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For tier 3 models, additional information for improving transparency;12 12 Parties should, as applicable, report information on: basis and type of model, application and adaptation of the model, main equations/processes, key assumptions, domain of application, how the model parameters were estimated, description of key inputs and outputs, details of calibration and FCCC/SBSTA/2011/L.23 GE.11-71301 17 (b) An indication of the level of complexity (IPCC tier) applied and a description of any national methodology used by the Annex I Party, as well as information on anticipated future improvements; (c) For key categories, an explanation if the recommended methods from the appropriate decision tree in the 2006 IPCC Guidelines are not used; (d) A description of the national key categories, as indicated in paragraph 39 above, including: (i) A summary table with the key categories identified for the latest reporting year (by level and trend); (ii) Information on the level of category disaggregation used and the rationale for its use; (iii) Additional information relating to the methodology used for identifying key categories; (e) Information on how and where feedstocks and non-energy use of fuels have been reported in the inventory; (f) Assessment of completeness, including information and explanations in relation to categories not estimated or included elsewhere, and information related to the geographical scope; (g) Information on uncertainties, as requested in paragraph 43 above; (h) Information on any recalculations relating to previously submitted inventory data, as requested in paragraphs 43 to 45 above, including changes in methodologies, sources of information and assumptions, in particular in relation to recalculations made in response to the review process; (i) Information on changes in response to the review process; (j) Information on the national inventory arrangements and changes to the national inventory arrangements, including a description of the institutional arrangements for inventory preparation, as well as information on verification as requested in paragraphs 40 and 41 above and on QA/QC as requested in paragraph 46 above. 51.
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LETTER DATED 7 FEBRUARY 2020 FROM THE OMBUDSPERSON ADDRESSED TO THE PRESIDENT OF THE SECURITY COUNCIL
S/2020/106 8/10 20-01852 Annex Status of recent cases1 Case 89, one individual (status: information gathering period) Date Description 23 September 2019 Transmission of case 89 to the Committee 23 March 2020 Deadline for completion of the information-gathering period Case 88, one individual (status: Committee phase) Date Description 28 May 2019 Transmission of case 88 to the Committee 28 September 2019 Information-gathering period completed 28 January 2020 Comprehensive report submitted to the Committee Case 87, one individual (status: Committee phase) Date Description 20 May 2019 Transmission of case 87 to the Committee 20 September 2019 Information-gathering period completed 13 December 2019 Comprehensive report submitted to the Committee 24 January 2020 Presentation of the comprehensive report by the Ombudsperson to the Committee Case 86, one individual (status: Committee phase) Date Description 7 May 2019 Transmission of case 86 to the Committee 7 September 2019 Information-gathering period completed 7 November 2019 Comprehensive report submitted to the Committee 20 December 2020 Presentation of the comprehensive report by the Ombudsperson to the Committee __________________ 1 The status of all cases since the establishment of the Office of the Ombudsperson can be accessed at the website of the Office, https://www.un.org/securitycouncil/sc/ombudsperson/ status-of-cases. S/2020/106 20-01852 9/10 Case 85, one individual (status: Committee phase) Date Description 19 March 2019 Transmission of case 85 to the Committee 19 September 2019 Information-gathering period completed 15 November 2019 Comprehensive report submitted to the Committee 20 December 2019 Presentation of the comprehensive report by the Ombudsperson to the Committee Case 84, Mazen Salah Mohammed (status: delisted) Ombudsperson case became moot following Committee decision Date Description 4 February 2019 Transmission of case 84 to the Committee 22 March 2019 Information-gathering period suspended following the submission of a delisting request by the designating State 21 May 2019 Committee decision to delist Case 83, Mourad Ben Ali Ben al-Basheer al-Trabelsi (status: delisted) Date Description 29 January 2019 Transmission of case 83 to the Committee 29 May 2019 Information-gathering period completed 26 July 2019 Comprehensive report submitted to the Committee 5 September 2019 Presentation of the comprehensive report by the Ombudsperson to the Committee 5 November 2019 Committee decision to delist 14 November 2019 Formal notification to the petitioner with summary of analysis in the comprehensive report Case 82, one individual (status: denied) Date Description 29 November 2018 Transmission of case 82 to the Committee 29 May 2019 Information-gathering period completed 27 September 2019 Comprehensive report submitted to the Committee 7 November 2019 Presentation of the comprehensive report by the