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2nd Open-ended Meeting of the Committee of Permanent Representatives (OECPR)
to the UN Environment Programme (UNEP) and
Global Major Groups and Stakeholders Preparatory Meetings

14 and 15-19 February 2016 | UNEP headquarters, Nairobi, Kenya

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Daily Web CoverageAbout | 14 Feb | 15 Feb | 16 Feb | 17 Feb | 18 Feb | 19 Feb | Summary

UNEP pins on display

Delegates at OECPR-2 began negotiating draft resolution text on Tuesday, meeting in five separate clusters to consider their respective sections of a compilation text dated 15 February 2016, which contained a total of 24 resolutions.

Clusters 1 and 2 met in parallel during the morning, and Clusters 3 and 4 met in parallel during the afternoon. Discussions in Cluster 4, on the sustainable management of natural capital extended into the evening, as Cluster 5 also convened in the evening. Delegates discussed proposals on issues including, inter alia: education for sustainable development; the role of the UN Environment Programme (UNEP) in delivering on the environmental dimension of the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development; Environmentally Sound Technologies (EST) on waste management; a strategy for the sound management of chemicals and waste globally; oceans and seas; the sustainable management of natural capital; illegal wildlife trade; integration of biodiversity for wellbeing; and synergies among biodiversity-related MEAs.

IISD Reporting Services, through its ENB Meeting Coverage, provided daily web coverage and daily reports from OECPR-2. In addition, IISD Reporting Services, has published a summary and analysis from OECPR-2 in HTML and PDF formats. Available in ENB Mobile at: http://enb.iisd.mobi/unep-oecpr2016/.
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Cluster 1


Delegates gather to discuss matters related to Cluster 1


Nino Tkhilava, Georgia

Cluster 1 Chair Pedro Escosteguy Cardoso, Brazil


Raza Bashir Tarar, Pakistan

Frances Brown, Samoa

Heige Zeitler, EU



Cluster 2


Delegates gather to discuss matters related to Cluster 2


Cluster 2 Chair and CPR Vice-Chair John Moreti, Botswana

Rolph Payet, Executive Secretary, Basel, Rotterdam and
Stockholm (BRS) Conventions Secretariat


Michael Latham, US

Webster Chiyangwa, Zimbabwe



Cluster 3


Delegates attending the discussions on Cluster 3


Cluster 3 Chair Corinna Enders, Germany

Brenda Pangrazi, Argentina


Matthias Maier, EU

Esra İlbaş, Turkey

Majid Shafie-Pour, Iran



Cluster 4


View of the dais for Cluster 4


Helena Rajaonarivelo, Madagascar

Juliet Naliaka Makokha, speaking
on behalf of the NGOs and
Women Major Groups

Ntesang Molemele, Botswana


Zakariaou Adam Maiga, Niger

Alex Surace, Australia



Cluster 5


Delegates gather for discussions related to Cluster 5


Cluster 5 Chair Raza Bashir Tarar, Pakistan

Eduardo Alcibíades Sánchez Kiesslich, Mexico


Sylvie Côté, Canada

Konrad Paulsen, Chile



Around the Venue


Delegates between sessions


Delegates meet informally


Delegates from Iran

Delegates review the proposed text


UNEP staff track changes in the negotiating text

A delegate from the Netherlands speaks with
Cluster 1 Chair Pedro Escosteguy Cardoso, Brazil


Delegates from the EU and US meet informally

Delegates between sessions


Ibrahim Thiaw, Deputy Executive Director, UNEP, speaks with delegates from the African and Arab regions


Around the UNEP grounds






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IISD Reporting Services is grateful to the many donors of the Earth Negotiations Bulletin (ENB) and recognizes the following as core contributors to the ENB: the European Union, the Austrian Federal Ministry of Agriculture, Forestry, Environment and Water Management, the Government of Switzerland (the Swiss Federal Office for the Environment (FOEN)) and the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia. General Support for the Bulletin during 2016 is provided by the German Federal Ministry for the Environment, Nature Conservation, Building and Nuclear Safety (BMUB), the New Zealand Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Trade, SWAN International, the Finnish Ministry for Foreign Affairs, the Japanese Ministry of Environment (through the Institute for Global Environmental Strategies - IGES), the United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP), and the International Development Research Centre (IDRC).