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UNITED NATIONS

Friday, 3 December 2010

United Nations Climate Change Conference 2010 COP 16 and CMP 6 Cancun, 29 November – 10 December 2010

Daily Programme
Part One Informal groups of the Convention and Protocol bodies
(Open to Parties and observers)

COP 11.30–13.00 16.30–18.00

Contact group on consideration of proposals by Parties under Article 17 of the Convention Informal consultations on consideration of proposals by Parties under Article 17 of the Convention (if needed) (Open to Parties and Observer States only)

Guacamaya (Azteca) Cenote (Azteca)

CMP 11.30–13.00 Informal consultations on the adaptation fund (Open to Parties and Observer States only) Cascada (Azteca)

SBI 10.00–11.30 10.00–11.30 10.00–11.30 Contact group on Article 6 of the Convention Informal consultations on financial mechanism of the Convention (Open to Parties and Observer States only) Informal consultations on national communications and greenhouse gas inventory data from Parties included in Annex I to the Convention (Open to Parties and Observer States only) Pavoreal (Azteca) Agave (Azteca) Mariposa (Azteca)

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-210.00–11.30 11.30–12.15 11.30–13.00 Informal consultations on arrangements for intergovernmental meetings (Open to Parties and Observer States only) Informal consultations on Least Developed Countries Fund (Open to Parties and Observer States only) Informal consultations on national communications from Parties not included in Annex I to the Convention (Open to Parties and Observer States only) Informal consultations on matters relating to the least developed countries (Open to Parties and Observer States only) Contact group on progress on the implementation of decision 1/CP.10 Contact group on matters relating to the least developed countries Contact group on Least Developed Countries Fund Guacamaya (Azteca) Ballena (Azteca) Mariposa (Azteca) Ballena (Azteca) Tortuga (Azteca) Iguana (Maya) Iguana (Maya) Guacamaya (Azteca) Iguana (Maya) Iguana (Maya)

12.15–13.00

15.30–16.00 16.00–16.30 16.30–17.00 17.00–17:30 17.30–17.45 17.45–18.00

Contact group on arrangements for intergovernmental meetings Contact group on capacity-building under the Convention Contact group on capacity-building under the Kyoto Protocol

SBSTA 10.00–11.30 Informal consultations on carbon dioxide capture and storage in geological formations as clean development mechanism project activities (Open to Parties and Observer States only) Informal consultations on the revision of the UNFCCC reporting guidelines on annual inventories for Parties included in Annex I to the Convention (Open to Parties and Observer States only) Informal consultations on research and systematic observation (Open to Parties and Observer States only) Contact group on the revision of the UNFCCC reporting guidelines on annual inventories for Parties included in Annex I to the Convention Contact group on the Nairobi work programme on impacts, vulnerability and adaptation to climate change (Open to Parties and Observer States only) Tortuga (Azteca) Ballena (Azteca)

15.00–16.30

16.30–18.00 16.30–17.00 17.30–18.00

Casada (Azteca) Ballena (Azteca) Ballena (Azteca)

SBI/SBSTA 11.30–13.00 15.00–15.30 Joint informal consultations on development and transfer of technologies (Open to Parties and Observer States only) Joint contact group on matters relating to Articles 2.3 and 3.14 of the Kyoto Protocol Mar (Azteca) Manati (Azteca)

-315.00–16.30 17.00–17.30 Joint informal consultations on development and transfer of technologies (Open to Parties and Observer States only) Joint contact group on development and transfer of technologies Mar (Azteca) Mar (Azteca)

AWG-KP 11.30–13.00 15.00–16.30 16.30–18.00 Contact group on item 3 Spin-off group on Chapter II (Open to Parties and Observer States only) Spin-off group on Chapter III (Open to Parties and Observer States only) Cenote (Azteca) Guacamaya (Azteca) Manati (Azteca)

AWG-LCA 10.00–11.30 15.00–16.30 15.00–16.30 Drafting group on enhanced action on adaptation (Open to Parties and Observer States only) Drafting group on enhanced action on mitigation (Open to Parties and Observer States only) Drafting group on finance, technology and capacity-building (Capacitybuilding) (Open to Parties and Observer States only) Drafting group on enhanced action on mitigation (para. 1b(iii) of the Bali Action Plan) (Open to Parties and Observer States only) Manati (Azteca) Maguey (Maya) Cascada (Azteca) Tortuga (Azteca)

16.30–18.00

Additional Documentation
Provisional list of participants Owing to the length of this document, and in the interest of saving paper, it will be made available in electronic form only at <unfccc.int/>. Corrections should be given to Ms. Heidi Sandoval (Registration counter) by 12.00, at the latest, on Wednesday, 8 December 2010.

Groups other than the Convention and Protocol bodies
(Closed meetings) 08.00–09.00 08.00–09.00 08.00–09.00 09.00–10.00 09.00–10.00 09.00–10.00 African Group Alliance of Small Island States Delegation of Belize on behalf of SICA countries Delegation of Democratic Republic of Congo on behalf of the Congo Basin countries Environmental Integrity Group – Coordination Meeting Group of 77 and China Mar (Azteca) Rana (Azteca) Pavoreal (Azteca) Lluvia (Azteca) Agata (Azteca) Maguey (Maya)

-413.00–14.00 13.00–14.00 13.00–14.00 13.30–14.30 13.30–14.00 14.00–15.00 18.00–19.00 18.00–19.00 18.00–19.00 18.00–19.00 19.00–20.00 Coalition for Rainforest Nations Delegation of Costa Rica on behalf of the Cartagena Dialogue Least Developed Countries – Coordination Meeting Eastern Europe Group Western Europe and Others Group Group of 77 and China African Group Alliance of Small Island States Delegation of Costa Rica on behalf of Cartagena Dialogue (Latin American Countries) Group of Latin America and Caribbean States – Coordination Meeting Least Developed Countries – Coordination Meeting Ballena (Azteca) Pavoreal (Azteca) Cascada (Azteca) Iguana (Maya) Mariposa (Azteca) Maguey (Maya) Mar (Azteca) Rana (Azteca) Lago (Azteca) Lluvia (Azteca) Cascada (Azteca)

Meetings of observer organizations
(Closed meetings) 08.30–09.30 08.30–09.30 09.00–10.00 09.00–10.00 09.00–10.00 09.00–10.00 09.00–10.00 13.00–14.00 13.00–14.00 13.00–14.00 15.00–16.00 18.30–19.30 19.30–20.30 Business and industry non-governmental organizations (BINGOs) Youth non-governmental organizations (YOUNGOs) Farmers non-governmental organizations Indigenous peoples organizations (IPOs) Local government and municipal authorities (LGMAs) Trade unions non-governmental organizations (TUNGOs) Women and gender non-governmental organizations Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries (OPEC) Southern African Development Community Delegation (SADC) League of Arab States (LAS) United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP) US delegation briefing for US BINGOs US delegation briefing for US ENGOs Cacao (Cancunmesse Hall D) Mamey (Cancunmesse Hall C) Pitaya (Cancunmesse Hall C) Monarca (Cancunmesse Hall D) Jaguar (Cancunmesse Hall D) Sandia (Cancunmesse Hall C) Nochebuena (Cancunmesse Hall C) Lluvia (Azteca) Maíz (Azteca) Tortuga (Azteca) Lluvia (Azteca) Sol (Azteca) Sol (Azteca)

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Press briefings
(Media only) 10.00–10.30 10.30–11.00 11.00–11.30 11.30–12.00 13.15–13.45 14.00–14.30 18.00–18.30 European Union United Nations Environment Programme: Launch of report on Waste and Climate Change World Bank: Launch of Cities and Climate Change report Plurinational State of Bolivia UNFCCC and COP 16 President United States of America Brazil Sol (Azteca) Sol (Azteca) Sol (Azteca) Sol (Azteca) Sol (Azteca) Sol (Azteca) Sol (Azteca)

09.00–09.30 09.30–11.00 11.00–11.30 11.30–13.00 13.00–13.30 13.30–14.00 14.00–14.30

Global Campaign for Climate Action: Launch of Climate Vulnerability Report Media Clinic: Water – securing an essential report The Corner House, ETC: Biofuels, Bioenergy and Biochar: False Solutions Cause Land Grabs Media Clinic: Senior negotiators from key negotiating groups Germanwatch: presentation of the Climate Risk Index Friends of the Earth International University of California, Revelle Program on Climate Science and Policy: Establishing Trust: Progress in Greenhouse Emissions Agent > Monitoring Climate Action Network International: negotiations update and assessment Global Witness GenderCC The Wilderness Society: "Truth in Targets" Forest and Peatlands Loopholes Campaign FERN: A Red Light for REDD SustainUS: The China-U.S. Youth Climate Exchange – Advancing trust between key countries for the long-term CAN Japan: daily press briefing for Japanese media

Luna (Azteca) Luna (Azteca) Luna (Azteca) Luna (Azteca) Luna (Azteca) Luna (Azteca) Luna (Azteca)

14.30–15.00 15.00–15.30 15.30–16.00 16.00–16.30 16.30–17.00 18.00–18.30 20.00–20.30

Luna (Azteca) Luna (Azteca) Luna (Azteca) Luna (Azteca) Luna (Azteca) Luna (Azteca) Luna (Azteca)

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Election of officers of bodies under the Convention and the Protocol 1 Update of nominations received by the secretariat
(as at 2 December2010)

Bureau of the COP and the CMP
COP President Chair of SBI Chair of SBSTA COP Vice-President COP Vice-President COP Vice-President COP Vice-President COP Vice-President COP Vice-President COP Vice-President COP Rapporteur H. E. Ms. Patricia Espinosa 2 GRULAC

Bureau of the Subsidiary Body for Implementation (SBI)
SBI Vice-Chair SBI Rapporteur

Bureau of the Subsidiary Body for Scientific and Technological Advice (SBSTA)
SBSTA Vice-Chair SBSTA Rapporteur

Executive Board of the Clean Development Mechanism
Member Alternate Member Alternate Member Alternate Member Alternate Member Alternate Africa Africa Asia Asia GRULAC GRULAC WEOG WEOG Annex I Annex I

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Information on the election process is available at <http://unfccc.int/parties_and_observers/notifications/items/3153.php>. Elected at the opening session of COP 16 and CMP 6 on Monday, 29 November 2010.

