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得分: 1086549.6 - https://www.fao.org/cgrfa/topi...access-and-benefit-sharing/zh/
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LETTER DATED 29 MARCH 2021 FROM THE PERMANENT REPRESENTATIVE OF YEMEN TO THE UNITED NATIONS ADDRESSED TO THE PRESIDENT OF THE SECURITY COUNCIL
The report recounts how the Houthi militia provide safe haven for al-Qaeda elements in the areas they still control, especially those elements fleeing from areas controlled by the legitimate government. (...) - The information has confirmed that the ISIS terrorist elements who were present in their stronghold in the Al-Mushairif area in Al-Bayda governorate in mid-2020 were led by foreign elements, and they were evacuated from the site by elements of the Preventive Security Agency of the Houthi militia (...) E- Providing a safe haven for al-Qaeda terrorist elements in areas under the control of the Houthi militia.
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得分: 996182.9 - https://daccess-ods.un.org/acc.../get?open&DS=S/2021/304&Lang=C
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METHODOLOGICAL ISSUES : REVIEW OF METHODOLOGICAL WORK UNDER THE CONVENTION AND THE KYOTO PROTOCOL : DRAFT CONCLUSIONS / PROPOSED BY THE CHAIR
Annex* [INITIAL PROPOSALS BY PARTIES ON ELEMENTS OF A POSSIBLE FUTURE WORK PROGRAMME Table A. (...) Initial proposals by Parties on possible new elements Background information on current and planned activities Possible elements for development of methodologies Possible elements relating to collection and dissemination of information How should future methodological work be done? (...) FCCC/SBSTA/2003/L.8 Page 14 Table C: Cross-reference between clustersa and possible elements Cluster Elements under the work based on current and planned activities Initial proposals by Parties on possible new elements A.
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得分: 989312.1 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...&DS=FCCC/SBSTA/2003/L.8&Lang=C
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RECOMMENDATIONS TO PROMOTE THE PRACTICAL IMPLEMENTATION OF TRANSPARENCY AND CONFIDENCE-BUILDING MEASURES IN OUTER SPACE ACTIVITIES WITH THE GOAL OF PREVENTING AN ARMS RACE IN OUTER SPACE, IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE RECOMMENDATIONS SET OUT IN THE REPORT OF THE GROUP OF GOVERNMENTAL EXPERTS ON TRANSPARENCY AND CONFIDENCE-BUILDING MEASURES IN OUTER SPACE ACTIVITIES : WORKING PAPER / SUBMITTED BY NIGERIA (ON BEHALF OF THE AFRICAN GROUP)
Elements on transparency and confidence building 14 F. (...) Elements on peaceful uses of outer space and international cooperation 16 H. (...) Those contextual discussions were consolidated into four general groups of potential elements: (1) The existing legal regime in outer space and elements of general principles; (2) Elements of basic obligations; (3) Elements related to monitoring, verification, and transparency and confidence-building measures, and (4) elements related to international cooperation, institutional arrangements, and final provisions.
