UNITED

NATIONS

 

Distr.

GENERAL

FCCC/SBSTA/2000/14

20 December 2000

Original: ENGLISH

SUBSIDIARY BODY FOR SCIENTIFIC AND TECHNOLOGICAL ADVICE

 

 

 

REPORT of the Subsidiary Body for Scientific and Technological Advice on the second part of its thirteenth session,

the hague, 13-18 november 2000

 

CONTENTS

 

  1. Introduction
  2. Organizational matters (Agenda item 2)
  3. Implementation of Article 4.8 and 4.9 of the Convention (decision 3/CP.3 and Articles 2.3 and 3.14 of the Kyoto Protocol) (Agenda item 3) 8 – 13 5

    Matters relating to Article 3.14 of the Kyoto Protocol (Agenda item 4)

  4. Procedures and mechanisms relating to compliance under the Kyoto Protocol (Agenda item 5)
  5. Activities implemented jointly under the pilot phase (Agenda item 6)

     

    Paragraphs Page

  6. Mechanisms pursuant to Articles 6, 12 and 17 of the Kyoto Protocol (Agenda item 7)
  7. Capacity-building (Agenda item 8)

 

  1. Capacity-building in developing countries (non-Annex I Parties)
  2. Capacity-building in countries with economies in transition

VIII. Methodological issues (Agenda item 9) 29 – 44 8

  1. Land-use, land-use change and forestry
  2. Guidelines under Articles 5, 7 and 8 of the Kyoto Protocol
  3. Impact of single projects on emissions in the commitment period
  4. Other matters

IX. Development and transfer of technologies: status of the consultative process (decision 4/CP.4) (Agenda item 10)

X. "Best practices" in policies and measures among Parties included in Annex I to the Convention (Agenda item 11)

XI. Cooperation with relevant international organizations (Agenda item 12)

XII. Report on the session (Agenda item 14)

XIII. CLOSURE OF THE SESSION

 

 

Annex

List of documents before the Subsidiary Body for Scientific and Technological advice at the second part of its thirteenth session

 

 

  1. INTRODUCTION

    1. The second part of the thirteenth session of the Subsidiary Body for Scientific and Technological Advice (SBSTA) was held at the Netherlands Congress Centre, The Hague, Netherlands, from 13 to 18 November 2000.
    2. At the opening meeting, held jointly with the Subsidiary Body for Implementation (SBI) on 13 November 2000, the chairmen of the subsidiary bodies welcomed all Parties and observers to the second part of the thirteenth sessions of the subsidiary bodies.
    3. The chairmen recalled that they had prepared new documents on some issues, following the mandates given by Parties at the first part of the sessions to facilitate and advance negotiations at the resumed sessions. In preparing these texts, the chairmen had drawn on views expressed at the first part of the thirteenth sessions, submissions from Parties, and extensive bilateral consultations, including inter-sessional consultations.
    4. The chairmen expressed the hope that these revised texts would be useful additions to those considered at the first part of the sessions, all of which would remain on the table. They emphasized that solid, well-drafted decisions must be developed to lay the foundation for success at the sixth session of the Conference of the Parties (COP) and to make ratification of the Kyoto Protocol possible.
    5. Also at the joint meeting on 13 November, the chairmen recalled that at the first part of the thirteenth sessions, they had requested the co-chairs of the contact groups to resume their responsibilities at the second part of the thirteenth sessions, including those who were not able to participate in the first part of the sessions (FCCC/SBSTA/2000/10, para. 66).

     

  2. ORGANIZATIONAL MATTERS
(Agenda item 2)
6. The SBSTA considered this item at its 7th meeting, on 13 November. The Chairman recalled that at its 1st meeting, on 11 September, the SBSTA had adopted the agenda for the thirteenth session (FCCC/SBSTA/2000/10, para. 7). No new annotations had been prepared but a list of documents could be found in document FCCC/CP/2000/1/Add.2.
7. All items on the agenda of the thirteenth session remained open for consideration, with the exception of item 13, which had been concluded at the first part of the thirteenth session.