Ombudsperson to the Committee 7 November 2019 Committee decision to retain listing 18 November 2019 Formal notification to the petitioner with summary of analysis in the comprehensive report S/2020/106 10/10 20-01852 Case 81, one individual (status: denied) Date Description 19 June 2018 Transmission of case 81 to the Committee 7 December 2018 Information-gathering period completed 5 April 2019 Comprehensive report submitted to the Committee 16 May 2019 Presentation of the comprehensive report by the Ombudsperson to the Committee 16 May 2019 Committee decision to retain listing 30 May 2019 Formal notification to the petitioner with summary of analysis in the comprehensive report Case 80, Nassim ben Mohamed al-Cherif ben Mohamed Saleh al-Saadi (status: delisted) Date Description 11 December 2017 Transmission of case 80 to the Committee 1 December 2018 Information-gathering period completed 1 February 2019 Comprehensive report submitted to the Committee 14 March 2019 Presentation of the comprehensive report by the Ombudsperson to the Committee 14 May 2019 Committee decision to delist 24 May 2019 Formal notification to the petitioner with summary of analysis in the comprehensive report Case 79, one individual (status: denied) Date Description 27 March 2017 Transmission of case 79 to the Committee 27 August 2018 Information-gathering period completed 21 December 2018 Comprehensive report submitted to the Committee 20 February 2019 Presentation of the comprehensive report by the Ombudsperson to the Committee 20 February 2019 Committee decision to retain listing 7 March 2019 Formal notification to the petitioner with summary of analysis in the comprehensive report
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LETTER DATED 8 FEBRUARY 2021 FROM THE OMBUDSPERSON ADDRESSED TO THE PRESIDENT OF THE SECURITY COUNCIL
S/2021/122 21-01712 9/11 Anexo Status of recent cases1 Case 93, one individual (Status: information-gathering phase) Date Description 28 September 2020 Transmission of case 93 to the Committee 11 February 2021 Deadline for completion of the extended information- gathering period Case 92, one individual (Status: dialogue phase) Date Description 14 August 2020 Transmission of case 92 to the Committee 14 December 2020 14 February 2021 Information-gathering period completed Deadline for completion of the two-month dialogue period Case 91, one individual (Status: Committee phase) Date Description 5 May 2020 Transmission of case 91 to the Committee 4 September 2020 29 October 2020 17 December 2020 Information-gathering period completed Comprehensive report submitted to the Committee Presentation of the comprehensive report by the Ombudsperson to the Committee (in writing) Case 90, one individual (Status: Committee phase) Date Description 10 March 2020 Transmission of case 90 to the Committee 10 July 2020 Information-gathering period completed 10 November 2020 17 December 2020 Comprehensive report submitted to the Committee Presentation of the comprehensive report by the Ombudsperson to the Committee (in writing) __________________ 1 The status of all cases since the establishment of the Office of the Ombudsperson can be accessed through the website of the Office: https://www.un.org/securitycouncil/sc/ombudsperson/status-of-cases. S/2021/122 10/11 21-01712 Case 89, one individual (Status: denied) Date Description 23 September 2019 Transmission of case 89 to the Committee 23 March 2020 Information-gathering period completed 23 July 2020 15 September 2020 17 September 2020 25 September 2020 Comprehensive report submitted to the Committee Presentation of the comprehensive report by the Ombudsperson to the Committee (in writing) Committee decision to retain listing Formal notification to the petitioner with summary of analysis in the comprehensive report Case 88, one individual (Status: denied) Date Description 28 May 2019 Transmission of case 88 to the Committee 28 September 2019 Information-gathering period completed 28 January 2020 Comprehensive report submitted to the Committee 1 April 2020 Presentation of the comprehensive report by the Ombudsperson to the Committee (in writing) 13 April 2020 Committee decision to retain listing 23 April 2020 Formal notification to the petitioner with summary of analysis in the comprehensive report Case 87, Ibrahim Mohamed Khalil (Status: delisted) Date Description 20 May 2019 Transmission of case 87 to the Committee 20 September 2019 Information-gathering period completed 13 December 2019 Comprehensive report submitted to the Committee 24 January 2020 Presentation of the comprehensive report by the Ombudsperson to the Committee 24 March 2020 Committee decision to delist 2 April 2020 Formal notification to the petitioner with summary of analysis in the comprehensive report S/2021/122 21-01712 11/11 Case 86, Al-Mokhtar Ben Mohamed Ben al-Mokhtar Bouchoucha (Status: delisted) Date Description 7 May 2019 Transmission of case 86 to the Committee 7 September 2019 Information-gathering period completed 7 November 2019 Comprehensive report submitted to the Committee 20 December 2020 Presentation of the comprehensive report by the Ombudsperson to the Committee 18 February 2020 Committee decision to delist 3 March 2020 Formal notification to the petitioner with summary of analysis