Highlights for Saturday, 11 May 2019
IPCC Chair Hoesung Lee, Republic of Korea, in discussions with IPCC Secretary Abdalah Mokssit and TFI Co-Chairs Eduardo Calvo Buendía and Kiyoto Tanabe
IPCC-49 continued its work on Saturday, discussing the results of contact groups and informal discussions on the IPCC Scholarship Programme, short-lived climate forcers (SLCFs), the Task Force on Gender, and the Task Group on the Organization of the Future Work of the IPCC in light of the Global Stocktake. Participants also discussed outstanding issues related to the 2019 Refinement to the 2006 IPCC Guidelines for National Greenhouse Gas Inventories (2019 Refinement). Multiple informal discussions took place throughout the day.
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Melissa Maureen Weitz and Amit Garg, Coordinating Lead Authors
The TFI continues its work on Saturday.
A delegate capturing a moment during the Plenary
Sadegh Zeyaeyan, Iran
WG I Vice-Chair Noureddine Yassa, Algeria
View of the dais during the TFI Plenary
Delegates and Coordinating Lead Authors meet outside the Plenary to discuss outstanding issues.
Carlos Ivan Zambrana Flores, Bolivia
Andrew Ferrone, Luxembourg
Nana Ama Browne Klutse, Ghana, Co-Facilitator of the contact group on SLCFs
Izumi Mori, Japan, and Ladislaus Chang'a, Tanzania, Co-Facilitators of the contact group on TG-Data TORs
Task Group on the Organization of the Future Work of the IPCC in light of the Global Stocktake: Co-Chairs María Amparo Martínez Arroyo, Mexico, and Éric Brun, France, and Ole-Kristian Kvissel, Norway, Rapporteur
Kokou Sabi, Togo
Jean-Pascal van Ypersele, Belgium