III. IMPLEMENTATION OF ARTICLE 4.8 AND 4.9 OF THE CONVENTION (DECISION 3/CP.3 AND ARTICLES 2.3 AND 3.14 OF THE KYOTO PROTOCOL)
(Agenda item 3)

MATTERS RELATING TO ARTICLE 3.14 OF THE KYOTO PROTOCOL

(Agenda item 4)

1. Proceedings

8. The SBSTA considered these items together at its 6th and 8th meetings, held jointly with the SBI, on 13 and 18 November respectively. It had before it documents FCCC/SBI/2000/10/Add.1, FCCC/SB/2000/12, and conference room paper FCCC/SB/2000/CRP.18.
9. Statements were made by 11 Parties, including one speaking on behalf of the group of least developed countries, one speaking on behalf of the European Community and its member States, and one speaking on behalf of the Group of 77 and China.
10. At the 6th meeting, Mr. Bo Kjellén (Sweden) reported on the informal consultations relating to these items which had been held in Geneva, Switzerland, from 19 to 21 October.
11. Also at the 6th meeting, a representative, speaking on behalf of the group of least developed countries, reported on the workshop for least developed countries, held in Geneva, Switzerland, from 16 to 17 October, to enable them to discuss their specific situations, needs and concerns related to adaptation, capacity-building and development and transfer of technologies.
12. At the same meeting, the chairmen of the subsidiary bodies referred discussion of this item to the contact group established at the first part of the session, under the co-chairmanship of Mr. Kjellén and Mr. Mohammad Reza Salamat (Islamic Republic of Iran). The chairmen thanked Mr. Abdulmuhsen Al-Sunaid (Saudi Arabia), who had co-chaired this contact group at the first part of the session in the absence of Mr. Salamat (FCCC/SBSTA/2000/10, para.12).
  1. 2. Conclusions

    13. At their joint meeting on 18 November, having considered a proposal by the chairmen, the SBSTA and the SBI agreed to forward the text contained in conference room paper FCCC/SB/2000/CRP.18 for further consideration by the COP at its sixth session.

 

IV. PROCEDURES AND MECHANISMS RELATING TO COMPLIANCE UNDER THE KYOTO PROTOCOL

(Agenda item 5)

1. Proceedings

14. The SBSTA considered this item at its 6th and 8th meetings, held jointly with the SBI, on 13 and 18 November respectively. It had before it documents FCCC/SBI/2000/10/Add.2 and FCCC/SB/2000/11, and conference room papers FCCC/SB/2000/CRP.15/Rev.1 and Rev.2.
15. Statements were made by three Parties, including one speaking on behalf of the European Community and its member States, and one speaking on behalf of the Group of 77 and China.
16. At the 6th meeting, the co-chairmen of the Joint Working Group on Compliance (JWG) established by decision 8/CP.4, reported on the informal consultations relating to this item which had been held in New Delhi, India, from 12 to 14 October. At the same meeting, the chairmen referred discussion of this item to the JWG under the co-chairmanship of Mr. Harald Dovland (Norway), Chairman of the SBSTA, and Mr. Tuiloma Neroni Slade (Samoa).
2. Conclusions

 

17. At the joint meeting on 18 November, the SBSTA and the SBI took note of the report of the JWG. Also at that joint meeting, having considered a proposal by the chairmen and taking into account the amendments proposed, the SBSTA and SBI agreed to forward the draft decisions, the text on procedures and mechanisms and the text on final clauses contained in conference room paper FCCC/SB/2000/CRP.15/Rev.2 to the Conference of the Parties at its sixth session for further consideration.


 V. ACTIVITIES IMPLEMENTED JOINTLY UNDER THE PILOT PHASE

(Agenda item 6)

 

1. Proceedings
18. The SBSTA considered this item at its 6th and 8th meetings, held jointly with the SBI, on 13 and 18 November respectively. It had before it conference room paper FCCC/SB/2000/CRP.23.
19. At the 6th meeting, the chairmen recalled that at the first part of the sessions, it had been concluded that the consideration of the draft revised uniform reporting format would be referred to the fourteenth sessions of the subsidiary bodies (FCCC/SBSTA/2000/10, para. 20). At the same meeting, the chairmen invited Mr. Kok Kee Chow (Malaysia) to consult on a draft decision on activities implemented jointly under the pilot phase, for consideration by the COP at its sixth session.

2. Conclusions

20. At their joint meeting on 18 November, having considered a proposal by the chairmen, the subsidiary bodies agreed to forward the draft decision contained in conference room paper FCCC/SB/2000/CRP.23 to the COP at its sixth session for further consideration.


