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Bonn Climate Change Conference - June 2014

4-15 June 2014 | Bonn, Germany

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The G-77/China celebrates its 50th Anniversary, with Rene Orellana, Bolivia and G-77/China Chair, and UNFCCC Executive Secretary Christiana Figueres

The Bonn Climate Change Conference of the UN Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC) concluded on Sunday, 15 June. The Subsidiary Body for Implementation (SBI) resumed its closing plenary to finish adopting conclusions on various agenda items and to hear closing statements. The fortieth session of the SBI (SBI 40) was gaveled to a close at 12.19pm.

The Subsidiary Body for Scientific and Technological Advice (SBSTA) convened for its closing plenary, adopting a number of conclusions on various agenda issues, before listening to closing statements from parties and observers. The fortieth session of the SBSTA (SBSTA 40) was gaveled closed at 12:51pm.

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Sunday, 15 June 2014

 

* Web coverage for Sunday, 15 June

Rene Orellana, Bolivia and Chair of the G-77/China, and UNFCCC Executive Secretary Christiana Figueres

Birthday cake for the G-77/China
G-77/China members taking photos of the birthday cake
 
Franz Perrez, Switzerland, Raphael Azeredo, Brazil, UNFCCC Executive Secretary Christiana Figueres, and Burhan Gafoor, Singapore

SBI Coordinator Katia Simeonova and SBI Chair Amena Yauvoli

A view of the dais during the closing SBSTA plenary

Saturday, 14 June 2014

 

The Bonn Climate Change Conference of the UN Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC) continued on Saturday, 14 June. The Ad Hoc Working Group on the Durban Platform for Enhanced Action (ADP) convened in the morning in a contact group to continue discussions on workstream 2 (pre-2020 ambition) and to close the Technical Expert Meetings (TEMs), as well as to address other issues. On workstream 2, the contact group addressed ways to increase pre-2020 ambition and ideas for future TEMs, such as on carbon capture and storage, carbon pricing and transportation. On other issues, the ADP contact group discussed inter-relationships and cross-linkages between elements, and timing of various processes.

A number of informal consultations and contact groups under the Subsidiary Body for Implementation (SBI) and the Subsidiary Body for Scientific and Technological Advice (SBSTA) also took place throughout the day.

The SBI closing plenary convened briefly in the evening to adopt conclusions on some items, and will reconvene in the morning to finish its work.

The ADP closing plenary was convened in the evening, ADP Co-Chair Kishan Kumarsingh (Trinidad and Tobago) summarized the work of the ADP at this session and outlined the work the Co-Chairs will undertake intersessionally in advance of the next meeting from 20-25 October 2014. The ADP closing plenary was suspended at 7:59 pm.

* Web coverage for Saturday, 14 June

ADP Co-Chairs Kishan Kumarsingh and Artur Runge-Metzger during the ADP's closing plenary

Oleg Shamanov, Russian Federation
UNFCCC Executive Secretary Christiana Figueres with ADP Co-Chairs Artur Runge-Metzger and Kishan Kumarsingh, following the closing of the ADP plenary

Members of the Independent Alliance of Latin America and the Caribbean (AILAC)

Hiroshi Minami, Japan, and Franz Perrez, Switzerland
Jurgen Lefevere, EU

Youth NGOs ask delegates to write "We support net 0" in all languages

A view of the dais during the closing plenary

ADP Co-Chairs Kishan Kumarsingh and Artur Runge-Metzger during Saturday evening's closing plenary

Climate Action Network press conference: Li Shuo, Greenpeace China, and Rixa Schwarz, Germanwatch
Ian Fry, Tuvalu

Friday, 13 June 2014

 

The Bonn Climate Change Conference of the UN Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC) continued on Friday, 13 June. The Ad Hoc Working Group on the Durban Platform for Enhanced Action (ADP) convened in the morning in a contact group to continue discussions on workstream 2 (pre-2020 ambition) and intended nationally determined contributions (INDCs), as well as to address other issues.

