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Climate Change Policy & Practice
Bonn Climate Change Conference - May 2012

14-25 May 2012 | Bonn, Germany

Summary of the Meeting
Sandea de Wet, South Africa (right), gets a standing ovation for serving as Interim ADP Chair
Jayant Moreshwar Mauskar, India, will co-chair the ADP until mid-2013 with Harald Dovland, Norway (who was not present at the final plenary)
Web Archives: 14 May * 15 May * 16 May * 17 May * 18 May *19 May * 21 May * 22 May * 23 May * 24 May * 25 May
 

Highlights from Friday, 25 May

On Friday, the closing plenaries of the SBI and SBSTA convened. The ADP convened in the morning and adopted the agenda. The meeting was then suspended to allow regional groups to consult further on the election of officers to the ADP Bureau. The nominations were finalized and the ADP reconvened in the afternoon and elected Jayant Moreshwar Mauskar, India (Asia-Pacific), and Harold Dovland, Norway (WEOG), as Co–Chairs and Oleg Shamanov, Russian Federation (Eastern Europe), as Rapporteur for 2012-2013. The ADP wrapped up it plenary at 8:21 pm. The SBI plenary then briefly reconvened to hear closing statements and adjourned at 9:26 pm.

ENB web coverage for Friday, 25 May

 
 

The ADP dais after the election of officers (l-r): Ambassador Nozipho Joyce Mxakato-Diseko, South Africa, UNFCCC Executive Secretary Christiana Figueres, Halldor Thorgeirsson, Secretariat, ADP Co-Chair Jayant Moreshwar Mauskar, India, Andrew Higham, Secretariat, and Rapporteur Oleg Shamanov, Russian Federation

ADP Rapporteur Oleg Shamanov, Russian Federation, and ADP Co-Chair Jayant Moreshwar Mauskar, India
ADP Co-Chair Jayant Moreshwar Mauskar, India (center), and Rapporteur Oleg Shamanov, Russian Federation (right)
 

A view of the ADP dais prior the convening of the evening session

Ambassador Nozipho Joyce Mxakato-Diseko, South Africa
Wael Hmaidan, Climate Action Network, during a press conference
 
 
 

The EU raises its flag during the morning ADP plenary to ask for time for further consultations on the ADP Chair (l-r): Christian Pilgaard Zinglersen, Peter Betts and Artur Runge-Metzger, EU

SBSTA Chair Richard Muyungi, Tanzania, during the closing SBSTA plenary

 

 
 

UNFCCC Executive Secretary Christiana Figueres, Youssef Nassef, SBI Coordinator, and SBI Chair Tomasz Chruszczow; Christiana Figueres intervenes to thank Secretariat staff Vitaly Matsarski and Kevin Grose (neither of whom are pictured here) for their many years of dedication to the UNFCCC Secretariat and to the process itself, as both are retiring.

Press conference with UNFCCC Executive Secretary Christiana Figueres

Naderev Sano, the Philippines, speaking for a number of developing countries in the ADP plenary
 
Quamrul Chowdhury, Bangladesh, in the closing SBI plenary
 
 

Highlights from Thursday, 24 May

In the afternoon, the AWG-KP closing plenary convened. The AWG-LCA closing plenary took place in the evening. In addition, a number of contact groups and informal consultations were held under the SBI, SBSTA, AWG-KP, AWG-LCA and the ADP throughout the day.

Read the ENB daily report with highlights from Thursday, 24 May, in English (in HTML or PDF format), French (in HTML or PDF format) and Japanese (in PDF format).