in the comprehensive report Case 85, Imad Ben Bechir Ben Hamda al-Jammali (Status: delisted) Date Description 19 March 2019 Transmission of case 85 to the Committee 19 September 2019 Information-gathering period completed 15 November 2019 Comprehensive report submitted to the Committee 20 December 2019 Presentation of the comprehensive report by the Ombudsperson to the Committee 18 February 2020 Committee decision to delist 3 March 2020 Formal notification to the petitioner with summary of analysis in the comprehensive report Case 84, Mazen Salah Mohammed (Status: delisted) Ombudsperson case became moot following Committee decision Date Description 4 February 2019 Transmission of case 84 to the Committee 22 March 2019 Information-gathering period suspended following the submission of a delisting request by the designating State 21 May 2019 Committee decision to delist
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GUIDANCE FOR OPERATIONALIZING THE MODALITIES, PROCEDURES AND GUIDELINES FOR THE ENHANCED TRANSPARENCY FRAMEWORK REFERRED TO IN ARTICLE 13 OF THE PARIS AGREEMENT
Structured summary: Description of selected indicators Indicator(s) selected to track progressa Description {Indicator} Information for the reference point(s), level(s), baseline(s), base year(s) or starting point(s), as appropriateb Updates in accordance with any recalculation of the GHG inventory, as appropriateb Relation to NDCc Notes: (1) Pursuant to para. 79 of the MPGs, each Party shall report the information referred to in paras. 65–78 of the MPGs in a narrative and common tabular format, as applicable. (2) A Party may amend the reporting format (e.g. (...) Structured summary: Methodologies and accounting approaches – consistency with Article 4, paragraphs 13 and 14, of the Paris Agreement and with decision 4/CMA.1 Reporting requirement Description or reference to the relevant section of the BTR For the first NDC under Article 4:a Accounting approach, including how it is consistent with Article 4, paragraphs 13–14, of the Paris Agreement (para. 71 of the MPGs) For the second and subsequent NDC under Article 4, and optionally for the first NDC under Article 4:b Information on the accounting approach used is consistent with paragraphs 13–17 and annex II of decision 4/CMA.1 (para. 72 of the MPGs) Explain how the accounting for anthropogenic emissions and removals is in accordance with methodologies and common metrics assessed by the IPCC and in accordance with decision 18/CMA.1 (para. 1(a) of annex II to decision 4/CMA.1) Explain how consistency has been maintained between any GHG data and estimation methodologies used for accounting and the Party’s GHG inventory, pursuant to Article 13, paragraph 7(a), of the Paris Agreement, if applicable (para. 2(b) of annex II to decision 4/CMA.1) Explain how overestimation or underestimation has been avoided for any projected emissions and removals used for accounting (para. 2(c) of annex II to decision 4/CMA.1) For each NDC under Article 4:c Accounting for anthropogenic emissions and removals in accordance with methodologies and common metrics assessed by the IPCC and adopted by the Conference of the Parties serving as the meeting of the Parties to the Paris Agreement: Each methodology and/or accounting approach used to assess the implementation and achievement of the target(s), as applicable (para. 74(a) of the MPGs) Each methodology and/or accounting approach used for the construction of any baseline, to the extent possible (para. 74(b) of the MPGs) If the methodology or accounting approach used for the indicator(s) in table 1 differ from those used to assess the implementation and achievement the target, describe each methodology or accounting approach used to generate the information generated for each indicator in the tables 4 and 5 (para. 74(c) of the MPGs) Any conditions and assumptions relevant to the achievement of the NDC under Article 4, as applicable and available (para. 75(i) of the MPGs) Key parameters, assumptions, definitions, data sources and models used, as applicable and available (para. 75(a) of the MPGs) IPCC Guidelines used, as applicable and available (para. 75(b) of the MPGs) FCCC/PA/CMA/2021/L.21 12 GE.21-16702 Reporting requirement Description or reference to the relevant section of the BTR Report the metrics used, as applicable and available (para. 75(c) of the MPGs) For Parties whose NDC cannot be accounted for using methodologies covered by IPCC guidelines, provide information on their own methodology used, including for NDCs, pursuant to Article 4, paragraph 6, of the Paris Agreement, if applicable (para. 1(b) of annex II to decision 4/CMA.1) Provide information on methodologies used to track progress arising from the implementation of policies and measures, as appropriate (para. 1(d) of annex II to decision 4/CMA.1) Where applicable to its NDC, any sector-, category- or activity-specific assumptions, methodologies and approaches consistent with IPCC guidance, taking into account any relevant decision under the Convention, as applicable (para. 75(d) of the MPGs) For Parties that address emissions and subsequent removals from natural disturbances on managed lands, provide detailed information on the approach used and how it is consistent with relevant IPCC