On workstream 2, the ADP contact group emphasized the importance of workstream 2 for engendering trust under workstream 1 (2015 agreement) and considered the Thematic Expert Meetings (TEMs), including the ones held in March 2014 on renewable energy and energy efficiency, and the TEMs held during this session on urban environments and land use. On INDCs, the ADP contact group discussed the definition and scope of INDCs, ex ante and/or ex post review or assessment, and the timeline and information required for submission of INDCs. On other issues, the contact group explored the entire cycle of future contributions and commitments under the new agreement, including assessment and review, duration of these cycles and compliance.

The Durban Forum on Capacity Building convened in the afternoon,with participants sharing experiences, best practices and lessons learned regarding the implementation of capacity-building activities in developing countries. A number of informal consultations and contact groups under the Subsidiary Body for Implementation (SBI) and the Subsidiary Body for Scientific and Technological Advice (SBSTA) also took place throughout the day.

* Web coverage for Friday, 13 June

A view of the dais following the morning ADP contact group meeting: Marcela Main, ADP Secretary; Halldór Thorgeirsson, UNFCCC Secretariat; and ADP Co-Chairs Artur Runge-Metzger and Kishan Kumarsingh
Jacob Werksman, EU, Raphael Azeredo, Brazil, and Peter Betts, EU
Trigg Talley, US, and Peter Betts, EU

ADP Co-Chairs Artur Runge-Metzger and Kishan Kumarsingh

UNFCCC Executive Secretary Christiana Figueres and Nick Nuttall, Communications Coordinator, UNFCCC Secretariat, speaking with the ENB team

ADP Co-Chairs' diagram on the process for national contributions leading to and beyond 2015

Thursday, 12 June 2014

 

The Bonn Climate Change Conference of the UN Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC) continued on Thursday, 12 June. The Ad Hoc Working Group on the Durban Platform for Enhanced Action (ADP) convened in the morning in a contact group to discuss workstream 2 (pre-2020 ambition), and to continue discussions on intended nationally-determined contributions (INDCs). A follow-up session on the Thematic Expert Meetings (TEMs) that took place during the fourth session of the second meeting of the ADP (ADP 2-4) on renewable energy (RE) and energy efficiency (EE) took place, during which partner organizations presented on actions they have taken since March 2014, and delegates discussed ways to take the work of the TEMs forward.

In the afternoon, a stocktaking plenary assessed progress under the ADP, where delegates, inter alia, addressed how to identify and elaborate elements of the 2015 agreement. During the plenary, briefings were presented on Subsidiary Body for Implementation (SBI), Subsidiary Body for Scientific and Technological Advice (SBSTA) and Green Climate Fund (GCF) work relevant to the ADP.

The second part of the In-session Workshop on Long-Term Climate Finance convened in the morning addressing: strategies and approaches for scaled-up climate finance from 2014-2020; cooperation on enhanced enabling environments and support for readiness activities; and needs for support to developing countries.

The first two parts of the 3rd Meeting of the Durban Forum on Capacity Building took place. Throughout the day, participants discussed enhancing and creating enabling environments, building capacity to mitigate, and assessing options for, and implementation of, mitigation measures. A number of informal consultations and contact groups under the SBI and SBSTA also took place.

* Web coverage for Thursday, 12 June

A view of the dais during the ADP afternoon stocktaking plenary session
Su Wei, China, during the ADP stocktaking plenary
UNFCCC Executive Secretary Christiana Figueres and SBI Chair Amena Yauvoli in the Durban Forum on Capacity Building

Youth delegates engaged in a football game with Team Carbon playing Team Net Zero and called on parties to choose between fossil fuel dependency and a clean and equitable future

Durban Forum on Capacity Building (l-r): UNFCCC Executive Secretary Christiana Figueres; SBI Chair Amena Yauvoli; Koko Warner, United Nations University; and Co-Facilitator Ian Fry, Tuvalu

Yolando Valesco, UNFCCC Secretariat, and Zaheer Fakir, South Africa, in the In-session Workshop on Long-term Climate Finance
Benoît Lebot, International Partnership for Energy Efficiency Cooperation (IPEEC), during the session on TEM follow up

The In-session Workshop on Long-term Climate Finance met in breakout groups to discuss the issues in more depth

Wednesday, 11 June 2014

 

The Bonn Climate Change Conference of the UN Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC) continued on Wednesday, 11 June.