ENB web coverage for Thursday, 24 May

 
 
Negotiating the agenda in the ADP informal consultations, including Peter Betts, EU, Burhan Gafoor, Singapore, Maria del Socorro Flores Liera, Mexico, Guy Saint Jacques, Canada, and Franz Perrez, Switzerland

 

Delegates from Egypt, the Philippines, Saudi Arabia, Singapore, Brazil and the EU consulting on the ADP agenda

AWG-LCA Chair Aysar Tayeb and Daniel Klein, Secretariat, during the closing AWG-LCA plenary
AWG-KP Chair Madeleine Diouf during the closing AWG-KP plenary
 

Delegates discussing the mitigation workshop under the AWG-LCA

The European Union during the joint SBI/SBSTA forum on the impact of the implementation of response measures

 
Delegates from Saint Lucia and Nauru in the adaptation discussions
Delegates from Nicaragua, Venezuela and Bolivia during the ADP informal consultations
 

Press Conference: Third World Network: The Road from Bonn to Doha - An update on Politics, Policies and
Principles

Youth hold a silent protest on equity as the pathway to ambition

The ENB team speaks with UNFCCC Executive Secretary Christiana Figueres

 

Highlights from Wednesday, 23 May

A number of contact groups and informal consultations were held under the SBI, SBSTA, AWG-KP, AWG-LCA and the ADP throughout the day.

Read the ENB daily report with highlights from Wednesday, 23 May, in English (in HTML or PDF format), French (in HTML or PDF format) and Japanese (in PDF format).

ENB web coverage for Wednesday, 23 May

Youth delegates call for more ambition in the AWG-KP and AWG-LCA

A view of the dais during the open-ended informal consultations by the incoming-presidency of COP 18/CMP 8 on expectations for the Doha Conference (l-r): SBI Chair Tomasz Chruszczow, UNFCCC Executive Secretary Richard Kinley, Ambassador Khalid A-Khater, Qatar, and on behalf of the incoming COP Presidency, AWG-KP Chair Madeleine Diouf and AWG-LCA Chair Aysar Tayeb
Victoria Tauli-Corpuz, the Philippines, and Peter Graham, Canada, co-chairs of the SBSTA contact group on methodological guidance for REDD+

Delegates consulting during REDD+ negotiations

A view of the dais during the contact group on Annex I national communications with Co-Chairs Kiyoto Tanabe, Japan, and Julia Martinez, Mexico

 

Highlights from Tuesday, 22 May

In the morning, the ADP plenary convened. A number of contact groups and informal consultations were held under the SBI, SBSTA, AWG-KP, AWG-LCA and ADP throughout the day.

Read the ENB daily report with highlights from Tuesday, 22 May, in English (in HTML or PDF format), French (in HTML or PDF format) and Japanese (in PDF format).

ENB web coverage for Tuesday, 22 May

A view of the dais during the ADP plenary
The first meeting of the Durban Forum on Capacity Building (l-r): UNFCCC Executive Secretary Christiana Figueres, SBI Chair Tomasz Chruszczow, and Forum Co-Chairs Mas Goote, the Netherlands, and Dessima Williams, Grenada

Youth action calling for "Real Ambition Now!"

ADP interim Chair Sandea de Wet, South Africa, and Andrew Higham, ADP Secretary
Pa Ousman Jarju, the Gambia, speaking for the LDCs
 
 
 

AWG-LCA informal group on developing country mitigation: William Kojo Agyemang-Bonsu, Secretariat, Facilitator Gary Theseira, Malaysia, and Claudio Forner, Secretariat

 
Delegates from Albania during the informal group on developing country mitigation
Youth delegates in the first meeting of the Durban Platform on Capacity Building
 

AWG-LCA informal group on developed country mitigation facilitated by Andrej Kranjc, Slovenia

ADP Interim Chair Sandea de Wet, South Africa (center), during the ADP informal consultations

Delegates from Algeria and Indonesia during the ADP informal consultations

 
Poland is one of the candidates to host the Green Climate Fund
Switzerland presenting its offer to host the Green Climate Fund
 
 

Highlights from Monday, 21 May

In the morning and afternoon, the ADP in-session workshop took place. A number of contact groups and informal consultations were held under the SBI, SBSTA and AWG-LCA throughout the day.

Read the ENB daily report with highlights from Monday, 21 May, in English (in HTML or PDF format), French (in HTML or PDF format) and Japanese (in PDF format).

