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UNITED NATIONS

Monday, 16 May 2016 Bonn Climate Change Conference May 2016 SBSTA 44, SBI 44, APA 1 Bonn, 16–26 May 2016

Daily Programme

Opening meeting 10.00 Plenary New York The President of COP21/CMP11, Her Excellency Ms. Ségolène Royal invites Parties and observers to a meeting to open the United Nations Climate Change Conference, May 2016. The President-designate of COP22/CMP12, His Excellency Mr. Salaheddine Mezouar, Minister of Foreign Affairs and Cooperation of the Government of the Kingdom of Morocco will also attend and address participants. In accordance with past practice at such opening meetings, Groups of Parties and observer organizations will be invited to make brief statements. Statements on behalf of groups will be limited to three minutes and those of observer organizations to two minutes each. Full-length versions of statements may be made available on the UNFCCC submission portal. Participants are asked to take their seats by 09.45 in Plenary New York so that the meeting can start promptly at 10.00. The opening plenary of the Subsidiary Body for Scientific and Technological Advice (SBSTA) and subsequently, the Subsidiary Body for Implementation (SBI), will be convened in the same room (Plenary New York) immediately following the opening meeting.

FCCC/2016/I/OD/1

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Today at a Glance PLENARY MEETINGS Opening meeting of the session

10.00–11.00

Plenary New York

SBSTA - 1st plenary meeting

upon conclusion of official opening

Plenary New York

SBI - 1st plenary meeting

15.00–17.00

Plenary New York

MEETINGS OF THE CONVENTION AND PROTOCOL BODIES Subsidiary Body for Implementation (SBI) Subsidiary Body for Scientific and Technological Advice (SBSTA) Subsidiary Bodies (SB)

OPEN MEETINGS

CLOSED MEETINGS

Special meetings and events

Groups other than the Convention and Protocol Bodies

UNFCCC and related events

Observer organizations

ANNOUNCEMENTS Welcome reception

Please note that demands of the negotiation process might necessitate changes to this meetings schedule. For real-time information on all meetings, please consult the live meetings schedule on CCTV.

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PLENARY MEETINGS (Open to all participants)

Subsidiary Body for Scientific and Technological Advice (SBSTA) upon conclusion of official opening

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1.

Opening of the session [Item 1 of the provisional agenda]

2.

Organizational matters [Item 2 of the provisional agenda]

Plenary New York

Adoption of the agenda [Item 2 (a) of the provisional agenda] Organization of the work of the session [Item 2 (b) of the provisional agenda] 3.

Nairobi work programme on impacts, vulnerability and adaptation to climate change [Item 3 of the provisional agenda]

4.

Technology framework under Article 10, paragraph 4, of the Paris Agreement [Item 4 of the provisional agenda]

5.

Issues relating to agriculture [Item 5 of the provisional agenda]

6.

Matters relating to science and review [Item 6 of the provisional agenda] Research and systematic observation [Item 6 (a) of the provisional agenda] Assessments of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change and the global stocktake referred to in Article 14 of the Paris Agreement [Item 6 (b) of the provisional agenda] The scope of the next periodic review of the long-term global goal under the Convention and of overall progress towards achieving it [Item 6 (c) of the provisional agenda]

7.

Impact of the implementation of response measures [Item 7 of the provisional agenda] Improved forum and work programme [Item 7 (a) of the provisional agenda] Modalities, work programme and functions under the Paris Agreement of the forum on the impact of the implementation of response measures [Item 7 (b) of the provisional agenda] Matters relating to Article 2, paragraph 3, of the Kyoto Protocol [Item 7 (c) of the provisional agenda]

8.

Methodological issues under the Convention [Item 8 of the provisional agenda] Greenhouse gas data interface [Item 8 (a) of the provisional agenda] Common metrics to calculate the carbon dioxide equivalence of greenhouse gases [Item 8 (b) of the provisional agenda] Emissions from fuel used for international aviation and maritime transport [Item 8 (c) of the provisional agenda]

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Methodological issues under the Kyoto Protocol [Item 9 of the provisional agenda] Land use, land-use change and forestry under Article 3, paragraphs 3 and 4, of the Kyoto Protocol and under the clean development mechanism [Item 9 (a) of the provisional agenda] Implications of the choice of metrics used to calculate the carbon dioxide equivalence of greenhouse gases listed in Annex A to the Kyoto Protocol [Item 9 (b) of the provisional agenda] Implications of the inclusion of reforestation of lands with forest in exhaustion as afforestation and reforestation clean development mechanism project activities [Item 9 (c) of the provisional agenda]

