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Fiji / Bonn Climate Change Conference 2017

6-19 November 2017 | Bonn, Germany

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A life-size copper polar bear, impaled 6-meter above the ground, depicts the “hockey-stick” graph of global CO2 emissions

The Fiji / Bonn Climate Change Conference continued on Friday. In the morning, the facilitative sharing of views convened, followed by the multilateral assessment in the afternoon. Contact groups and informal consultations under the 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), and Ad Hoc Working Group on the Paris Agreement (APA), met throughout the day.

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Informal Consultations throughout the Day

Informal consultations on APA agenda item 7, modalities and procedures for the committee to facilitate implementation and promote compliance

APA informal consultations on item 6, global stocktake

Informal consultations on the joint annual report of the Technology Executive Committee (TEC) and the Climate Technology Centre and Network (CTCN)

Informal consultations on national adaptation plans (NAPs)

SBSTA informal consultations on the local communities and indigenous peoples platform

Informal consultations on APA agenda item 4, further guidance on adaptation communication

SBI Facilitative Sharing of Views and the Multilateral Assessment

SBI Chair Tomasz Chruszczow, Poland, chaired the session

Andrei Pilipchuk, Belarus

 María Victoria Chiriboga, Ecuador

Diana Harutyunyan, Armenia

Jaivardhan Ramanlal Bhatt, India

Rehab Ahmed Hassan Ahmed, Sudan

Ricardo Fernandez, EU

Xing Fan, China

APA Co-Chairs' Dialogue with Observer Organizations

View of the dais during the session

APA Co-Chairs Jo Tyndall, New Zealand, and Sarah Baashan, Saudi Arabia

Nathan Thanki, Climate Justice Now! (CJN!), Environmental NGOs (ENGOs)

Kalyani Raj, Women and Gender

Chih Chie Sung, Youth NGOs (YOUNGOs)

Majda Dabaghi, Business and Industry NGOs (BINGOs)

Li Shuo, Climate Action Network (CAN), ENGOs

Anabella Rosemberg, Trade Union NGOs (TUNGOs)

Bjørg Vårli Håland, YOUNGOs

Around the Venue

Delegates between sessions

Stella Gama, Malawi, speaks with Benito Müller, Oxford Climate Policy

A young delegate in the venue

Delegates from Europe

Delegates from the Arab world

Delegates gather between sessions

Ismail El Gizouli, Sudan

Interviews conducted in the venue

Delegates speak informally

UN Security around the venue

Milañ Loeak, Marshall Islands

In the park between the Bula and Bonn Zones, an art installation titled 'Unbearable' depicts the climate crisis, including a 'freedom to pollute' sculpture of the US Statue of Liberty, and bronze sculptures of climate refugees

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