-7Compliance Committee - Facilitative Branch
Replacement Alternate Replacement Member Eastern Europe Non-Annex I

Compliance Committee - Enforcement Branch
Replacement Alternate Annex I

Joint Implementation Supervisory Committee
Member Alternate Member Alternate Member Alternate Member Alternate Member Alternate Annex I Annex I Annex I Annex I Annex I EITs Annex I EITs Annex I EITs Annex I EITs Non-Annex I Non-Annex I

Expert Group on Technology Transfer (EGTT)
Member Member Member Member Member Member Member Member Member Member Africa Africa Asia GRULAC GRULAC SIDS Annex I Annex I Annex I Annex I

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Preliminary schedule of meetings for Saturday, 4 December 2010
This preliminary schedule is designed to give participants an overview for planning purposes. The information is indicative and subject to change, depending on the requirements of the negotiating process. Please consult the relevant day’s Daily Programme for final details, and the CCTV monitors for any last-minute changes. COP p.m. Informal stocktaking plenary

CMP p.m. a.m. p.m. p.m. p.m. Informal stocktaking plenary Informal consultations on matters relating to compliance under the Kyoto Protocol Informal consultations on issues relating to the clean development mechanism Informal consultations on the adaptation fund Informal consultations on the proposal from Kazakhstan to amend Annex B to the Kyoto Protocol

SBI a.m. a.m. a.m. a.m. p.m. Contact group on national communications and greenhouse gas inventory data from Parties included in Annex I to the Convention Contact group on national communications from Parties not included in Annex I to the Convention Contact group on financial mechanism of the Convention Informal consultations on financial mechanism of the Convention Closing Plenary

SBSTA a.m. p.m. Informal consultations on standardized baselines under the clean development mechanism Closing Plenary

AWG-LCA a.m. a.m. p.m. Drafting group on a shared vision for long-term cooperative action; review Drafting group on enhanced action on mitigation (para. 1b(iv) of the Bali Action Plan) Drafting group on finance, technology and capacity-building

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Status report on consideration of agenda items as at 2 December 2010
COP agenda item 2 2 (a) 2 (b) Organizational matters Election of the President of the Conference at its sixteenth session Adoption of the rules of procedure Sub-item completed Draft rules of procedure (except rule 42) continue to be applied Consultations by Mr. Joel Hernandez (Mexico) Secretariat contact: Ms. Jane Bulmer (+521 998 109 9994) Agenda adopted Consultations by Mr. Andrej Kranjc (Slovenia) Secretariat contact: Ms. Nattley Williams (+521 998 241 4028) The COP approved the list contained in document FCCC/CP/2010/4 including amendment in the plenary and thereby admitted the organizations Relevant items were referred to the SBSTA and SBI Arrangements for high-level segment confirmed, including time limits for statements Plans for upcoming plenary meetings agreed President consulting on any offers to host future sessions Contact group, chaired by Mr. Michael Zammit Cutajar (Malta) Secretariat contact: Mr. Dan Bondi Ogolla (+ 521 998 241 4024) Status

2 (c) 2 (d)

Adoption of the agenda Election of officers other than the President

2 (e)

Admission of organizations as observers

2 (f)

Organization of work, including the sessions of the subsidiary bodies

2 (g) 5

Dates and venues of future sessions Consideration of proposals by Parties under Article 17 of the Convention

CMP agenda item 2 2 (a) 2 (b) 2 (c) 5 Organizational matters Adoption of the agenda Election of replacement officers Organization of work, including the sessions of the subsidiary bodies Consideration of proposals by Parties for amendments to the Kyoto Protocol

Status

Agenda adopted Consultations in progress (refer to COP sub-item 2 (d)) Relevant items were referred to the SBSTA and SBI Plans for upcoming plenary meetings agreed Item taken up and remains open Secretariat contact: Mr. Dan Bondi Ogolla (+ 521 998 241 4024)

- 10 6 Issues relating to the clean development mechanism Contact group, co-chaired by Mr. Eduardo Calvo (Peru) and Mr. Kunihiko Shimada (Japan) Secretariat contact: Mr. Conor Barry (+521 998 241 3884) Contact group, co-chaired by Mr. Washington Zhakata (Zimbabwe) and Mr. Helmut Hojesky (Austria) Secretariat contact: Mr. James Grabert (+521 998 241 3890)

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Issues relating to joint implementation

8 8 (a) 8 (b)

Matters relating to compliance under the Kyoto Protocol Report of the Compliance Committee Appeal by Croatia against a final decision of the enforcement branch of the Compliance Committee in relation to the implementation of decision 7/CP.12 Adaptation Fund Report of the Adaptation Fund Board Review of the Adaptation Fund Contact group, co-chaired by Ms. Ruleta Camacho (Antigua and Barbuda) and Mr. Jukka Uosukainen (Finland) Secretariat contact: Mr. Marcelo Jordan (+521 998 109 8365) Consultations by Mr. Mark Berman (Canada) Secretariat contact: Ms. Jane Bulmer (+521 998 109 9994) Consultations by Ms. Socorro Flores (Mexico) Contact group, co-chaired by Mr. Pornchai Danvivathana (Thailand) and Mr. Richard Tarasofsky (Canada) Secretariat contact: Mr. Maria Socorro Manguiat (+521 998 241 4027)

9 9 (a) 9 (b)

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Proposal from Kazakhstan to amend Annex B to the Kyoto Protocol Matters relating to carbon capture and storage (general issue)

SBI agenda item 2 2 (a) 2 (b) 2 (c) 2 (d) 3 3 (a) Organizational matters Adoption of the agenda Organization of the work of the session Election of officers other than the Chair Election of replacement officers

Status

Agenda adopted, with sub-item 4 (b) held in abeyance Organization of the work agreed Consultations in progress Consultations in progress

National communications and greenhouse gas inventory data from Parties included in Annex I to the Convention Reports on national greenhouse gas inventory data from Parties included in Annex I to the Convention for the period 1990–2007 and the period 1990–2008 Contact group, co-chaired by Ms. Anke Herold (Germany) and Mr. Eric Mugurusi (United Republic of Tanzania) Secretariat contact:

- 11 3 (b) 3 (c) 3 (d) Status of submission and review of fifth national communications Date of submission of sixth national communications Further implementation of Article 12, paragraph 5, of the Convention For 3 (a): Ms. Lornaliza Kogler (+52 1 9981470472) Draft text (conclusions) available v.1 (2/12/10) For 3 (b), (c) and (d): Ms. Katia Simeonova (+52 1 9981470469) Draft text (conclusions, COP decision, CMP decision) available v.2 (2/12/10) 4 4 (a) National communications from Parties not included in Annex I to the Convention Work of the Consultative Group of Experts on National Communications from Parties not included in Annex I to the Convention Further implementation of Article 12, paragraph 5, of the Convention Provision of financial and technical support Contact group, co-chaired by Ms. Anke Herold (Germany) and Mr. Eric Mugurusi (United Republic of Tanzania) Secretariat contact: For 4 (a): Mr. Yolando Velasco (+52 1 9981099378) Draft text (conclusions) available v.2 (2/12/10) For 4 (c) and (d): Mr. Dominique Revet (+52 1 9981098130) Draft text (conclusions) available v.1 (2/12/10) 4 (b) Information contained in national communications from Parties not included in Annex I to the Convention Financial mechanism of the Convention Fourth review of the financial mechanism Report of the Global Environment Facility to the Conference of the Parties and guidance to the Global Environment Facility Assessment of the Special Climate Change Fund Least Developed Countries Fund Contact group, co-chaired by Ms. Katherine Vaughn (Australia) and Mr. Rence Sore (Solomon Islands) Secretariat contact: Mr. Paul Desanker (+52 1 9981098455) Draft text (conclusions) available v.1 (2/12/10) Draft text (decision) available v.2 (2/12/10) Contact group, co-chaired by Ms. Ana Fornells de Frutos (Spain) and Mr. Fernando Farias (Chile) Secretariat contact: Mr. Marcelo Jordan (+52 1 9981098365) Sub-item held in abeyance

4 (c) 4 (d)

5 5 (a) 5 (b)

5 (c) 5 (d)

- 12 6 Article 6 of the Convention Contact group, chaired by Mr. Pa Ousman Jarju (Gambia) Secretariat contact: Ms. Alla Metelitsa (+52 1 9981098050)

7 7 (a)

Matters relating to Article 4, paragraphs 8 and 9, of the Convention Progress on the implementation of decision 1/CP.10 Contact group, chaired by Mr. Samuel Ortiz Basualdo (Argentina) Secretariat contact: Ms. Miwa Kato (+52 1 9982414045) Draft text (conclusions) available v.1 (2/12/10)

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Matters relating to the least developed countries

Contact group, co-chaired by Ms. Katherine Vaughn (Australia) and Mr. Rence Sore (Solomon Islands) Secretariat contact: Mr. Paul Desanker (+52 1 9981098455) Draft text (conclusions) available v.2 (2/12/10) Draft text (decision) available v.2 (2/12/10)

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Development and transfer of technologies

SBI/SBSTA joint contact group, co-chaired by Mr. Carlos Fuller (Belize) and Mr. Ronald Schillemans (The Netherlands) Secretariat contact: Mr. Bert van der Plas (+52 1 9982414035) Draft text (conclusions) available v.2 (2/12/10)

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Capacity-building under the Convention

Contact group, co-chaired by Ms. Marie Jaudet (France) and Mr. Philip Gwage (Uganda) Secretariat contact: Ms. Alla Metelitsa (+52 1 99810980508) Contact group, co-chaired by Ms. Marie Jaudet (France) and Mr. Philip Gwage (Uganda) Secretariat contact: Ms. Alla Metelitsa (+52 1 99810980508) SBI/SBSTA joint contact group, co-chaired by Mr. Andrew Ure (Australia) and Mr. Eduardo Calvo Buendia (Peru) Secretariat contact: Mr. Festus Luboyera (+52 1 9982414037) SBI took note of the report Secretariat contact: Mr. Jean-François Halleux (+52 1 9981099909)

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Capacity-building under the Kyoto Protocol

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Matters relating to Article 3, paragraph 14, of the Kyoto Protocol

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Report of the administrator of the international transaction log under the Kyoto Protocol

- 13 13 Annual compilation and accounting reports for Annex B Parties under the Kyoto Protocol for 2009 and 2010 Contact group, co-chaired by Ms. Anke Herold (Germany) and Mr. Eric Mugurusi (United Republic of Tanzania) Secretariat contact: Ms. Aiping Chen (+52 1 9981472424) Draft text (conclusions) available v.1 (2/12/10) 14 Amendment of the Kyoto Protocol in respect of procedures and mechanisms relating to compliance Arrangements for intergovernmental meetings Consultations by the Chair Secretariat contact: Ms. Valentina Germani (+52 1 9981470137) Contact group, chaired by Mr. Robert Owen-Jones (Australia) Secretariat contact: Ms. Bhava Dhungana (+52 1 9982413963) Draft text (conclusions) available v.2 (2/12/10) 16 16 (a) Administrative, financial and institutional matters Audited financial statements for the biennium 2008–2009 Chair to prepare draft conclusions Secretariat contact: Mr. Steven Moore (+52 1 9982414033) Chair to prepare draft conclusions Secretariat contact: Mr. Steven Moore (+52 1 9982414033) Chair to prepare draft conclusions Secretariat contact: Mr. Steven Moore (+52 1 9982414033) Chair to prepare draft conclusions Secretariat contact: Ms. Nattley Williams (+52 1 9982414028) To be reflected in the report on the session (FCCC/SBI/2010/MISC.11, FCCC/SBI/2010/MISC.12) Draft report prepared (FCCC/SBI/2010/L.22)

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16 (b)

Budget performance for the biennium 2010– 2011

16 (c)

Continuing review of the functions and operations of the secretariat

16 (d)

Privileges and immunities for individuals serving on constituted bodies established under the Kyoto Protocol Other matters

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Report on the session

SBSTA agenda item 2 2 (a) 2 (b) Organizational matters Adoption of the agenda Organization of the work of the session

Status

Agenda adopted Organization of the work agreed

- 14 2 (c) 2 (d) 3 Election of officers other than the Chair Election of replacement officers Nairobi work programme on impacts, vulnerability and adaptation to climate change Consultations in progress Consultations in progress Contact group, co-chaired by Mr. Kishan Kumarsingh (Trinidad and Tobago) and Mr. Don Lemmen (Canada) Secretariat contact: Ms. Xianfu Lu (+52 1 9981097889) SBSTA/SBI joint contact group, co-chaired by Mr. Carlos Fuller (Belize) and Mr. Ronald Schillemans (The Netherlands) Secretariat contact: Mr. Vladimir Hecl (+52 1 9982414049) Informal consultations, facilitated by Mr. Stefan Rösner (Germany) and Mr. Arthur Rolle (Bahamas) Secretariat contact: Ms. Rocio Lichte (+52 1 9982414046)

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Development and transfer of technologies

5

Research and systematic observation

6 6 (a)

Methodological issues under the Convention Emissions from fuel used for international aviation and maritime transport Annual report on the technical review of greenhouse gas inventories from Parties included in Annex I to the Convention Revision of the UNFCCC reporting guidelines on annual inventories by Parties included in Annex I to the Convention Consultations by the Chair Secretariat contact: Mr. Bernd Hackmann (+52 1 9982413895) SBSTA took note of the report

6 (b)

6 (c)

Contact group, co-chaired by Ms. Riitta Pipatti (Finland) and Mr. Nagmeldin Elhassan (Sudan) Secretariat contact: Ms. Astrid Olsson (+52 1 9981470413) Sub-item completed To be reflected in the report on the session

6 (d) 7 7 (a)

