Katowice Committee of Experts on the Impacts of the Implementation of Response Measures, is a constituted body that got established in Katowice December 2018.
The body is established with the objective to support the work programme of the forum on the impact of the implementation of response measures (see decision 7/CMA.1, annex, paragraph 4 for more detail on its terms of reference). In so doing, it may use the modalities as appropriate and as decided on a case-by-case basis: building awareness and enhancing information-sharing through the exchange and sharing of experience and best practices; preparing technical papers, case studies, concrete examples and guidelines; receiving input from experts, practitioners and relevant organizations; organizing workshops. The UNFCCC secretariat supports and facilitates the work of the body.
The KCI comprised of 14 members, with two members from each of the five United Nations regional groups, one member from the least developed countries, one member from the small island developing States and two members from relevant intergovernmental organizations. See "membership" below for more information.
In Katowice December 2018, Parties also acknowledged that there is one single forum that covers the work of the Conference of the Parties, the Conference of the Parties serving as the meeting of the Parties to the Kyoto Protocol and the Conference of the Parties serving as the meeting of the Parties to the Paris Agreement on all matters relating to the impact of the implementation of response measures and shall report to each of the governing bodies on issues related to its responsibilities (decision 7/COP.24, decision 3/CMP.14, decision 7/CMA.1).
KCI1 report available here