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									United
nations
Climate
Change
ConferenCe
2009
7 - 18 december
Copenhagen
side events
and exhibits




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                         Overall infOrmatiOn                   2
      Side evenTS and
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                         Side eventS                           6


                         “…inSide climate change” SOlutiOnS    78


                         iSeet exhibit at the
                         Climate Change KiOSK                 80


                         exhibitS                             82


                         “…inSide climate change”
                         PubliCatiOnS COunter                 126


                         ObServer OrganizatiOnS               127


                         rOOm bOOKing and lOgiStiCS           132


                         greening COP15                       134


                         nOtiCeS                              136




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                                                         Please regularly consult the Daily Programme
                                                         and CCTV monitors for additional
                                                         information.

overall
information
Registration                                            Pigeonholes
Presenters and other participants at side events and/   Pigeonholes for Parties and intergovernmental
or exhibits must be registered through a Party or an    organizations are located next to the Documents
admitted observer organization and in possession of     Distribution Counter on the ground floor of Hall B.
a conference badge in order to access the conference    Limited types of documents and formal invitation
venue.                                                  cards that are clearly attributed to a Party or
                                                        an admitted organization can be authorized for
Locations                                               distribution. Please contact Ms. Megumi Endo,
Side event rooms as well as the exhibit area are        Observer Organizations Liaison Officer at the office
located in Hall H of Bella Center. Please consult the   of Conference Affairs Services on the first floor of
floor plan for the exact locations of exhibit booths.   Hall B4.

Meeting schedule                                        ENBOTS/Webcast
For details on individual meetings, venues and other    Coverage of events and photographs may be
activities please consult the web schedule, the Daily   found on the “ENB on the Side” website, which is
Programme, the CCTV monitors or the notice boards.      accessible through the UNFCCC website. Webcasts
Last minute changes can only be shown on the CCTV.      of a limited number of events may also be found on
                                                        the UNFCCC website under “Meetings”.
Daily Programme
The Daily Programme is available at the Documents
                                                        Opening ReceptiOn
Distribution Counter located on the ground floor
of Hall B and on the UNFCCC website. The                A welcoming reception hosted by the City of
Daily Programme provides detailed information           Copenhagen will take place at the City Hall on
on all scheduled meetings of the Convention             Monday, 7 December, from 7 p.m. to 9 p.m.
bodies, meetings of other groups, side events, and      Dedicated buses will depart from outside the
announcements relevant to the conference.               Bella Center, close to the Metro station. Further
                                                        information on social events hosted by the
In addition to the Daily Programme, all official        Government of Denmark during the high-level
documents and the list of participants are available    segment will be made available on the CCTV
at the Documents Counter. UNFCCC documents are          monitors and in the Daily Programme.
also available on the UNFCCC website.



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ObseRveR ORganizatiOns LiaisOn team
                                                              Ms. Diah Yulianti
The Observer Organizations Liaison team will                  Side events and exhibits
be located in the office of the Conference Affairs            Tel: +45 50 77 34 51
Services on the first floor of Hall B4 as well as in the      DYulianti@unfccc.int
Side Events and Exhibits Coordination Office in
Hall H.                                                       Ms. Irini Roumboglou
                                                              “…inSide climate change” Publications Counter
◊ Contact information                                         Side events and exhibits
  Ms. Megumi Endo                                             Tel: +45 50 77 36 32
  Tel: +45 50 77 34 54
  MEndo@unfccc.int                                            Mr. Daniel Krieg
                                                              Additional activities
    Ms. Susan Brandmeir                                       “…inSide climate change” Publications Counter
    Nominations                                               Tel: +45 50 77 36 34
    Tel: +45 50 77 34 52
    SBrandmeir@unfccc.int                                     Ms. Benita Gurung
                                                              Additional activities
    Ms. Nathalie Sneider                                      Side events and exhibits
    Nominations                                               Tel: +45 50 77 36 31
    Tel: +45 50 77 34 50
    NSneider@unfccc.int                                       Ms. Sharon Taylor
                                                              “…inSide climate change Solutions”
    Located on the first floor of Hall B4                     Tel: +45 50 77 36 33

    Mr. Moritz Weigel                                         Located at the Side Events and Exhibits
    Side events and exhibits                                  Coordination Office in Hall H.
    Tel: +45 50 77 34 53
    MWeigel@unfccc.int                                     The Observer Organizations Liaison Team looks
                                                           forward to meeting you.




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side events
The side event programme for COP15/CMP 5                   Make your presentations available to a global
contains more than 250 events focused on major             audience
issues in the Convention process. These will take          An upload facility is available for all side event
place in side event rooms located in Hall H. For a         organizers in the online registration system, which
breakdown of the side events by theme, date and            is accessible through the personal account. Draft
organizer, please see our web schedule at:                 agendas may be posted in advance to inform potential
                                                           participants. In order to share your presentation files
<http://regserver.unfccc.int/seors/reports/                with participants after your side event, you may
events_list.html?session_id=COP15>.                        upload the files using this facility and inform your
                                                           participants to refer to this. Changes can be made by
                                                           replacing or deleting the existing files. Please note
                                                           that individual files should not exceed 4 megabytes,
                                                           but you can upload as many files as needed.