Greenhouse gas data interface Methodological issues under the Kyoto Protocol Carbon dioxide capture and storage in geological formations as clean development mechanism project activities

Informal consultations, facilitated by Mr. Pedro Martins Barata (Portugal) and Ms. Andrea García Guerrero (Colombia) Secretariat contact: Mr. Lambert Schneider (+52 1 9982413891) Informal consultations, facilitated by Mr. Peer Stiansen (Norway) and Mr. Hugh Sealy (Grenada) Secretariat contact: Ms. Veronica Colerio (+52 1 9981470597) Informal consultations, facilitated by Mr. Eduardo Sanhueza (Chile) Secretariat contact: Mr. Lambert Schneider (+52 1 9982413891)

7 (b)

Standardized baselines under the clean development mechanism

7 (c)

Implications of the inclusion of reforestation of lands with forest in exhaustion as afforestation and reforestation clean development mechanism project activities

- 15 7 (d) 7 (e) Common metrics to calculate the CO2 equivalence of greenhouse gases Annual report on the technical review of greenhouse gas inventories and other information reported by Parties included in Annex I to the Convention that are also Parties to the Kyoto Protocol under Article 7, paragraph 1, of the Kyoto Protocol Scientific, technical and socio-economic aspects of mitigation of climate change Matters relating to Article 2, paragraph 3, of the Kyoto Protocol Sub-item completed To be reflected in the report on the session SBSTA took note of the report

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Item completed To be reflected in the report on the session SBSTA/SBI joint contact group, co-chaired by Mr. Eduardo Calvo Buendia (Peru) and Mr. Andrew Ure (Australia) Secretariat contact: Mr. Festus Luboyera (+52 1 9982414037) SBSTA Chair to prepare draft conclusions Secretariat contact: Ms. Kay Merce (+52 1 9982413887) Draft report prepared (FCCC/SBSTA/2010/L.14)

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Other matters: Activities implemented jointly under the pilot phase Report on the session

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AWG-KP agenda item 2 2 (a) 2 (b) Organizational matters Adoption of the agenda Organization of the work of the session

Status

Agenda adopted Organization of the work agreed Contact group on item 3 chaired by Ambassador John W. Ashe (Antigua and Barbuda), Chair of the AWG-KP Secretariat contact: Mr. Jigme: (+52 1 9982413979) The Contact group on item 3 has organized its work in five spin-off groups as follows: Spin-off group on Chapter I, co-facilitated by Mr. Leon Charles (Grenada) and Mr. Jürgen Lefevere (EU) Secretariat contact: Mr. Jigme: (+52 1 9982413979) Spin-off group on Chapter II, co-facilitated by Mr. Marcelo Rocha (Brazil) and Mr. Peter Iversen (Denmark) Secretariat contact: Ms. Maria Sanz Sanchez (+52 1 9982413899) Spin-off group on Chapter III, facilitated by Ambassador Adrian Macey (New Zealand) Secretariat contact: Mr. Andrew Howard (+52 1 9981470502) Spin-off group on Chapter IV, facilitated by Ambassador Adrian Macey (New Zealand) Secretariat contact: Ms. Katia Simeonova (+52 1 9981470469) Spin-off group on Chapter V, co-facilitated by Mr. Andrew Ure (Australia) and Mr. Eduardo Calvo (Peru) Secretariat contact: Mr. Festus Luboyera: (+52 1 9982414037)

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Consideration of further commitments for Annex I Parties under the Kyoto Protocol

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Other matters Report on the session

Item closed Draft report prepared (FCCC/KP/AWG/2010/L.7)

AWG-LCA agenda item 2 2 (a) 2 (b) Organizational matters Adoption of the agenda Organization of the work of the session

Status

Agenda adopted Organization of the work agreed

- 17 Contact group on agenda item 3, chaired by the Chair of the AWG-LCA Secretariat contact: Ms. Marcela Main Sancha (+52 1 9982413984) Ms. Olga Pilifosova (+52 1 9982413988) The contact group on item 3 has organized its work in four drafting groups as follows: A shared vision for long-term cooperative action; review, facilitated by Mr. Anders Turesson (Sweden) Secretariat contact: Mr. Daniel Klein (+52 1 9982413969) Enhanced action on adaptation, facilitated by Mr. Kishan Kumarsingh (Trinidad and Tobago) Secretariat contact: Mr. Youssef Nassef (+52 1 9982413902) Enhanced action on mitigation, co-facilitated by Mr. Richard Muyungi (United Republic of Tanzania) and Ms. Helen Plume (New Zealand) Secretariat contact: Ms. Olga Pilifosova (+52 1 9982413988) 3 Preparation of an outcome to be presented to the Conference of the Parties for adoption at its sixteenth session to enable the full, effective and sustained implementation of the Convention through long-term cooperative action now, up to and beyond 2012 The co-facilitators have requested Mr. Audun Rosland (Norway) to facilitate the drafting group on mitigation (para. 1b(iii) of the BAP). The co-facilitators have requested Ms. Annemarie Watt (Australia) to facilitate the drafting group on mitigation (para. 1b(iv) of the BAP). The co-facilitators have requested Mr. Nsiala Tosi Bibanda Mpanu Mpanu (Democratic Republic of the Congo) to facilitate the drafting group on mitigation (para. 1b(v) of the BAP). The co-facilitators have requested Mr. Crispin D'Auvergne (Saint Lucia) to facilitate the drafting group on mitigation (para. 1b(vi) of the BAP). Finance, technology and capacity-building co-facilitated by Mr. Burhan Gafoor (Singapore) and Mr. Kunihiko Shimada (Japan) Secretariat contact: Mr. Andrew Higham (+52 1 9982413893)

- 18 Informal consultations facilitated by the Vice-Chair of the AWG-LCA to consider submissions by Parties included in Annex I to the Convention undergoing the process of transition to a market economy and whose special circumstances are recognized by the COP Secretariat contact: Ms Nattley Williams (+52 1 9982414028) 4 5 Other matters Report on the session No other matters were raised Draft report prepared (FCCC/AWGLCA/2010/L.6)

Special announcements
Vacancies at the UNFCCC secretariat Conference participants are encouraged to bring to the attention of qualified individuals in their countries/organizations the link to the employment page of the secretariat website: <http://unfccc.int/secretariat/employment/recruitment> Four professional positions are currently advertised: Associate Information Management Officer, Sustainable Development Mechanisms Programme Chief, Human Resources Unit, Administrative Services Programme Officer, Reporting, Data and Analysis Programme Programme Officer (SBI Focal Point) Financial and Technical Support Programme The secretariat is committed to ensuring equitable geographical distribution and gender balance among its staff. To this end, it would like to especially encourage qualified women candidates and candidates from developing countries to apply for vacancies.

Announcements
Availability of meeting rooms The demand for meeting rooms is expected to exceed the capacity of the conference premises and priority will be given to meetings directly associated with the negotiating process. The secretariat appreciates participants’ understanding in this connection. Meetings will therefore only be confirmed at the earliest one day prior to the requested meeting taking place. The media centre for COP16/CMP6 is located at the Nizuc branch of the Moon Palace Hotel. Parties and observers are invited to bring to the Nizuc any press releases, publications or digital media for distribution to the media. A continuous shuttle bus operates from the lobby of Maya (Sunrise) to and from the Nizuc Media Centre. Printed materials may be conveniently displayed on available shelving in the entrance lobby. For more information telephone the COP16/CMP6 media call centre number: +521 998 283 2144

Nizuc Media Centre

- 19 Use of audio/video recording devices by participants at UNFCCC sessions Meditation room The making of audio and video recordings, including any external transmission, by Party or observer organization delegations during open and closed official meetings and in designated security zones is not permitted. The secretariat provides audio recordings of official meetings, as required by Parties. Webcasts are provided for open plenary meetings. A room for meditation and prayer is available to participants and is located in Cancunmesse, Hall D, and also in the “Meditation Garden” which is located on the beach stretching between Maya (Sunrise) and Nizuc Media Center. During COP16/CMP6, a Catholic mass is held every morning at 7.00 a.m. in the chapel located in the Nizuc section of the Moon Palace Hotel. For the duration of the conference, official Plenary meetings will be available live and on-demand, with English, Spanish and floor audio streams. Press conferences will be webcast in floor and Spanish languages as provided. A selection of side-events will be available on-demand only. On-demand files will be available within 24 hours after the close of each meeting, side-events within 48 hours. Please check the UNFCCC website for the date and time of webcast sessions at < http://unfccc.int/ >. Besides classical website information on <unfccc.int>, the secretariat is offering the mobile version of the UNFCCC website <mobile.unfccc.int> and the official iPhone/iPad application ‘Negotiator’ for the conference. Using the iPhone/iPad application ‘Negotiator’, users can: • get logistical information about the conference (directories, venue maps, etc.); • read the latest documents, agendas and meeting information; • view the latest YouTube videos and photos from the conference; • join the conference via the Facebook and Twitter channels. Please note: The iPhone/iPad app, ‘Negotiator’ can be downloaded FREE via iTunes app store. The secretariat is offering a special online reporting service to the media. Online videos will be made available on the website <unfccc.int> summarizing the secretariat's press briefing. This video can be viewed and downloaded for Podcast. The secretariat is encouraging online media to link to the online video. All videos can be found on <YouTube.com/climateconference> and iTunes. Community tools, such as Facebook, Twitter and Flickr will allow to participate and to respond to the conference in Cancún. All links can be found on the Cancun conference page on <unfccc.int>. Blogger's Loft A special support area is available to participants who need a fixed Internet connection in order to upload multimedia content to the web, blogs and social networking sites. The Blogger’s Loft on the upper level of the Cancunmesse provides workspace, power and fixed Internet connections for a limited number. The Blogger’s Loft is prioritized for those working with multimedia content. Participants needing only access to the Internet for email or office purposes should utilize the computer centres or wireless zones. The Blogger’s Loft is part of a pilot project by the UNFCCC secretariat with the United Nations Foundation that seeks to explore options for the participation of new “digital media” both physically and virtually in the UNFCCC process. During the Conference, all online media and bloggers using the Blogger’s lounge will also be able to attend a series of interactive “digital media conversation” events to be held in the Desierto Press Conference Room in the Cancunmesse starting on Saturday, 4 December. Watch for the schedule in the Daily Programme.

Catholic Mass Webcasts of the sessions

Online Services@Cancun

- 20 First Aid Credentials Medical services are located in Maya (Sunrise) and Nizuc Media center.

“Credentials of representatives, alternate representatives and advisers shall be issued either by the Head of State or Government or by the Minister for Foreign Affairs.” Delegations are kindly requested to present the corresponding letters of credentials to the External Relations team in the Conference Affairs office, located on the ground floor, Sunrise/Maya (left of the escalators).
Publications clearly attributed to a Party or an observer organization can be distributed and displayed, after approval, at the Climate Change Publications Counter. The counter is located at Cancunmesse (Hall C). Please provide a sample to Ms. Claudia Pena-Martin at the Side Events and Exhibits Coordination Office, located at Cancunmesse (Hall C). The counter cannot manage large volumes, but will assist in changing the range of documents. Organizers of Exhibits are requested to display and distribute documents at their Exhibit booths. Side Event advertisements and invitations can be posted on the notice boards located in both Cancunmesse and Moon Palace. Contact information Ms. Claudia Pena-Martin see@unfccc.int Tel: +52 1998 2413 873

Climate Change Publications Counter

Delegation nameplates

Delegates are kindly requested not to remove country nameplates from the meeting rooms. The secretariat is unable to replace these at short notice and this can lead to serious disruptions at meetings. Participants should ensure that they wear their conference badge in full view at all times, as the security officers may request them to verify their identity. This may lead to some inconvenience, but it is expected that participants will appreciate the need for such arrangements. The Mexican Government has a dedicated a number for emergency situations. Please note that the medical and security emergency number is 066. In order to ensure compliance with building fire regulations, UN Security may ask participants to refrain from accessing meeting rooms or vacate meeting rooms if the room capacity is full. Thank you for your cooperation. An information hotline has been established by the Mexican Government. The number for the Information hotline is 01 800 COP 1600. Participants are reminded not to leave personal belongings in meeting rooms. Documents left in meeting rooms and on unattended desks will be removed. The Security office, located near the main entrance, is responsible for lost and found items. Pigeonholes for the distribution of official documents and messages, which delegates are kindly requested to check at regular intervals, are located next to the Documents Distribution counter. Participants are requested to refrain from distributing nonofficial material via the pigeonholes. Offices for the business and industry non-governmental organizations (BINGOs), environmental non-governmental organizations (ENGOs), farmers non-governmental organizations (Farmers), indigenous peoples organizations (IPOs), local government and municipal authorities (LGMAs), research and independent non-governmental organizations (RINGOs), trade union non-governmental organizations (TUNGOs), youth non-governmental organizations (YOUNGOs) and the women and gender nongovernmental organizations (Women and Gender) are located in Moon Palace (Chile, ground floor).