The Ad Hoc Working Group on the Durban Platform for Enhanced Action (ADP) convened in a contact group throughout the day, and focused on transparency of action and support, and intended nationally determined contributions (INDCs). Transparency discussions addressed differentiation; transparency of action and support; and accounting rules. During INDC discussions, interventions covered: the definition of INDCs; key aspects of INDCs; scope of INDCs; and the process for developing INDCs.

Under ADP workstream 2 (pre-2020 ambition), the Thematic Expert Meeting (TEM) on Land Use took place throughout the day, and focused on: policies, practices and technology; implementing actions, including finance, technology and capacity building; and ways forward.

The third part of the 2nd Dialogue on Article 6 (education, training and public awareness) took place in the morning, and the first part of the In-session Workshop on Long-term Climate Finance convened in the afternoon, addressing the subject of updated strategies and approaches for scaled-up climate finance from 2014-2020.

A number of informal consultations and contact groups under the Subsidiary Body for Implementation (SBI) and the Subsidiary Body for Scientific and Technological Advice (SBSTA) also took place.

* Web coverage for Wednesday, 11 June

Technology Executive Committee Co-Chair Kunihiko Shimada intervening in the TEM
Adriano Santhiago de Oliveira, Brazil, in the TEM on land use

Hamid Al Sadoon, Saudi Arabia, intervenes in the ADP contact group on INDCs

A view of the dais during the the TEM on Land Use

Zitouni Ould-Dada, Climate Technology Centre and Network
Co-Facilitators of the 2nd Dialogue on Article 6 of the Convention: Paul Watkinson, France, and Renilde Ndayishimiye, Burundi

Tuesday, 10 June 2014

 

The Bonn Climate Change Conference of the UN Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC) continued on Tuesday, 10 June.

The Ad Hoc Working Group on the Durban Platform for Enhanced Action (ADP) convened in a contact group throughout the day, and focused on finance, capacity building and technology. On finance, the contact group addressed: the level of finance; the legal nature of the commitment; finance for adaptation; institutional mechanisms, including the Green Climate Fund (GCF); transparency; and sources of finance.

Under ADP workstream 2 (pre-2020 ambition), the Forum on Experiences and Best Practices of Cities and Municipal Authorities in Relation to Adaptation and Mitigation took place in the morning, while the Thematic Expert Meeting (TEM) on Urban Environments took place in the afternoon and evening. The Forum discussed low-carbon development policies being successfully implemented at the sub-national level, as well as challenges faced by cities and ways the 2015 agreement could engage municipal authorities. The TEM focused on showcasing initiatives, good practices and policy options, as well as on ways to support and scale up feasible policy options to ensure sustainable urban development.

A number of informal consultations and contact groups under the Subsidiary Body for Implementation (SBI) and the Subsidiary Body for Scientific and Technological Advice (SBSTA) also took place.

* Web coverage for Tuesday, 10 June

ADP Forum on Experiences and Best Practices of Cities and Subnational Authorities: UNFCCCC Executive Secretary Christiana Figueres; Forum Chair Aisa Kirabo Kacyira, Deputy Executive Director, UN-HABITAT; and Tomasz Chruszczow, Special Envoy for Climate Change, Poland
Mark Kenber, The Climate Group, during the ADP Forum on Cities and Subnational Authorities
ADP Co-Chair Artur Runge-Metzger and Alden Meyer, Union of Concerned Scientists, in the ADP
Louise Bedsworth, State of California, US, in the ADP Forum on Cities and Subnational Authorities
Brian Kilkelly, CEO, World Cities Network, facilitated the TEM on Urban Environment

Sunday, 8 June 2014

 

The Bonn Climate Change Conference of the UN Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC) continued on Sunday, 8 June. The Ad Hoc Working Group on the Durban Platform for Enhanced Action (ADP) convened in a contact group throughout the day for sessions focused on mitigation. Discussions focused on procedural issues, including whether the ADP Co-Chairs intend to break into informal consultations on various elements of the 2015 agreement and on the timing and process of developing draft negotiation text. Substantive interventions addressed the nature and scope of INDCs, including a review process, and how to reflect INDCs in a COP 20 outcome.