ENB web coverage for Monday, 21 May

Delgates consulting during the contact group on agriculture
A view of the dais during the ADP workshop enhancing mitigation ambition
The Fossil of the Day Award went to the US, Canada and China, who all tied for 1st place
Fossil of the Day Award
 

Panel discussion on opportunities for international cooperation and
mobilizing resources and support during the ADP workshop, with representatives from the Climate Group, ICLEI and Climate Action Network

 

Delgates from Sweden, Egypt and Norway in the Adaptation Fund contact group

Bernaditas Muller, the Philippines, intervening in the AWG-LCA contact group
 

Alexa Kleysteuber, Chile (second from right), facilitating the the AWG-LCA informal group on various approaches

 
Observers in the contact group on agriculture
Guy Saint-Jacques, Canada (left), Justin Lee, Australia (center), and Roger Lincoln, New Zealand (right)
 

European Union during the contact group on agriculture

 
The Republic of Korea is one of the candidates to host the Green Climate Fund
Namibia presenting its offer to host the Green Climate Fund
 
 

Highlights from Saturday, 19 May

In the morning, the plenary of the Ad Hoc Working Group on the Durban Platform for Enhanced Action (ADP) took place, and an in-session workshop was held under the AWG-LCA on a framework for various approaches. In the afternoon, an AWG LCA in-session workshop took place on the new market-based mechanism. In the morning and afternoon, a number of contact groups and informal consultations took place under the SBI, SBSTA, AWG-KP and AWG-LCA.

Read the ENB daily report with highlights from Saturday, 19 May, in English (in HTML or PDF format), French (in HTML or PDF format) and Japanese (in PDF format).

ENB web coverage for Saturday, 19 May

Members of the COP Presidency and the UNFCCC Secretariat after the ADP plenary
Khalid Muhammed Abuleif, Saudi Arabia (left)
Wei Su, China, and Peter Betts, EU
 
 
Ramiro Ramirez and Claudia Salerno, Venezuela, during the ADP plenary
 Selwin Hart, Barbados (left), intervening in the ADP plenary
 

A view of the dais during the AWG-LCA workshop on a framework for various approaches

 
Workshop on the new market-based mechanism: Co-Chairs Alexa Kleysteuber, Chile, and Clifford Mahlung, Jamaica
 
Germany in the closing SBSTA plenary
Jurgen Lefevere, Co-Facilitator of the AWG-KP spin-off group on numbers
 
Kishan Kumarsingh, Trinidad and Tobago, Burhan Gafoor, Singapore, and Maria del Socorro Flores Liera, Mexico
Gertraud Wollansky, Austria (right), facilitator on Review
 

A view of the dais during the SBSTA Research Dialogue

 

Highlights from Friday, 18 May

In the afternoon, the opening plenary of the Ad Hoc Working Group on the Durban Platform for Enhanced Action (ADP) reconvened. In the afternoon, an in-session workshop took place under the AWG-LCA to further the understanding of the diversity of NAMAs by developing countries. In the morning and afternoon, a number of contact groups and informal consultations took place under the SBI, SBSTA, AWG-KP and AWG-LCA.

Read the ENB daily report with highlights from Friday, 18 May, in English (in HTML or PDF format), French (in HTML or PDF format) and Japanese (in PDF format).

ENB web coverage for Friday, 18 May

YOUNGO action: tug-of-war between a "clean, just future and the dirty industry lobby"
Jonathan Pershing, US (right), with Ambassador Nozipho Joyce Mxakato-Diseko, South Africa, and members of the Secretariat
Delegates from China, India and Saudi Arabia during the ADP
Sai Navoti, Nauru, speaking for AOSIS, during the ADP plenary
 
 
 

A view of the dais during the ADP plenary (l-r): UNFCCC Executive Secretary Christiana Figueres, Halldor Thorgeirsson, Secretariat, UNFCCC Deputy Executive Secretary Richard Kinley, COP Vice-President Robert Van Lierop, Suriname, Ambassador Nozipho Joyce Mxakato-Diseko, South Africa, and Andrew Higham, Secretariat

