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LIST OF PARTICIPANTS : UNITED NATIONS CONVENTION TO COMBAT DESERTIFICATION, 2ND SPECIAL SESSION OF THE COMMITTEE ON SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY, 9TH SESSION OF THE COMMITTEE FOR THE REVIEW OF THE IMPLEMENTATION OF THE CONVENTION, BONN, 16-25 FEBRUARY 2011, PROVISIONAL, 17 FEBRUARY 2011 = LISTE DES PARTICIPANTS
Ashot Vardevanyan Deputy Head Bioresources Management Agency Ministry of Nature Protection AUSTRIA Mr. (...) Ho Joong Youn Researcher Division of Forest Disaster Management Korea Forest Service Mr. Young Hwan Kim Researcher Division of Carbon Management Korea Forest Research Institute Mr. (...) Athauda Arachchige Rupika Sandya Kanthi Bakmeedeniya Environment Management Officer Natural Resources Management Division Ministry of Environment and Natural Resources SURINAME Ms.
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IMPLICATIONS OF THE IMPLEMENTATION OF DECISIONS 2/CMP.7 TO 5/CMP.7 ON THE PREVIOUS DECISIONS ON METHODOLOGICAL ISSUES RELATED TO THE KYOTO PROTOCOL, INCLUDING THOSE RELATING TO ARTICLES 5, 7 AND 8 OF THE KYOTO PROTOCOL : REVISED PROPOSAL / BY THE PRESIDENT
Estimates for activities under Article 3, paragraph 3, forest management under Article 3, paragraph 4, and any elected activities under Article 3, paragraph 4, shall be clearly distinguished from anthropogenic emissions from the sources listed in Annex A to the Kyoto Protocol. (...) General information to be reported for activities under Article 3, paragraph 3, forest management under Article 3, paragraph 4, and any elected activities under Article 3, paragraph 4, shall include: (a) Information on how inventory methodologies have been applied taking into account the 2006 IPCC Guidelines for National Greenhouse Gas Inventories, and any relevant supplementary methodological guidance developed by the IPCC and adopted by the CMP and the COP, and recognizing the principles as laid out in decision 16/CMP.1; (b) The geographical location of the boundaries of the areas that encompass: (i) Units of land subject to activities under Article 3, paragraph 3, of the Kyoto Protocol; (ii) Units of land subject to activities under Article 3, paragraph 3, of the Kyoto Protocol which would otherwise be included in land subject to forest management or elected activities under Article 3, paragraph 4, of the Kyoto Protocol under the provisions of decision 2/CMP.7, annex, paragraph 9; (iii) Land subject to forest management under Article 3, paragraph 4, in the second commitment period and to any elected activities under Article 3, paragraph 4; The information aims to ensure that units of land and areas of land are identifiable. (...) The emission and removal estimates shall be provided separately for activities under Article 3, paragraph 3, forest management under Article 3, paragraph 4, and any elected activities under Article 3, paragraph 4.
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REPORT OF THE SPECIAL RAPPORTEUR ON THE ADVERSE EFFECTS OF THE MOVEMENT AND DUMPING OF TOXIC AND DANGEROUS PRODUCTS AND WASTES ON THE ENJOYMENT OF HUMAN RIGHTS, OKECHUKWU IBEANU : ADDENDUM
Licences for hazardous waste management are issued pursuant to Law No. 12 of 3 March 1997, on licensing. (...) As in the case of radioactive waste management, several ministries, State agencies, local authorities, scientific institutions, and State-owned and private laboratories have competencies in the field of chemicals management. They include: (a) The Department of Chemicalization, Plant Protection and Quarantine, of the Ministry of Agriculture, Water Resources and Processing Industry, which tests and approves fertilizers and pesticides that can be used in Kyrgyzstan, keeps a Government list, and oversees the import, management, transport and utilization of chemicals in agriculture; (b) The Ministry of Health, which coordinates overall policy on chemical safety and manages the National Registry of Potentially Toxic Chemicals.