VI. MECHANISMS PURSUANT TO ARTICLES 6, 12 AND 17 OF THE KYOTO PROTOCOL
(Agenda item 7)

1. Proceedings

21. The SBSTA considered this item at its 6th and 8th meetings, held jointly with the SBI, on 13 and 18 November respectively. It had before it documents FCCC/SBSTA/2000/10/Add.1 (parts I-IV), FCCC/SB/2000/10 and Add.1-4, and conference room papers FCCC/SB/2000/CRP.19, FCCC/SB/2000/CRP.20 and Add.1, FCCC/SB/2000/CRP.21 and FCCC/SB/2000/CRP.22.
22. Statements were made by representatives of seven Parties, including one speaking on behalf of the Group of 77 and China and one speaking on behalf of the Alliance of Small Island States.
23. At the 6th meeting, Mr. Kok Kee Chow (Malaysia) reported on the inter-sessional consultations he had chaired on this item, at the request of the chairmen of the subsidiary bodies. At the same meeting, the subsidiary bodies agreed to continue their consideration of this item by way of the joint contact group convened at the first part of their thirteenth sessions under the chairmanship of Mr. Chow (FCCC/SBSTA/2000/10, para. 23).
2. Conclusions

24. At their joint meeting on 18 November, having considered a proposal by the chairmen, the SBSTA and the SBI agreed to forward the draft decisions contained in conference room papers FCCC/SB/2000/CRP.19, FCCC/SB/2000/CRP.20 and Add.1, FCCC/SB/2000/CRP.21 and FCCC/SB/2000/CRP.22 to the COP at its sixth session for further consideration.



VII. CAPACITY-BUILDING

(Agenda item 8)

A. Capacity-building in developing countries (non-Annex I Parties)

(Agenda item 8 (a))

B. Capacity-building in countries with economies in transition

(Agenda item 8 (b))

1. Proceedings

25. The SBSTA considered these sub-items together at its 6th and 8th meetings, held jointly with the SBI, on 13 and 18 November respectively. It had before it documents FCCC/SBI/2000/10/Add.3 and FCCC/SBI/2000/10/Add.4, and conference room papers FCCC/SB/2000/CRP.16 and FCCC/SB/2000/CRP.17/Rev.1.
26. Statements were made by four Parties, including one speaking on behalf of the Group of 77 and China.
27. At the 6th meeting, the chairmen referred discussion of this item to the contact group established at the first part of the session, under the co-chairmanship of Mr. John Ashe (Antigua and Barbuda) and Mr. Jukka Uosukainen (Finland) (FCCC/SBI/2000/10, para. 26).
2. Conclusions

28. At their joint meeting on 18 November, having considered a proposal by the chairmen, the SBSTA and the SBI agreed to forward the draft decisions contained in conference room papers FCCC/SB/2000/CRP.16 and FCCC/SB/2000/CRP.17/Rev.1 for further consideration by the COP at its sixth session.

VIII. METHODOLOGICAL ISSUES

(Agenda item 9)

 

  1. Land-use, land-use change and forestry
(Agenda item 9 (a))

1. Proceedings

29. The SBSTA considered this sub-item at its 7th and 9th meetings, on 13 and 18 November respectively. It had before it documents FCCC/SBSTA/2000/10/Add.2, FCCC/SBSTA/2000/12, FCCC/SBSTA/2000/MISC.8/Add.2, FCCC/SBSTA/2000/MISC.11, and conference room paper FCCC/SBSTA/2000/CRP.11.

30. Statements were made by representatives of eight Parties, including one speaking on behalf of the Environmental Integrity Group, one speaking on behalf of the Group of 77 and China and one speaking on behalf of the Alliance of Small Island States.

31. At the 7th meeting, Mr. Halldor Thorgeirsson (Iceland) reported on the inter-sessional consultations held in Viterbo, Italy, which he had co-chaired together with Mr. Philip Gwage (Uganda), at the request of the chairmen of the subsidiary bodies. At the same meeting, the SBSTA agreed to continue its consideration of this item by way of the contact group convened at the first part of its thirteenth session under the co-chairmanship of Mr. Gwage and Mr. Thorgeirsson (FCCC/SBSTA/2000/10, para. 32).
2. Conclusions
32. At its 9th meeting, on 18 November, having considered a proposal by the Chairman, the SBSTA agreed to forward the draft decision contained in conference room paper FCCC/SBSTA/2000/CRP.11 for further consideration by the COP at its sixth session.