 
MJ Mace, Saint Lucia, making a presentation on behalf of AOSIS, during the workshop to further the understanding of the diversity of NAMAs, underlying assumptions and any support needed for their implementation 
 
Yong Gun-Kim, Korea Environment Institute, Republic of Korea, during the workshop to further the understanding of the diversity of NAMAs, underlying assumptions and any support needed for their implementation 
 

Delegates during the informal group on loss and damage

Zou Ji, China, facilitator of the AWG-LCA informal group on shared vision

Kamel Djemouai, Algeria, speaking for the African Group during the AWG-LCA contact group
 
Lucas Di Petro, Argentina, and Don Lemmen, Canada, co-chairs of the informal group on loss and damage
 
 

Highlights from Thursday, 17 May

In the morning and afternoon, the opening plenary of the Ad Hoc Working Group on the Durban Platform for Enhanced Action (ADP) was held. The AWG-LCA opening plenary also convened in the evening. In the afternoon, an in-session workshop took place under the AWG-LCA on developed countries’ quantified economy-wide emission reduction targets and related assumptions and conditions. In the morning and afternoon, a number of contact groups and informal consultations took place under the SBI and SBSTA.

Read the ENB daily report with highlights from Thursday, 17 May, in English (in HTML or PDF format), French (in HTML or PDF format) and Japanese (in PDF format).

ENB web coverage for Thursday, 17 May

COP President Maite Nkoana-Mashabane with Ambassador Nozipho Joyce Mxakato-Diseke, South Africa

A view of the room during the opening of the ADP plenary

COP President Maite Nkoana-Mashabane addresses the ADP
UNFCCC Executive Secretary Christiana Figueres
 

Tosi Mpanu-Mpanu, Democratic Republic of Congo, speaking for COMIFAC

 
Henrik Harboe, Norway, during the ADP plenary
Bangladesh intervenes during the ADP plenary
 

Observer organizations during the ADP plenary

 
 

Mark Radka, UNEP, makes a presentation on the CTCN during the informal consultations on technology transfer, with Co-Chairs Zitouni Ould-Dada, UK, and Carlos Fuller, Belize

 
 

A view of the dais during the consultations by the Co-Chairs of the work programme on long-term finance: Co-Chairs Goerg Borsting, Norway, and Zaheer Fakir, South Africa

 
 

A view of the dais during the AWG-LCA workshop on clarification of the developed country Parties' quantified economy-wide emission reduction targets and related assumptions and conditions

 

Highlights from Wednesday, 16 May

In the morning and afternoon, a number of contact groups and informal consultations took place under the AWG-KP, SBI and SBSTA. Under the AWG-LCA, an in-session workshop on equitable access to sustainable development was held.

Read the ENB daily report with highlights from Wednesday, 16 May, in English (in HTML or PDF format), French (in HTML or PDF format) and Japanese (in PDF format).

ENB web coverage for Wednesday, 16 May

AWG-LCA Chair Aysar Tayeb consulting with Franz Perrez, Switzerland, and Peter Betts, EU, on the organization of work for the AWG-LCA
Prodipto Ghosh, The Energy and Resources Institute (TERI), during the workshop on equitable access to sustainable development
Martin Khor, South Centre, during the workshop on equitable access to sustainable development
 

Sivan Kartha, Stockholm Environment Institute, discusses some key notions relating to equity in the context
of climate change

AWG-LCA Chair Aysar Tayeb during the informal consultations on the agenda

Jonathan Pershing, US, making a presentation during the equity workshop

Contact group on appeals against CDM Executive Board decisions

 
André Odenbreit Carvalho, Brazil
Sai Navoti, Nauru, speaking for AOSIS, makes a presentation during the equity workshop
 
 
Co-Facilitators of the AWG-KP spin-off group on numbers Sandea de Wet, South Africa, and Jürgen Lefevere, EU
Delegates from Kuwait during the AWG-KP spin-off group on numbers
 

