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Table 1: Conference of the Parties – Evolution
Date Location Main Achievements
COP 1 28 Mar-7 Apr 1995 Berlin
Report of the Global Environment Facility to the Conference of the Parties on the
development of an operational strategy and on initial activities in the field of
climatechange (mattersrelatingto arrangementsfor the financialmechanism).
COP 2 8-19 Jul 1996 Geneva
Activities implemented jointly: annual review of progress under the pilot phase
Report of the GlobalEnvironmentFacilityto the Conferenceof the Parties.
COP 3 1-10 Dec 1997 Kyoto
Kyoto Protocol: Adoption of a protocol or another legal instrument: Fulfilment of
the Berlin Mandate.
COP 4 2-13 Nov 1998 Buenos Aires
Kyoto Protocol:Review of the implementationof commitments.
Developmentand transferof technologies.
COP 5 25 Oct-5 Nov 1999 Bonn
Adoption of The Buenos Aires plan of actions on: The financial mechanism;
Development and transfer of technologies Implementation of Article 4.8 and 4.9
of the Convention Activities implemented jointly under the pilot phase; the work
programmeonmechanismsoftheKyotoProtocol;Preparatoryworkforaprotocol
;and ensures achievementof the decisionswithinthe mentionedtimeframe.
COP 6 13-24 Nov 2000 The Hague
TheConventionanditsProtocolgavetheworldhopeanddirection.Thechallenge
facing participants at the 6
th
Conference of the Parties (COP 6) to decide how to
implementthe goals agreed by Parties has not been achieved.
COP 7 29 Oct-9 Nov 2001 Marrakech
Success with the Marrakech Accords drafting the flexibility mechanisms of the
Kyoto Protocol (Clean Development Mechanism and Joint Implementation plus
tradingof allowances).
COP 8 23 Oct-1 Nov 2002 New-Delhi
The Delhi Ministerial Declaration On Climate Change and Sustainable
Development.
COP 9 1-12 Dec 2003 Milan
Roundtablediscussion1:Climatechange,adaptation,mitigationandsustainable
development. Roundtable discussion 2: Technology, including technology use and
development and the transfer of technologies. Roundtable discussion 3:
Assessment of progress at the national, regional and international levels to fulfil
thepromiseandobjectiveenshrinedintheclimatechangeagreements,including
the scientific,information,policyand financialaspects.
COP 10 6-17 Nov 2004 Buenos Aires
DiscussionsatCOP10highlightedarangeofclimaterelatedissuesincluding,the
impactsofclimatechangeandadaptationmeasures,mitigationpoliciesandtheir
impacts and technology. Participants had also taken stock of the entry into force
of the Kyoto Protocol.
COP 11 28 Nov-9 Dec 2005 Montréal
The Kyoto Protocol has been switched on, a dialogue about the future action has
begun, parties that have moved forward work on adaptation and advanced the
implementation of the regular work programme of the Convention and of the
Protocol.
COP 12 6-17 Nov 2006 Nairobi
Report of the co-facilitators of the dialogue on long-term cooperative action to
address climatechange by enhancingimplementationof the Convention.
COP 13 3-14 Dec 2007 Bali
Bali Road Map (four pillars: mitigation, adaptation, finance and technology
transfer).Settingup AWG-LCAand AWG-KP.
COP 14 2-13 Dec 2008 Poznan
Advancingthe Bali ActionPlan.
COP 15 7-18 Dec 2009 Copenhagen
Post Kyoto scheme to be decided.
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