guidance, as appropriate, or indicate the relevant section of the national GHG inventory report containing that information (para. 1(e) of annex II to decision 4/CMA.1, para. 75(d)(i) of the MPGs) For Parties that account for emissions and removals from harvested wood products, provide detailed information on which IPCC approach has been used to estimate emissions and removals (para. 1(f) of annex II to decision 4/CMA.1, para. 75(d)(ii) of the MPGs) For Parties that address the effects of age-class structure in forests, provide detailed information on the approach used and how this is consistent with relevant IPCC guidance, as appropriate (para. 1(g) of annex II to decision 4/CMA.1, para. 75(d)(iii) of the MPGs) How the Party has drawn on existing methods and guidance established under the Convention and its related legal instruments, as appropriate, if applicable (para. 1(c) of annex II to decision 4/CMA.1) Any methodologies used to account for mitigation co- benefits of adaptation actions and/or economic diversification plans (para. 75(e) of the MPGs) Describe how double counting of net GHG emission reductions has been avoided, including in accordance with guidance developed related to Article 6 if relevant (para. 76(d) of the MPGs) Any other methodologies related to the NDC under Article 4 (para. 75(h) of the MPGs) Ensuring methodological consistency, including on baselines, between the communication and implementation of NDCs (para. 12(b) of the decision 4/CMA.1): Explain how consistency has been maintained in scope and coverage, definitions, data sources, metrics, FCCC/PA/CMA/2021/L.21 GE.21-16702 13 Reporting requirement Description or reference to the relevant section of the BTR assumptions and methodological approaches including on baselines, between the communication and implementation of NDCs (para. 2(a) of annex II to decision 4/CMA.1) Explain how consistency has been maintained between any GHG data and estimation methodologies used for accounting and the Party’s GHG inventory, pursuant to Article 13, paragraph 7(a), of the Paris Agreement, if applicable (para. 2(b) of annex II to decision 4/CMA.1) and explain methodological inconsistencies with the Party’s most recent national inventory report, if applicable (para. 76(c) of the MPGs) For Parties that apply technical changes to update reference points, reference levels or projections, the changes should reflect either of the following (para. 2(d) of annex II to decision 4/CMA.1): Technical changes related to technical corrections to the Party’s inventory (para. 2(d)(i) of annex II to decision 4/CMA.1) Technical changes related to improvements in accuracy that maintain methodological consistency (para. 2(d)(ii) of annex II to decision 4/CMA.1) Explain how any methodological changes and technical updates made during the implementation of their NDC were transparently reported (para. 2(e) of annex II to decision 4/CMA.1) Striving to include all categories of anthropogenic emissions or removals in the NDC and, once a source, sink or activity is included, continuing to include it (para. 3 of annex II to decision 4/CMA.1): Explain how all categories of anthropogenic emissions and removals corresponding to their NDC were accounted for (para. 3(a) of annex II to decision 4/CMA.1) Explain how Party is striving to include all categories of anthropogenic emissions and removals in its NDC, and, once a source, sink or activity is included, continue to include it (para. 3(b) of annex II to decision 4/CMA.1) Provide an explanation of why any categories of anthropogenic emissions or removals are excluded (para. 4 of annex II to decision 4/CMA.1) Each Party that participates in cooperative approaches that involve the use of ITMOs towards an NDC under Article 4, or authorizes the use of mitigation outcomes for international mitigation purposes other than achievement of its NDC Provide information on any methodologies associated with any cooperative approaches that involve the use of ITMOs towards an NDC under Article 4 (para. 75(f) of the MPGs) Provide information on how each cooperative approach promotes sustainable development, consistent with decisions adopted by the CMA on Article 6 (para. 77(d)(iv) of the MPGs) FCCC/PA/CMA/2021/L.21 14 GE.21-16702 Reporting requirement Description or reference to the relevant section of the BTR Provide information on how each cooperative approach ensures environmental integrity consistent with decisions adopted by the CMA on Article 6 (para. 77(d)(iv) of the MPGs) Provide information on how each cooperative approach ensures transparency, including in governance, consistent with decisions adopted by the CMA on Article 6 (para. 77(d)(iv) of the MPGs) Provide information on how each cooperative approach applies robust accounting to ensure, inter alia, the avoidance of double counting, consistent with decisions adopted by the CMA on Article 6 (para. 77(d)(iv) of the MPGs) Any other information consistent with decisions adopted by the CMA on reporting under Article 6 (para. 77(d)(iii) of the MPGs) Notes: (1) Pursuant to para. 79 of the MPGs, each Party shall report the information referred to in paras. 65–78 of the MPGs in a narrative and common tabular format, as applicable. (2) A Party may amend the reporting format (e.g.