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得分: 989077.9 - https://daccess-ods.un.org/acc...en&DS=A/CN.10/2019/WP.1&Lang=C
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LETTER DATED 8 JULY 2020 FROM THE PANEL OF EXPERTS ON THE CENTRAL AFRICAN REPUBLIC EXTENDED PURSUANT TO RESOLUTION 2507 (2020) ADDRESSED TO THE PRESIDENT OF THE SECURITY COUNCIL
S/2020/662 23/151 20-07974 附件 Annexes to the report of the Panel of Experts on the Central African Republic extended pursuant to Security Council resolution 2507 (2020) Contents Annex 1.1: Table of correspondence sent and received by the Panel from 1 March to 9 June 2020 / Communications envoyées et reçues par le Groupe entre le 1er mars et le 9 juin. ................................................................................................................................. 28 Annex 2.1: Further information on punitive measures discussed during sessions of the Executive Monitoring Committee / Informations complémentaires concernant les mesures punitives évoquées pendant les sessions du Comité Exécutif de Suivi. ........... 29 Annex 2.2: Further information on preparations for the elections by political parties / Informations complémentaires sur la préparation des élections par les partis politiques. ......................................................................................................................................... 33 Annex 2.3: Incidents in Kabo of 22 April 2020 / Incidents de Kabo du 22 avril 2020. . 35 Annex 2.4: COD-2020 statement of 2 March 2020 / Déclaration de la COD-2020 du 2 mars 2020. ....................................................................................................................... 38 Annex 2.5: Information on armed group leaders campaigning in support of President Touadéra’s re-election / Informations sur la campagne menée par certains chefs de groupes armés en soutien à la réélection du Président Touadéra. ................................... 41 Annex 2.6: Issues raised by the opposition regarding the ANE and its independence / Questions soulevées par l’opposition concernant l’ANE et son indépendance. ............. 43 Annex 2.7: Statement of Prime Minister Firmin Ngrebada on the constitutional reform (23 May) / Déclaration du Premier minister Firmin Ngrebada sur la réforme constitutionnelle (23 mai). .............................................................................................. 44 Annex 2.8: Call for a transition by Mustapha Saboune, President of the Siriri coalition on 18 May 2020 / Appel à une transition par le president de la coalition Siriri Mustapha Saboune fait le 18 mai 2020 ............................................................................................ 46 Annex 2.9: Publications of former chief of staff general Ngaïfei / Publications du général Ngaïfei, ancien chef d’état-major. .................................................................................. 48 Annex 2.10: Reaction of opposition leaders and civil society representatives on the proposed constitutional reform / Réactions des chefs de l’opposition et de représentants de la société civile à la proposition de réforme constitutionnelle. .................................. 49 Annex 2.11: G5 press communiqué of 21 April 2020 / Communiqué de presse du G5 du 21 avril 2020. .................................................................................................................. 53 Annex 2.12: Excerpts from the decision of the Constitutional Court of 5 June 2020 / Extraits de la décision de la Cour Constitutionnelle du 5 juin 2020. .............................. 54 S/2020/662 20-07974 24/151 Annex 2.13: Further information on François Bozizé’s return and related travel ban violation / Informations complémentaires concernant le retour de François Bozizé et la question de l’interdiction de voyager. ............................................................................. 55 Annex 2.14: Excerpts from François Bozizé’s statement of 27 January 2020 / Extraits de la déclaration de François Bozizé du 27 janvier 2020. ................................................... 56 Annex 2.15: Further information on the arrest of anti-balaka elements on 28 March and the arms seizure of 3 April / Informations complémentaires sur l’arrestation du 28 mars et la saisie d’armes du 3 avril. ......................................................................................... 57 Annex 2.16: François Bozizé and KNK’s statements following the incidents of 28 March and 3 April / Déclarations de François Bozizé et du KNK suite aux incidents du 28 mars et du 3 avril. .................................................................................................................... 