The third and fourth parts of the third meeting of the structured expert dialogue (SED) on the 2013-2015 Review took place in the morning and afternoon and the second part of the 2nd Dialogue on Article 6 (education, training and public awareness) of the Convention took place in the morning. The SED discussed the conclusions of the IPCC WGIII report, including on: the adequacy of the global goal, including sectoral and cross-sectoral mitigation and performance of climate policies; overall progress toward the global goal, including trends in stocks and flows of GHGs, mitigation value judgment and equity concepts; and finance issues.

During lunch, the incoming COP presidency hosted open-ended informal consultations on the expectations for COP 20 in Lima, Peru. Parties, observer organizations and civil society outlined their expectations for the COP 20 outcome.

In the morning, open-ended informal consultations on a COP agenda item on decision-making in the UNFCCC process continued, as mandated by COP 19. Numerous informal consultations and contact groups under the Subsidiary Body for Implementation (SBI) and the SBSTA also took place.

* Web coverage for Sunday, 8 June

UNFCCC Executive Secretary Christiana Figueres and President-designate for COP 20, Minister Manuel Pulgar-Vidal, during open-ended informal consultations on expectations for Lima

A view of the dais during the open-ended informal consultations by the President-designate for COP 20, Minister Manuel Pulgar-Vidal, on expectations for Lima

A view of the dais during SED 3 on the 2013-2015 Review (l-r): Gabriel Blanco, IPCC Lead Author; Sivan Kartha, IPCC Lead Author; IPCC WGIII Co-Chair Ottmar Edenhofer; SED Co-Chairs Andreas Fischlin, Switzerland, and Zou Ji, China; Florin Vladu, UNFCCC Secretariat; and Luis Gómez Echeverría, IPCC Lead Author

Jo Tyndall, New Zealand, in the ADP
Nicole Wilke, Germany, and Jo Tyndall, New Zealand
A view of the room during the ADP contact group
Sandea de Wet, South Africa
Franz Perrez, Switzerland, and Khalid M. Abuleif, Saudi Arabia
A view of the presentation in the SED by Gabriel Blanco, IPCC Lead Author, who discussed trends in stocks and flows

Saturday, 7 June 2014

 

The Bonn Climate Change Conference of the UN Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC) continued on Saturday, 7 June, in Bonn, Germany. The Ad Hoc Working Group on the Durban Platform for Enhanced Action (ADP) contact group convened throughout the day, for sessions focused on adaptation.

Discussions in the contact group discussed procedural issues on linkages across elements, scope of intended nationally determined contributions (INDCs) and development of a draft text. On adaptation, the contact group began discussing elements of a possible negotiating text, addressing the Co-Chair's guiding questions on: long-term and collective aspects of adaptation; commitments and contributions; and institutional arrangements, cooperation and coordination.

The second part of the third meeting of the structured expert dialogue (SED), which took place in the morning, discussed the second theme of the 2013-2015 Review, namely the overall progress made toward achieving the long-term global goal, including consideration of commitments under the Convention, highlighting issues such as adaptation needs and costs, and the relationship between mitigation and adaptation. The Subsidiary Body for Scientific and Technological Advice (SBSTA) Research Dialogue convened in the afternoon.

During lunch, the incoming COP presidency outlined logistical arrangements for COP 20, in Lima, Peru, and Venezuela presented on the social pre-COPs taking place in July and November. A number of informal consultations and contact groups under the Subsidiary Body for Implementation (SBI) and SBSTA also took place. In the morning, open-ended informal consultations on a COP agenda item on decision-making in the UNFCCC process began, as mandated by COP 19, during which parties exchanged views on possible outcomes for these consultations in Lima.