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IMPLICATIONS OF THE IMPLEMENTATION OF DECISIONS 2/CMP.7 TO 5/CMP.7 ON THE PREVIOUS DECISIONS ON METHODOLOGICAL ISSUES RELATED TO THE KYOTO PROTOCOL, INCLUDING THOSE RELATING TO ARTICLES 5, 7 AND 8 OF THE KYOTO PROTOCOL :DRAFT CONCLUSIONS / PROPOSED BY THE CHAIR
FCCC/SBSTA/2012/L.29 GE.12-71094 7 shall contain information on how the background level has been estimated and information on how it avoids the expectation of net credits or net debits during the commitment period, including information on how a margin is established, if a margin is needed;] [Option 3: (j) Identification of whether it intends to account for natural disturbances under forest management under Article 3, paragraph 4, during the second commitment period in accordance with paragraphs 33 and 34 of decision 2/CMP.7 [and any relevant supplementary and good practice guidance developed by the IPCC and adopted by the CMP; (j)bis Provision of country-specific information on its forest management background level of emissions associated with annual natural disturbances that have been included in its forest management reference level; (j)ter Indication of its intension to account for natural disturbances under forest management, information on how the background level has been estimated and information on how it avoids the expectation of net credits or net debits during the commitment period, including information on how a margin is established, if a margin is needed;] (k) A description of its national system in accordance with Article 5, paragraph 1, reported in accordance with the guidelines for the preparation of the information required under Article 7 of the Kyoto Protocol for those Annex I Parties that did not have a quantified emission limitation and reduction target in the first commitment period; (l) A description of its national registry, reported in accordance with the guidelines for the preparation of the information required under Article 7 of the Kyoto Protocol, for those Annex I Parties that did not have a quantified emission limitation and reduction target in the first commitment period. (...) General information to be reported for activities under Article 3, paragraph 3, forest management and any elected activities4 under Article 3, paragraph 4, shall include: (a) Information on how inventory methodologies have been applied taking into account any the 2006 IPCC Guidelines for National Greenhouse Gas Inventories, any relevant supplementary [methodology developed by the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change] and [good practice guidance of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change adopted or encouraged by the CMP, and any subsequent clarifications agreed by the CMP for the second commitment period] any good practice guidance on land use, land- use change and forestry agreed by the COP and recognizing the principles as laid out in decision[s] 16/CMP.1 [and 2/CMP.6] [and the rules and modalities for accounting laid out in decision 2/CMP.7 for the second commitment period]; (b) The geographical location of the boundaries of the areas that encompass: (ii) Units of land subject to activities under Article 3, paragraph 3, which would otherwise be included in land subject to forest management or elected activities under Article 3, paragraph 4, under the provisions of paragraph 8 9 of the annex to decision 162/CMP.17; (iii) Land subject to forest management [in the second commitment period] and to elected activities under Article 3, paragraph 4; (iv) The information aims to ensure that units of land and areas of land are identifiable. (...) Specific information to be reported for [any activity under Article 3, paragraph 4, elected in the first commitment period,] forest management and any elected activities7 under Article 3, paragraph 4, shall include: (b) (…) elect cropland management and/or grazing land management and/or revegetation and/or wetland drainage and rewetting, anthropogenic (…); (c) (…) from [any activity under Article 3, paragraph 4, elected in the first commitment period,] forest management and any elected Article 3, paragraph 4, activities (…); (c)bis Option 1 Information that demonstrates that all emissions arising from the conversion of natural forests to planted forests are included under forest management; 7 See footnote 5.
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ACTIVITIES OF THE OFFICE OF INTERNAL OVERSIGHT SERVICES ON PEACE OPERATIONS FOR THE PERIOD FROM 1 JANUARY TO 31 DECEMBER 2015 : REPORT OF THE OFFICE OF INTERNAL OVERSIGHT SERVICES
Implementation of the electronic fuel management system (2015/124) (Aplicación del sistema electrónico de gestión del combustible). (...) Waste management (2015/116) (Gestión de desechos) . La MONUSCO carecía de una infraestructura de incineración adecuada para el tratamiento de desechos médicos generados por instalaciones médicas. (...) Management of super camp facilities (2015/046) (Gestión de macrocampamentos).