10. Market and non-market mechanisms under the Convention [Item 10 of the provisional agenda] Framework for various approaches [Item 10 (a) of the provisional agenda] Non-market-based approaches [Item 10 (b) of the provisional agenda] New market-based mechanism [Item 10 (c) of the provisional agenda] 11. Matters relating to Article 6 of the Paris Agreement [Item 11 of the provisional agenda] Guidance on cooperative approaches referred to in Article 6, paragraph 2, of the Paris Agreement [Item 11 (a) of the provisional agenda] Rules, modalities and procedures for the mechanism established by Article 6, paragraph 4, of the Paris Agreement [Item 11 (b) of the provisional agenda] Work programme under the framework for non-market approaches referred to in Article 6, paragraph 8, of the Paris Agreement [Item 11 (c) of the provisional agenda] 12. Modalities for the accounting of financial resources provided and mobilized through public interventions in accordance with Article 9, paragraph 7, of the Paris Agreement [Item 12 of the provisional agenda] 13.

Cooperation with other international organizations [Item 13 of the provisional agenda]

14. Other matters [Item 14 of the provisional agenda] Click here for the full SBSTA provisional agenda, all corresponding documents, and information on organizational matters relating to the SBSTA.

Subsidiary Body for Implementation (SBI) 15.00–17.00

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1. Opening of the session [Item 1 of the provisional agenda] 2. Organizational matters [Item 2 of the provisional agenda] Adoption of the agenda [Item 2(a) of the provisional agenda]

Plenary New York

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Organization of the work of the session [Item 2(b) of the provisional agenda] Facilitative sharing of views under the international consultation and analysis process [Item 2(c) of the provisional agenda] Other mandated events [Item 2(d) of the provisional agenda] Election of officers other than the Chair [Item 2(e) of the provisional agenda] 3. Reporting from and review of Parties included in Annex I to the Convention [Item 3 of the provisional agenda] Status of submission and review of sixth national communications and first biennial reports from Parties included in Annex I to the Convention [Item 3(a) of the provisional agenda] Compilation and synthesis of sixth national communications and first biennial reports from Parties included in Annex I to the Convention [Item 3(b) of the provisional agenda] Outcome of the first round of the international assessment and review process (2014-2015) [Item 3(c) of the provisional agenda] Revision of the “Guidelines for the preparation of national communications by Parties included in Annex I to the Convention, Part II: UNFCCC reporting guidelines on national communications” [Item 3(d) of the provisional agenda] 4. Reporting from Parties not included in Annex I to the Convention [Item 4 of the provisional agenda] Information contained in national communications from Parties not included in Annex I to the Convention1 [Item 4(a) of the provisional agenda] Provision of financial and technical support [Item 4(b) of the provisional agenda] Summary reports of the technical analysis of biennial update reports from Parties not included in Annex I to the Convention [Item 4(c) of the provisional agenda] 5. Registry of nationally determined contributions referred to in Article 4, paragraph 12, of the Paris Agreement [Item 5 of the provisional agenda] 6. Matters relating to the mechanisms under the Kyoto Protocol [Item 6 of the provisional agenda] Review of the modalities and procedures for the clean development mechanism [Item 6(a) of the provisional agenda] Review of the joint implementation guidelines [Item 6(b) of the provisional agenda] Procedures, mechanisms and institutional arrangements for appeals against decisions of the Executive Board of the clean development mechanism [Item 6(c) of the provisional agenda] 7. Matters relating to the least developed countries [Item 7 of the provisional agenda] 8. National adaptation plans [Item 8 of the provisional agenda] 1

At the forty-third session of the Subsidiary Body for Implementation (SBI) there was no consensus to include this item on the agenda. It was therefore held in abeyance. On a proposal by the Chair, the SBI decided to include this item on the provisional agenda for SBI 44.