* Web coverage for Saturday, 7 June

A view of the room during the incoming COP presidency's presentation on logistical arrangements for COP 20 in Lima, Peru
Justin Lee, Ambassador for Climate Change, Australia (left), in the ADP contact group
Claudia Salerno, Venezuela, during a presentation on the July and November pre-COPs

Submission of proposed REDD+ forest reference emission level by Brazil to UNFCCC Executive Secretary Christiana Figueres

SED 3 on the 2013-2015 Review: IPCC Lead Authors Lennart Olsson and Purnamita Dasgupta and IPCC WGII Co-Chair Chris Field

Friday, 6 June 2014

 

The Bonn Climate Change Conference of the UN Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC) continued on Friday, 6 June. A high-level ministerial dialogue on the Durban Platform for Enhanced Action took place throughout the day, providing ministers with the opportunity to discuss: implementation of pledges made, encouraging new pledges and unlocking mitigation potential pre-2020; views on the political implications of Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) findings for both mitigation and adaptation; building confidence and momentum behind the process of preparations of fair and ambitious intended nationally determined contributions; and political guidance and support for the work of the Ad Hoc Working Group on the Durban Platform for Enhanced Action (ADP).

The first part of the third meeting of the structured expert dialogue (SED 3) on the 2013-2015 Review took place in the afternoon. SED 3 “set the scene” considering issues, such as: findings and approaches of the AR5 WGII relevant to the 2013–2015 review; human interference with the climate system in view of a long-term global goal; and observed global and regional impacts, projected key risks, and potential for adaptation.

A number of informal consultations and contact groups under the Subsidiary Body for Implementation (SBI) and the Subsidiary Body for Scientific and Technological Advice (SBSTA) also took place. In the evening, the opening session of the SBSTA plenary resumed to hear opening statements.

* Web coverage for Friday, 6 June

Members of the UNFCCC Secretariat, and the COP 19 and COP 20 Presidency teams
Barbara Hendricks, Federal Minister for the Environment, Nature Conservation, Building and Nuclear Safety, Germany, speaks with Xie Zhenhua, Minister/Vice-Chairman, National Development and Reform Commission, China
Wilma Mansveld, Minister for the Environment, the Netherlands, and Xie Zhenhua, Minister/Vice-Chairman, National Development and Reform Commission, China

Dais during the Ministerial Dialogue on the ADP (l-r): COP 19 President Marcin Korolec, incoming COP 20 President Manuel Pulgar-Vidal, and ADP Co-Chairs Kishan Kumarsingh and Artur Runge-Metzger

Connie Hedegaard, European Commissioner for Climate Action
Ali Ibrahim Al-Naimi, Minister of Petroleum and Mineral Resources, and Khalid M. Abuleif, Saudi Arabia
Godwin Uyi Ojo, Friends of the Earth Nigeria, presenting the Volveremos Declaration, which calls on delegates to "stand with us or step aside"
NGOs ask delegates to support their Volveremos campaign to "stand with us or step aside"
Steve Howard, Chief Sustainability Officer, IKEA Group, and COP 19 President Marcin Korolec
Mark Kenber, The Climate Group, and incoming COP 20 President Manuel Pulgar-Vidal at the special lunch event: Economic Opportunity Through Ambitious Climate Action: A Ministerial/Private Sector Discussion

Thursday, 5 June 2014

 

The Bonn Climate Change Conference of the UN Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC) continued on Thursday, 5 June. In the morning, the first meeting of the contact group under the Ad Hoc Working Group on the Durban Platform for Enhanced Action (ADP) convened. The ADP Co-Chairs outlined the organization of work for the contact group and presented a draft decision text on communication of intended nationally determined contributions of parties in the context of the 2015 agreement for consideration by delegates.

A high-level ministerial roundtable on increased ambition of Kyoto Protocol commitments took place throughout the day, providing ministers with the chance to take stock of the implementation of the second commitment period of the Kyoto Protocol and address ways to increase ambition.