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FCCC/SBI/2011/MIS
In particular, the work programme should focus on the following elements: • as a critical first step, enhancing understanding of the risks and losses that vulnerable countries are facing and likely to face from climate change impacts; • developing the “building blocks” necessary to ensure the effective functioning of adaptation policies, risk management and loss and damage approaches, including identifying (extensive) gaps in risk exposure data, risk modelling and regulatory and implementation frameworks, and discussing potential strategies to address these needs; • sharing, synthesizing and promoting relevant knowledge, expertise and good practice in addressing climate change impacts through risk management, risk transfer and rehabilitation approaches; • understanding the means available to assess what strategies or approaches are likely to be most practical and effective for the local needs and circumstances of vulnerable countries, for example through cost-benefit analysis and program evaluation. (...) In Australia’s view, the work programme on loss and damage can advance existing discussions through: • facilitating enhanced coordination, co-operation and knowledge management through providing a forum to share and consolidate experiences and lessons learnt; • engaging and drawing on the technical expertise of established practitioners, programs and institutions, such as the United Nations International Strategy for Disaster Reduction (UN ISDR) and World Bank’s Global Facility for Disaster Reduction and Recovery; • complementing and ensuring coherence with existing risk management and reduction frameworks such as the Hyogo Framework for Action 2005 – 2015; • bringing to bear a specific focus on loss and damage risks associated specifically with climate change impacts, as distinct, for example, from broader disaster risks; • ensuring that the work programme on loss and damage continues to complement the broader adaptation framework, bearing in mind that risk transfer and rehabilitation approaches should not undermine incentives for risk management and good adaptation planning, or distract from the core challenge of promoting a primary focus on climate compatible development; • given the local nature of climate change impacts, recognising that the role best performed by the UNFCCC is to catalyse and facilitate support for the implementation of nationally, and where appropriate, regionally driven responses. 8 Paper no. 2: Bolivia (Plurinational State of) Posición del Estado Plurinacional de Bolivia CONTRIBUCIÓN PARA OPINIONES E INFORMACIÓN SOBRE QUÉ ELEMENTOS DEBEN INCLUIRSE EN EL PROGRAMA DE TRABAJO PARA ABORDAR PÉRDIDAS Y DAÑOS ASOCIADOS CON LOS IMPACTOS DEL CAMBIO CLIMÁTICO El Estado Plurinacional de Bolivia presenta sus puntos de vista sobre “los elementos que deben incluirse en el programa de trabajo para abordar pérdidas y daños asociados con los impactos del cambio climático”. (...) Finally, to ensure well-founded recommendations, it is Canada’s view that the discussions should include consideration of: o costs, benefits and risks associated with each risk management, reduction and sharing mechanism, with particular regard to benefits for the most vulnerable countries and communities; o effectiveness of various mechanisms for incentivizing adaptation/avoiding maladaptation; o advantages and disadvantages of micro, national, regional and international scales of implementation; o the roles of governments, the private sector and civil society organizations, including innovative partnership approaches to advancing adaptation; o short, medium and long-term steps required to establish mechanisms, including those that have co-benefits for other aspects of adaptation (i.e., climate data, strengthening observation networks etc); o effective and proven approaches to encourage the engagement of the private sector in risk reduction or risk management; o institutional and human resource capacities to implement recommended activities; o effective and proven tools for sharing risk at pilot or regional scales; and o how these mechanisms fit within the context of the full spectrum of actions required for adaptation and risk reduction for events unrelated to climate change.
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LAND USE, LAND-USE CHANGE AND FORESTRY: DRAFT CONCLUSIONS PROPOSED BY THE CHAIR
For all options listed below, activities under Article 3, paragraph 4,1 other than forest management will be considered in due course. Option 12 A. (...) Article 3, paragraph 4 Net-net with base year Amend current paragraph 9 to include forest management AND Leave caps in place (current para. 11). (...) OR Net–net with base period Amend to include provisions for how a Party is to establish a base period for forest management over which anthropogenic emissions and removals will be assessed, and how anthropogenic emissions and removals from forest management during the subsequent commitment period will be assessed against the base period.