Security

Medical and security Emergencies Building fire regulations

Information Hotline Lost and found items Pigeonholes for delegates

Facilities for observer organizations

- 21 Catering If you wish to order catering for your side event or meetings, please liaise directly with the official company at the following link <http://www.inhouseservicescop16.com>. Please note that catering orders can only be received through this website up to 72 hours prior to your event. In order to avoid overlaps of catering at side event, catering services will only be provided AFTER side events. It is the responsibility of the organizer to ensure that no food or beverages are taken inside meeting rooms. If you have any further questions, please contact Ms. Ofelia Peniche (see contact information below). On-site staff at the “in-house Services” desk at Cancunmesse will also be able to provide assistance. Contact Information Ms. Ofelia Peniche openiche@centrobanamex.com Tel: +52 155 2728 7618

Information note
New catering locations: In addition to the existing arrangement, two new catering locations, Palapa Fragata and Pool Terraza, are available outside Maya. They serve a buffet for 200 Mexican pesos, which includes a soft drink. More information and tickets are available at the catering ticket counter on the ground floor of Maya.

Key contacts
Executive Secretary Conference of the Parties (COP) Conference of the Parties serving as the meeting of the Parties to the Kyoto Protocol (CMP) Subsidiary Body for Implementation (SBI) Subsidiary Body for Scientific and Technological Advice (SBSTA) Ad Hoc Working Group on Further Commitments for Annex I Parties under the Kyoto Protocol (AWG-KP) Ad Hoc Working Group on Long-term Cooperative Action under the Convention (AWG-LCA) Coordinator, Conference Affairs Services Chief Legal Adviser Liaison with Government delegates and registration; funding for delegations Liaison with observer organizations Conference Spokesperson Media Relations Officer Ms. Christiana Figueres Ms. June Budhooram Ms. June Budhooram Ms. Preety Bhandari Ms. Wanna Tanunchaiwatana Mr. Vitaly Matsarski Mr. Halldor Thorgeirsson Ms. Salwa Dallalah Mr. Dan Bondi Ogolla Mr. Horacio Peluffo Ms. Megumi Endo Mr. Eric Hall Mr. John Hay

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Events
For a full schedule of side events during the sessions and a list of the exhibits, please visit the UNFCCC website at <http://unfccc.int/>. The secretariat would like to note that the scheduling of events remains dependent upon the demands of the negotiating process. For short-term changes please consult the CCTV monitors. Descriptions of the events listed below have been reproduced as received, and without formal editing.

UNFCCC and related events
Time Title/Theme Adaptation fund: Accreditation process and project cycle The chair and the vice-chair of the Adaptation Fund Board, and the chair of the accreditation panel will make presentations on the accreditation process, as well as on the project cycle. Presentation of the CDM methodologies booklet The CDM methodologies booklet will be presented. This booklet will assist project proponents, potential project proponents and other stakeholders in the identification of methodologies that are suitable to their project activity and areas already covered by approved methodologies where they can develop CDM project activities. Outcomes of survey by the Consultative Group of Experts (CGE) on national communications from non-Annex I Parties The CGE will present the result of the survey it conducted on identification of technial problems and constraints affecting NAI Parties in the preparation of their national communications and assessment of capacity building needs. UNFCCC analysis of how the CDM has contributed to technology transfer An updated analysis of the CDM's role in technology transfer will be presented, based on improved data from 5000 projects. The analysis gives new perspectives on how technology transfer is changing with the evolution of the CDM. Organizer Global Environment Facility (GEF) Ms. Marcia Levaggi mlevaggi@thegef.org (+1 202 4736390) Venue

13.20– 14.40

Pitaya (Cancunmesse Hall C)

13.20– 14.40

Secretariat of the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC) Ms. Verónica Colerio vcolerio@unfccc.int (+49 228 8151027)

Sandia (Cancunmesse Hall C)

18.30– 20.00

Secretariat of the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC) Mr. Yolando Velasco yvelasco@unfccc.int (+49 228 8151427)

Pitaya (Cancunmesse Hall C)

18.30– 20.00

Secretariat of the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC) Mr. Andrew Howard ahoward@unfccc.int (+49 228 8151617)

Sandia (Cancunmesse Hall C)

- 23 Side events
Time Title/Theme IT Sector & Transformative Solutions. Evaluating the state of public and private sector leadership The IT sector is poised to play an essential role in delivering the clean energy economy needed to protect the planet. Hear from representatives of Global IT brands about what is needed from governments to drive rapid deployment of these transformational solutions, and how Greenpeace ranks them. Addressing climate change and REDD+ using indigenous peoples' traditional knowledge and practices The side event will highlight how indigenous peoples are addressing climate change and REDD+ in various regions of the world using their traditional knowledge. Emerging scientific findings and ongoing dialogue with the research community Convened by the ESSP and its ICSU interdisciplinary bodies (DIVERSITAS, IGBP, IHDP, WCRP), this session is part of an ongoing dialogue (under UNFCCC SBSTA) between the Parties and the global change research programmes, including updates on emerging scientific findings from the research community. Importance of NAMAs and MRV The Side Event will provide an opportunity for discussion on how we can plan NAMAs in MRV manner, while ensuring implementation of identified actions on that way. Information regarding the project: "Capacity development project on NAMAs", funded by the JICA, will be provided. Is climate-smart agriculture possible? Presentations by countries will showcase approaches to climate-smart agriculture – agriculture that sustainably increases productivity, resilience (adaptation), reduces/removes GHGs (mitigation), and enhances achievement of national food security and development goals. Organizer Greenpeace International (Greenpeace) Ms. Naomi Goodman naomi.goodman@greenpeace.org (+31 20 7182143) Venue

11.30– 13.00

Jaguar (Cancunmesse Hall D)

11.30– 13.00

Tebtebba Foundation Mr. Raymond de Chavez raymond@tebtebba.org (+63 74 4447703)

Mamey (Cancunmesse Hall C)

11.30– 13.00

International Council for Science (ICSU) Ms. Ada Ignaciuk ada.ignaciuk@essp.org +33 1 40798042)

Monarca (Cancunmesse Hall D)

13.20– 14.40

Serbia Ms. Ana Repac ana.repac@ekoplan.gov.rs (+38 11 126037)

Mamey (Cancunmesse Hall C)

13.20– 14.40

Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO), International Fund for Agricultural Development (IFAD), Secretariat of the United Nations Convention to Combat Desertification (UNCCD), World Food Programme (WFP) Mr. Reuben Sessa reuben.sessa@fao.org (+39 340 8583070)

Aguila (Cancunmesse Hall C)

- 24 Delivering fast start finance In the Copenhagen Accord developed countries committed to provide “fast start” finance between 2010-2012 to meet developing countries adaptation and mitigation needs. The UK has committed £1.5bn and together with recipients and delivery agents will show achievements so far and lessons for the future. Ethics: The indispensable missing element at COP 16/CMP 6 Describe why the failure of nations to base national positions on ethical principles has had adverse practical consequences in international negotiations including in the lead up to COP 16/CMP 6. Pueblos Indígenas de la Cuenca Amazónica, Cambio Climático y aplicación de sus derechos Visibilización de prácticas de mecanismos REDD en territorios de los pueblos indígenas amazónicos, casos concretos como Bolivia. Actores bilaterales, multilaterales sus propuestas e incorporación de derechos de los pueblos indígenas en las mimas. A global registry for NAMAs: linking mitigation, technology, finance and sustainable development Crucial element for a balanced, fair and inclusive design of a registry will be proposed, targeting negotiators and others involved in the design of NAMAs. The side event addresses institutional elements to operationalise principles of national appropriateness, MRV and sustainable development. Climate change adaptation and humanitarian action Humanitarian organizations present practical solutions to support vulnerable communities in developing countries. Integrated disaster management including preparedness, risk reduction and response, is crucial to minimize impacts from climate-related disasters and strengthen community resilience. United Kingdom Ms. Ruth Cooke-Yarborough ruth.cookeyarborough@decc.gsi.g ov.uk (+44 300 686750)

13.20– 14.40

Jaguar (Cancunmesse Hall D)

15.00– 16.30

Pennsylvania State University (PSU), Widener University Ms. Lisa Skripek lms4@psu.edu (+1 814 8637598)

Aguila (Cancunmesse Hall C)

15.00– 16.30

Coordinating Body of Indigenous Organizations of the Amazon Basin (COICA) Sra. Jenny Vaca jen.vasalaz@gmail.com (+593 22 3226744)

Monarca (Cancunmesse Hall D)

University of Linköping (LiU) Mr. Björn-Ola Linnér bjorn.ola.linner@liu.se (+46 11 363233) Mamey (Cancunmesse Hall C)

15.00– 16.30

15.00– 16.30

International Federation of Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies (IFRC) Mr. Daniel Kull daniel.kull@ifrc.org (+41 22 7304683)

Jaguar (Cancunmesse Hall D)

- 25 Innovating and inspiring new thinking on the social dimensions of climate change What rationales are behind climate change debates? How are they linked to gendered roles, knowledge and responsibilities? The event will reflect innovative thinking on these issues from the BRIDGE cutting edge programme and discuss how to create wise, sustainable solutions. Co-hosted by LIFE and IDS. The reformed financial mechanism/ Accounting for national and multilateral funds in climate finance This session reviews and updates Oxford Climate Policy proposals for a reformed financial mechanism, and presents new research by University of Zurich, IIED, and Brown University on how climate finance is being accounted for by national and multilateral funds. Transition to climate friendly agriculture: the current finance regime versus viable alternatives An IATP/IFOAM event. Transforming agriculture for mitigatiandn/adaptation while strengthening food rights and rural livelihoods requires reliable public funding. Speakers discuss current climate financing and alternatives, U.S. Farm Bill reforms, agro-ecological approaches and viable bottom-up practices. Accounting for the land sector in practice: A comparison of domestic policies and options Countries with reporting obligations are using and advocating different approaches to land sector accounting. What are the different rationales? What difference would it actually make? Where is the common ground? Climate change and the Iberoamerican forum for sustainable energy Iberoamerican forum for sustainable energy is an initiative of industrial associations, governments and regulators from Latin America and Europe aiming at contributing to a sustainable energy future. Initiatives and visions on climate change implemented by members of the Forum will be presented. Institute of Development Studies (IDS), LIFE e.V. Ms. Alyson Brody A.Brody@ids.ac.uk (+44 1273 915814)

16.45– 18.15

Jaguar (Cancunmesse Hall D)

16.45– 18.15

Brown University - Watson Institute, Oxford Climate Policy Mr. J. Timmons Roberts timmons@brown.edu (+401 441 2103)

Monarca (Cancunmesse Hall D)

16.45– 18.15

Institute for Agriculture and Trade Policy (IATP), International Federation of Organic Agriculture Movements (IFOAM) Ms. Eleonore Wesserle ewesserle@iatp.org (+1 612 8703425)

Mamey (Cancunmesse Hall C)

16.45– 18.15

National Association of Forest Industries (NAFI) Ms. Lisa Marty lmarty@vafi.org.au (+61 3 96119003)