58 Annex 2.17: Statements of national authorities following the incidents of 28 March and 3 April 2020 / Déclarations des autorités nationales suite aux incidents du 28 mars et du 3 avril 2020. ....................................................................................................................... 60 Annex 2.18: Business card used by Elio Ciolini / Carte professionnelle utilisée par Elio Ciolini. ............................................................................................................................ 64 Annex 2.19: Text message sent by “Bruno Lugon” / Message téléphonique envoyé par « Bruno Lugon ». ............................................................................................................ 65 Annex 2.20: Decree of 3 June 2020 dismissing “Bruno Lougon” from his position of presidential adviser / Décret du 3 juin révoquant la nomination de ............................... 67 Annex 2.21: Further information on Elio Ciolini / Informations complémentaires sur Elio Ciolini. ............................................................................................................................ 68 Annex 3.1: Communiqué from Nourd Gregaza (PRNC) of 28 April 2020 / Communiqué de Nourd Gregaza (PRNC) du 28 avril 2020. ................................................................. 71 Annex 3.2: Tensions within the FPRC / Tensions au sein du FPRC. ............................. 72 Annex 3.3: Letter from Michel Djotodia circulated on 14 May 2020 in response to an invitation sent by Djaffar Adoum / Lettre de Michel Djotodia diffusée le 14 mai en réponse à une invitation de Djafar Adoum. .................................................................... 76 Annex 3.4: Sudanese and Chadian identification documents found on the bodies of deceased FPRC fighters in Birao on 16 February / Papiers d’identité soudanais et tchadiens retrouvés sur les corps des combattants FPRC décédés à Birao le 16 février. 78 Annex 3.5: Influx of foreign fighters / Afflux de combattants étrangers. ...................... 80 Annex 3.6: Picture of Ali Kushayb / Photo de Ali Kushayb. ......................................... 82 Annex 3.7: Photographs of vehicle, weapons and ammunition recovered following fighting in Birao on 16 February 2020 / Photos du véhicule, des armes et des munitions récupérés après les affrontements de Birao le 16 février 2020. ...................................... 83 Annex 3.8: Chronology of incidents in Bamingui-Bangoran (1 March - 31 May 2020) / Chronologie des incidents dans la préfecture du Bamingui-Bangoran (1er mars- 31 mai 2020)……………………………………………………………………………………84 Annex 3.9: Ethnic-based reprisals outside of Bamingui-Bangoran Prefecture / Représailles à caractère ethnique en dehors de la préfecture du Bamingui-Bangoran. .. 89 S/2020/662 25/151 20-07974 Annex 3.10: Humanitarian aid (increased needs and reduced access) and information control / Aide humanitaire (augmentation des besoins et baisse de l’accès) et contrôle de l’information. .................................................................................................................. 90 Annex 3.11: FPRC communique of 16 February 2020 signed by Nourredine Adam / Communiqué du FPRC du 16 février 2020 signé par Nourredine Adam. ...................... 91 Annex 3.12: Attacks against MINUSCA peacekeepers / Attaques contre les forces de la MINUSCA. ..................................................................................................................... 93 Annex 3.13: Harassment of displaced in Ndele / Exactions sur les personnes déplacées à Ndélé. .............................................................................................................................. 94 Annex 3.14: Harassment by MLCJ/Kara in Birao IDP sites, similar to that seen by FPRC/Rounga in Ndélé / Exactions commises par le MLCJ/Kara sur les camps de déplacés à Birao, comparables à celles commises par le FPRC/Rounga à Ndélé. ......... 95 Annex 4.1: UPC Communiqué of 28 October 2019 / Communiqué de l’UPC du 28 octobre 2019................................................................................................................................. 96 Annex 4.2: Map of Ouham-Pende Prefecture highlighting the Koundjili-Lemouna area referred to in the report / Carte de la prefecture de l’Ouham-Pendé faisant apparaître la zone Koundjili-Lemouna mentionnée dans le rapport. ................................................... 97 Annex 4.3: Examples of human rights violations in areas under UPC control / Exemples de violations des droits de l’homme dans les zones contrôlées par l’UPC. .................... 98 Annex 4.4: Details on events in Haut-Mbomou Prefecture in May 2020 / Informations complémentaires sur les événements dans la préfecture du Haut-Mbomou en mai 2020. ......................................................................................................................................... 