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REPORT OF THE GLOBAL ENVIRONMENT FACILITY TO THE CONFERENCE OF PARTIES : REVISED NOTE / BY THE SECRETARIAT
Projects are aimed at reforming national legal and financial systems or enhancing data management systems that would facilitate data flows for progress indicators for international conventions, including the UNFCCC. 35. (...) The mitigation projects will aim to promote renewable energy and energy efficiency in the participating countries, while the adaptation projects will focus on adaptation issues in a variety of sectors, such as water resources, coastal zone management, and agriculture. The GEF-PAS was developed in close and extensive consultation with Pacific Island Country officials and experts The Strategic Investment Program for Sustainable Land Management in Sub-Saharan Africa 45. The Strategic Investment Program for Sustainable Land Management in Sub-Saharan Africa (SIP) is a response from the GEF to support Sub-Saharan African countries in pursuing the multi-sector, long-term programmatic approaches needed to scale up sustainable land management (SLM).
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COMPILATION OF SUMMARIES OF REPORTS SUBMITTED BY AFFECTED LATIN AMERICAN AND CARIBBEAN COUNTRY PARTIES
Currently efforts are under way to establish an integrated coastal zone management programme and a major project to modernize land use and information management — the Land Use Policy and Administration Project — has begun with technical and financial assistance provided by the Inter-American Development Bank. (...) The NDS aims to address the major land administrative and management challenges facing the country (land tenure security, land administration and management) through the successful implementation of three project components: Land Administration Modernization, Land Information Management and National Land Issues and Policy Guidelines. (...) In 1988 the Land Use, Management and Conservation Law defined the watershed as the management unit and created Watershed Committees to develop Watershed Plans that in conjunction form the National Land Management Plan.
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IMPLICATIONS OF THE IMPLEMENTATION OF DECISIONS 2/CMP.7 TO 5/CMP.7 ON THE PREVIOUS DECISIONS ON METHODOLOGICAL ISSUES RELATED TO THE KYOTO PROTOCOL, INCLUDING THOSE RELATING TO ARTICLES 5, 7 AND 8 TO THE KYOTO PROTOCOL : PROPOSAL / BY THE PRESIDENT
Estimates for activities under Article 3, paragraph 3, forest management under Article 3, paragraph 4, and any elected activities under Article 3, paragraph 4, shall be clearly distinguished from anthropogenic emissions from the sources listed in Annex A to the Kyoto Protocol. (...) General information to be reported for activities under Article 3, paragraph 3, forest management under Article 3, paragraph 4, and any elected activities under Article 3, paragraph 4, shall include: (a) Information on how inventory methodologies have been applied taking into account the 2006 IPCC Guidelines for National Greenhouse Gas Inventories, and any relevant supplementary methodological guidance developed by the IPCC and adopted by the CMP and the COP, and recognizing the principles as laid out in decision 16/CMP.1; (b) The geographical location of the boundaries of the areas that encompass: (i) Units of land subject to activities under Article 3, paragraph 3, of the Kyoto Protocol; (ii) Units of land subject to activities under Article 3, paragraph 3, of the Kyoto Protocol which would otherwise be included in land subject to forest management or elected activities under Article 3, paragraph 4, of the Kyoto Protocol under the provisions of decision 2/CMP.7, annex, paragraph 9; (iii) Land subject to forest management under Article 3, paragraph 4, in the second commitment period and to any elected activities under Article 3, paragraph 4; 1 The elected activities shall be the same as those identified in the Party’s report referred to in paragraph 2 of this decision. (...) The emission and removal estimates FCCC/KP/CMP/2012/L.4 10 GE.12-71245 shall be provided separately for activities under Article 3, paragraph 3, forest management under Article 3, paragraph 4, and any elected activities under Article 3, paragraph 4.
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