Penang, 2 July (TWN) — The issue of 1.5°C Special Report (SR1.5) by Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) became highly contentious at the recently concluded climate talks in Bonn, Germany.
Agreement on the way forward on advancing work on the negotiating texts on market mechanisms and non-market approaches under Article 6 of the Paris Agreement (PA) could not be reached on penultimate day of the Bonn climate talks, which are scheduled to end today, the 27 June.
Agendas of the next UNFCCC session, frequency of forthcoming meetings of the Conference of the Parties (COPs) and participation of non-Party stakeholders in the process have proved contentious in discussions under the agenda item on ‘Arrangements for Intergovernmental Meetings (AIM)’ under the UN
Work to develop the operational details of the market and non-market mechanisms under Article 6 of the Paris Agreement (PA) was launched on 19 June, at the resumed first meeting of the contact group organised by the Chair of the UNFCCC’s Subsidiary Body for Scientific and Technological Advice (SB
Negotiations to work out the operational details of the market and non-market mechanisms under Article 6 of the Paris Agreement (PA) could not be launched as scheduled on June 18, the second day of the ongoing climate talks in Bonn.
The climate talks in Bonn, Germany, have kicked off on 17th June, with the convening of the 50th sessions of the UNFCCC’s Subsidiary Body for Implementation (SBI) and the Subsidiary Body for Scientific and Technological Advice (SBSTA), which are scheduled to complete their work on 27th June.
Penang - At the joint closing plenary of the of the 50th meetings of the UNFCCC’s Subsidiary Bodies on 27 June 2019, in Bonn (Germany), which marked the end of the two-week intersession climate talks, developing countries, led by the G77 and China, expressed concerns over the sta
Kathmandu, 2 July (Prerna Bomzan): Parties have agreed to further continue the consideration of draft decision texts on matters related to the market and non-market mechanisms under Article 6 of the Paris Agreement (PA) in conclusions adopted on 27 June, at the plenary of the UNFCCC’s Subsidiary
As students, youth and environmental activists around the world staged recent protests and continue to do so demanding for urgent and greater climate action on the part of governments in combatting climate change, Parties under the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC), t