Decisions Adopted By COP 18 And CMP 8

Feb 6th, 2013 | By | Category: Development and Climate Change, Events, Global Warming, Green House Gas Emissions, International Agencies, Lessons, News, Publication, UNFCC-CoP18, UNFCCC, Vulnerability
Decisions adopted by COP 18 and CMP 8
COP 18 CMP 8
pdf-icon Agreed outcome pursuant to the Bali Action Plan (216 kB) The Doha Amendment to the Kyoto Protocol pursuant to its Article 3, paragraph 9
pdf-icon Advancing the Durban Platform (63 kB) pdf-icon Addressing the Implications of decisions -2/CMP.7 to -5/CMP.7 on the previous decisions on methodological issues related to the Kyoto Protocol including those relating to Articles 5, 7 and 8 of the Kyoto Protocol (108 kB)
pdf-icon Approaches to address loss and damage associated with climate change impacts in developing countries that are particularly vulnerable to the adverse effects of climate change to enhance adaptive capacity (219 kB) pdf-icon Report of the Adaptation Fund Board (98 kB)
pdf-icon Work programme on long-term finance (22 kB) pdf-icon Initial review of the Adaptation Fund (105 kB) pdf-icon (98 kB)
pdf-icon Report of the Standing Committee on Finance (64 kB) pdf-icon Guidance relating to the clean development mechanism (105 kB)
pdf-icon Report of the Green Climate Fund (76 kB) pdf-icon Guidance relating to joint implementation (71 kB)
pdf-icon Arrangements between the COP and the Green Climate Fund (18 kB) pdf-icon Supplementary information incorporated in national communications from Parties included in Annex I to the Convention that are also Parties to the Kyoto Protocol and submitted in accordance with Article 7, paragraph 2, of the Kyoto Protocol (90 kB) pdf-icon (71 kB)
pdf-icon Review of the financial mechanism (20 kB) pdf-icon Methodology for the collection of international transaction log fees in the biennium 2014-2015 (96 kB)
pdf-icon Report of the GEF and additional guidance to the GEF (26 kB) pdf-icon Proposal from Kazakhstan to amend Annex B to the Kyoto Protocol (20 kB)
pdf-icon Further guidance to the Least Developed Countries Fund (97 kB) pdf-icon Capacity-building under the Kyoto Protocol for developing countries (92 kB) pdf-icon (20 kB)
pdf-icon Work of the Adaptation Committee (21 kB) pdf-icon Capacity-building under the Kyoto Protocol for countries with economies in transition (27 kB)
pdf-icon National Adaptation Plans (97 kB) pdf-icon Report of the Compliance Committee (96 kB)
pdf-icon Report of the Technology Executive Committee (90 kB) pdf-icon Administrative, financial and institutional matters (104 kB)
pdf-icon Arrangements to make the Climate Technology Centre and Network fully operational (157 kB)
pdf-icon Doha work programme on Article 6 of the Convention (151 kB)
pdf-icon Prototype of the registry (100 kB)
pdf-icon Composition, modalities and procedures of the team of technical experts under international consultations and analysis (125 kB)
pdf-icon Work of the Consultative Group of Experts on National Communications from Parties not included in Annex I to the Convention (134 kB)
pdf-icon Common tabular format for the “UNFCCC biennial reporting guidelines for developed country Parties” (CTF) (348 kB)
pdf-icon Fifth national communications from Parties included in Annex I to the Convention (88 kB)
pdf-icon Capacity-building under the Convention for countries with economies in transition (31 kB)
pdf-icon Activities implemented jointly under the pilot phase (21 kB)
pdf-icon Promoting gender balance and improving the participation of women in UNFCCC negotiations and in the representation of Parties in bodies established pursuant to the Convention or the Kyoto Protocol (103 kB)
pdf-icon Draft decision on economic diversification initiative (61 kB)
pdf-icon Administrative, financial and institutional matters (118 kB)
pdf-icon Dates and venues of future sessions (105 kB)
Resolution adopted by COP 18 and CMP 8
pdf-icon Expression of gratitude to the Government of the State of Qatar and the people of the city of Doha (94 kB)

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