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Special> United Nations Climate Change Conference> Calendar
UPDATED: December 10, 2009
December 10

08:00-09:00 African Group

08:00-09:00 AOSIS

08:00-09:00 Youth non-governmental organizations (YOUNGOs)

08:30-09:30 The indigenous peoples organizations (IPOs)

08:30-09:00 Focus on Global South on behalf of the Climate Justice Now! Network

09:00-10:00 G77 and China Daily meeting

09:00-09:30 ETC Group - Third World Network: Let's Look Before We Leap on Technology!

09:00-10:00 Environmental Integrity Group

09:00-10:00 Umbrella Group Meeting

09:00-10:00 Trade unions non-governmental organizations (TUNGOs)

09:00-10:00 The business and industry non-governmantel organizations (BINGOs)

09:00-10:00 Central Group Daily Meeting

09:00-10:30 Imazon: Making it happen: Monitoring forest emissions and governance to achieve REDD

09:00-10:30 SCI, EC, YSEC: The role of education in relation to the climate crisis

09:00-10:30 ECONEXUS: Agriculture and climate change: a critical analysis of proposed solutions

09:00-10:30 ECF: Do the negotiation proposals match the analysis on needed financing and caps, are they comparable?

09:30-10:00 IUCN: Ocean Acidification

09:30-10:00 AOSIS: State of Negotiations

10:00-11:30 CCMP/COM+: overview of key NGO positions

10:00-11:00 Contact group on issues relating to joint implementation

10:00-10:45 Contact group on Annex I issues, Agenda item 3

10:00-11:00 The women and gender non-governmental (Women and Gender)

10:00-11:00 The research and independent non-governmrntal organizations (RINGO)

10:00-12:00 CMP Plenary

10:30-11:00 World Bank Group: Launch of the IFC/S&P Carbon Index

10:45-11:30 Contact group on Annex I issues, Agenda items 10 & 13

11:00-11:30 Global Environment Facility

11:00-12:00 The farmers non-governmental organizations (Farmers)

11:00-12:30 PIK: Driving home solutions: transport emissions trading and regional adaptation information

11:00-12:30 Global Witness Limited, RFN: REDD monitoring for effective implementation: governance, issues and impacts beyond carbon

11:00-12:30 EBRD: Green Investment Schemes as a tool to leverage private capital

11:00-12:30 SustainUS: Youth, forest protection and survival: why forest protection and education is essential

11:00-12:30 WEC: Energy and Climate Change Policies -the Business Voice for a Sustainable Energy and Climate Future

11:30-12:00 Stanford University

11:30-13:00 Contact group on issues relating to the clean development mechanism

11:30-13:00 AWG-KP CG on Annex I Parties' emission reductions (aggregate/individual)

11:30-12:00 Africa Group: position on climate change

12:00-12:30 CAN International: daily negotiations assessment and briefing

12:15-12:45 UNFCCC

12:30-13:00 University of California: Trust but Verify: Why Climate Legislation and Carbon-Equivalent Trading Need Atmospheric Emission Verification to Work

13:00-13:30 Confederation of Danish Industry: Bright Green Expo

13:00-14:00 OPEC - OAPEC daily coordination meeting

13:00-14:00 Coalition for Rainforest Nations

13:00-14:00 LDC coordination meeting

13:00-14:00 Venezuela on behalf of ALBA+

13:00-13:30 Joint Press Conference ALBA: Bolivia, Cuba, Ecuador, Nicaragua, Venezuela

13:00-14:00 GRULAC

13:00-14:00 CACAM

13:00-14:00 Eastern Europe Group

13:00-14:00 Westen Europe and Other Group meeting

13:00-14:30 FAO: Climate change and food security: unifying commitment and action in land-based sectors

13:00-14:30 China: Carbon equity in global efforts to combat climate change

13:00-14:30 UNEP, UNDP, UNITAR: One UN: Partnering with countries to build capacity and readiness for dealing with climate change

13:00-14:30 UNFCCC: Intergenerational Inquiry on Climate Solutions calls Yvo de Boer, Youth, Negotiators to testify

13:00-13:20 CIWF: Eating the planet: How food & farming could save the planet or lead to climate disaster.