-69. Third review of the Adaptation Fund [Item 9 of the provisional agenda] 10. Scope and modalities for the periodic assessment of the Technology Mechanism in relation to supporting the implementation of the Paris Agreement [Item 10 of the provisional agenda] 11. Capacity-building in developing countries [Item 11 of the provisional agenda] Third comprehensive review of the implementation of the framework for capacitybuilding under the Convention [Item 11(a) of the provisional agenda] Third comprehensive review of the implementation of the framework for capacitybuilding under the Kyoto Protocol [Item 11(b) of the provisional agenda] Terms of reference for the Paris Committee on Capacity-building [Item 11(c) of the provisional agenda] 12. Review of the Doha work programme on Article 6 of the Convention [Item 12 of the provisional agenda] 13. Impact of the implementation of response measures [Item 13 of the provisional agenda] Improved forum and work programme [Item 13(a) of the provisional agenda] Modalities, work programme and functions under the Paris Agreement of the forum on the impact of the implementation of response measures [Item 13(b) of the provisional agenda] Matters relating to Article 3, paragraph 14, of the Kyoto Protocol [Item 13(c) of the provisional agenda] Progress on the implementation of decision 1/CP.10 [Item 13(d) of the provisional agenda] 14. The scope of the next periodic review of the long-term global goal under the Convention and of overall progress towards achieving [Item 14 of the provisional agenda] 15. Gender and climate change [Item 15 of the provisional agenda] 16. Arrangements for intergovernmental meetings [Item 16 of the provisional agenda] 17. Administrative, financial and institutional matters [Item 17 of the provisional agenda] Financial and budgetary matters [Item 17(a) of the provisional agenda] Continuing review of functions and operations of the secretariat [Item 17(b) of the provisional agenda] Privileges and immunities for individuals serving on constituted bodies established under the Kyoto Protocol [Item 17(c) of the provisional agenda] Privileges and immunities for individuals serving on constituted bodies established under the Convention [Item 17(d) of the provisional agenda] 18. Other matters [Item 18 of the provisional agenda]

Click here for the full SBI provisional agenda, all corresponding documents, and information on organizational matters relating to the SBI.

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MEETINGS OF THE CONVENTION AND PROTOCOL BODIES Subsidiary Body for Implementation (SBI) Subsidiary Body for Scientific and Technological Advice (SBSTA) Subsidiary Bodies (SB)

OPEN MEETINGS Special meetings and events Title/Theme

Time

Contact

Venue

In-session workshop: Exploring financing and use of the CDM by international climate finance institutions

15.00– 18.00

Nairobi 1-3

Click here for the full agenda of the workshop.

UNFCCC and related events 13.15– 14.45

UNFCCC: (Contact: Ms Kay Merce): A decade of CDM: Experience and lessons learned towards Article 6

Berlin 1-2

Click here for further information on today’s UNFCC and related side events.

CLOSED MEETINGS Groups other than the Convention and Protocol Bodies Please note that this schedule of daily meetings of groups other than the Convention and Protocol bodies will not be reprinted during the session. Participants are kindly requested to retain their copies of this document, and to consult the CCTV monitors for changes or updates. 08.00–09.00

African Group

08.00–09.00

Delegation of Honduras on behalf of SICA Group

AH Lower Conference Room H-1-02

08.00–09.00

Small Island Developing States

Bangkok

09.00–10.00

Group of 77 and China

Plenary New York

09.00–10.00

Environmental Integrity Group

H-1-04

13.00–14.00

Arab Group

Wien 1-2

13.00–14.00

Coalition for Rainforest Nations

Kaminzimmer

13.00–14.00

Least Developed Countries

Bangkok

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14.00–15.00

Group of 77 and China

Plenary New York

18.00–19.00

African Group

Plenary New York

18.00–19.00

Small Island Developing States

Bangkok

19.00–20.00

Least Developed Countries

Bangkok

19.00–20.00

LMDC Group

Santiago de Chile

Meetings of observer organizations Please note that this schedule of daily meetings of observer organizations will not be reprinted during the session. Participants are kindly requested to retain their copies of this document, and to consult the CCTV monitors for changes or updates. 08.00–09.00

Youth non-governmental organizations (YOUNGO)

Berlin 1-2

09.00–10.00

Women and gender non-governmental organizations

Addis Abeba 1-2

09.00–10.00

Business non-governmental organizations (BINGO)

Berlin 1-2

09.00–10.00

Farmers non-governmental organizations

Bonn 1-2

09.00–10.00

Indigenous peoples organizations (IPO)

Kaminzimmer

09.00–10.00

Research and independent non-governmental organizations (RINGO)

Bonn 3

FORTHCOMING MEETINGS AND EVENTS Time

Title/Theme

Contact

Venue

Stocktaking events: ensuring coherence and assessing progress on the implementation of the work program post-Paris Sat 21 May 13.15– 14.45 & Wed 25 May 13.15– 14.45

The President of COP21/CMP11 and the President-designate of COP22/CMP12 will convene two special stocktaking events during the May sessions. These events are part of a joint effort by the Presidencies to facilitate the implementation of the work programme in decision 1/CP.21 by all bodies and to lay the foundation for the successful implementation of the Paris Agreement. The Presidencies, Chairs of the SBs and Co-Chairs of the APA, chairs of constituted bodies and the representatives of the operating entities will be invited to take stock of progress. Views will be invited on progress made. The first event will take place on Saturday 21 May 13.15–14.45; the second event will take place on Wednesday 25 May 13.15–14.45

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ANNOUNCEMENTS 13.00 - UNFCCC Campus Gate 2: “A UNFCCC Tree for Paris and a Safer Climate” Tree planting event & photo opportunity The UNFCCC secretariat will plant a tree in the gardens around its offices in Bonn in celebration of the Paris Agreement. Ms. Christiana Figures (UNFCCC Executive Secretary), Ms. Ségolène Royal (President of COP21/CMP11), and Mr. Salaheddine Mezouar (President-designate of COP22/CMP12) will attend the event. Click here for further information on the tree planting event.