 

33. One Party expressed concern about the content of the draft text, while another Party noted that the text was very useful for further work as it simplified various issues.

 

B. Guidelines under Articles 5, 7 and 8 of the Kyoto Protocol

(Agenda item 9 (b))

1. Proceedings

34. The SBSTA considered this sub-item at its 7th and 9th meetings, on 13 and 18 November respectively. It had before it documents FCCC/SBSTA/2000/10/Add.3, FCCC/SBSTA/2000/13, FCCC/SBSTA/2000/MISC.7/Add.2, and conference room papers FCCC/SBSTA/2000/CRP.16, FCCC/SBSTA/2000/CRP.17 and Corr.1.

35. At the 7th meeting, Ms Helen Plume (New Zealand) reported on the inter-sessional consultations held in Bonn, Germany, which she had co-chaired with Mr. Newton Paciornik (Brazil) at the request of the chairmen of the subsidiary bodies. At the same meeting, the SBSTA agreed to continue its consideration of this item by way of the contact group convened at the first part of its thirteenth session under the co-chairmanship of Mr. Paciornik and Ms Plume (FCCC/SBSTA/2000/10, para. 36).

36. A statement was made on behalf of the National Greenhouse Gas Inventories Programme of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC), describing progress on a work plan addressing methodological issues raised in the IPCC Special Report on Land-Use, Land-Use Change and Forestry in the context of the IPCC 1996 Revised Guidelines for National Greenhouse Gas Inventories, as requested by the SBSTA at its tenth session (FCCC/SBSTA/1999/6, para. 41 (e)).
2. Conclusions
37. At its 9th meeting, on 18 November, having considered a proposal by the Chairman, the SBSTA agreed to recommend the draft decision contained in conference room paper FCCC/SBSTA/2000/CRP.16 on guidelines for national systems under Article 5.1 of the Kyoto Protocol for adoption by the COP at its sixth session. It also agreed to forward the draft decision(s) contained in conference room papers FCCC/SBSTA/2000/CRP.17 and Corr.1 on guidelines under Articles 5, 7 and 8 of the Kyoto Protocol for further consideration by the COP at its sixth session.

 

C. Impact of single projects on emissions in the commitment period

(Agenda item 9 (c))

 

1. Proceedings
38. The SBSTA considered this sub-item at its 7th and 9th meetings, on 13 and 18 November respectively. The Chairman noted that a proposed draft decision, submitted by the delegation of Iceland at COP 4, was contained in document FCCC/CP/1998/MISC.11/Add.1. In addition the SBSTA had before it conference room paper FCCC/SBSTA/2000/CRP.13.
39. A statement was made by a representative of one Party.
40. At the 7th meeting, the Chairman requested Mr. Ole Plougmann (Denmark) to continue to conduct informal consultations on this issue (FCCC/SBSTA/2000/10, para. 40).
2. Conclusions
41. At its 9th meeting, on 18 November, having considered a proposal by the Chairman, the SBSTA agreed to forward the draft decision contained in conference room paper FCCC/SBSTA/2000/CRP.13 for further consideration by the COP at its sixth session.



D. Other matters

(Agenda item 9 (d))

 

Topic: Emissions resulting from fuel used in international transportation

1. Proceedings

42. The SBSTA considered this sub-item at its 7th and 9th meetings, on 13 and 18 November respectively.
43. At the 7th meeting, a representative of the International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO) made a statement on the status of its work relating to greenhouse gas emissions resulting from fuel used for international transportation.
44. Statements were made by representatives of three Parties. One Party expressed concern that a recommendation mentioned in the ICAO statement had not yet been adopted by ICAO. The other Parties expressed appreciation to ICAO for the information provided.

