Designing an efficient and effective 2018 facilitative dialogue Monday 6th November, 15:45-16:45 Fiji Pavilion, Bonn (red) Zone
The upcoming 2018 facilitative dialogue (FD2018) provides an opportunity to take stock of collective progress towards the long-term goal referred to in Article 4.1 of the Paris Agreement, and to inform nationally determined contributions. The FD2018 could also be useful in disseminating mitigation responses and inspiring policymakers to scale up climate action, for example, by addressing the four following questions: Where do we want to be?
The COP 22 and 23 Presidencies have been consulting with Parties and will report back to COP23 on the results of these 2050/ 2018 consultations on 7th November. The OECD/IEA Climate 2100 Change Expert Group (CCXG) has identified possible How we options for the organisation of this dialogue and their encourage and Where do Where are associated implications. The CCXG has released two papers inspire action? we want to we now? on: the information needs of the dialogue, and possible be? outputs and outcomes of the dialogue as well as key questions for modalities. This side event explores ideas for the inputs, outputs, outcomes and modalities of the FD2018 and their implications. The side event will include a panel discussion with experts, followed by questions and answers with the audience.
Facilitator: Jake Werksman (European Union) [TBC] Presenters:
Jane Ellis and Manasvini Vaidyula (OECD) Yunus Arikan (ICLEI) Yamide Dagnet (WRI)
Main discussion questions: 1. What information is needed to address the questions, “where we are now”, “where do we want to be”, “how do we get there” and “how do we encourage and inspire action”? What information is needed to inform the preparation of NDCs? 2. What are the three key outcomes the FD2018 could yield? How can the dialogue be organised to enable these outcomes?
For more information on the CCXG and to read all papers, visit: www.oecd.org/env/cc/ccxg.htm