should inform the secretariat before the due date of the submission. If the NC is not submitted within six weeks after the due date, the delay shall be brought to the attention of the Conference of the Parties serving as the meeting of the Parties to the Kyoto Protocol and the Compliance Committee and made public (paragraph 139).

The following table lists the documents providing information on the delay in submission of the NCs that were brought to the attention of the Compliance Committee for each of the NC reporting cycles.

Information on the delay in submission of national communications
from Parties included in Annex I

Report

Document

Status of national communications and reports demonstrating progress of Annex I Parties (fourth national communication)

pdf-icon CC/3/2006/6/Rev.1 (161 kB)


with updates provided:
pdf-icon CC/4/2007/4 (139 kB) (6 September 2007) pdf-icon CC/5/2008/5 (488 kB) (30 September 2008) pdf-icon CC/6/2009/2 (708 kB) (22 September 2009)
Information on the delay in submission of fifth national communications from Annex I Parties that are also Parties to the Kyoto Protocol

pdf-icon CC/2010/1 (133 kB)

Information on the delay in submission of sixth national communications from Parties included in Annex I to the Convention that are also Parties to the Kyoto Protocol

pdf-icon CC/14/2014/3 (130 kB)














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