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Poznan Climate Change Conference
1-12 December 2008
Poznan , Poland

Highlights from Tuesday, 2 December

 

On Tuesday, the SBI and SBSTA resumed and concluded initial consideration of their respective agendas. In the afternoon, the AWG-LCA convened a workshop on a shared vision for long-term cooperative action. Photo: The UNFCCC Climate Change Kiosk.

FOREST DAY DEVELOPMENT AND CLIMATE DAYS BUSINESS DAY
 

6 December - 9 December - 10 December -11 December - 12 December

 
AWG-LCA: Workshop on a shared vision
 
 
A view of the plenary during the workshop on a shared vision.
 
 
Philip Weech, the Bahamas, for AOSIS (right), said a shared vision should prevent further impacts on SIDS and LDCs. He supported stabilization at 350 ppm and limiting temperature increase to 1.5ºC, and called for mitigation by all parties.
 
 

William Kojo, Ghana (left), said a shared vision should address all elements of the Bali Action Plan, and not be temporarily limited in terms of actors and actions. André Odenbreit Carvalho, Brazil (right), said a shared vision covers all building blocks, guided by the provisions and principles of the Convention. On mitigation, he supported 25-40% emission reductions by Annex I countries, substantial deviation from the baseline by non-Annex I countries, and burden sharing based on historical responsibility and equity.

 
 

Japan, (power point presentation above) (left), proposed that parties adopt a global 50% reduction goal by 2050. Members of civil society during the workshop discussing presentations (right).

 
SBSTA
 
 
Renate Christ, IPCC Secretariat, intervenes during the SBSTA plenary (left) and SBSTA participants sitting on the floor for lack of chairs (right).
 
SBI
 
 
A view of the dais in the SBI, chaired by Bagher Asadi (2nd from left)
 
 
The US intervening during the SBI plenary (left) and SBI Chair Asadi on the monitors, which are strategically placed throughout the conference room (right).
 
 
Delegates find whatever spot they can to work in the plenary (left) and Selwin Hart, Barbados.
 
Press conferences and side events
 
Li Yan, Greenpeace International, speaking during the Climate Action Network daily press conference.
 
 
 
Side event: Critical analysis of REDD: international finance, human rights and false promises of carbon markets, organized by Friends of the Earth
 
 
Photos from the EU Pavilion
 
 
 
Miscellaneous photos
 
 
 
 
Members of the Secretariat (left) and the room where shelves and shelves of documents await distribution
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

 

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