Reception A welcoming reception on the occasion of the opening of the United Nations Climate Change Conference, hosted by the Federal Ministry for the Environment, Nature Protection and Nuclear Safety and the City of Bonn will take place on Tuesday, 17 May 2016 at 19.00. The reception will be held at the "Bundeskunsthalle" (Art and Exhibition Hall of the Federal Republic of Germany), located at the Museumsmeile Bonn, Friedrich-Ebert-Allee 4 (Underground station: Heussallee/Museumsmeile) All conference participants with a valid conference badge are welcome.

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USEFUL INFORMATION Election of officers of bodies under the Convention and the Protocol Please consult the UNFCCC elections website for latest information on election procedures and daily updates of election nominations and election results.

Side events and exhibits The schedule of side events and a list of the exhibits are available in electronic form only. Please consult the CCTV monitors for changes or updates. The side events are organized under the common theme “Accelerating implementation of the Paris Agreement” and are clustered in three categories: Enhancing ambition, Promoting implementation, and Providing support to developing countries. In an on-going effort to improve side event organization, the secretariat welcomes feedback from side event audience. Please share your views on the side event you attended via this link.

Climate Change Resources Corner (CCRC) Parties and admitted observer organizations without an exhibit are welcome to display their electronic materials at the CCRC, located next to the exhibit area. In line with the sustainability efforts to reduce carbon footprint of UNFCCC sessions and meetings, only electronic materials can be accepted. Visual materials (e.g. video, slideshow) will be displayed on two screens and other types of materials (e.g. publications) will be available through Poken. To make use of this option, please send a request to [email protected]

“Touch-to-collect” technology (Poken) In line with the sustainability efforts for SB 44, innovative “touch-to-collect” technology (Poken) is introduced as a pilot project. Poken is a platform for collecting digital information and networking in a user-friendly way. Participants can receive a personal Poken device, at no charge, at the Poken booth located in the exhibit area. Poken, once registered with personal login information, allows collecting digital information from the exhibits, the Paris Agreement booth, the COP 22/CMP 12 booth, the Climate Neutral Now booth and the Climate Change Resources Corner (CCRC). The registration of personal login information also allows an exchange of digital business cards among participants holding a personal Poken device. Once collected information is loaded on participants’ computer and the conference is over, Poken devices are no longer needed. Participants are invited to contribute to sustainability by recycling their Poken device on the last day.

Press briefings The live daily schedule of press briefings is available here. Please consult the CCTV monitors for changes or updates.

List of participants The provisional list of registered participants will be available electronically on the UNFCCC website as of Tuesday, 17 May 2016. Any corrections should be sent of given to Ms. Vera-Lynn Watson (Registration Counter) by noon, at the latest, on Tuesday, 24 May 2016.

Document Services Participants will be able to access and read documents prepared for and during the session in the following ways: Electronically Print  via the UNFCCC website (save them to your device for added convenience!)  via the “Negotiator App”, available in the Google and iTunes stores

 by requesting printed copies from Document Services at the Documents Counter

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Web coverage and daily reports of the SB 44 meetings The following organizations kindly provide daily web coverage, daily reports and a summary and analysis of the SB 44 meetings on their webpages: TWN (by TWN)

ECO (by CAN)

ENB (by IISD)

Medical and Security emergencies For medical emergencies, please contact the German Red Cross, located in the Emergency Room in the corridor next to the Information Counter on the ground floor of the main building, or call On-site Red Cross: + 49 (0)151 20926795 For other emergencies, please contact United Nations Security staff (wearing either a United Nations uniform or an armband), contact the Information Counter on the ground floor of the main building, or call On-site Security Duty Officer: + 49 (0) 151-72828357 Outside the World Conference Center, call the following emergency numbers for assistance: Police: 110

Fire brigade: 112

Emergency doctor / ambulance: 112

Telephone information service: 11833 (national) / 11834 (international)

Logistical information Logistical information can be found in the Information for Participants brochure and on www.unfccc.int. Information includes: availability of meeting rooms; virtual participation; media centre and press facilities; distributing publications; facilities for observer organizations; transportation; lost and found; prayer rooms; etc.

Free Wireless Internet Please connect to network “PlugNPlay” to access free wireless internet on the conference premises. Kindly report any issues to the Computer Centre or call + 49 (0)228 815 1200.

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