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Bonn Climate Change Conference - August 2015

31 August - 4 September 2015 | Bonn, Germany

Highlights for Tuesday, 1 September 2015


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YOUNGOs point out that "loss and damage" is the missing piece of the climate puzzle


View of the facilitated group on adaptation and loss and damage


The tenth part of the second session of the Ad Hoc Working Group on the Durban Platform for Enhanced Action (ADP 2-10) continued on Tuesday, 1 September 2015, in Bonn, Germany. Delegates gathered in ADP facilitated groups on: adaptation and loss and damage, transparency of action and support, finance, and capacity building in the morning; adaptation and loss and damage, workstream 2 (pre-2020 ambition), mitigation, and procedural and institutional provisions in the afternoon; and finance and timeframes in the evening. Throughout the day, informal meetings of the facilitated groups on workstream 2, capacity building, mitigation (on differentiation, non-markets and implementing jointly), and finance (on institutional arrangements) also took place.

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Facilitated Groups

View of the facilitated group on transparency of action and support


L-R: Fook Seng Kwok, Singapore, and Franz Perrez, Switzerland, co-facilitated transparency of action and support


Raed Albasseet, Saudi Arabia

Purdie Bowden, Australia

Philip Weech, the Bahamas


L-R: Adarsh Swaika, India, consulting with Gurdial Singh, Malaysia


Xiang Gao, China

David Kaluba, Zambia

Elan Strait, US


View of the informal meeting of the facilitated group on mitigation (differentiation)


Harald Winkler, South Africa, led the informal discussions on mitigation (differentiation), and Claudio Forner, UNFCCC
Secretariat


Delegates at the informal discussions on mitigation (differentiation)


L-R: Felipe Ferreira, Brazil, in informal consultation with Kim Carnahan, US, during the informal
discussions on mitigation (differentiation)


Ramiro Ramírez, Venezuela

Dean Marc Bialek, the Marshall Islands


L-R: Diego Pacheco Balanza, Bolivia, led the informal meeting of the facilitated group on mitigation (non-market issues),
with Dirk Nemitz, UNFCCC Secretariat


View of the informal discussions on mitigation (non-market issues)


View of the facilitated group on finance


L-R: Georg Børsting, Norway, and Diann Black-Layne, Antigua and Barbuda, co-facilitators of the facilitated group
on finance


Bernarditas Muller, Bolivia, for the G-77/China

L-R: Richard Sherman, South Africa, and Nozipho Joyce Mxakato-Diseko, South Africa, Chair of the G-77/China


View of the facilitated group on mitigation


L-R: Claudio Forner, UNFCCC Secretariat; Franz Perrez, Switzerland; and Fook Seng Kwok, Singapore,
co-facilitators of the group on mitigation


Selina Wrighter, Australia

Kamal Djemouai, Algeria

Nicole Wilke, EU


L-R: Nattley Williams, UNFCCC Secretariat; Sarah Baashan, Saudi Arabia; co-facilitator of the group on procedural
and institutional provisions; and Vanessa Matarazzi, UNFCCC Secretariat


Everton Lucero, Brazil

Yoshihide Hirao, Japan


View of the facilitated group on procedural and institutional provisions



ADP 2-10 Snapshots

L-R: Luc Gnacadja, former UNCCD Executive Secretary, in a discussion with Tewolde Berhan Gebre
Egziabher
, Ethiopia


Paris 2015: COP 21/CMP 11 booth


Lounge area at the World Conference Center Bonn








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