Aguila (Cancunmesse Hall C)

18.30– 20.00

Asociación Española de la Industria Eléctrica* (UNESA) Sra. Cristina Rivero crivero@unesa.es (+34 91 5674800)

Cacao (Cancunmesse Hall D)

- 26 Shifting to low-carbon and climateresilient development in Asia and the Pacific The event to be held by ADB, IGES and NIES will highlight what Asian and Pacific countries are doing to mitigate greenhouse gas emissions in their development processes and strengthen their resilience to climate change with international financing, capacity building and analytical support. Understanding climate change: Success stories in raising climate awareness and education A showcase of inspiring case studies and success stories to demonstrate how awareness raising and education play an important role in mobilizing climate action and stimulate a discussion on how public awareness raising and education on climate can become even more effective. Asian Development Bank (ADB), Institute for Global Environmental Strategies (IGES), National Institute for Environmental Studies (NIES) Ms. Annie Idanan aidanan@adb.org (+63 2 6325779)

18.30– 20.00

Mamey (Cancunmesse Hall C)

18.30– 20.00

United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO), UN Communications Group, United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP), United Nations Children’s Fund (UNICEF), World Meteorological Organization (WMO) Ms. Julia Heiss j.heiss@unesco.org (+33 1 45681036) KfW, climatepolicy.net e.V. Mr. Jochen Harnisch jochen.harnisch@kfw.de (+49 69 74319695)

Aguila (Cancunmesse Hall C)

20.15– 21.45

NAMA proposals: overview and financing options Several countries are currently developing concrete proposals for nationally appropriate mitigation actions that need appropriate financing. The side event by KFW and climatepolicy.net will present an overview of proposals at different stages and discuss financing possibilities via development banks. Climate forestation projects Forestations could be a major driver to reduce CO2 in our atmosphere. Amazingly, in 2010 the number of forestation projects on the voluntary market has passed the Kyoto market! The IFSA and the CarbonFix Standard give an overview on the possibilities how to foster climate forestations worldwide. Climate techno-fixes: Is the cure worse than the disease? Event by ETC and EcoNexus Proposed technofixes include geoengineering (ocean fertilization, stratospheric aerosols and cloud whitening) as well as synthetic biology, biofuels, biochar and GE monocultures across millions of hectares. Hear how the impacts of these "solutions" could be worse than those of climate change itself.

Mamey (Cancunmesse Hall C)

20.15– 21.45

CarbonFix e.V., International Forestry Students’ Association (IFSA) Mr. Moriz Vohrer m.vohrer@carbonfix.info (+49 711 49039902)

Aguila (Cancunmesse Hall C)

20.15– 21.45

ETC Group (Action Group on Erosion, Technology and Concentration) (ETC Group), ECONEXUS Ms. Ribeiro Silvia etc@etcgroup.org (+1 613 2412267)

Sandia (Cancunmesse Hall C)

- 27 Climate technologies: research results and policy options for development and transfer The negotiations on technology transfer have made some progress since Copenhagen. This side-event reviews national and international policy options to enhance technology development and transfer. It draws on new empirical research by ECN (Netherlands) and the Sussex Energy Group (UK), and analyses key options such as low carbon innovation centres. Biochar's mitigation and adaptation potential for global agricultural systems and soil benefits Sustainable biochar systems can enhance agricultural productivity, particularly on degraded soils, and enhance adaptation. Global biochar projects will be highlighted, as well as new data on potential CO2 removals, at long timescales, from sustainable biochar systems. Climate change and cities: Science for adaptation and mitigation Rapid urban growth, particularly in lowand middle-income nations, affects climate change adaptation and mitigation potential. Research related to resilience, risk, individual and collective obligations, governance and the role of cities and adaptive capacity of urban populations will be the focus of this discussion. Introducing global mechanisms for measurable, reportable, verifiable local climate action Local authorities worldwide move to the next phase of concrete climate action at the World Mayors Summit on Climate in Mexico City on 21 November 2010. The summit will launch global mechanisms to formulate measurable, verifiable and reportable local climate action now, up to and beyond 2012. University of Sussex - Sussex Energy Group, Energy Research Centre of the Netherlands (ECN) Mr. Jim Watson w.j.watson@sussex.ac.uk (+44 1273 873539)

20.15– 21.45

Jaguar (Cancunmesse Hall D)

20.15– 21.45

International Biochar Initiative (IBI) Ms. Debbie Reed dcdebbiereed@yahoo.com (+1 202 7014298)

Cacao (Cancunmesse Hall D)

20.15– 21.45

University Corporation for Atmospheric Research (UCAR), Institute for Social and Environmental Transition (ISET), University of Colorado at Boulder (CU-Boulder) Ms. Rachel Hauser rhauser@ucar.edu (+1 303 4971117) ICLEI-Local Governments for Sustainability (ICLEI) Mr. Yunus Arikan yunus.arikan@iclei.org (+49 151 50750004)

Pitaya (Cancunmesse Hall C)

20.15– 21.45

Monarca (Cancunmesse Hall D)

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Interviews at the Climate Change Studio
In order to channel the dynamic and engaging views and ideas of participants, the secretariat has continued the “Climate Change Studio” – a platform that provides an opportunity for applicants to be interviewed briefly by a professional journalist on actions, solutions, observations and issues that impact on climate change. The Climate Change Studio is located in the exhibition area in Cancunmesse. For further information and scheduling of an interview, please contact Mr. Vineet Topa at the Side Events and Exhibits Coordination Office (Cancunmesse Hall C) or via email at see@unfccc.int. Time Title/Theme With informed decision making and end-use efficiency 100% renewable energy is possible Planning the future energy mix with the technologies of the future Internalization of external costs Education for 100% renewable energy Removing harmful subsidies Preventing dislocation of obsolete technologies from one country to another Storage of renewable energies. Hydropower’s role in Mitigation and Adaptation Hydro’s role in mitigation is well known, as a renewable energy source itself, and as an enabler for other renewable energies, and renewable energy systems. However, hydro’s role in adaptation is only now becoming clear. A key adaptation question is how to manage water, either too much or too little of it. Hydro has a vital role to play in both scenarios. FUTURE CLIMATE – an international engineering project How should we meet, on the one hand, global energy demands and yet still limit the global temperature rise to within 2°c? Future Climate is an international engineering project which so far represents approaching half million engineers from 10 countries. We provide data to enable national energy plans to be developed. Organizer Marmara University Tanay Sidki Uyar, Vice President WWEA tanayuyar@gmail.com Venue

12.30– 12.50

Climate Change Studio (Cancunmesse Hall C)

International Hydropower Association Cameron Ironside ci@hydropower.org (+44 77 8715 5524)

13.00– 13.20

Climate Change Studio (Cancunmesse Hall C)

13.20– 13.40

Danish Society of Engineers Dr. Alison Cooke, CEng FIMechE, Research Manager Energy Efficiency in the built Environment ajc18@eng.cam.ac.uk Ms. Pernille Hagedorn Rasmussen, phr@ida.dk Dr. Brian Vad Mathiesen, bvm@plan.aau.dk

Climate Change Studio (Cancunmesse Hall C)

- 29 Real success in minus cost and high GHG reduction action – vegan diet The whole world focuses mostly on energy, industry & transportation, yet if we look at water, land, forest, ocean, food & ecosystem, livestock industry damages 33% to 70% of these human survival dependent environmental cycling elements and is the mother cause of all causes. Changing diet can recover forest, land and ocean’s CO2 sequestration ability in an immediate term which resolves the present problems and thus be the foundation for long term development of green energy and technology. Real successes to share with governments & civic society for implementation. Living up to the Educational Challenge of Article 6: Preparing children and young people for climate change The interview will report outcomes from the 2 December side event of the same name, underscoring the importance of Article 6 implementation through school programmes and out of school innovations. Highlighting intergenerational action, child participation and the importance of partnerships as a key strategy to national capacity development, looking to raise their priority for negotiators. The importance of flexible mechanisms to assure effective GHG mitigation in the energy sector Energy generation in emerging countries will triple by 2030. Incentives for clean growth are needed to prevent the installation of GHG intensive assets. National policies in combination with the CDM are a first step towards more efficient market mechanisms. Animal welfare and climate change What is animal welfare and why it matters to animals, people and the environment. How animals and those that look after them are negatively impacted by climate change. How good animal welfare practices can help reduce greenhouse gas emissions. Centre for Climate Change and Environmental Studies Chu, Lei chulei8008@hotmail.com

13.40– 14.00

Climate Change Studio (Cancunmesse Hall C)

Earth Child Institute Donna Goodman donna@earthchildinstitute.org (+1 203 376 9177) Climate Change Studio (Cancunmesse Hall C)

15.00– 15.20

15.20– 15.40

Project Developer Forum Philipp Hauser, Senior Manager Carbon Credits GDF SUEZ Energy Latin America (+55 21 3974 5443) Heleen.DEVOS@gdfsuezla.com

Climate Change Studio (Cancunmesse Hall C)

15.40– 16.00

World Society for the protection of Animals (WSPA) Max Brandt maxbrandt@wspainternational.org

Climate Change Studio (Cancunmesse Hall C)

- 30 Hope for the Near-Term Climate: A Prototype Financing Mechanism for Methane The urgency of slowing warming in the Arctic and Himalayas has focused attention on the need for rapid reductions in methane. Methane Panel member Rafe Pomerance discusses plans for a prototype methane financing facility; and its potential to hold global temperature rise below 2 degrees. Japan’s 25% GHG Emission Reduction Target can be Achieved Domestically! We show the result of our ‘CASA 2020 Model’ simulation, the potentials of GHG emission reduction in Japan by domestic actions. Climate Policy Center Rafe Pomerance, President, Clean Air - Cool Planet, and former senior U.S./Kyoto climate negotiator. rpomerance@cleanaircoolplanet.org

17.00– 17.20

Climate Change Studio (Cancunmesse Hall C)

17.20– 17.40

Citizens’ Alliance for Saving the Atmosphere and the Earth (CASA) Masatake Uezono, Director (+81-6-6910-6301) office@casa.bnet.jp

Climate Change Studio (Cancunmesse Hall C)

Other events
Descriptions of the events listed below have been reproduced as received, and without formal editing.

