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28th Sessions of the UNFCCC Subsidiary Bodies and Sessions of the AWGs

2-13 June 2008
Bonn, Germany

Highlights from Thursday, 12 June

On Thursday, the AWG-LCA and AWG-KP reconvened in plenary sessions in the afternoon and evening to complete their work. The plenary sessions followed meetings of several contact groups and informal consultations throughout the day aimed at finalizing texts on outstanding issues such as the mechanisms under the AWG-KP, as well as several outstanding items under the SBI and SBSTA. Photo: AWG-KP Chair Harald Dovland, Norway, and AWG-LCA Chair Luiz Machado, Brazil

 

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AWG-LCA: Plenary
 
Richard Kinley, Deputy Executive Secretary, and AWG-LCA Chair Luiz Machado (left)
 
 
Thomas Becker, EU, intervening during the closing plenary (left). Byron Blake, Antigua and Barbuda, for the G-77/China, speaking to delegates after the adjournment of the session (right).
 
 
AWG-KP: Plenary
 
 
Venezuela (left) called for “universalization” of the Protocol, stating that only one country with historical responsibility for greenhouse gas emissions has not ratified it. She stressed that cutting emissions by 2050 is not compatible with the sense of urgency to combat climate change. Artur Runge-Metzger, EU (right), said he had hoped for more progress in Bonn, predicted that further discussions would be difficult, and stressed his preparedness to work in Accra. He underscored the need to be innovative and open-minded to achieve an ambitious level of emission reductions.
 

Contact Group: AWG-KP: Other issues

 
 
Katia Simeonova, UNFCCC Secretariat, AWG-KP Harald Dovland, and Claudio Forner, UNFCCC Secretariat
 
Contact Group: AWG-KP: Mechanisms
 
 
Claudio Forner, UNFCCC Secretariat, and Co-Chairs Nuno Lacasta, Portugal, and Christiana Figueres Olsen, Costa Rica
 
Contact Group: Review of the Financial Mechanism
 
 
Co-Chair Bubu Jallow, Gambia, Yolando Velasco, Secretariat, and ?? Secretariat (left) and Jozef Buys, EU, and Rawlston Moore. GEF
 
 
Jozef Buys, EU, and Bernaditas Muller, G-77/China (left) and Bonnie Biagini, GEF (right)
 

Contact Group: Non-Annex I Communications

 
 
Brazil speaks with Co-Chair Nicole Wilke, Germany, and Dominique Revet, UNFCCC Secretariat
 
 
Contact Group: I/CP.10
 
 
Annett Moehner, UNFCCC Secretariat, and Chair Leon Charles, Grenada
 
 
Miscellaneous Photos
 
 
Miquel Munoz and Chris Spence, ENB, speak with UNFCCC Executive Secretary Yvo de Boer
 
 
 
 
 
 

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