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REPORT OF THE CONFERENCE OF THE PARTIES SERVING AS THE MEETING OF THE PARTIES TO THE PARIS AGREEMENT ON ITS THIRD SESSION, HELD IN GLASGOW FROM 31 OCTOBER TO 13 NOVEMBER 2021. ADDENDUM. PART TWO
Structured summary: Description of selected indicators Indicator(s) selected to track progressa Description {Indicator} Information for the reference point(s), level(s), baseline(s), base year(s) or starting point(s), as appropriateb Updates in accordance with any recalculation of the GHG inventory, as appropriateb Relation to NDCc Notes: (1) Pursuant to para. 79 of the MPGs, each Party shall report the information referred to in paras. 65–78 of the MPGs in a narrative and common tabular format, as applicable. (2) A Party may amend the reporting format (e.g. (...) Structured summary: Methodologies and accounting approaches – consistency with Article 4, paragraphs 13 and 14, of the Paris Agreement and with decision 4/CMA.1 Reporting requirement Description or reference to the relevant section of the BTR For the first NDC under Article 4:a Accounting approach, including how it is consistent with Article 4, paragraphs 13–14, of the Paris Agreement (para. 71 of the MPGs) For the second and subsequent NDC under Article 4, and optionally for the first NDC under Article 4:b Information on the accounting approach used is consistent with paragraphs 13–17 and annex II of decision 4/CMA.1 (para. 72 of the MPGs) Explain how the accounting for anthropogenic emissions and removals is in accordance with methodologies and common metrics assessed by the IPCC and in accordance with decision 18/CMA.1 (para. 1(a) of annex II to decision 4/CMA.1) Explain how consistency has been maintained between any GHG data and estimation methodologies used for accounting and the Party’s GHG inventory, pursuant to Article 13, paragraph 7(a), of the Paris Agreement, if applicable (para. 2(b) of annex II to decision 4/CMA.1) Explain how overestimation or underestimation has been avoided for any projected emissions and removals used for accounting (para. 2(c) of annex II to decision 4/CMA.1) For each NDC under Article 4:b Accounting for anthropogenic emissions and removals in accordance with methodologies and common metrics assessed by the IPCC and adopted by the Conference of the Parties serving as the meeting of the Parties to the Paris Agreement: Each methodology and/or accounting approach used to assess the implementation and achievement of the target(s), as applicable (para. 74(a) of the MPGs) Each methodology and/or accounting approach used for the construction of any baseline, to the extent possible (para. 74(b) of the MPGs) If the methodology or accounting approach used for the indicator(s) in table 1 differ from those used to assess the implementation and achievement the target, describe each methodology or accounting approach used to generate the information generated for each indicator in table 4 (para. 74(c) of the MPGs) Any conditions and assumptions relevant to the achievement of the NDC under Article 4, as applicable and available (para. 75(i) of the MPGs) Key parameters, assumptions, definitions, data sources and models used, as applicable and available (para. 75(a) of the MPGs) IPCC Guidelines used, as applicable and available (para. 75(b) of the MPGs) Report the metrics used, as applicable and available (para. 75(c) of the MPGs) FCCC/PA/CMA/2021/10/Add.2 12 GE.22-03278 Reporting requirement Description or reference to the relevant section of the BTR For Parties whose NDC cannot be accounted for using methodologies covered by IPCC guidelines, provide information on their own methodology used, including for NDCs, pursuant to Article 4, paragraph 6, of the Paris Agreement, if applicable (para. 1(b) of annex II to decision 4/CMA.1) Provide information on methodologies used to track progress arising from the implementation of policies and measures, as appropriate (para. 1(d) of annex II to decision 4/CMA.1) Where applicable to its NDC, any sector-, category- or activity-specific assumptions, methodologies and approaches consistent with IPCC guidance, taking into account any relevant decision under the Convention, as applicable (para. 75(d) of the MPGs) For Parties that address emissions and subsequent removals from natural disturbances on managed lands, provide detailed information on the approach used and how it is consistent with relevant IPCC guidance, as appropriate, or indicate the relevant section of the national GHG inventory report containing that information (para. 1(e) of annex II to decision 4/CMA.1, para. 75(d)(i) of the MPGs) For Parties that account for emissions and removals from harvested wood products, provide detailed information on which IPCC approach has been used to estimate emissions and removals (para. 1(f) of annex II to decision 4/CMA.1, para. 