Mexican pavilion
Time Title/Theme Mexico's key policy instrument results: Special Climate Change Program 20092012 Speakers: Juan Elvira Quesada, Minister of Environment and Natural Resources; Fernando Tudela, Undersecretary of Planning and Environmental Policy Towards low carbon cities in Mexico Speakers: Sara Topelson, SEDESOL; Ariel Cano, CONAVI; Sandra Herrera, SEMARNAT; Javier Gavito, SHF Tequila: Waste and renewable energy Speakers: Francisco Xavier Villaseñor and Ramón Eduardo Sandoval. Tasting Organizer Ministry of Environment and Natural Resources of Mexico Lourdes García mgarciar@sre.gob.mx Venue Mexican Pavilion (Cancunmesse Hall D)

11.00– 12.30

13.00– 14.30

Ministry of Social Development of Mexico (CONAVI and SEMARNAT) Lourdes García mgarciar@sre.gob.mx Concesiones del Sureste Lourdes García mgarciar@sre.gob.mx

Mexican Pavilion (Cancunmesse Hall D) Mexican Pavilion (Cancunmesse Hall D)

15.30– 17.00

Brazilian pavilion
Time 11.00– 12.00 Title/Theme CDM in the context of the national mitigation policy, the case of Santa Catarina The event will present CDM projects developed in the State of Santa Catarina. Video exibition Ethanol made from sugarcane is an ideal renewable fuel that can help reduce greenhouse gases while diversifying World's energy resources Organizer Government of Santa Catarina, Brazil Mr. Guilherme Dallacosta jeysa@sds.sc.gov.br (+55 48 3029 9081) Brazilian Sugarcane Industry Association Mrs. Jeanine Souza jeanine@unica.com.br (+55 11 3093 4949) Venue Brazilian Pavillion (Cancunmesse Hall D) Brazilian Pavillion (Cancunmesse Hall D)

12.30– 12.45

- 31 Amazon fund The main objective of the Amazon Fund is to foster projects that contribute directly or indirectly to the conservation and sustainable use of forests in the Amazon biome through non-reimbursable financing. Fundraising for the Amazon Fund is grounded on the effective reduction of CO2 emissions. Businesses avenues towards a low carbon economy in Brazil Round table between the Brazilian Business Council for Sustainable Development, Center of Sustainability at Fundação Getúlio Vargas and Brazilian National Confederation of Industry about current challenges regarding low carbon management by companies in Brazil and possible future scenarios. Renewable energy in Brazil: Contributions for reduction of greenhouse gases emissions The event will present an overview of Brazilian efforts and achievements in the development of renewable energies. Brazilian Development Bank (BNDES) Mrs. Ana Luiza Landin luiza@bndes.gov.br (+55 21 2172 7552)

14.30– 15.15

Brazilian Pavillion (Cancunmesse Hall D)

15.45– 17.00

Brazilian National Confederation of Industry Mrs. Paula Bennati pbannati@cni.org.br (+49 1761 027 9439)

Brazilian Pavillion (Cancunmesse Hall D)

18.00– 19.30

Department of Energy, Brazilian Ministry of External Relations Mr. André Correa do Lago drn@itamaraty.gov.br (+55 61 3411 8989)

Brazilian Pavillion (Cancunmesse Hall D)

EU pavilion
Time Title/Theme The Polar Explorer The Polar Explorer is a film that reports on the latest scientific research related to climate change done in the Arctic and Antarctica. With data as recent as three weeks ago, this film provides some alarming new information about our melting ice caps. Filmmakers Mark Terry and Jordana Aarons will conduct a Q&A following the screening. Total time of session: 1 hour. Creating public goods for renewable energies the Global Solar and Wind Atlas and the long-term strategy for joint capacity-building The Multilateral Solar and Wind (S&W) Working Group was established in June 2010 to implement the action plans on S&W energy technologies mandated by the MEF. Thirteen countries are already involved and this has given rise to a lively exchange between politics and science initially focusing on a concept for a global S&W Atlas and a long-term strategy on joint capacity-building. Organizer Polar Cap Productions Ms Jordana Aarons jordana@polarexplorerfilm.com (+416 480 1996) Mr Mark Terry mark@polarexplorerfilm.com (+416 480 1996) Venue

09.00– 10.00

EU Pavilion (Cancunmesse Hall D)

10.30– 12.30

German Federal Ministry for the Environment, Nature Conservation and Nuclear Safety, Spanish Ministry of Industry, Tourism and Trade and Danish Ministry for Climate and Energy Mr Martin Schoepe Martin.schoepe@bmu.bund.de (+49 30 18 305 36 40)

EU Pavilion (Cancunmesse Hall D)

- 32 Engaging the private sector in climate change mitigation activities This side event will discuss a recent study on how to increase the private sector’s role in the UNFCCC. It will also provide information on EU plans to standardise the measurement of GHG emissions and explore possibilities for public-private partnerships, industrial sector-specific co-operative mitigation activities and private capacity-building programmes. Under which conditions are REDD+ projects feasible? How to launch REDD+ projects will be the focus of this side event. It will gather experiences and insights from REDD+ project developers, public and private banks, and tropical country authorities. The publication REDD+ at the project scale: assessment and development guide will be presented. What’s new in financing climate change? Global figures and concrete innovations National and international financial institutions and experts will discuss recent global data on international public climate finance. The event will look at concrete investments and financing innovations which meet developing countries’ needs. European Commission – DG Enterprise and Industry Ms Anna Sole Mena Anna.sole-mena@ec.europa.eu (+ 32 2 29 66 501)

13.00– 15.00

EU Pavilion (Cancunmesse Hall D)

15.30– 17.30

Office National des Forêts (ONF), France Mr Clement Chenost Clement.chenost@onf.fr (+ 33 61 61 75 000)

EU Pavilion (Cancunmesse Hall D)

18.00– 20.00

United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP), Global Climate Partnership Fund (KfW), European Investment Bank (EIB), Nordic Environment Finance Corporation (NEFCO), Japan International Cooperation Agency (JICA) and Agence française de développement (AFD) Mr Oliver Grandvoinet grandvoineto@afd.fr (+ 33 607 44 83 73)

EU Pavilion (Cancunmesse Hall D)

- 33 U.S. Center Events
Time Title/Theme Local partnerships for city adaptation and air pollution megacities In comparing the air over Mexico City and Los Angeles, NASA and NOAA found that there are win-win scenarios for improving air quality and helping to reduce climate change; and there are future scenarios that should be avoided. This session will focus on the information needed to make decisions. Climate change and health The U.S. has expanded its activities on the health aspects of climate change and is making a strong commitment to minimizing public health consequences. Speakers will discuss current understanding of health and climate change, and international activities for preventing adverse health outcomes. Climate services and disaster risk management Driven by the rising economic and human costs of disasters, humanitarian actors are shifting from a response paradigm toward policies and strategies that include preparedness and prevention. Climate and humanitarian partnerships have resulted in improved outcomes in Asia, Africa and Latin America. The energy of the future: RENEWABLES U.S. technologies and products lead in many areas. This event shows what the U.S. has to offer in renewable energy products including: biofuels, green buildings, IT, wind, solar, and gridtechnologies. These are current U.S. technologies that can show how GHG emissions will be reduced. Global mobilization in response to ocean acidification Scripps Oceanography, Plymouth Marine Laboratory and colleagues highlight the latest research into potential biological and socio-economic impacts, and action being taken by world governments to understand future threats from ocean acidification. Organizer National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) U.S. Center cop16uscenter@yahoo.com Venue

9.30– 11.30

Meeting room, U.S. Center (Cancunmesse Hall D)

11.45– 13.15

National Institute for Environmental Health Sciences (NIEHS) U.S. Center cop16uscenter@yahoo.com

Meeting room, U.S. Center (Cancunmesse Hall D)

14.30– 16.00

National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) U.S. Center cop16uscenter@yahoo.com

Meeting room, U.S. Center (Cancunmesse Hall D)

U.S. Department of Commerce (USDOC) U.S. Center cop16uscenter@yahoo.com

16.15– 17.45

Meeting room, U.S. Center (Cancunmesse Hall D)

Scripps Institute of Oceanography cop16uscenter@yahoo.com Meeting room, U.S. Center (Cancunmesse Hall D)

17.45– 19.15

- 34 In rotation: 10.00– 13.00 14.00– 18.00 • • • • • The State of the Climate Adapting to Climate Change: What’s Next? International Collaboration for Enhanced Decision Making Mitigating Climate Change: Observations Around the World Using Remotely-Sensed Data to Inform Decisions U.S. Center cop16uscenter@yahoo.com Exhibit room, U.S. Center (Cancunmesse Hall D)

Rio Conventions' Ecosystems and Climate Change Pavilion
The Rio Conventions' Ecosystems and Climate Change Pavilion is a collaborative outreach activity involving the Rio Convention secretariats, the Global Environment Facility and other important partners. In Cancun, the Ecosystems Pavilion will have a physical ‘base’ at Cancunmesse, but also has events at other locations, providing a diverse range of opportunities to discuss the linkages between biodiversity, climate change and sustainable land management. During the course of COP 16/CMP 6, negotiators and other key decision-makers, scientists, and practitioners will be able to discuss the links between forest biodiversity and adaptation and mitigation; the role of oceans; indigenous peoples and communities, water, the role of protected areas, climate change biodiversity loss, desertification and land degradation, and financing. A full programme is available at <http://www.ecosystemspavilion.org/en/cancun>. Time Title/Theme Addressing climate change and REDD+ using indigenous peoples' traditional knowledge and practices The side event will highlight how indigenous peoples are addressing climate change and REDD+ in various regions of the world using their traditional knowledge. Emerging scientific findings and ongoing dialogue with the research community Convened by the ESSP and its ICSU interdisciplinary bodies (DIVERSITAS, IGBP, IHDP, WCRP), this session is part of an ongoing dialogue (under UNFCCC SBSTA) between the Parties and the global change research programmes, including updates on emerging scientific findings from the research community. Introducing global mechanisms for measurable, reportable, verifiable local climate action Local authorities worldwide move to the next phase of concrete climate action at the World Mayors Summit on Climate in Mexico City on 21 November 2010. The summit will launch global mechanisms to formulate measurable, verifiable and reportable local climate action now, up to and beyond 2012. Organizer Tebtebba Foundation Mr. Raymond de Chavez raymond@tebtebba.org (+63 74 4447703) Venue

11.30– 13.00

Mamey (Cancunmesse Hall C)

11.30– 13.00

International Council for Science (ICSU) Ms. Ada Ignaciuk ada.ignaciuk@essp.org (+33 1 40798042)

Monarca (Cancunmesse Hall D)

20.15– 21.45

ICLEI-Local Governments for Sustainability (ICLEI) Mr. Yunus Arikan yunus.arikan@iclei.org (+49 151 50750004)

Monarca (Cancunmesse Hall D)

- 35 BINGO events
Time Title/Theme The International Council of Chemical Associations will present its carbon lifecycle study, showing greenhouse gas emissions and abatement opportunities. ICCA will also brief on its plans for further work in 2011 on IEA technology roadmaps in catalysis, building efficiency, and biomass. Organizer International Council of Chemical Associations Innovation for Low Carbon Pathways (ICCA) Mr. Peter Botschek PBO@cefic.be Venue

10.00– 12.00

Cacao BINGO room (Cancunmesse Hall D)

Other activities
Descriptions of the events listed below have been reproduced as received, and without formal editing. Please note that the UNFCCC Secretariat now requires proposals for NGO activities and actions to be received at least two days in advance. Time Title/Theme Greenpeace challenge: Morewalklesstalk Greenpeace is hosting "morewalklesstalk" a competition to find the person and the country that covers the most ground in Cancún! Time for Climate Justice Photo Exhibition Poor people in developing countries are suffering first and worst from the consequences of climate change, yet they have done least to cause the problem. Around the world people are speaking up for climate justice. World leaders must deliver. Check the Time for Climate Justice Campaign photo exhibit. UNCCD COP10 UNCCD COP10 will be held in Korea, Oct 2011. We invite you to a photo-taking session, where you can wear a Korean wedding costume – twice a day! 10 to 11 a.m. & 15 to 16 p.m. Visit us for publications, materials and souvenirs. Youth And Climate Change In Liberia The role and understanding of Liberian youth in the discussions of climate change at COP 16. Organizer Greenpeace Naomi Goodman naomi.goodman@greenpeace.org (+316-2494-1044) Venue Greenpeace Exhibit Booth (Cancunmesse Hall C)

All day

Christian Aid Mariana Paoli mpaoli@christian-aid.org (+447864288457) Cancunmesse Hall C (close to cafeteria)

All day

All day

Secretariat of United Nations Convetion to Combat Desertification Mr. Sergio A. Zelaya Bonilla szelaya@unccd.int (+49 173 268 7592) Action Against Climate Change Yurfee Shaikalee binda.aacc@gmail.com

Cancunmesse Hall C (Next to Computer Zone) Climate Change Studio Cancunmesse Hall C

11.30– 12.00

- 36 + Degrees of Separation: CINEMA PLANETA Screening of Naica, viaje a la cueva de los cristales & Érase una vez el océano The collaborative program of Fundación IPADE, ARTPORT_making waves and CINEMA PLANETA will present a selection of international environmental films, art videos and documentaries. Naica talks about a group of speleologists, scientists, and filmmakers who are obsessed with finding the Crystal Cave, which lies 300 meters below the Naica mountains in Northern Mexico. Its giant crystals took millions of years to form. At 50° C and 100% humidity, the cave presents a lethal environment for human life. Érase una vez el océano is the story of a little girl, determined to break a spell that made everyone forget about the importance of the ocean. She embarks on a journey to the sea with a magical shell that shows her how we depend on the ocean, which is under threat. In the end, she teaches us how we can save the ocean, and ourselves. SEI BOOTH TALK The Tiempo programme: Bridging climate science and policy in developing countries/ Saleemul Huq introduces the global and francophone Tiempo bulletins and the web portal, and presents future plans. Fundación IPADE Anne-Marie Melster anne-marie.melster@artportproject.org (045-554-0236497)

