Bangkok workshops 2011

Pre-sessional workshops open to all Parties and accredited observer organizations took place from 3 to 5 April 2011 at the United Nations Conference Centre (UNCC) of the United Nations Economic and Social Commission for Asia and the Pacific (UNESCAP), Rajdamnern Nok Avenue, Bangkok 10200, Thailand. 

A second round of the workshops on mitigation targets by developed country Parties and on nationally appropriate mitigation actions by developing country Parties will take place from 9 to 10 June 2011 at the Maritim Hotel, Bonn, Germany. More information on these workshops is available here.

Workshop on assumptions and conditions related to the attainment of quantified economy-wide emission reduction targets by developed country Parties, as requested by decision 1/CP.16, paragraph 38,  3 April 2011

Information note
Compilation of economy-wide emission reduction targets to be implemented by Parties included in Annex I to the Convention
FCCC/SB/2011/INF.1
Agenda 
Report by the Co-Chairs of the workshop.
FCCC/AWGLCA/2011/7

 Presentations

 Party

 Speaker

Title

 European Union

Mr. Artur RUNGE-METZGER

Workshop on developed country targets-EU contribution

 G77 and China

Mr. André ODENBREIT CARVALHO

Mitigation Annex 1 Conditions

 Norway

Mr. Audun Rosland

Presentation of Norway's targets for emission reductions by 2020
Notes to the presentation

 United States of America

Mr. Jonathan PERSHING

U.S. Mitigation Presentation

 France

M. Paul WATKINSON

Presentation by France

 Switzerland

M. José ROMERO

Swiss contribution

 Alliance of Small Island States

Ms. Mary Jane MACE

AOSIS Presentation - Workshop to clarify the assumptions and conditions related to attainment of Annex I Party targets

 New Zealand

Ms. Jo Tyndall

Developed Country Mitigation Workshop: New Zealand's 2020 Emissions Reduction Target

 Germany

Ms. Nicole Wilke

Germany's Climate Policies Towards a Low Carbon Society

 Russian Federation

Mr. Pluzhnikov

Assumptions and conditions for Russian GHG emissions projections

 India

Dr. T. Jayaraman

Presentation by India

 Sweden

H.E. Mr. Staffan TILLANDER

Presentation by Sweden

 Poland

Mr. Tomasz CHRUSZCZOW

GHG Emission mitigation in Poland

 Australia

H.E. Ms. Louise HAND

Developed country mitigation:improving understanding and Australia's contribution

 Bolivia

S.E. Sr. Pablo SOLÀ ROMERO OROZA

Current Pledges, Offsets and their consistency with 2'

United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland

Ms. Amanda ALSOP

Presentation by United Kingdom

 Iceland

Mr. Stefà EINARSSON

Presentation by Iceland

 Climate Action Network

Ms. Tove Maria RYDING

Observations on current developed country mitigation pledges

Workshop on nationally appropriate mitigation actions submitted by developing country Parties, underlying assumptions, and any support needed for implementation of these actions, as requested by decision 1/CP.16, paragraph 51, 4 April 2011.

Information note
Compilation of information on nationally appropriate mitigation actions to be implemented by Parties not included in Annex I to the Convention
FCCC/AWGLCA/2011/INF.1
Agenda
Report by the co-chairs of the workshop.
FCCC/AWGLCA/2011/8
 

Presentations

Party Observer organizations

Speaker

Title

Mexico

Mr. Juan Mata

Presentation

China

Mr. Fei Teng

Presentation

Ghana

Mr. Kyekyeku Yaw Oppong-Boadi

Presentation

India

Mr. Girish Sant

Presentation

Republic of Korea

Mr. Lila C. Youn

Presentation

Peru

Mr. Eduardo Durand

Presentation

Alliance of Small Island States

Ms. MJ Mace

Presentation

Singapore

Mr. Chan Khar Liang

Presentation

South Africa

Mr. Harald Winkler

Presentation

Australia

Ambassador Louise Hand PSM

Presentation

Marshall Islands

H.E. Mr. Phillip Muller

Presentation

Bangladesh

Dr. Qazi Kholiquzzaman Ahmad

Presentation

Brazil

Mr. Andre Aranha Correa do Lago

Presentation

Global Environment Facility

Mr. Ian Munro Gray

Presentation

Climate Action Network

Ms. Tasneem Essop

Presentation

Expert workshop on the Technology Mechanism, as requested by decision 1/CP.16, paragraph 129, 4 to 5 April 2011.

Information note
Agenda

Oral Report by the Facilitator to the AWG-LCA Plenary

New! Report by the Chair of the workshop.
FCCC/AWGLCA/2011/INF.2

Presentations

Party Observer organizations

 Speaker

 Title

 

Mr. Bruce Wilson, Chair of EGTT for 2010

Lessons learned from the preliminary work of the EGTT on the technology mechanism

United States of America

Mr. Jonathan Pershing

Considerations on the CTCN

India

Mr. Ajay Mathur

Designing the CTCN - Maximizing Effectiveness and Sustainability

European Union

Mr. Tomasz Chruszczow

CTCN - Governance structure and terms of reference

Bolivia

Ambassador Pablo Solon

Climate Technology Centre - Governance structure and terms of reference

Australia

H.E. Ms. Louise Hand

CTCN - Governance structure and terms of reference

Alliance of Small Island States

Dr. Al Binger

Technology Mechanism 

Bangladesh

Dr. Ainun Nishat 

Governance Structure and Terms of Reference for CTCN

 Japan

Mr. Jun Arima 

CTCN - Governance Structure and Elements of TOR

 CGIAR

Mr. Emile Frison 

Transformation of the CGIAR

 UNEP

Mr. Mark Radka 

Some perspectives about the CTC - CTN

 European Union

Mr. Tomasz Chruszczow 

CTCN - Selection process and criteria for evaluation

 European Union

Mr. Tomasz Chruszczow 

Linkages within the Technology Mechanism and with other institutional arrangements

 China

Mr. Can Wang

Governance and financing of the Technology Mechanism 

 Ecuador

Dr. Carola Borja

Additional Functions for the Technology Executive Committee

 South Africa

Mr. Azwimpheleli Mac Makwarela 

Linkages within the Technology Mechanism and with other
institutional arrangements-South Africa