99 Annex 5.1: Allegations of weapons trafficking against MINUSCA staff in a letter from MPCP to the CAR Prime Minister on 4 February 2020/ Allégations de trafic d’armes contre des personnels de la MINUSCA dans une lettre du MPCP adressée au Premier Ministre de la RCA le 4 Février 2020. .......................................................................... 100 Annex 5.2: Examples of headlines and posts including reference to the MINUSCA staff targeted as ‘bloody mercenaries’ and calling for the ‘cleaning’ of MINUSCA / Exemples de titres de presse et de publications incluant des références au personnel de la MINUSCA ciblés comme “des mercenaires sanguinaires” et appelant à “nettoyer la MINUSCA”. ....................................................................................................................................... 101 Annex 5.3: MPCP call for an ‘Operation Ghost town’ on 20 March calling on the population to prevent MINUSCA and Government vehicles from circulating holding MINUSCA and the Government responsible for any ‘misbehaviour’/ Appel du MPCP pour une “Opération Ville Morte” le 20 Mars appelant la population à empêcher les déplacements des véhicules de la MINUSCA et du gouvernement et déclarant la MINUSCA et le gouvernement responsables de tout débordement éventuel ............... 103 Annex 5.4: MPCP communiques signed by Bethsaida Djopop Mbongo / Communiqués du MCPC signés par Bethsaida Djopop Mbongo. ........................................................ 105 Annex 5.5: Transcript of an interview with Harouna Douamba and journalists on his role as president of two NGOs (Aimons Notre Afrique (ANA) and Coalition Afrique Engagée (CAE)) on 11 April 2020 / Transcription d’une interview de Harouna Douamba S/2020/662 20-07974 26/151 concernant son action comme president de deux ONG (Aimons Notre Afrique (ANA) et Coalition Engagée (CAE)) le 11 avril 2020. ............................................................. 109 Annex 5.6: MPCP used official meetings with the CAR Prime Minister, Minister of Foreign Affairs, and President of the National Assembly to enhance the credibility of their claims against MINUSCA staff members / MPCP utilisant des rencontres officielles avec le Premier Ministre, le Ministre des Affaires Etrangères, le Président de l’Assemblée Nationale pour renforcer la crédibilité de ses accusations contre les membres du personnel de la MINUSCA. .......................................................................................................... 114 Annex 5.7: Official letter from Sylvie Baipo-Temon, CAR Minister of Foreign Affairs to MINUSCA / Lettre officielle de Sylvie Baipo-Temon, Ministre des Affaires étrangères de la RCA adressée à la MINUSCA. ................................................................................. 117 Annex 5.8: Communiques from CAR Government / Communiqués du Gouvernement de la RCA. ......................................................................................................................... 118 Annex 5.9: Campaign against humanitarians linked to COVID-19 / Campagne contre des acteurs humanitaires en lien avec le COVID-19. .......................................................... 121 Annex 5.10: Further information on the spread of inflammatory language in the election context / Informations complémentaires sur la diffusion de contenus incendiaires dans le contexte des élections. Risque que l’incitation à la violence puisse être utilisée dans le contexte électoral .......................................................................................................... 122 Annex 6.1: Protests by USMS elements on 17 April blocking MSR1 axis in Bouar / Manifestations d’éléments des USMS bloquant la Route Nationale 1 à Bouar le 17 avril ....................................................................................................................................... 123 Annex 6.2: Pre-deployment composition of the USMS west / Composition de l’unité ouest des USMS en amont du déploiement. ........................................................................... 124 Annex 6.3: Press release of 15 May by Abass Sidiki / Communiqué de presse de Abass Sidiki du 15 mai. ........................................................................................................... 125 Annex 6.4: Attack on Bouar USMS camp by armed elements and associated weapons seizure / Attaque du camp de Bouar USMS par des éléments armés et saisie d'armes.128 Annex 6.5: Ongoing human rights violations and concerns over behaviour of national defence and security forces as they deploy countrywide / Violations des droits de l’homme en cours et préoccupations concernant le comportement des forces nationales de défense et de sécurité lors de leur déploiement dans tout le pays. ............................................. 