A view of the dais during the contact group on the Prototype of the NAMA Registry with Co-Chairs Elina Bardram, EU, and Wondwossen Sintayehu, Ethiopia

LULUCF contact group with Co-Chairs Peter Iversen, Denmark, and Marcelo Rocha, Brazil

 

Highlights from Tuesday, 15 May

In the morning, the opening plenary of the Ad Hoc Working Group on Further Commitments for Annex I Parties under the Kyoto Protocol (AWG-KP) took place. In the morning and afternoon, the Ad Hoc Working Group on Long-term Cooperative Action under the Convention (AWG-LCA) convened. In the morning and afternoon, various contact groups and informal consultations were held under the AWG-KP, the Subsidiary Body for Implementation (SBI) and the Subsidiary Body for Scientific and Technological Advice (SBSTA).

Read the ENB daily report with highlights from Tuesday, 15 May, in English (in HTML or PDF format), French (in HTML or PDF format) and Japanese (in PDF format).

ENB web coverage for Tuesday, 15 May

Jonathan Pershing, US (center), and other members of the US delegation speaking with Burhan Gafoor, Singapore (left) about the AWG-LCA agenda and organization of work
A view of the dais during the AWG-LCA plenary: Halldor Thorgeirsson, Secretariat, Olga Pilifosova, Secretariat, AWG-LCA Chair Aysar Tayeb, and Daniel Klein, Secretariat

 

AWG-KP Chair Madeleine Diouf, Senegal
Ahmed Ihab Gamaleldin, Egypt (right), spoke on behalf of the Arab Group during the AWG-LCA plenary
 
Informal consultations on national adaptation plans: Co-Chairs Amjad Addulla, Maldives, and Richard Merzian, Australia, and Tiffany Hodgson, Secretariat
 
 
Contact group on general guidelines for domestic MRV: William Agyemang-Bonsu, Secretariat, Claudio Forner, Secretariat, and Co-Chairs Helen Plume, New Zealand, and Quiang Liu, China

A view of the room during the contact group on general guidelines for domestic MRV

Informal group on other matters relating to finance: Alejandro Kilpatrick, Secretariat, Co-Chairs Ana Fornells de Frutos, Spain, and Suzanty Sitorus, Indonesia, and Luis Dávila, Secretariat
 

Highlights from Monday, 14 May

In the morning, the opening plenary of the Ad Hoc Working Group on Further Commitments for Annex I Parties under the Kyoto Protocol (AWG-KP) took place. In the morning and afternoon, the Ad Hoc Working Group on Long-term Cooperative Action under the Convention (AWG-LCA) convened. In the morning and afternoon, various contact groups and informal consultations were held under the AWG-KP, the Subsidiary Body for Implementation (SBI) and the Subsidiary Body for Scientific and Technological Advice (SBSTA).

Read the ENB daily report with highlights from Monday, 14 May, in English (in HTML or PDF format), French (in HTML or PDF format) and Japanese (in PDF format).

ENB web coverage for Monday, 14 May

UNFCCC Executive Secretary Christiana Figueres during the opening press conference
Henning Wuester and Robert Dixon, Interim Secretariat of the Green Climate Fund
Graham Reeder, College of the Atlantic, speaking for Youth
 

Justin Lee, Australian Ambassador for Climate Change

Youssef Nassef, SBI Coordinator, and SBI Chair Thomasz Chruszczow, Poland
Justin Lee, Australian Ambassador for Climate Change, with Oleg Shamanov, Russian Federation, who proposed that a contact group be established to discuss the nomination process for new bodies
Mourad Benmehidi, Algeria, Chair of the G-77/China
 
Delegates during the SBSTA proceedings
Jonathan Pershing, Deputy Envoy for Climate Change, US, and Khalid Abuleif, Head of the Saudi Arabian delegation
 

SBSTA Chair Richard Muyungi, Tanzania (right)

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