IX. DEVELOPMENT AND TRANSFER OF TECHNOLOGIES: STATUS OF THE CONSULTATIVE PROCESS (DECISION 4/CP.4)
(Agenda item 10)

1. Proceedings

45. The SBSTA considered this item at its 7th and 9th meetings, on 13 and 18 November respectively. It had before it documents FCCC/SBSTA/2000/10/Add.4, FCCC/SBSTA/2000/MISC. 9, FCCC/SBSTA/2000/MISC.12, and conference room paper FCCC/SBSTA/2000/CRP.15.
46. Statements were made by representatives of four Parties, including one speaking on behalf of the Group of 77 and China.
47. At the 7th meeting, the SBSTA agreed to continue its consideration of this item by way of the contact group convened at the first part of its thirteenth session under the co-chairmanship of Mr. Oladapo Afolabi (Nigeria) and Ms Jean Cooper (Canada) (FCCC/SBSTA/2000/10,
para. 50).
  1. 2. Conclusions

    48. At its 9th meeting, on 18 November, having considered a proposal by the Chairman, the SBSTA agreed to forward the draft decision contained in conference room paper FCCC/SBSTA/2000/CRP.15 for further consideration by the COP at its sixth session.
    49. Representatives of two Parties noted that the draft framework for meaningful and effective actions to enhance the implementation of Article 4.5 of the Convention, as contained in document FCCC/SBSTA/2000/CRP.15, included many recommendations on workshops and not sufficient meaningful actions.

 

X. "BEST PRACTICES" IN POLICIES AND MEASURES AMONG PARTIES INCLUDED IN ANNEX I TO THE CONVENTION

(Agenda item 11)

 

Proceedings
50. The SBSTA considered this item at its 7th and 9th meetings, on 13 and 18 November respectively. It had before it documents FCCC/SBSTA/2000/2, FCCC/SBSTA/2000/10, and conference room paper FCCC/SBSTA/2000/CRP.14.

51. At the 7th meeting, the SBSTA agreed to continue its consideration of this item by way of the contact group convened at the first part of its thirteenth session under the co-chairmanship of Mr. Richard Muyungi (United Republic of Tanzania) and Mr. José Romero (Switzerland) (FCCC/SBSTA/2000/10, para. 54).

2. Conclusions
52. At its 9th meeting, on 18 November, having considered a proposal by the Chairman, the SBSTA agreed to forward the draft decision contained in conference room paper FCCC/SBSTA/2000/CRP.14 for further consideration by the COP at its sixth session.

 

XI. COOPERATION WITH RELEVANT INTERNATIONAL ORGANIZATIONS

(Agenda item 12)

 

 

1. Proceedings
53. The SBSTA considered this item at its 7th and 9th meetings, on 13 and 18 November respectively. It had before it documents FCCC/SBSTA/2000/10, FCCC/SBSTA/2000/MISC.10, and conference room paper FCCC/SBSTA/2000/CRP.12.

54. Statements were made by representatives of three Parties.

55. At the 7th meeting, reports were made by representatives of the Global Climate Observing System and the Convention on Biological Diversity.

2. Conclusions
56. The SBSTA welcomed the report made by the Director of the Global Climate Observing System (GCOS) Secretariat, on behalf of the agencies participating in the Climate Agenda, on developments in the global observing systems and activities related to decision 5/CP.5. It noted with concern continued degradation in some components of the Global Climate Observing System, and recognized the need for Parties to work actively to reverse that situation.

57. The SBSTA recognized the importance of the Integrated Global Observing Strategy Partnership in developing the global observing systems for the oceans and terrestrial carbon sources and sinks in the global carbon cycle, and in promoting systematic observation.

58. The SBSTA took note of the outcome of the first GCOS regional workshop to identify capacity-building needs in the South Pacific region, held in Samoa in August 2000. The SBSTA expressed appreciation to Australia, the United States of America, the World Meteorological Organization, the United Nations Environment Programme and the South Pacific Regional Environment Programme for providing support for the workshop. It also noted the plans for a second regional workshop in Africa in early 2001.

59. The SBSTA welcomed the information provided by Australia on a supplementary reporting format to the UNFCCC reporting guidelines on global climate observing systems. It encouraged Parties to consider this information in preparing their national communications.

60. The SBSTA noted with appreciation the information contained in a discussion note prepared by the Executive Secretary of the Convention on Biological Diversity (CBD). It took note of the decisions of the fifth Conference of the Parties to the Convention on Biological Diversity relating to forest biodiversity and marine and coastal biodiversity, particularly coral reefs, and their links to the UNFCCC. The SBSTA agreed to consider this matter in more detail at its fourteenth session. It invited Parties to submit their views on the issues identified in the discussion note prepared by the Executive Secretary of the CBD to the UNFCCC secretariat no later than 1 March 2001, to be included in a miscellaneous document.