75(d)(ii) of the MPGs) For Parties that address the effects of age-class structure in forests, provide detailed information on the approach used and how this is consistent with relevant IPCC guidance, as appropriate (para. 1(g) of annex II to decision 4/CMA.1, para. 75(d)(iii) of the MPGs) How the Party has drawn on existing methods and guidance established under the Convention and its related legal instruments, as appropriate, if applicable (para. 1(c) of annex II to decision 4/CMA.1) Any methodologies used to account for mitigation co- benefits of adaptation actions and/or economic diversification plans (para. 75(e) of the MPGs) Describe how double counting of net GHG emission reductions has been avoided, including in accordance with guidance developed related to Article 6 if relevant (para. 76(d) of the MPGs) Any other methodologies related to the NDC under Article 4 (para. 75(h) of the MPGs) Ensuring methodological consistency, including on baselines, between the communication and implementation of NDCs (para. 12(b) of the decision 4/CMA.1): Explain how consistency has been maintained in scope and coverage, definitions, data sources, metrics, assumptions and methodological approaches including on baselines, between the communication FCCC/PA/CMA/2021/10/Add.2 GE.22-03278 13 Reporting requirement Description or reference to the relevant section of the BTR and implementation of NDCs (para. 2(a) of annex II to decision 4/CMA.1) Explain how consistency has been maintained between any GHG data and estimation methodologies used for accounting and the Party’s GHG inventory, pursuant to Article 13, paragraph 7(a), of the Paris Agreement, if applicable (para. 2(b) of annex II to decision 4/CMA.1) and explain methodological inconsistencies with the Party’s most recent national inventory report, if applicable (para. 76(c) of the MPGs) For Parties that apply technical changes to update reference points, reference levels or projections, the changes should reflect either of the following (para. 2(d) of annex II to decision 4/CMA.1): Technical changes related to technical corrections to the Party’s inventory (para. 2(d)(i) of annex II to decision 4/CMA.1) Technical changes related to improvements in accuracy that maintain methodological consistency (para. 2(d)(ii) of annex II to decision 4/CMA.1) Explain how any methodological changes and technical updates made during the implementation of their NDC were transparently reported (para. 2(e) of annex II to decision 4/CMA.1) Striving to include all categories of anthropogenic emissions or removals in the NDC and, once a source, sink or activity is included, continuing to include it (para. 3 of annex II to decision 4/CMA.1): Explain how all categories of anthropogenic emissions and removals corresponding to their NDC were accounted for (para. 3(a) of annex II to decision 4/CMA.1) Explain how Party is striving to include all categories of anthropogenic emissions and removals in its NDC, and, once a source, sink or activity is included, continue to include it (para. 3(b) of annex II to decision 4/CMA.1) Provide an explanation of why any categories of anthropogenic emissions or removals are excluded (para. 4 of annex II to decision 4/CMA.1) Each Party that participates in cooperative approaches that involve the use of ITMOs towards an NDC under Article 4, or authorizes the use of mitigation outcomes for international mitigation purposes other than achievement of its NDC Provide information on any methodologies associated with any cooperative approaches that involve the use of ITMOs towards an NDC under Article 4 (para. 75(f) of the MPGs) Provide information on how each cooperative approach promotes sustainable development, consistent with decisions adopted by the CMA on Article 6 (para. 77(d)(iv) of the MPGs) FCCC/PA/CMA/2021/10/Add.2 14 GE.22-03278 Reporting requirement Description or reference to the relevant section of the BTR Provide information on how each cooperative approach ensures environmental integrity consistent with decisions adopted by the CMA on Article 6 (para. 77(d)(iv) of the MPGs) Provide information on how each cooperative approach ensures transparency, including in governance, consistent with decisions adopted by the CMA on Article 6 (para. 77(d)(iv) of the MPGs) Provide information on how each cooperative approach applies robust accounting to ensure, inter alia, the avoidance of double counting, consistent with decisions adopted by the CMA on Article 6 (para. 77(d)(iv) of the MPGs) Any other information consistent with decisions adopted by the CMA on reporting under Article 6 (para. 77(d)(iii) of the MPGs) Notes: (1) Pursuant to para. 79 of the MPGs, each Party shall report the information referred to in paras. 65–78 of the MPGs in a narrative and common tabular format, as applicable. (2) A Party may amend the reporting format (e.g.