13.00– 14.40

Theater Cancunmesse

14:45– 15:15

Stockholm Environment Institute and International Institute for Environment and Development

SEI booth 183, Cancunmesse Hall C

Outside events
Descriptions of the events listed below have been reproduced as received, and without formal editing. Seminar: Food Security, Farming & CC/Launch: Agriculture's Vulnerability to CC in Sub-Saharan Africa 08.00–09.45. a.m. Discussion of new food security report with Andrew Steer (World Bank), Lloyd le Page (CGIAR), Sam Bickersteth (DFID) & Gerald Nelson (IFPRI). 10.15–12.00 p.m. Launch of new country reports on SSA with Lindiwe Majele Sibanda (FANRPAN), Nelson & country report authors. Refreshments. International Food Policy Research Institute Susan Buzzelli s.buzzelli@cgiar.org (+1 626-487-9681) Gran Meliá Cancun Lanzarote Room (Kukulcan Boulevard, km 16.5; Shuttle Bus #2) The Lanzarote room is located on the lower level in the hotel's conference center

08.00– 12.00

- 37 Degrees of Separation: CINEMA PLANETA screening of Érase una vez el océano & Venado The collaborative program of Fundación IPADE, ARTPORT_making waves and CINEMA PLANETA will present a selection of international environmental films, art videos and documentaries produced by several film makers and artists. + Degrees of Separation: Screening of ARTPORT_COOL STORIES II & CINEMA PLANETA México, el último país mágico The collaborative program of Fundación IPADE, ARTPORT_making waves and CINEMA PLANETA will present a selection of international environmental films, art videos and documentaries. ARTPORT_COOL STORIES FOR WHEN THE PLANET GETS HOT II is a compilation of 17 short videos created by international artists, giving an overview of current video art on Global Warming worldwide. The artists used a wide variety of techniques to illustrate their view on the topic. México el último país mágico describes 3000 years of Mexican history including the natural wonders of deserts, djungels, coastal areas, mountains, valleys and the respective local architecture, culture and religions. Fundación IPADE Anne-Marie Melster anne-marie.melster@artportproject.org (045-5540236497)

18.00– 19.30

MMCinemas Playa del Carmen / Sala 1 Carr. Federal # 2100 Manzana 1 Lote 1, Mpo. Solidaridad $20 pesos

Fundación IPADE Anne-Marie Melster anne-marie.melster@artportproject.org (045-554-0236497) MMCinemas Playa del Carmen / Sala 1 Carr. Federal # 2100 Manzana 1 Lote 1, Mpo. Solidaridad $20 pesos

20.00– 21.30

Climate Change Village
The Climate Change Village hosts a full programme of thematic expositions, conferences and debates on climate change and includes a range of cultural and artistic events and exhibits. Among the thousands of visitors are delegates from the COP16/CMP6, non-governmental organizations, media, tourists, and Cancun residents. To get to the Climate Change Village take Bus 8 from Cancunmesse to the Marriot Courtyard and then change to shuttle V1. Time 11.00– 12.00 Title/Theme Visual Petition for Climate Justice Organizer Mexico More information: molmedo@sre.gob.mx 11.00– 12.00 Conference "México Pelágico" Mexico More information: molmedo@sre.gob.mx 11.00– 11.15 Mariachi and versatile group of the Secretary of the Navy Mexico More information: molmedo@sre.gob.mx Cultural Events Forum Poliforum/ Forum 100 Venue Poliforum/ Forum 50

- 38 11.15– 12.00 Movie: “Mexico, the last magical country” 2008 Mexico More information: molmedo@sre.gob.mx 12.00– 13.00 Visitors as Agents of Change Mexico More information: molmedo@sre.gob.mx 12.30– Environmental Film Festival United Peoples Estela Siempre Viva la Semilla 13.00– 14.00 Conference: “History and Facts of Biofuels in Mexico” Mexico More information: molmedo@sre.gob.mx Mexico More information: molmedo@sre.gob.mx 14.00– 16.00 Official Forum From the Perspective of Mexican Youth Mexico More information: molmedo@sre.gob.mx 14.00– 16.00 Conference: Greenriver, Tibet anthropologists Mexico More information: molmedo@sre.gob.mx 16.00 Environmental Film Festival Venado Campesinos ecologistas 16.00– 17.00 Conference: Mexican regarding climate change regulations Mexico More information: molmedo@sre.gob.mx Mexico More information: molmedo@sre.gob.mx 17.00– 18.00 Interconnected to the CFE’s electric web PV solar energy systems Mexico More information: molmedo@sre.gob.mx 17.00– 18.00 Conference "México Pelágico" Mexico More information: molmedo@sre.gob.mx 17.00– 19.00 International Indigenous Peoples Forum Mexico Green Forum More information: molmedo@sre.gob.mx 17.00– 19.00 Workshop: Youth for sustainable cities México More information: molmedo@sre.gob.mx Poliforum/ Forum 50 Cultural Events Forum Poliforum/ Forum 100 Poliforum/ Forum 100 Poliforum/ Gymnasium Poliforum/ Forum 50 Poliforum/ Forum 100 Poliforum/ Forum 50 Poliforum/ Gymnasium Cultural Events Forum Cultural Events Forum

- 39 18.00– 19.00 Workshop: “Saving Lives” México More information: molmedo@sre.gob.mx 19.00– 20.00 Guest of the Day Dr. Rajendra K. Pachauri (IPCC) México Green Forum More information: molmedo@sre.gob.mx Poliforum/ Forum 100

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UNITED NATIONS

Friday, 3 December 2010

United Nations Climate Change Conference 2010 COP 16 and CMP 6 Cancun, 29 November – 10 December 2010

Daily Programme
Part Two
List of speakers for the high-level segment attended by Heads of States and Heads of Government and other heads of delegation

The list below is the preliminary list of speakers who wish to deliver a statement at the high-level segment under agenda item 9 of the COP and agenda item 14 of the CMP. The list is provisionally divided into morning, afternoon to facilitate the organization of the order of speakers. All speakers are reminded to be present in the plenary 10 minutes or at least two speakers prior to their presentation. They will be escorted by an usher during the presentation of the previous speaker from the seat of their delegation to a reserved chair close to the podium. Attending Heads of State or Government will be driven to the VVIP entrance of the Moon Palace Hotel and from there escorted by a Protocol Officer to the seats of their delegation. The VVIP lounge will also be available for the Heads of State or Government before delivery of their statements. Representatives are reminded that statements made during the high-level segment should not exceed the three-minute limit, as decided by the Conference of the Parties at its first plenary meeting. Given the large number of statements, it is suggested that statements be as brief and concise as possible, with full texts available for distribution (see below for the quantities required). If Parties do not wish to speak but would prefer to only have their statements circulated, the secretariat will make arrangements to distribute the copies and enter the statement in the records of the Conference. Parties interested in taking up this offer should communicate their interest to the External Relations team, located in the Conference Affairs Services office in the Sunrise Lobby (Maya), Moon Palace (Ms. Grace Ann Smith) by 12.00 on Saturday, 4 December. Any other changes to the speakers’ list should also be brought to the attention of the External Relations team.

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-2Parties are requested to note that the secretariat is not in a position to accommodate individual requests for changes in a Party’s speaking slot. Parties wishing to make a change should arrange to exchange slots with another Party, and jointly notify the secretariat of the agreement that has been reached. All Parties are kindly requested to provide the Conference Officer with 20 copies of their statements in advance to meet the needs of the interpreters and the Conference records. Parties wishing to have their statements distributed during the plenary meeting are requested to provide 300 copies. These copies may be delivered to the Conference Officer’s table located beside the podium in the plenary. Statements that are delivered during the high level segment and for which copies are provided to the secretariat, will also be available on the COP 16/CMP 6 website at <unfccc.int/>.

Tuesday, 7 December 2010 16.30 to 18.00

H.E. Mr. Marcus Stephen President NAURU H.E. Mr. Johnson Toribiong President REPUBLIC OF PALAU H.E. Mr. Tillman Thomas Prime Minister GRENADA on behalf of the Alliance of Small Island States H.E. Mr. Faustin Archange Touadera Prime Minister CENTRAL AFRICAN REPUBLIC H.E. Mr. Edward Natapei Tuta Fanu A'riki Prime Minister VANUATU H.E. Mr. Juan Manuel Santos Calderŏn President COLOMBIA H.E. Mr. Raila Amolo Odinga Prime Minister KENYA H.E. Mr. Abdulrahman Fadel Al-Eryani Minister of Water and Environment YEMEN on behalf of the Group of 77 and China H.E. Mr. Greg Combet Minister of Climate Change and Energy Efficiency AUSTRALIA on behalf of UMBRELLA GROUP

-3H.E. Ms. Connie Hedegaard Commississioner for Climate Action EUROPEAN COMMISSION on behalf of the EUROPEAN UNION H.E. Mr. Monyane Moleleki Minister of Natural Resourcess LESOTHO on behalf of Least Developed Countries Wednesday, 8 December 2010 10.00 to 13.00 H.E. Ms. Doris Leuthard President SWITZERLAND and on behalf of the Environmental Integirty Group H.E. Mr. Maitr Abdoulaue Wade President SENEGAL H.E. Mr. Anote Tong President REPUBLIC OF KIRIBATI H.E. Mr. Rafael Correa President ECUADOR H.E. Mr. Denis Sassou-Nguesso President CONGO (REPUBLIC OF THE) H.E. Mr. Porfirio Lobo Sosa President HONDURAS H.E. Mr. Álvaro Colom Caballeros President GUATEMALA H.E. Mr. Bharrat Jagdeo President GUYANA H.E. Mr. Tuilaepa Lupesoliai Sailele Maliegaoi Prime Minister SAMOA H.E. Mr. Jens Stoltenberg Prime Minister NORWAY

-4H.E. Mr. Stephenson King Prime Minister SAINT LUCIA H.E. Mr. Meles Zenawi Prime Minister ETHIOPIA H.E. Mr. Sibusiso Barnabas Dlamini Prime Minister SWAZILAND H.E. Mr. Michael Thomas Somare Prime Minister PAPUA NEW GUINEA H.E. Mr. Sheikh Hasina Prime Minister BANGLADESH H.E. Mr. Rafael Albuquerque Vice-President DOMINICAN REPUBLIC H.E. Mr. Alik L. Alik Vice President FEDERATED STATES OF MICRONESIA H.E. Mr. Idi Nadhdim Vice President COMOROS H.E. Mr. Mohamed Bilal Vice President UNITED REPUBLIC OF TANZANIA H.E. Mr. Mohammad Javad Mohammadi Zadeh Vice President IRAN (ISLAMIC REPUBLIC OF) H.E. Mr. Abdulla Bin Hamad Al-Attiyah Deputy Premier QATAR H.E. Mr. Gaspar Vega Deputy Prime Minister BELIZE H.E. Mr. Kenneth Baugh Deputy Prime Minister JAMAICA

-5H.E. Mr. Enele Sosene Sopoaga Deputy Prime Minister TUVALU H.E. Mr. Shunmugam Jayakumar Senior Minister SINGAPORE H.E. Mr. Mourad Medelci Minister of Foreign Affairs ALGERIA H.E. Mr. Nicolas Maduro Moros Minister of Foreign Affairs BOLIVARIAN REPUBLIC OF VENEZUELA H.E. Mr. Bruno Eduardo Rodriguez Parrilla Minister of Foreign Affairs CUBA H.E. Mr. Andreas Carlgren Minister of Environment SWEDEN H.E. Ms. Alcinda Antonio de Abreu Minister of Coordination of Environmental Affairs MOZAMBIQUE H.E. Mr. Stanislas Kamanzi Minister of Environment and Lands RWANDA Wednesday, 8 December 2010 15.00 to 19.00 H.E. Mr. Nick Smith Minister of Environment NEW ZEALAND H.E. Mr. Lázló Borbély Minister of Environment and Forests ROMANIA H.E. Mr. Joseph Malwal Dong Minister of Environment, Forestry and Physical Development SUDAN H.E. Mr. Roodal Moonilal Minister of Housing and the Environment TRINIDAD AND TOBAGO