The first session of the Second Dialogue on Convention Article 6 (education, training and public awareness) and a workshop on the nationally appropriate mitigation actions (NAMA) work programme also took place. The Dialogue event focused on public participation, addressing good practices and lessons learned in fostering public participation and the value of public participation in climate change policy decision-making and action. The NAMA workshop was structured around the three focal areas of the work programme to further the understanding of the diversity of NAMAs: information on technical issues; support for preparing and implementing NAMAs; and matching NAMAs with support under the registry.

A number of informal consultations under the Subsidiary Body for Implementation (SBI) and the Subsidiary Body for Scientific and Technological Advice (SBSTA) also took place.

* Web coverage for Thursday, 5 June

Ministerial roundtable on increased ambition of Kyoto Protocol commitments: Co-Chairs COP 19 President Marcin Korolec, Poland, and incoming COP 20 President Manuel Pulgar-Vidal, Peru
ADP Co-Chairs Artur Runge-Metzger, EU, and Kishan Kumarsingh, Trinidad and Tobago during the first meeting of the contact group; the green ribbons are to mark World Environment Day
During a press briefing, UNFCCC Executive Secretary Christiana Figueres holds up a copy of a UNEP report on 'Emerging Issues for SIDS: Results of the UNEP Foresight Process'

A view of the room during the ministerial roundtable on increased ambition of Kyoto Protocol commitments

Press conference: UNFCCC Executive Secretary Christiana Figueres and small island developing states (SIDS) to mark World Environment Day

Ioannis Maniatis, Minister of Environment, Energy and Climate Change, Greece, and Xie Zhenhua, Minister/Vice-Chairman, National Development and Reform Commission, China
Samia Suluhu Hassan, Minister of Union Affairs, Tanzania, and UNFCCC Executive Secretary Christiana Figueres

Youth wonder where all the ministers are, indicating what they feel is a low ministerial turn out

Delegates from Brazil, the US and Switzerland
Incoming COP 20 President Manuel Pulgar-Vidal and UNFCCC Executive Secretary Christiana Figueres

Wednesday, 4 June 2014

 

The Bonn Climate Change Conference of the UN Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC) convened on Wednesday, 4 June, in Bonn, Germany. Throughout the day, the Subsidiary Body for Implementation (SBI) and the Subsidiary Body for Scientific and Technological Advice (SBSTA) met in plenary, while the Ad Hoc Working Group on the Durban Platform for Enhanced Action (ADP) met in an afternoon session. The SBI and SBSTA adopted their respective agendas and proceeded to open agenda items.

The SBI established contact groups on: the forum and work programme on response measures; the 2013-2015 Review; and arrangements for intergovernmental meetings. Informal consultations will take place on various SBI agenda items.

The SBI agenda item on information contained in non-Annex I national communications was held in abeyance.

The SBSTA established contact groups on: methodological guidance for REDD+; the 2013-2015 Review; agriculture; the forum and work programme on response measures; methodologies for financial reporting by developed countries; implications of the implementation of decisions 2/CMP.7 to 4/CMP.7 and 1/CMP.8; clarification of the text in Section G of the Doha Amendment to the Kyoto Protocol; and the work programme on the revision of the guidelines for the review of the biennial reports and national communications, including national inventory reviews, for developed country parties. Informal consultations will address various other SBSTA agenda items.

In the afternoon, the ADP resumed work of the second session, establishing a contact group to address issues including: adaptation; nationally determined contributions (NDCs); finance, technology and capacity-building (means of implementation); ambition and equity; mitigation; transparency of action and support; other issues related to elements; and pre-2020 ambition. Opening statements were then heard.

* Web coverage for Wednesday, 4 June

SBI Chair Amena Yauvoli, Fiji
UNFCCC Executive Secretary Christiana Figueres addresses the SBI plenary

A view of the dais during the SBSTA plenary

A view of the dais during the SBSTA-Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) briefing on the Working Group II contribution to the 5th Assessment Report (AR5) of the IPCC on Impacts, Vulnerability and Adaptation"

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