133 Annex 6.6: Photographs from the Gbadolite seizure of 28 April / Photos de la saisie effectuée à Gbadolite le 28 avril. .................................................................................. 134 Annex 6.7: Other cases of cross-border arms trafficking during the reporting period / Autres cas de trafics transfrontaliers durant la période couverte par le rapport. .......... 135 Annex 7.1 : Update on diamonds / Développements récents sur l’activité diamantifère ....................................................................................................................................... 138 Annex 7.2: Map showing areas mentioned in the report / Carte montrant les zones mentionnées dans le rapport .......................................................................................... 139 S/2020/662 27/151 20-07974 Annex 7.3: Map of Ouham prefecture showing mining sites mentioned in the report /Carte de la Préfecture de Ouham montrant les sites miniers évoqués dans le rapport. .......... 141 Annex 7.4 : Decree granting the mining permit to MIDAS/ Décret attribuant le permis minier à MIDAS. .......................................................................................................... 142 Annex 8.1: Further information on the 14th session of the CAR-Chad Joint Commission (Ndjamena, December 2019) / Informations complémentaires sur la 14e session de la Commission mixte RCA-Tchad (Ndjaména, décembre 2019) ..................................... 144 Annex 9.1: Information on Nourredine’s Adam travel in Saudi Arabia (August 2019) / Informations complémentaires sur le voyage de Nourredine Adam en Arabie Saoudite (août 2019). ................................................................................................................... 150 Annex 9.2: Information on the situation of Martin Koumtamadji alias Abdoulaye Miskine / Informations sur Martin Koumtamadji alias Abdoulaye Miskine. ............... 151 S/2020/662 20-07974 28/151 Annex 1: Table of correspondence sent and received by the Panel from 1 March to 9 June 2020 / Communications envoyées et reçues par le Groupe entre le 1er mars et le 9 juin.
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得分: 969978.8 - https://daccess-ods.un.org/acc.../get?open&DS=S/2020/662&Lang=C
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COORDINATION OF SUPPORT FOR THE IMPLEMENTATION OF ACTIVITIES IN RELATION TO MITIGATION ACTIONS IN THE FOREST SECTOR BY DEVELOPING COUNTRIES, INCLUDING INSTITUTIONAL ARRANGEMENTS : DRAFT CONCLUSIONS / PROPOSED BY THE CHAIRS
FCCC/SB/2013/L.5 GE.13-71070 3 Annex [English only] Elements for a possible draft decision on coordination of support for the implementation of activities in relation to mitigation actions in the forest sector by developing countries, including institutional arrangements [The Conference of the Parties Recalling decisions 1/CP.16, 2/CP.17, 1/CP.18, Noting the outcomes of the process as referred to in decision 1/CP.18, paragraphs 34 and 35, Recognizing the need for adequate and predictable support for the implementation of the activities and elements referred to in decision 1/CP.16, paragraphs 70, 71 and 73, Further recognizing the need for effective and transparent coordination of support for the implementation of the activities referred to in decision 1/CP.16, paragraph 70, and the challenges of accessing, disbursement and equitable distribution of financial resources and technical and technological support to developing country Parties for the implementation of the activities referred to in decision 1/CP.16, paragraph 70, 1. Invites interested Parties to designate a national entity or focal point to serve as a liaison with the UNFCCC and its relevant bodies, as appropriate, on coordination of support for the full implementation of activities and elements referred to in decision 1/CP.16, paragraphs 70, 71 and 73, and to inform the secretariat on the specific responsibilities assigned to it, in accordance with national circumstances and sovereignty, including the identification of entities as appropriate, appointed to receive results-based payments; Institutional arrangements for coordination at the international level 2. Recognizing that in order to coordinate the support for the implementation of the activities and elements referred to in decision 1/CP.16, paragraphs 70, 71 and 73, a number of functions were identified, such as: (a) Strengthen, consolidate and enhance the sharing of relevant information, knowledge, experiences and good practices, at the international level, taking