 

XII. REPORT ON THE SESSION

(Agenda item 14)

61. At its 9th meeting, on 18 November, the SBSTA considered the draft report on the second part of its thirteenth session (FCCC/SBSTA/2000/CRP.10). At the same meeting, on a proposal by the Chairman, the SBSTA authorized the Rapporteur, with the assistance of the secretariat, to complete the report on the session, under the guidance of the Chairman.

 

XIII. CLOSURE OF THE SESSION
62. At the final joint meeting of the SBI and the SBSTA, on 18 November, the chairmen recalled that during the thirteenth sessions of the subsidiary bodies, Parties had been able to advance understanding, start to reconcile interests and narrow down the options. They also noted that much work remained to be done by ministers and their representatives in order to work out the outstanding issues.

 

 

Annex

LIST OF DOCUMENTS BEFORE THE SUBSIDIARY BODY FOR SCIENTIFIC AND

TECHNOLOGICAL ADVICE AT THE SECOND PART OF

ITS THIRTEENTH SESSION

  • FCCC/CP/2000/1/Add.1 Provisional agenda and annotations. Note by the Executive Secretary. Addendum

    FCCC/CP/2000/1/Add.2 Provisional agenda. Note by the Executive Secretary. Addendum. List of documents for the Conference of the Parties and the subsidiary bodies

    FCCC/CP/1998/MISC.11/Add.1 Matters related to the Kyoto Protocol. Matters related to decision 1/CP.3, paragraph 5. Impacts on single projects on emissions in the commitment period. Addendum. Submissions from Parties

    FCCC/SBSTA/2000/2 "Best practices" in policies and measures among Parties included in Annex I to the Convention. Workshop on "best practices" in policies and measures. Note by the Chairman

    FCCC/SBSTA/2000/6 Provisional agenda and annotations. Note by the Executive Secretary

    FCCC/SBSTA/2000/10 Report of the Subsidiary Body for Scientific and Technological Advice on the work of its thirteenth session (Part One), Lyon, 11-15 September 2000

    FCCC/SBSTA/2000/10/Add.1 Addendum. Mechanisms pursuant to Articles 6, 12

    (parts I-IV) and 17 of the Kyoto Protocol. Consolidated text on principles, modalities, rules and guidelines. Note by the chairmen

     

    FCCC/SBSTA/2000/10/Add.2 Addendum. Methodological issues. Land-use, land-use change and forestry. Recommendation by the Subsidiary Body for Scientific and Technological Advice

    FCCC/SBSTA/2000/10/Add.3 Addendum. Methodological issues. Guidelines

    under Articles 5, 7 and 8 of the Kyoto Protocol

    FCCC/SBSTA/2000/10/Add.4 Addendum. Development and transfer of technologies: Status of the consultative process (decision 4/CP.4). Draft framework for meaningful and effective actions to enhance the implementation of Article 4.5 of the Convention. Draft text by the co-chairs of the contact group

    FCCC/SBSTA/2000/12 Methodological issues. Land-use, land-use change and forestry. Text by the Chairman

    FCCC/SBSTA/2000/13 Methodological issues. Guidelines under Articles 5, 7 and 8 of the Kyoto Protocol. Text by the Chairman

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  • FCCC/SBSTA/2000/MISC.7/ Methodological issues. Guidelines under Articles 5, 7 and 8

    Add.2 of the Kyoto Protocol. Submissions from Parties.

    FCCC/SBSTA/2000/MISC.8/Add.2 Methodological issues. Land-use, land-use change and forestry.

