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The structured expert dialogue - The 2013-2015 review
 

In 2012, the COP decided to establish a structured expert dialogue (SED) that aims to support the work of a Joint Contact Group of SBSTA and SBI and to ensure the scientific integrity of the review through a focused exchange of views, information and ideas.

Ensuring the scientific integrity of the review, the SED is an appropriate vehicle for open and substantive discussions between Parties on the scientific knowledge and evidence based climate policy formulation. It will consider scientific information relevant to the review through regular scientific workshops and expert meetings and will assist the preparation and consideration of synthesis reports on the review.



Previous meetings of the structured expert dialogue on the 2013-2015 review:
 

First meeting of the structured expert dialogue (SED1)
Second meeting of the structured expert dialogue (SED2)
Third meeting of the structured expert dialogue (SED3)



The fourth session of the structured expert dialogue on the 2013-2015 review (SED4)
 

Second meeting of the fourth session of the structured expert dialogue on the 2013-2015 review (SED 4–2)  

Date: 8-9 February 2015 

Venue: Palais des Nations, Building A, Meeting room XII, Geneva, Switzerland


Sunday, 8 February 2015
:
Part 3 (15:00 - 18:00 hrs): Information from UN Agencies and international organizations and from processes under the Convention

Monday, 9 February 2015 : 
Part 4 (10:00 - 13:00 hrs): Regional and emerging information
Part 4 (15:00 - 16:30 hrs): Regional and emerging information

 

The goal of SED 4-2 is to complete its work by addressing, in a balanced manner, all remaining inputs to the 2013-2015 review.  It will focus on non-Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) information sources identified in decision 2/CP.17, paragraph 161 (b-d). Pursuant to decision 1/CP.18, paragraphs 84, 86(b), and 89, the meeting will also address information that has been published after the cut off dates of the Fifth Assessment Report (AR5) and identify information gaps.

pdf-icon Information on the second meeting of the fourth structured expert dialogue on the 2013-2015 review (150 kB) : Note by the co-facilitators

Agenda

Summary report of SED4 (to be made available no later than 20 March 2015)




SED 4-1
Date: 2-3 December 2014
Venue: COP 20 venue, Lima, Peru


2 December 2014, 15:00-18:00, SED4-1  -  Part 1 

3 December 2014, 15:00-18:00, SED4-2  -  Part 2 

The goal of SED 4-1 is to make a contribution to the assessment of the adequacy of the long-term global goal and the overall progress made towards achieving it, to the extent possible, on the basis of the Synthesis Report of the Fifth Assessment Report (AR5) of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) and other sources of information.

SED 4-1 consisted of two parts that will consider the two themes of the review in a balanced manner. The first part (2 December 2014,
15.00–18.00) focused on the AR5 Synthesis Report. The second part (3 December, 15.00–18.00) focused on other sources of information.

pdf-icon Information on the fourth structured expert dialogue on the 2013-2015 review (173 kB) : Note by the co-facilitators

pdf-icon Agenda (171 kB)

Summary report of SED4 (to be made available no later than 20 March 2015)

PART 1: Tuesday, 2 December 2014 (15.00–18.00 hrs)
Room Abancay - E13
Presentations
Presenter Title of presentation Link
Renate Christ, IPCC IPCC Fifth Assessment Report, Synthesis Report pdf-icon click >> (1925 kB)
Hans-Otto Pörtner, IPCC The adequacy of the long-term global goal in terms of preventing unacceptable consequences on the adaptation of ecosystems and food production. pdf-icon click >> (17337 kB)
Petra Tschakert, IPCC The adequacy of the long-term global goal in terms of preventing unacceptable consequences on economic development in a sustainable manner. pdf-icon click >> (1991 kB)
Chris Field
Katharine Mach, IPCC
The adequacy of 2 °C in terms of risk management within planetary boundaries and progress towards the long-term global goal. pdf-icon click >> (6192 kB)
Ottmar Edenhofer, IPCC Future Pathway for Adaptation, Mitigation and Sustainable Development pdf-icon click >> (3168 kB)
Ramón Pichs Madruga, IPCC Ethical and financial aspects of adaptation and mitigation. pdf-icon click >> (1462 kB)


PART 2: Wednesday, 3 December 2014 (15.00–18.00 hrs)
Room Abancay - E13
Presentations
Presenter Title of presentation Link
Keith Alverson, UNEP The adaptation gap. pdf-icon click >> (563 kB)
John Christensen, UNEP Keeping Under a 2°C Rise - Latest Pathways to Success. pdf-icon click >> (1308 kB)
Stéphane Hallegatte, World Bank Pricing Carbon. pdf-icon click >> (1466 kB)
Christina Hood, IEA Energy and climate change: challenges and opportunities. pdf-icon click >> (1299 kB)
Kristie L. Ebi, WHO Health impacts of climate change. pdf-icon click >> (1122 kB)
Alexandre Meybeck, FAO Agriculture, food security and climate change. pdf-icon click >> (2366 kB)

 





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