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Status of negotiations and CGIAR engagement in the UNFCCC COP Presidency and key negotiation tracks
Friday, 2024/06/14 | 08:45:19

CGIAR June 8 2024

From June 3-13, delegates from 198 nations will convene in Bonn, Germany, to prepare for the 2024 United Nations Climate Change Conference or Conference of the Parties of the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC), more commonly known as COP29. Serving as the midpoint to the UN Climate Change Conference in Baku, Azerbaijan, this November, the Bonn Climate Change Conference aims to lay the groundwork for significant decisions to be made. Thousands will gather in Bonn headquarters to deliberate on the most urgent climate change issues.

 

But what exactly is the Bonn Climate Change Conference, and how does this relate to our work at CGIAR?

 

What is the Bonn Climate Change Conference?

 

During the conference approximately 6,000 individuals—mainly from national delegations and civil society groups—will meet in Bonn. These inter-sessional meetings, organized by the UNFCCC, ensure ongoing attention to critical issues between each COP. This conference is the only other regular climate summit hosted by the UNFCCC.

 

As an essential step before COP29, the Bonn conference provides a platform for parties to negotiate mechanisms for implementing previous COP agreements. Participants will work on language, progressing toward draft conclusions to be submitted as formal recommendations at the next COP. Intergovernmental organizations, UN agencies, and representatives from youth, Indigenous groups, research, academia, and industry will also attend as observers, amongst others.

 

What’s on the Agenda at Bonn? The outcomes of these negotiations will heavily influence decisions made at COP29 this November. This year, key issues on the table in Bonn include climate finance, adaptation, loss and damage, non-market measures, and ensuring a just transition away from fossil fuels.

 

See more: https://www.cgiar.org/news-events/news/status-of-negotiations-and-cgiar-engagement-in-the-unfccc-cop-presidency-and-key-negotiation-tracks/

 

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