into account national experiences and, as appropriate, traditional knowledge and practices; (b) Identify and consider possible needs and gaps in coordination of support, taking into consideration relevant information communicated under the Convention and other multilateral and bilateral arrangements; (c) Consider and provide opportunities to exchange information between the relevant bodies established under the Convention, other multilateral and bilateral entities financing and funding the activities and elements referred to in decision 1/CP.16, paragraphs 70, 71 and 73 on actions, and support provided and received for these activities; (d) Provide information and views on the elements contained in paragraphs a, b and c above when providing guidance to the operating entities of the financial mechanism of the FCCC/SB/2013/L.5 4 GE.13-71070 Convention, on means to scale up and improve the effectiveness of finance, including results based finance, technology and capacity building needs of developing country Parties, when implementing activities and elements referred to in decision 1/CP.16, paragraphs 70, 71 and 73; (e) Provide information, as requested, to entities including, bilateral, multilateral and private sector entities that finance and implement the activities and elements referred to in decision 1/CP.16, paragraphs 70, 71 and 73, and how these activities, including results-based actions, can be more effectively supported; (f) Encourage other entities providing support, for the activities and elements referred to in decision 1/CP.16, paragraphs 70, 71 and 73, to enhance efficiency, coordination and seek consistency with the operating entities of the financial mechanism of the Convention, as appropriate; (g) Support the development of different approaches, including joint mitigation and adaptation approaches for the integral and sustainable management of forests considering the modalities of finance to be established, as agreed in paragraphs 14-20 of SBSTA 38, with a view to recommending a draft decision to the COP for adoption at its twentieth session; [Option 1 3.
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得分: 964089.1 - https://daccess-ods.un.org/acc...pen&DS=FCCC/SB/2013/L.5&Lang=C
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LETTER DATED 30 JULY 2019 FROM THE PANEL OF EXPERTS ON THE CENTRAL AFRICAN REPUBLIC EXTENDED PURSUANT TO RESOLUTION 2454 (2019) ADDRESSED TO THE PRESIDENT OF THE SECURITY COUNCIL
联 合 国 S/2019/608 安全理事会 Distr.: General 30 July 2019 Chinese Original: English 19-11698 (C) 310719 010819 *1911698* 2019年 7月
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得分: 946742.5 - https://daccess-ods.un.org/acc.../get?open&DS=S/2019/608&Lang=C
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REPORT OF THE INDEPENDENT EXPERT ON HUMAN RIGHTS AND INTERNATIONAL SOLIDARITY, VIRGINIA DANDAN : ADDENDUM
One participant pointed out that, to develop the norm, there should be agreement on its elements, suggesting a focus on its four basic elements: subject, object, scope (including coverage and extent) and modality of enforcement (how the rights holder would exercise it). (...) There was discussion as to whether the right would have elements that did not exist in other legal documents. (...) The concept of sustainable development goals could also bring new elements to enrich the declaration because it would touch on elements critical for poverty eradication and gender equality.
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得分: 932166.9 - https://daccess-ods.un.org/acc...en&DS=A/HRC/21/44/ADD.1&Lang=C
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IMPROVED FORUM AND WORK PROGRAMME
FCCC/SB/2016/L.2 GE.16-08484 3 Annex I Work programme1 on the improved forum on the impact of the implementation of response measures (June 2016 to November 2018) [English only] Before/during SBI 45 and SBSTA 45 (November 2016) Elements Estimated timeline/deliverable Technical paper on just transition of the work force, and the creation of decent work and quality jobs By SBI 45 and SBSTA 45 (November 2016) Technical paper Views and experiences, including on case studies, taking into account paragraphs 1 and 6 of decision 11/CP.21, in the context of sustainable development, in order to implement the work of the improved forum, on: 1) Economic diversification and transformation; 2) Just transition of the workforce, and the creation of decent work and quality jobs By SBI 45 and SBSTA 45 (November 2016) Submissions from Parties and organizations Workshop on views and experiences, including on case studies, taking into account paragraphs 1 and 6 of decision 11/CP.21, in the context of sustainable development, in order to implement the work of the improved forum on: 1) Economic diversification