UNFCCC Convention Track

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Synonyms: AWG-LCA

Agreement on a coordinated and clear two-year timetable and detailed work program for both the UNFCCC ('Convention track') and the Kyoto Protocol ('Kyoto track'), meant to lead to an agreement at the UN meetings in Copenhagen at the end of 2009.

Related terms:
United Nations Framework Convention on Climate ChangeThe United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change is an international environmental treaty that resulted from the Earth Summit in Rio in 1992. Their aim is to limit GHG emissions to levels that will not threaten the environment and livleyhoods., REDDIt is expected that support for REDD+ (Reducing Emissions from Deforestation and Forest Degradation) should achieve cost effective emission reductions, as well as biodiversity and livelihoods benefits., REDD plusIt is expected that support for REDD+ (Reducing Emissions from Deforestation and Forest Degradation) should achieve cost effective emission reductions, as well as biodiversity and livelihoods benefits. REDD-plus includes conservation, the sustainable management of forests and the enhancement of ..., Kyoto Protocol TrackThe Kyoto Protocoll is an international legally-binding agreement adopted at Kyoto in 1997 under the UN Framework Convention on Climate Change to reduce the emissions of greenhouse gases.The Kyoto Track is an Agreement on a coordinated and clear two-year timetable and detailed work program for ...

Broader terms:
climate change negotiating tracksNegotiating tracks discussed on the conference of the parties that lead to binding agreements in how to deal with current climate change. The UNFCCC itself has two major negotiation tracks, the AWG-KP, established at COP11 in Montreal to discuss future commitments for developed countries (under ...

Narrower terms:
climate resilient developmentImplement a holistic climate risk strategy that overcomes barriers and launches fully funded key adaptation initiatives'How can we reach our development targets while accounting for current and future risks?, climate finance, technology transferThe exchange of knowledge, hardware and associated software, money and goods among stakeholders that leads to the spreading of technology for adaptation or mitigation The term encompasses both diffusion of technologies and technological cooperation across and within countries. (IPCC)

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