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IDENTICAL LETTERS DATED 15 NOVEMBER 2022 FROM THE PERMANENT REPRESENTATIVE OF ISRAEL TO THE UNITED NATIONS ADDRESSED TO THE SECRETARY-GENERAL AND THE PRESIDENT OF THE SECURITY COUNCIL
S/2022/857 2/57 22-25836 Anexo a las cartas idénticas de fecha 15 de noviembre de 2022 dirigidas al Secretario General y a la Presidencia del Consejo de Seguridad por el Representante Permanente de Israel ante las Naciones Unidas Lebanese violations as reported by the Israel Defense Forces July, August, September and October* July 2022 violations Serial No. Date Time Description 1 1 July 2022 0559 Eight Hezbollah militants were observed performing a military recce in the vicinity of B68 (2) 2 1 July 2022 1031 One individual was observed crossing the Blue Line in the vicinity of OP PROP 3 1 July 2022 1111 Four Hezbollah militants were observed performing a military recce in the vicinity of BP12 4 1 July 2022 1616 One individual was observed crossing the Blue Line in the vicinity of OP PROP 5 1 July 2022 1628 Two Hezbollah militants were observed performing a military recce in the vicinity of BP33 (1) 6 1 July 2022 1650 Three individuals were observed crossing the Blue Line in the vicinity of DOF697 7 1 July 2022 1826 Four Hezbollah militants were observed performing a military recce in the vicinity of AP289 8 1 July 2022 1830 Two Hezbollah militants were observed performing a military recce in the vicinity of BP17 (1) 9 1 July 2022 1840 Six Hezbollah militants were observed performing a military recce in the vicinity of B66 10 1 July 2022 1855 One armed individual was observed in the vicinity of BP23 11 1 July 2022 1913 Five individuals were observed throwing rocks in the vicinity of B31 12 1 July 2022 1948 Two Hezbollah militants were observed performing a military recce in the vicinity of B31 13 2 July 2022 0840 Two Hezbollah militants were observed performing a military recce in the vicinity of BP33 (1) 14 2 July 2022 0922 One armed individual was observed in the vicinity of UNP4-28 15 2 July 2022 1006 Six Hezbollah militants were observed performing a military recce in the vicinity of B68 16 2 July 2022 1300 Four Hezbollah militants were observed performing a military recce in the vicinity of M6 (1) * Violations are listed according to the time at which they were reported. (...) Date Time Description 275 30 July 2022 1457 Two Hezbollah militants were observed performing a military recce in the vicinity of BP18 276 31 July 2022 0643 Seven Hezbollah militants were observed performing a military recce in the vicinity of B67 (1) 277 31 July 2022 0830 Thirty-eight Hezbollah militants were observed performing a military recce in the vicinity of BP37/1 (1) 278 31 July 2022 1040 Three Hezbollah militants were observed performing a military recce in the vicinity of AP131 279 31 July 2022 1351 One Hezbollah militant was observed performing a military recce in the vicinity of BP12 (1) 280 31 July 2022 1604 One individual was observed crossing the Blue Line in the vicinity of UNP 4-34 281 31 July 2022 1701 One Hezbollah militant was observed performing a military recce in the vicinity of BP34 (1) S/2022/857 16/57 22-25836 August 2022 violations Serial No. (...) Date Time Description 135 16 August 2022 1630 Two armed individuals were observed in the vicinity of BP30 (1) 136 16 August 2022 1730 Four Hezbollah militants were observed performing a military recce in the vicinity of B21 137 16 August 2022 1903 Two individuals were observed throwing rocks in the vicinity of B31 138 16 August 2022 1932 Three individuals were observed crossing the Blue Line in the vicinity of BP19 (1) 139 16 August 2022 1936 Two individuals were observed throwing rocks in the vicinity of B63 140 17 August 2022 0755 Ten Hezbollah militants were observed performing a military recce in the vicinity of OP4 141 17 August 2022 0934 One Hezbollah militant was observed performing a military recce in the vicinity of BP33 (1) 142 17 August 2022 1059 One Hezbollah militant was observed performing a military recce in the vicinity of BP13 (1) 143 17 August 2022 1423 One individual was observed crossing the Blue Line in the vicinity of OP PROP 144 17 August 2022 1620 Two Hezbollah militants were observed performing a military recce in the vicinity of BP17 (1) 145 17 August 2022 1701 One armed individual was observed in the vicinity of B55 (1) 146 17 August 2022 1751 One individual was observed crossing the Blue Line in the vicinity of OP PROP 147 17 August 2022 1822 Four Hezbollah militants were observed performing a military recce in the vicinity of B68 (1) 148 18 August 2022 0852 Six Hezbollah militants were observed performing a m