-6H.E. Mr. Nornert Roettgen Minister of the Environment, Nature Conservation and Nuclear Safety GERMANY H.E. Mr. Nexhati Jakupi Minister of Environment and Physical Planning THE FORMER YUGOSLAV REPUBLIC OF MACEDONIA H.E. Ms. Paula Lehtomaki Minister of Environment FINLAND H.E. Mr. Maged George Ellias Ghatas Minister of Environment EGYPT H.E. Mr. Brahimir Gvozdenovic Minister of Spatial Planning and Environment MONTENEGRO H.E. Mr. Hazem Amin Malhas Minsiter of Environment JORDAN H.E. Mr. Fatmir Mediu Minister of Environment, Forestry and Water Management ALBANIA H.E. Mr. Chris Huhne Secretary of State of Energy and Climate UNITED KINGDOM OF GREAT BRITIAN AND NORTHERN IRELAND H.E. Mr. Netumbo Nandi Ndaitwah Minister of Environment and Tourism NAMIBIA H.E. Mr. Dato' Sri Douglas Uggah Embas Minister of Natural Resources and Environment MALAYSIA H.E. Mr. Vladimir Tsalko Minister of Natural Resources and Environmental Protection BELARUS H.E. Ms. Joke Schauvliege Minister of Environment, Nature and Culture BELGIUM H.E. Mr. Xie Zhenhua Vice Chairman of the National Development and Reform Commission PEOPLE'S REPUBLIC OF CHINA

-7H.E. Mr. Jairam Rameshi Minister of Environment and Forest INDIA H.E. Mr. Denis S. Lowe Minister of the Environment, Water Resource Management and Drainage BARBADOS H.E. Mr. Luimed Gansukh Minister of Nature, Environment and Tourism MONGOLIA H.E. Ms. Maria Ignacia Benitez Minister of Environment CHILE H.E. Mr. Mohammed Aslam Minister of Housing and Environment REPUBLIC OF MALDIVES H.E. Mr. Devanand Virahsawmy Minister of Environment and Sustainable Development REPUBLIC OF MAURITIUS H.E. Mr. Giller Tonelli Minister of Department of Facilities, Urban Planning and Environment MONACO H.E. Ms. Nathalie Kosciusko-Morizet Minister of Ecology, Energy, Sustainable Development, Transportation and Housing FRANCE Mr. Tiemoko Sangaré Minister of Environment and Sanitation MALI H.E. Ms. Graciela Muslera Minister of Housing, Land Planning and Environment URUGUAY H.E. Mr. Grain Wyson Malunga Minister of Natural Resources, Energy and Environment MALAWI H.E. Mr. Pacôme-Rufin Ondzounga Minister of Habitat, Housing, Environment and Sustainable Development GABON H.E. Mr. Pema Gyamthso Minister of Agriculture and Forests BHUTAN on behalf of South Asian Association for Regional Cooperation

-8H.E. Mr. Sossou Justin Adanmayi Minister of Environment and Nature Protection BENIN H.E. Mr. Salifou Sawadogo Minister of Environment BURKINA FASO H.E. Mr. Hameedullah Jan Afridi Minister of Environment PAKISTAN H.E Ms. Maria Mutagamba Minister of Water and Environment UGANDA H.E. Mr. John O. Odey Minister of Environment NIGERIA H.E. Mr. Thakur Prasad Sharma Minister of Environment NEPAL H.E. Mr. Tesfai Gebreselassie Minister of Land, Water and Environment ERITREA H.E. Mr. Joop Atsma State Secretary of Infrastructure and Environment NETHERLANDS H.E. Mr. Oliver Dulic Minister of Environment and Spatial Planning SERBIA H.E. Mr. Kossivi Ayikoe Minister of Environment and Forest Resources TOGO Thursday, 9 December 2010 10.00 to 13.00 H.E. Mr. Jacob Gedleyihlekisa Zuma President SOUTH AFRICA H.E. Mr. Mikheil Saakashvili President GEORGIA

-9H.E. Mr. Juan Evo Morales Ayma President PLURINATIONAL STATE OF BOLIVIA H.E. Ms. Laura Chinchilla President COSTA RICA H.E. Mr. John Moffat Fugui Minister of Environment, Cimate Change, Disaster Management and Meteorology SOLOMON ISLAND H.E. Mr. George Pullicino Minister of Resources and Rural Affairs MALTA H.E. Mr. John Baird Minister of Environment CANADA H.E. Mr. Rashid A. Bin Fahad Minister of Environment and Water UNITED ARAB EMIRATES H.E. Mr. Maanee Lee Minister of Environment REPUBLIC OF KOREA H.E. Mr. Ryu Matsumoto Minister of Environment JAPAN H.E. Mr. Anura Priyadharshana Yapa Minister of Environemnt SRI LANKA H.E. Mr. Ali Ibrahim Al Naimi Minister of Petroleum and Mineral Resources SAUDI ARABIA H.E. Mr. Todd Stern Special Envoy for Climate Change of US Department of State UNITED STATES OF AMERICA H.E. Mr. Hele Pierre Minister of Environment and Protection CAMEROON H.E. Mr. Suwit Khunkitti Minister of Natural Resources and Environment THAILAND

- 10 H.E. Mr. Jaanus Tamkivi Minister of Environment ESTONIA H.E. Mr. Ahmad Rashed Al-haroon Minister of Trade and Industry KUWAIT H.E. Mr. Ciaran Cuffe Minister of State of Department of Environment, Heritage and Local Government IRELAND H.E. Ms. Rosa Aguilar Minister of Environment, and Rural and Marine Affairs SPAIN H.E. Ms. Renate Muessner Minister of Environment LIECHTENSTEIN H.E. Ms. Sherry Hanny Ayittey Minister of Environment, Science and Technology GHANA H.E. Ms. Dulce Pássaro Minister of Environment and Spatial Planning PORTUGAL H.E. Ms. Amina Benkhadra Minister of Energy, Mining, Water and Environment MOROCCO H.E. Ms. Stefania Prestigiacomo Minister of Environment, Land and Sea ITALY H.E. Mr. Javier Arias Iriarte Minister of National Environmental Authority PANAMA H.E. Mr. Gilad Erdan Minister of Environmental Protection ISRAEL H.E. Mr. Demetris Eliades Minister of Agriculture, Natural Resources and Environment CYPRUS H.E. Ms. Khempheng Pholsena Minister of Water Resources and Environment Administration LAO (PEOPLES DEMOCRATIC REPUBLIC OF)

- 11 H.E. Mr. Ginmardo Kromosoeto Minister of Labour, Technolofical Development and Environment SURINAME H.E. Mr. Greg Combet Minister of Climate Change and Energy Efficiency AUSTRALIA Thursday, 9 December 2010 15.00 to 19.00 H.E. Mr. Jean-Marie Claude Germain Minister of Environment HAITI H.E. Mr. Mohammad Rahal Minister of Environment LEBANON H.E. Mr. Herilanto Raveloharison Minister of Environment and Forests MADAGASCAR H.E. Mr. Herman Humberto Rosa Chavez Minister of Environmental and Natural Resources EL SALVADOR H.E. Mr. Ba Housseynou Hamadi Minister of Environment and Sustainable Development MAURITANIA H.E. Ms. Izabella Teixeira Minister of Environment BRAZIL H.E. Ms. Konstantina Birbili Minister of Environment, Energy and Climate Change GREECE H.E. Mr. Jean-Marie Nibirantije Minister of Water, Environment, Land Management and Urbanism BURUNDI H.E. Mr. Kaoukab Alsabah Daya Minister of State for Environment Affairs SYRIAN ARAB REPUBLIC H.E. Mr. Francis Ounstan Chenayimoyo Nhema Minister of Environment ZIMBABWE

- 12 H.E. Ms. Lykke Friis Minister of Climate and Energy DENMARK H.E. Mr. Samuela Alivereti Saumatua Minister of Local Government, Urban Development, Housing and Environment FIJI H.E. Mr. Abdulrahman Fadel Al-Eryani Minister of Water and Environment YEMEN H.E. Ms. Catherine Namugala Minister of Tourism, Environment and Natural Resources ZAMBIA H.E. Mr. Jato Sillah Minister of Forestry and the Environment GAMBIA H.E. Mr. Veysel Eroglu Minister of Environment and Forestry TURKEY H.E. Mr. Nikolaus Berlakovich Minister of Agriculture, Forestry, Environment and Water Management AUSTRIA H.E. Ms. Maria de Fatima Jardim Minister of Environment ANGOLA H.E. Mr. Toktoraliev Biimyrza Minister of State Agency on Environment Protection and Forestry KYRGYZSTAN H.E. Mr. Jozsef Nagy Minister of Environment SLOVAKIA H.E. Mr. Hussein Baghirov Minister of Ecology and Natural Resources AZERBAIJAN H.E. Mr. João Mendes Gonçalves Minister of Economy and Development TIMOR-LESTE H.E. Mr. Claude Wiseler Minister of Sustainable Development and Infastructure LUXEMBOURG

- 13 H.E. Mr. Monyane Moleleki Minister of Natural Resources LESOTHO H.E. Mr. Ahmat Mahamat Karambal Minister of Water CHAD H.E. Mr. Ruben R. Zackhras Minister in the office of the President MARSHALL ISLANDS H.E. Mr. Ogunlade Davidson Minister of Energy and Water Resources SIERRA LEONE H.E. Mr. Kaza Abdou Minister of Water, Environment and Combating Desertification NIGER Mr. Dion P. Taufitu Minister of Meteorology and Climate Change Department NIUE Mr. Alexander Bedritsky Adviser to the President, Administration of the President RUSSIAN FEDERATION Mr. Ha Hong Tran Vice Minister of Natural Resources and Environment VIET NAM Mr. Ivo Hlavac Deputy Minister of Environment CZECH REPUBLIC Mr. Jorge Lara Castro Vice Minister of External Relations PARAGUAY Mr. Corneliu Marza Deputy Minister of Environment REPUBLIC OF MOLDOVA Ms. Eldana Makinovna Sadvakassova Acting Minister of Envrionmental Protection KAZAKHSTAN H.E. Mr. Nikola Ružinski State Secretary of Environmental Protection, Physical Planning and Construction CROATIA

- 14 Mr. Janusz Zalewski Undersecretary of State, Ministry of Environment POLAND H.E. Mr. Ronald Jumeau Ambassador, Permanent Representative of Seychelles to the United Nations SEYCHELLES Mr. Adel Khalifa Yusuf Khalifa Al Zayani Director General, Public Commission for the Protection of Marine Resources, Environment and Wildlife BAHRAIN Mr. Hugi Olafsson Director, Office of Policy and International Affairs of Environment ICELAND Mr. Jernej Orlenko Director, Government Office Of Climate Change SLOVENIA Mr. Mahmad Safarov Director, of State Organization on Hydrometeorology TAJIKISTAN Ms. Mary Ann Lucille Sering Commissioner and Vice-Chairperson of the Climate Change Commission PHILIPPINES Mr. Shokri Ghanem Secretary of National Oil Corporation of National Oil Corporation LIBYAN ARAB JAMAHIRIYA H.E. Mr. Abas Basir Deputy Director General, National Environment Protection Agency ISLAMIC REPUBLIC OF AFGHANISTAN Mr. Sergii Orlenko Head, National Environmental Investment Agency of Ukraine UKRAINE

OBSERVERS H.E. Mr. Riyad Mansour Ambassador, Permanent Observer Mission of Palestine to the United Nations PALESTINIAN AUTHORITY

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