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Sixth Conference of the Parties to the UN Framework Convention on Climate Change
The Hague, The Netherlands; 13 - 24 November 2000

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Photo page: Thursday, 16 November

"The Famous Tables" Cafe in the Conference Center

COP President and Dutch Environment Minister Jan Pronk speaks with ENB team members
Jan Pronk with Angela Churie (right) discussing the IISD publication "On Behalf of my Delegation: A Survival Guide for Developing Country Climate Negotiators," published by the Center for Sustainable Development of the Americas (CSDA) and the International Institute for Sustainable Development (IISD).

Chris Spence, ENB, and Wayne King, Cook Islands (left)


Martha Perdomo, UNFCCC Secretariat


Kok Kee Chow (Malaysia) and Eve Kolasa (Secretariat); delegates wait for the informals on mechanisms to begin; and the Prime Minister of St. Lucia, Dr. Kenny AnthonPrime Minister of St. Lucia

Delegates from Brazil, Mexico and Colombia discussing the issues of sinks and the CDM during the contact group on LULUCF
Left to right: Michael Grubb, Former head, Energy and Environment Program, Royal Institute of International Affairs; delegates from Nigeria and Niger in LULUCF;Canada making an intervention in LULUCF

Alan Miller, GEF (left center) in consutations with delegates

Charles Parker, Canada, in consultations with delegates


Promoting the Climate Tech 2000 Pavilion: an exhibitionof climate-friendly technologies and servies designed to mitigate climate change
ClimateTech 2000 Pavilion: Kok Kee Chow (Malaysia), David Moorecroft (World Business Council for Sustainable Development), Thomas Becker (Denmark, newly elected CTI Chairman) and Teresa Fogelberg (Netherlands)
ClimateTech 2000 Pavilion opening ceremony
Tim Hogben, ZeTeck explains how the fuel cell car works at the ClimateTech 2000 Pavilion
ClimateTech 2000 Pavilion: Shell demonstrates its latest climate-friendly technologies

Rosemarie Kuptana, Past President of the Inuit Circumpolar Conference and IISD board member, seated with IISD Project Officer Jennifer Castleden

Friends of the Earth Press Conference: Wynand Duyvendak, Roger Higman, Ricardo Navarro (Chairman, FOE International), Sheila Forsyth and Carlos Perez
Ricardo Navarro (Chairman, FOE International); Roger Higman (FOE); and delegates during a side event

New Zealand, John Lanchbery, Birdlife International (left) and Paul Watson, Scottish and Southern Energy UK during a side event on developing a renewable electricity package for domestic consumers

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