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INFORMATION RECEIVED FROM THE UNITED NATIONS SYSTEM : OVERVIEW OF CURRENT INDIGENOUS RELATED ACTIVITIES OF THE FOOD AND AGRICULTURE ORGANIZATION OF THE UNITED NATIONS
E/C N .19/2002/2/A dd.13 page 9 Lead department Activity Brief description Farmers’ rights The plant genetic resources on which world food security depends have been developed for over 10,000 years by farmers and farming communities. (...) E/C N .19/2002/2/A dd.13 page 13 Lead department Activity Brief description Forestry Sustainable forest management Participation and empowerment of indigenous people in sustainable forest management is an integral part of the efforts of the Forestry Department. (...) E/C N .19/2002/2/A dd.13 page 15 Lead department Activity Brief description Sustainable Development Land tenure The Land Tenure Service’s publication, Land Reform Land Settlement and Cooperatives, frequently includes papers directly relating to indigenous land issues.
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REPORT OF THE CONFERENCE OF THE PARTIES ON ITS 19TH SESSION, HELD IN WARSAW FROM 11 TO 23 NOVEMBER 2013 : ADDENDUM
Background information on GHG inventories and climate change (e.g. as it pertains to the national context, to provide information to the general public) 1.2. A description of the national inventory arrangements 1.2.1. (...) Inventory preparation, and data collection, processing and storage 1.4. Brief general description of methodologies (including tiers used) and data sources used 1.5. (...) Indicate whether the key category analysis differs from the one included in the common reporting format (CRF) table and, if so, give a short description of the differences. 1.6. General uncertainty evaluation, including data on the overall uncertainty for the inventory totals 1.7.
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GE.12-60558 (S)
GE.12-60558 (S) 300312 050412 Conferencia de las Partes Informe de la Conferencia de las Partes sobre su 17º período de sesiones, celebrado en Durban del 28 de noviembre al 11 de
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LETTER DATED 6 FEBRUARY 2019 FROM THE OMBUDSPERSON ADDRESSED TO THE PRESIDENT OF THE SECURITY COUNCIL
S/2019/112 9/9 19-01866 Annex Status of pending cases* Case 84, one individual (Status: information-gathering period) Date Description 4 February 2019 Transmission of case 84 to the Committee 4 June 2019 Deadline for completion of the information-gathering period Case 83, one individual (Status: information-gathering period) Date Description 29 January 2019 Transmission of case 83 to the Committee 29 May 2019 Deadline for completion of the information-gathering period Case 82, one individual (Status: information-gathering period) Date Description 29 November 2018 Transmission of case 82 to the Committee 29 March 2019 Deadline for completion of the information-gathering period Case 81, one individual (Status: dialogue period) Date Description 19 June 2018 Transmission of case 81 to the Committee 7 December 2018 Information-gathering period completed 7 February 2019 Deadline for completion of the dialogue period Case 80, one individual (Status: Committee phase) Date Description 11 December 2017 Transmission of case 80 to the Committee 1 December 2018 Information-gathering period completed 1 February 2019 Comprehensive report submitted to the Committee Case 79, one individual (Status: Committee phase) Date Description 27 March 2017 Transmission of case 79 to the Committee 27 August 2018 Information-gathering period completed 21 December 2018 Comprehensive report submitted to the Committee __________________ * The status of all cases since the establishment of the Office of the Ombudsperson can be accessed at the website of the Office, www.un.org/securitycouncil/sc/ombudsperson/status-of-cases.
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