This section provides updates on progress at the Conference, including updates from the informal stock-taking plenaries convened by the COP/CMP/CMA President, any consultations led by the President following the closure of the SBI, SBSTA and APA and other significant developments in the second part of the conference.
Update on negotiations at a glance
Closing plenaries finished on Saturday, 19 November. The decisions adopted by COP22, CMP12 and CMA1 are be available here.
SEQUENCING OF THE CLOSING PLENARIES OF COP 22, CMP 12 AND CMA 1
To start at 21:00
CMA plenary to convene on all open items on its agenda -TO START AT 21:00
COP plenary to take up agenda item 4
Joint COP/CMP/CMA plenary to hear statements by groups and Parties
CMA, CMP and COP closing plenaries to be resumed in sequence to consider respective body reports and expressions of gratitude
2nd part of the closing plenaries of COP and CMP were held from 17:30 to 18:45.
Upon conclusion of the CMA1 / COP22 outcomes consultations, CMA plenary to convene on all open items on its agenda
CMA1/COP22 outcomes - revised draft texts by the President can be found here.
The COP and CMP held the first part of their closing plenaries and adopted a number of decisions and conclusions.
The COP, CMP and CMA will reconvene on Friday, 18 November, to adopt the remaining decisions and conclusions.
Marrakech Action Proclamation for Our Climate and Sustainable Development can be found here.
The Conference of the Parties serving as the meeting of the Parties to the Paris Agreement (CMA1) held its first substantive meeting today, in the course of which it adopted its agenda contained in FCCC/PA/CMA/2016/1.
Under the leadership of the President, open-ended consultations will continue on the outcome of CMA1.
For documentation concerning CMA1 see here.
10:40 The SBSTA and SBI have concluded their work.
14 November, 23:30
The APA concluded its work on Monday, 14 November.
The SBSTA and SBI have concluded on all items, except SBI item 11 and SBSTA item 5, “Report of the Executive Committee of the Warsaw International Mechanism for Loss and Damage associated with Climate Change Impacts”. The SBI will reconvene on Tuesday, 15 November, 10:00, in plenary Casablanca to consider agenda items 11 and 20. The SBSTA will reconvene upon closure of the SBI to take up agenda items 5 and 16.
The work under the COP and CMP are on-going with closing plenaries scheduled for Friday, 18 November.
Detailed information on the status of work under all bodies is available here.
Information on CMA1
The ceremonial opening of the first session of the Conference of the Parties serving as the meeting of the Parties to the Paris Agreement (CMA1) will take place on Tuesday, 15 November. The President will immediately convert the meeting into a joint meeting of the COP, CMP and CMA for the inauguration of the joint High-Level Segment.
Elements of outcomes for CMA1 and COP22
Proposal by the President - Further revised elements of outcomes for CMA1 and COP22 is now available here.
President’s informal stock-taking plenary on Saturday 12 November
The President held an informal stock-taking plenary on Saturday 12 November, from 11:30 to 13:00 in Plenary Marrakech, to provide an update on progress made during the first week of the conference.
At the meeting, the President informed Parties of the progress of work in the first week and of the plans for the next week including the opening of the first session of the CMA and the convening of the high-level segment in the presence of Heads of State and Government.
The Chairs of the SBSTA and the SBI and the Co-Chairs of the APA provided updates on progress in their respective bodies.
The high-level climate champions also provided an update on the global climate action events that had been held during the past week.
Interventions were heard from Groups and Parties regarding continuation of work in the second week and issues of importance to them. The President took note of the views expressed.
Before closing, the President announced that the Moroccan Presidency has shared with Parties a proposal referred to as the “Marrakech Call”, intended to galvanize political momentum for climate action.
Arrangements for the 2nd week of the Conference
The President consulted with the Bureau for their views on the requests by some Parties to extend work under the subsidiary bodies and the APA beyond the closure of these bodies. The President concluded that there was no consensus on this matter and that the subsidiary bodies and the APA will conclude their work on Monday, 14 November, as scheduled. Parties wishing to continue exchanging views have the possibility to coordinate amongst themselves. Meeting rooms for that purpose can be arranged through the secretariat’s Meeting Room Assignment system.