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42nd Session of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC-42)

5-8 October 2015 | Dubrovnik, Croatia


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Delegates at the start of the IPCC-42 meeting in Dubrovnik, Croatia

On Monday, 5 October, the 42nd Session of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC-42) commenced in Dubrovnik, Croatia. Following a brief opening session, the panel adopted its agenda and began consideration of agenda items. In the morning the Panel considered matters related to conflicts of interest (COI), nominations, electronic voting, the IPCC programme and budget, admission of observer organizations and adoption of the draft report of IPCC-41.

In the afternoon, the IPCC addressed agenda sub-items on: communication and outreach activities; the IPCC scholarship programme; the Expert Meeting on Climate Change, Food and Agriculture; matters related to the Task Group on Scenarios for Impacts and Climate Analysis (TGICA); matters related to the Task Force on National Greenhouse Inventories (TFI); the Workshop on Regional Climate Projections and Their Use in Impacts and Risk Analysis Studies; and an update on the decision pathway for consideration of requests from researchers for access to non-public material or meetings.

IISD Reporting Services, through its ENB Meeting Coverage, provided daily web coverage and a summary and analysis report from the 42nd Session of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC-42), which took place from 5 to 8 October 2015 from Dubrovnik, Croatia. Our summary and analysis report is available in HTML and PDF.



Opening Ceremony


Panelists during the opening ceremony


Merlyn Van Voore, Special Advisor on Climate Change to the Executive Director of UN Environment Programme (UNEP)

Jeremiah Lengoasa, Deputy Secretary-General,
World Meteorological Organization (WMO)


Ismail El Gizouli, Acting Chair of the IPCC

Florin Vladu, Adaptation Programme
Manager, UN Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC)

Mihael Zmajlović, Minister of Environment and Nature Protection, Croatia


Delegates before the opening ceremony


Raphaël Cuvelier, Monaco

José Ramón Picatoste Ruggeroni, Spain


Paul Oquist Kelley, Nicaragua

Øyvind Christophersen, Norway

Taha M. Zatari, Saudia Arabia


Karen Dodds, Canada

Lutz Morgenstern, Germany


Gary Theseira, Malaysia

Helen Plume, New Zealand

Cherif Diop, Senegal



Afternoon Plenary


Panelists (L-R): Carlos Martin-Novella, IPCC Deputy Secretary; Bruce Stewart, Acting IPCC
Secretary; Ismail El Gizouli, Acting Chair of the IPCC


Jonathan Lynn, Head of Communications and
Media Relations, IPCC Secretariat

Christopher Field, Working Group II Co-Chair


Birama Diarra, Mali

Liliam Ballón Amézaga, Peru


Sergey Semenov, Russian Federation

Álvaro Gabriel Zopatti, Argentina

Rishi Ram Sharma, Nepal


Thelma Krug, Task Force on National Greenhouse
Gas Inventories (TFI) Co-Chair

Ramón Pichs-Madruga, Working Group III Co-Chair


Timothy Carter, Task Group on Scenarios for Impacts
and Climate Analysis (TGICA) Co-Chair

Bruce Hewitson, Task Group on Scenarios for Impacts
and Climate Analysis (TGICA) Co-Chair


Between Sessions






Around the Venue



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