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The structured expert dialogue - The 2013-2015 review
 

In 2012, the COP decided to establish a structured expert dialogue 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 structured expert dialogue 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.



The third meeting of the structured expert dialogue on the 2013-2015 review (SED3)
 

Date: 6-8 June 2014
Venue: Saal Schumann, Maritim Hotel, Bonn, Germany

6 June 15.00-18.00 SED3 - part 1

7 June 10.00-13.00 SED3 - part 2

8 June 10.00-13.00 SED3 - part 3

8 June 15.00-18.00 SED3 - part 4

The goal of SED 3 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 IPCC AR5 WGII and the AR5 WGIII.

pdf-icon Information on the third structured expert dialogue on the 2013-2015 review (146 kB) : Note by the co-facilitators

pdf-icon Agenda (181 kB)

Summary report of SED3 

PART 1: Friday, 6 June (15.00 – 18.00 hrs)

Webcast

 Scene-setting
 Chris Field  pdf-icon The overarching findings and new approaches of AR5 WGII that are relevant to both themes of the 2013–2015 review (6286 kB)
 Theme 1
Joern Birkmann  pdf-icon Human interference with the climate system in view of a long-term global goal assuming various upper limits of global warming (1642 kB)
Christian Huggel pdf-icon Observed global impacts and projected key sectoral risk, and potential and opportunities for adaptation (1771 kB)
Penny Urquhart  pdf-icon Observed regional impacts and projected key regional risks, and potential and opportunities for adaption (1338 kB)
Hans-Otto Pörtner pdf-icon Impacts on the world oceans (3521 kB)

 

PART 2: Saturday, 7 June (10.00 – 13.00 hrs)

Webcast

 Theme 2
Lennart Olsson pdf-icon Links between socioeconomic pathways and climate change risks – views from the poor (2624 kB)
Purnamita Dasgupta pdf-icon Rural areas and human settlements (937 kB)
Balgis Osman-Elasha pdf-icon Adaptation options, needs, opportunities and associated costs (2414 kB)  
Asunción Lera St. Clare pdf-icon Climate-resilient pathways: relationship between adaptation, mitigation, and sustainable development (981 kB)

 

PART 3: Sunday, 8 June (10.00- 13.00 hrs)

Webcast

 Scene-setting
Ottmar Edenhofer pdf-icon Overarching presentation on findings and new approaches of AR5 WGIII relevant for the review (6658 kB)
 Theme 1
Volker Krey and Detlef van Vuuren pdf-icon Transformation pathways and limiting warming to specific levels, notably
a global mean warming of 2°C or 1.5°C relative to pre-industrial levels
(3533 kB)
Joyashree Roy  pdf-icon Sectoral and cross-sectoral mitigation (5291 kB)
Axel Michaelowa

pdf-icon Performance of climate policies and climate finance on the international, regional and national level (1442 kB)

 

PART 4: Sunday, 8 June (15.00- 18.00 hrs)

Webcast

 Theme 2
Gabriel Blanco pdf-icon Trends in stocks and flows of greenhouse gases and their drivers (2088 kB)
Sivan Kartha pdf-icon Climate mitigation policy and value judgment and ethical and equity concepts in the context of sustainable development (2556 kB)
Luis Gómez-Echeverri pdf-icon Cross-cutting investment and finance issues with a view to assessing the progress made towards achieving the long-term global goal (1269 kB)

 



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)

 



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