Highlights and images of main proceedings for 22 September 2019

Summary

Highlights for Sunday, 22 September 2019

From L-R: WG II Co-Chair Hans-Otto Pörtner; WG II Co-Chair Debra Roberts; Jean-Pierre Gattuso, Coordinating Lead Author (CLA); Alessandro Tagliabue, CLA; and Nathan Bindoff, CLA

On Sunday, the second Joint Session of IPCC Working Groups (WGs) I and II continued consideration of the Summary for Policymakers (SPM) of the Special Report on the Ocean and Cryosphere in a Changing Climate (SROCC). Delegates met in morning, afternoon, evening and night sessions to discuss specific paragraphs in sections on, among others, observed changes and impacts and projected changes and risks. They also addressed relevant figures in the text. Informal huddles convened throughout the day to discuss issues requiring further discussion.

IISD Reporting Services, through its ENB Meeting Coverage, provided daily web coverage and a summary and analysis from IPCC-51.

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Eleanor Webster, UK
Marina Levy, France
Laird Shutt conferring with Tom James, Canada
WG I Co-Chair Panmao Zhai
Robert Hallberg, CLA
Participants from Australia conferring
Ladislaus Chang'a, Tanzania
Jean-Pascal van Ypersele, Belgium
Participants discussing the text in an informal group
Rasik Ravindra, India
Matthew Collins, CLA
WG I Vice-Chair Carolina Vera
From L-R: Kenneth Kerr, Trinidad and Tobago; Elhousseine Gouaini, World Meteorological Organization (WMO); and Abdalah Mokssit, IPCC Secretary
Alessandro Tagliabue with Thomas Frölicher, CLAs
CLAs conferring
José Romero, Switzerland, with Elena Manaenkova, Deputy Secretary-General, WMO
From L-R: WG II Vice-Chair Andreas Fischlin; José Romero, Switzerland; and IPCC Vice-Chair Youba Sokona
Namgyal Phuntsho, Bhutan
Giovanni Calderón, Chile
WG II Vice-Chair Andreas Fischlin, with IPCC Vice-Chair Ko Barrett
A participant resting between long hours of negotiations
Nathan Bindoff and Nerilie Abram, CLAs