and transformation; 2) Just transition of the workforce and the creation of the decent work and quality jobs Before SBI 45 and SBSTA 45 (November 2016) Report on the workshop In-forum discussion on the workshop, including, as appropriate, to provide a venue for Parties to raise priority areas, and, as appropriate, constituting an ad hoc technical expert group During SBI 45 and SBSTA 45 (November 2016) Conclusions of the forum Before/during SBI 46 and SBSTA 46 (May 2017) Elements Estimated timeline/deliverable 1 Paragraphs 5 and 6 of decision 11/CP. 21 read: “Adopts the work programme comprising the following areas: (a) Economic diversification and transformation; (b) Just transition of the workforce, and the creation of decent work and quality jobs; Decides that the implementation of the work programme shall address the needs of all Parties, in particular developing country Parties, and shall be informed, inter alia, by the assessment and analysis of impacts, including the use and development of economic modelling, taking into account all relevant policy issues of concern”. FCCC/SB/2016/L.2 4 GE.16-08484 Work of ad hoc technical expert group, as appropriate During SBI 46 and SBSTA 46 (May 2017) Report of the ad hoc technical expert group as appropriate In-forum discussion on the meeting of the ad hoc technical expert group, as appropriate Not applicable Parties’ discussion of recommendation to COP 23 (November 2017) Possible draft recommendation to be forwarded for consideration at COP 23 (November 2017) Before/during SBI 47 and SBSTA 47 (November 2017) Elements Estimated timeline/deliverable In-forum discussion on possible needs for modelling tools, including capacity-building opportunities, related to the work programme of the improved forum on the impact of the implementation of response measures In-forum discussion on the areas of the work programme During SBI 47 and SBSTA 47 (November 2017) Conclusions of the forum Before/during SBI 48 and SBSTA 48 (April–May 2018) Elements Estimated timeline/deliverable In-forum training workshop on use of economic modelling tools related to the work programme of the improved forum on the impact of the implementation of response measures Report on the in-forum training workshop Before/during SBI 49 and SBSTA 49 (November 2018) Elements Estimated timeline/deliverable Review of the work of the improved forum Draft conclusions/decisions FCCC/SB/2016/L.2 GE.16-08484 5 Annex II Terms of reference of the ad hoc technical expert groups on the impact of the implementation of response measures [English only] 1.
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得分: 925907.8 - https://daccess-ods.un.org/acc...pen&DS=FCCC/SB/2016/L.2&Lang=C
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GE.12-70714 (C) 2
(k) [Draft revised guidelines for the preparation of national communications from Parties not included in Annex 1 to the Convention, building upon the work previously done by the CGE in providing recommendations on elements to be included in such revised guidelines, and taking into account the experience of non-Annex 1 Parties in the preparation of their most recent national communications.] (...) [The CGE, in fulfilling its mandate, [and with a view to adopting revised guidelines by the twentieth session of the Conference of the Parties,] shall also provide recommendations, [as appropriate, ]to the SBI on the following: (a) [Elements to be considered in a future review and revision1 of the “UNFCCC biennial update reporting guidelines for Parties not included in Annex I to the Convention” contained in annex III to decision 2/CP.17; (b) Elements to be considered in the future revision of the “Guidelines for the preparation of national communications from Parties not included in Annex I to the Convention”, taking into account such recommendations made earlier by the CGE2, as well as recent relevant decisions by the Conference of the Parties including the relevant provisions under decision 1/CP.16, paragraphs 60 and 66, and decision 2/CP.17, paragraph 39.] (...) The CGE shall draw on the expertise necessary to perform its functions, including from the UNFCCC roster of experts. 1 Decision 2/CP.17, annex III, paragraph 20. 2 The CGE provided a set of recommendations to the SBI on elements to be considered in a future revision of the “Guidelines for the preparation of national communications from Parties not included in Annex I to the Convention”; these recommendations are contained in document FCCC/SBI/2011/5/Rev.1 and Add.1 submitted to the SBI at its thirty-fourth session.
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得分: 925051.5 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...n&DS=FCCC/SBI/2012/L.22&Lang=C
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