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Observer participation in the UNFCCC process The fourth session of the Meeting of the Parties to the Aarhus Convention Chisinau, Moldova, 29 June 2011 Megumi Endo, Observer Organizations Liaison Officer UNFCCC secretariat, Conference Affairs Services Table of Content Levels of observer participation in UNFCCC process Conclusions of the SBI 34 Aarhus recommendations to UNFCCC Conclusions Historical Participation levels of COPs/CMPs Participation breakdown Media Observers Parties/Observer states 3221 13482 1270 1498

817 825 3712 5386 944 785 883 3865 2628 2044 1056 869 0 614 961 2273 2112 534 3835

1723 2001 1653 1086 2215 1819 459 1569 2432 5848 506 795 2698 5815 663 1947 2219 10591

2933 3147 2089 1468 4489 2809 2352 3516 3969 5192 Observers only 14000 NGO 12000 IGO

568 UN 10000 8000 12048 6000 179 316 351 4000 252 79 107 96 127 120 2000

3663 23 979 68 2357 3552 49 1587 28 503 161 4993 1327 1858 4560 3869 102 118 1768

5435 2404 2888 2533 0 COP 1 COP 2 COP 3 COP 4 COP 5 COP 6 COP 6.5 COP 7 COP 8 COP 9

COP 10 COP 11/ CMP 1 COP 12/ CMP 2 COP 13/ CMP 3 COP 14/ CMP 4 COP 15/ CMP 5 COP 16/ CMP 6 Cumulative number of admitted organizations 86 NGO IGO 83 70

62 59 52 44 36 49 176 23 210 294 359 54 395 479 501 520 1319 51

38 33 21 50 60 554 614 662 761 790 868 974 1409 Progress made by SBI 34 Conclusions of SBI 34 June 2011 () All Parties:

National level stakeholder engagement Hosts of future COP/CMP: Size of venues (2010) recalled Aarhus recommendation (ii) Before and throughout the Presidency term Progress made by SBI 34 Presiding officers: Contact Groups (1998) first and last informal Aarhus recommendation (vi) Workshops (2002, 2007) presentations by observers Briefings (2009) welcome continuation observers to better utilize as dialogue platform Interventions (2004, 2007) seek opportunities Aarhus recommendation (v) Progress made by SBI 34 The secretariat where appropriate: Submissions on web (2004, 2010) web accessibility Background documents The secretariat if resourced: Technical means of participation (2007, 2010)

welcomed efforts, web redesign Name replacement during sessions exceptionally More webcast Progress made by SBI 34 SBI 36: Discuss options for new channels to formalize observer inputs Aarhus recommendation (xi) Progress made by SBI 34 Other issues discussed by SBI: Guidelines for participation (2005) Aarhus recommendation (vii) Financial support by interested Parties (2004) Aarhus recommendation (x) Draft texts on the web Aarhus recommendation (iv) Aarhus Convention and Almaty Guidelines upheld in UNFCCCs well established practices (2007) Other Aarhus recommendations (i) Explicit roles in decision making Mandates, HCA and ratified legal instruments (iii) Rooms not buildings Online registration system

Tickets to plenary halls (viii) NGOs on Party delegation On-going Other Aarhus recommendations (ix) Increase secretariat budget for observer participation No increase for observer liaison team (xii) NGOs themselves need to get better organised Enhanced organization observed (xiii) Interaction between UNFCCC and Aarhus Convention secretariats UNFCCC in Aarhus workshops and the MOP Aarhus secretariats practices shared SBI 34 & report on the good practices of other UN processes Conclusions Aarhus recommendations discussed and concluded Up to the Parties, collectively and individually Visible progress since 2004 discussions Message from the SBI Chair Continued exchange with the Aarhus Convention

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