13:20-13:40 METIS: Frog rings the bell from COP15: Climate Crisis awareness campaign promoted by www.frogboiled.org

13:30-14:00 Business Council for Sustainable Energy (BCSE) on behalf of Climate Solution Businesses: Fast-tracking Private Investment

13:30-14:30 League of Arab States

13:30-14:00 G77 & China

13:40-14:00 WAGGGS: Investing in girls to save the planet.

14:00-14:30 European Union

14:00-14:30 Pew Center on Global Climate Change

14:00-15:00 G77 & China daily meeting

14:00-14:20 WAGGGS: Girls - Essential at the tables of climate change negotiations.

14:30-15:00 GERES: Nexus, Carbon For Development or how to make carbon finance work for development

14:30-15:00 Inter-agency consultations on upcoming UN system activities convened by the CEB secretariat

14:40-15:00 WAGGGS: WAGGGS engaging 10 million girls and young women to tackle climate change.

14:45-16:15 IGES, NIES, JCCCA: Low-Carbon Asia: Visions and actions

14:45-16:15 ESA: Global Monitoring of Essential Climate Variables (ECV)

14:45-16:15 CLPP: Recognizing and protecting human rights within the Copenhagen agreement

14:45-16:15 350.org, TIG, N&U: 350ppm: The need for bold mitigation targets and the change they will create

15:00-15:30 European Youth Forum:

15:00-15:20 CI: Consumers International(CI)

15:20-15:40 NTNU: Ecological interactions in a warmer world.

15:30-16:00 International Chamber of Commerce: Global Business Views on a post-2012 Framework

15:30-16:00 Delegation of Indonesia

15:40-16:00 IETA: Joint Implementation today and tomorrow.

16:30-18:00 AWG-KP CG on potential consequences

16:30-17:15 Contact group on Annex I issues, Agenda item 3

16:30-18:00 CI, TNC: Making REDD work

16:30-18:00 TRF, ITDP: Copenhagen: bridging the gap with land transport

16:30-18:00 CEPS: Post-2012 flexible mechanisms

16:30-18:00 Danish 92 Group - Forum for Sustainable Development: The necessary climate action - in Denmark and internationally

16:30-18:00 YFJ, FYEG, CRIJ: Intergenerational equity

16:40-17:00 Environmental Institute of Munich**: Environmental Institute of Munich

17:00-18:00 AWG-KP Chair briefing with civil society

17:00-17:20 NTNU: Wildlife and climate change: what we know and where we are going.

17:15-18:00 Contact group on Annex I issues, Agenda items 10 & 13

17:20-17:40 NTNU: Climate change breaks up ecological relationships.

17:30-18:00 Danish Climate Minister Ms. Lykke Friis & Mr. Jorgen Tang Jensen, CEO of Velux

17:40-18:00 CFMSA: Missionairies and climate change issues

18:00-19:00 African Group Meeting - AWG KP

18:00-19:00 African Group Meeting - LCA 1

18:00-19:00 AOSIS

18:00-18:30 Woods Hole Research Center

18:15-19:45 Japan: Japan's efforts for international cooperation on climate change

18:15-19:45 Israel: Adapting to Arid climate conditions - Updated research and development practices from Israel

18:15-19:45 Mali, Côte d'Ivoire: Climate change and sustainable land management (gestion durable des terres, GDT)

18:15-19:45 ITU, WIPO: The effective use of ICTs and the IP system for mitigating climate change

18:15-19:45 Danish Chamber of Commerse**: The service sector as a vital part of future climate solutions

18:15-19:45 UNFCCC: Energy efficiency under the CDM: Lessons learned, opportunities and challenges

18:30-19:00 Delegation of Brazil

18:30-19:00 Nepalese Youth for Climate Action (NYCA): Mountain Action

19:00-20:00 LDC coordination meeting

19:00-19:30 Avaaz on behalf of Mandie McKeown & Paul Golding: Launch of new report: Climate Change on the Roof of the World

20:00-20:30 CAN Japan

20:00-21:30 Belarus: Why can not Belarus assume more stringent post-Kyoto target or what did our side events argue for?

20:00-21:30 Philippines: Adaptation to climate change - Integration into development planning

20:00-21:30 Kenya: Agricultural mitigation and food security in Africa: Exploring requirements for action

20:00-21:30 ADB: Private sector solutions to climate change challenges in Asia and the Pacific

20:00-21:30 Senegal: CCDARE in Sub-Saharan Africa: Removing barriers and facilitating mainstreaming climate change adaptation

(Source: En.cop15.dk)

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