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

2-13 June 2008
Bonn, Germany

Highlights from Monday, 9 June

On Monday, contact groups and informal consultations were held on a range of issues, including on mitigation and a “shared vision” under the AWG-LCA, mechanisms and LULUCF under the AWG-KP, carbon capture and storage, decision 1/CP.10 (Buenos Aires programme of work), review of the financial mechanism, non-Annex I communications, reducing emissions from deforestation in developing countries and technology transfer. Photo: The AWG-KP contact group room was filled to capacity.

 

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Contact Group: AWG-LCA: Shared vision
 
Alina Averchenkova, UNFCCC Secretariat, Halldor Thorgeirsson, UNFCCC Secretariat, AWG-LCA Chair Luiz Machado, and Olga Pilifosova, UNFCCC Secretariat
 
 

Bill Hare, Greenpeace International (left), said a shared vision should be based on fairness and equity, and be ambitious. Bernaditas Muller, speaking for the G-77/China (right), said a shared vision means developed countries taking the lead in reducing emissions, and developing countries pursuing a clean development path avoiding past mistakes, with adaptation as an integral element.

 
 
AWG-LCA Chair Machado, Halldor Thorgiesson, and AWG Vice-Chair Michael Zammit Cutajar (left photo) and delegates from India and Norway (right photo)
 
 
Harlan Watson, US (left), said a long-term goal should be global, realistic, consistent with recent changes in economic development, based on science and aspirational. ENB writer Yulia Yamineva with Bill Hare, Greenpeace International (right).
 
 
The Swiss delegation during the AWG-LCA contact group.
 
Contact Group: AWG-LCA-Mitigation
 
 
Indonesia (left) said that developed countries should take the lead and supported voluntary actions by developing countries. Aysar Tayeb, Saudi Arabia (right), underlined economic and social consequences of mitigation actions.
 
 
AWG-LCA Luiz Machado with Thomas Becker, EU (left photo), and Chinese delegates speak with Bernaditas Muller from the Philippines (right photo)
 

Joint Contact Group: AWG-KP: Mechanisms and LULUCF

 
 
Bryan Smith and Christiana Figueres Olsen co-chaired the Joint Contact Group on Mechanisms and LULUCF
 
 
Ian Fry, Tuvalu, and Audun Rosland, Norway (left photo), and delegates from the Russian Federation (right photo)
 
 
Contact Group: Review of the Financial Mechanism
 
 
Jozef Buys, EU, speaking with Co-Chairs Bubu Jallow and Tina Guthrie (left) and Co-Chair Guthrie uses the gavel during the contact group
 
 
Fossil of the Week Award
 
 
CAN awarded three Fossil of the Week Awards to Japan (right), who received second place, and Australia (third place) and Canada (bottom right), who received first place.
 
 
Miscellaneous Photos
   
 
 
 
 
 

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