    FCCC/SBSTA/2000/MISC.9 Development and transfer of technologies. Status of the consultative process (decision 4/CP.4). Submissions from Parties

    FCCC/SBSTA/2000/MISC.10 Cooperation with relevant international organizations. Global Climate Observing System: progress report on developments in the global observing system and activities related to decision 5/CP.5

    FCCC/SBSTA/2000/MISC.11 Methodological issues. Land-use, land-use change and forestry. Submissions from Parties. Note by the secretariat

    FCCC/SBSTA/2000/MISC.12 Development and transfer of technologies: Status of the consultative process (decision 4/CP.4). Submissions from Parties

    FCCC/SBSTA/2000/CRP.10 Draft report of the Subsidiary Body for Scientific and Technological Advice on the second part of its thirteenth session

    FCCC/SBSTA/2000/CRP.11 Methodological issues. Land-use, land-use change and forestry. Draft conclusions by the Chairman

    FCCC/SBSTA/2000/CRP.12 Cooperation with relevant international organizations.
    Draft conclusions by the Chairman

    FCCC/SBSTA/2000/CRP.13 Methodological issues. Impact of single projects on emissions in the commitment period. Draft conclusions by the Chairman of the Subsidiary Body for Scientific and Technological Advice

     

     

    FCCC/SBSTA/2000/CRP.14 "Best practices" in policies and measures among Parties included in Annex I to the Convention. Draft conclusions by the Chairman of the Subsidiary Body for Scientific and Technological Advice

    FCCC/SBSTA/2000/CRP.15 Development and transfer of technologies. Status of the consultative process (decision 4/CP.4). Draft conclusions by the Chairman of the Subsidiary Body for Scientific and Technological Advice

    FCCC/SBSTA/2000/CRP.16 Methodological issues. Guidelines under Articles 5, 7 and 8 of the Kyoto Protocol. Draft conclusions by the Chairman of the Subsidiary Body for Scientific and Technological Advice

    FCCC/SBSTA/2000/CRP.17 Methodological issues. Guidelines under Articles 5, 7 and 8

    and Corr. 1 of the Kyoto Protocol. Draft conclusions by the Chairman of the Subsidiary Body for Scientific and Technological Advice

    FCCC/SB/2000/10 Mechanisms pursuant to Articles 6, 12 and 17 of the Kyoto Protocol. Text by the chairmen

    FCCC/SB/2000/10/Add.1 Mechanisms pursuant to Articles 6, 12 and 17 of the Kyoto Protocol. Text by the chairmen. Addendum. Article 6 of the Kyoto Protocol

    FCCC/SB/2000/10/Add.2 Mechanisms pursuant to Articles 6, 12 and 17 of the Kyoto Protocol. Text by the chairmen. Addendum. Article 12 of the Kyoto Protocol

    FCCC/SB/2000/10/Add.3 Mechanisms pursuant to Articles 6, 12 and 17 of the Kyoto Protocol. Text by the chairmen. Addendum. Article 17 of the Kyoto Protocol

    FCCC/SB/2000/10/Add.4 Mechanisms pursuant to Articles 6, 12 and 17 of the Kyoto Protocol. Text by the chairmen. Addendum. Registries

    FCCC/SB/2000/CRP.19 Mechanisms pursuant to Articles 6, 12 and 17 of the Kyoto Protocol. Article 6 of the Kyoto Protocol. Draft conclusions by the chairmen of the Subsidiary Body for Scientific and Technological Advice and the Subsidiary Body for Implementation

    FCCC/SB/2000/CRP.20 Mechanisms pursuant to Articles 6, 12 and 17 of the Kyoto

    and Add.1 Protocol. Article 12 of the Kyoto Protocol. Draft conclusions by the chairmen of the Subsidiary Body for Scientific and Technological Advice and the Subsidiary Body for Implementation. Addendum. Annex to draft decision [B/CP.6]: Modalities and procedures for a clean development mechanism

    FCCC/SB/2000/CRP.21 Mechanisms pursuant to Articles 6, 12 and 17 of the Kyoto Protocol. Article 17 of the Kyoto Protocol. Draft conclusions by the chairmen of the Subsidiary Body for Scientific and Technological Advice and the Subsidiary Body for Implementation

    FCCC/SB/2000/CRP.22 Mechanisms pursuant to Articles 6, 12 and 17 of the Kyoto Protocol. Registries. Draft conclusions by the chairmen of the Subsidiary Body for Scientific and Technological Advice and the Subsidiary Body for Implementation

    FCCC/SB/2000/CRP.23 Activities implemented jointly under the pilot phase. Draft conclusions by the chairmen of the Subsidiary Body for Scientific and Technological Advice and the Subsidiary Body for Implementation

     

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