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UNFCCC workshop for the development of a work programme on Article 6 of the Convention:
Education, Training and Public Awareness
Hotel Maritim

Godesberger Allee, 53175 Bonn, Germany
2– 3 June 2002
 

REFERENCE LIST

 

DOCUMENTS PREPARED FOR THE WORKSHOP

(PDF) Background Paper (31 kB)

This paper has been prepared by the secretariat in order to provide background information on Article 6.

(PDF) Draft elements of a possible SBSTA work programme (38 kB)

This paper has been prepared by the secretariat in order to assist workshop’s participants in developing a possible SBSTA work programme on Article 6 of the Convention

(PDF) Activities of intergovernmental and non-governmental organizations on UNFCCC Article 6 (694 kB)

  • Survey analysis
  • Annex I (Template)
  • Annex II (Tables)
  • Annex III (Planned activities)
  • Annex IV (Full reports)

This draft paper has been prepared by UNEP in collaboration with the secretariat, based on information received from IGOs, NGOs, and UN agencies as at 30 April 2002. This first draft will be considered at the workshop to assist in developing a possible SBSTA work programme on Article 6 of the Convention.

(PDF) Dissemination of the IPCC TAR (79 kB)

  • Survey analysis
  • Annex I (Reports)

This draft report was prepared by UNEP in collaboration with the UNFCCC secretariat, based on information received by IGOs/NGOs and UN agencies as at 30 April 2002.

OFFICIAL UNFCCC DOCUMENTS

(PDF) Convention

Article 4 (1.i); Article 6

(PDF) Kyoto Protocol

Article 10 (e)

SBSTA conclusions:

FCCC/SBSTA/1998/6

Paras. 34 – 37

FCCC/SBSTA/1999/6

Paras. 58 – 61

FCCC/SBSTA/2000/5

Paras. 60 – 64

FCCC/SBSTA/2001/2

Paras. 25 – 27

FCCC/SBSTA/2001/8

Paras. 42 – 45 and Annex II

Submissions from Parties:

FCCC/SBSTA/1999/MISC.1

Views from Parties on possible means of promoting the implementation of Article 6.

FCCC/SBSTA/2000/MISC.3 and Add.1

Further proposals from Parties on possible means of promoting the implementation of Article 6.

FCCC/SBSTA/2002/MISC.13

Comments from Parties on the draft terms of reference of the proposed workshop.

Other SBSTA documents:

FCCC/SBSTA/2001/6

Proposals and options on how to integrate Article 6 into the work programme of the SBSTA. Note by the secretariat.

FCCC/SBSTA/2001/6/Add.1

Addendum containing supporting information on definitions and types of comments received from Parties, IGOs and NGOs, classified in categories of needs.

FCCC/SBSTA/2002/INF.4

Report of the workshop on the Third Assessment Report. Note by the secretariat. Paras. 40 – 41

SBI and COP documents:

FCCC/CP/1998/11

Second compilation and synthesis of second National Communications from AI Parties (Summary). Note by the secretariat. Para. 51

FCCC/CP/1998/11/Add.1

Second compilation and synthesis of second National Communications from AI Parties. Addendum. Note by the secretariat. Paras. 162 - 166

FCCC/CP/1999/7

Review of the implementation of commitments and of other provisions of the Convention. UNFCCC guidelines on reporting and review for Annex I Parties. Para. 65

FCCC/SBI/2001/INF.4

Report of the workshop on the preparation of National Communications from AI Parties. Note by the secretariat. Paras. 26 – 27

FCCC/SBI/2001/14

Third compilation and synthesis of initial National Communications from NAI Parties (Summary). Note by the secretariat. Para. 46

FCCC/SBI/2001/14/Add.1

Third compilation and synthesis of initial National Communications from NAI Parties. Addendum. Para. 252 – 271

FCCC/SBI/2001/15

National Communications from NAI Parties – Report of the Consultative Group of Experts. Paras. 104-119, 175 – 176, 213

FCCC/SBI/2002/INF.2

Report of the workshop on the revisions of the guidelines for the preparation of National Communications from NAI Parties. Note by the secretariat. Paras. 23, 55.

FCCC/SBI/2002/INF.3

Report of the Workshop of the Consultative Group of Experts on National Communications from NAI Parties. Paras. 14(e), 43 – 45

FCCC/CP/2001/13/Add.1, Add.2, Add.3 and Add.4

COP 7 decisions. (Marrakesh Accords)


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