UnFccc and ReLated events

time / ROOm          ORganizeR                             titLe / theme
monday,              seCretariat of the United nations     Joint implementation sUpervisory Committee: qUestion and
07 deCember          framework Convention on Climate       answer session
13:00—14:30          Change (UnfCCC)                       The Joint Implementation Supervisory Committee will explain its work
Liva Weel            Mr. James Grabert                     programme and the progress made so far, and answer questions from the
                     JGrabert@unfccc.int                   audience.
                     +49 228 8151413
monday,              seCretariat of the United nations     latest seCond national CommUniCations sUbmitted by non-annex
07 deCember          framework Convention on Climate       i parties
18:15—19:45          Change (UnfCCC)                       Presentation of the latest Second National Communications submitted by
Victor Borge         Mr. Dominique Revet                   non-Annex I Parties.
                     DRevet@unfccc.int
                     +49 228 8151334
tUesday,             wmo/Unep intergovernmental panel on   ipCC information and aCtivities and their relevanCe for the
08 deCember          Climate Change (ipCC)                 UnfCCC proCess
13:00—14:30          Ms. Renate Christ                     Highlights of IPCC AR4; update on the currently prepared Special Reports
Niels Bohr           ipcc-sec@wmo.int                      on renewable energy sources and on extreme events; and outlook towards
                     +41 22 7308254                        AR5.




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time / ROOm         ORganizeR                           titLe / theme
tUesday,            seCretariat of the United nations   Cdm and Ji effiCienCy: strengthening the UnfCCC seCretariat’s
08 deCember         framework Convention on Climate     sUpport
13:00—14:30         Change (UnfCCC)                     Results and recommendations from an external review of the UNFCCC
Liva Weel           Mr. Andrew Howard                   secretariat’s support to the operation of the CDM and JI.
                    AHoward@unfccc.int
                    +49 228 8151617
tUesday,            seCretariat of the United nations   Cdm exeCUtive board: qUestion and answer session
08 deCember         framework Convention on Climate     The Executive Board of the CDM will report on its activities and answer
18:15—19:45         Change (UnfCCC)                     questions from the audience.
Halfdan Rasmussen   Ms. Kay Merce
                    KMerce@unfccc.int
                    +49 228 8151507
thUrsday,           seCretariat of the United nations   intergenerational inqUiry on Climate solUtions Calls yvo de boer,
10 deCember         framework Convention on Climate     yoUth, negotiators to testify
13:00—14:30         Change (UnfCCC)                     UNFCCC Executive Secretary Yvo de Boer, together with scientists,
Niels Bohr          Ms. Laurence Pollier                United Nations agencies, key negotiators and young people from around
                    LPollier@unfccc.int                 the world will testify before the second Intergenerational Inquiry on
                    +49 228 8151505                     Climate Solutions.
thUrsday,           seCretariat of the United nations   energy effiCienCy Under the Cdm: lessons learned, opportUnities
10 deCember         framework Convention on Climate     and Challenges
18:15—19:45         Change (UnfCCC)                     Panel discussion comprising members of CDM Executive Board and its
Halfdan Rasmussen   Mr. Massamba Thioye                 working groups/panels and project participants pioneering implementation
                    MThioye@unfccc.int                  of demand side energy efficiency projects. The discussions will focus on
                    +49 228 8151554                     the progress made and challenges ahead.
friday,             global environment faCility (gef)   presentation of the adaptation fUnd handbook and dialogUe with
11 deCember         Mr. Christian Hofer                 the adaptation fUnd board
13:00—14:30         chofer@thegef.org                   Launch of new Adaptation Fund publications followed by a Q&A session
Halfdan Rasmussen   +1 202 4134185                      by the Chair and Vice-chair of the Adaptation Fund Board. This side event
                                                        will present key achievements in the development of the Adaptation Fund
                                                        over the past year and discuss promising steps for the future.
thUrsday,           seCretariat of the United nations   Climate finanCe: Challenges and opportUnities for developing
17 deCember         framework Convention on Climate     CoUntries
18:15—19:45         Change (UnfCCC)                     The event will present the results of the financing needs assessments
Liva Weel           Mr. Sudhir Sharma                   conducted by 11 countries. The presentation will also include lessons
                    SSharma@unfccc.int                  learned relating to financial and policy instruments available to countries
                    +49 228 8151621                     and institutional arrangements to support the implementation of adaptation
                                                        and mitigation activities.




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the United natiOns
                                                                synergies, eliminate duplication and overlap, and
system at the FOReFROnt OF
                                                                optimize the impact of the collective efforts of the
eFFORts tO addRess cLimate change
                                                                United Nations system.
As a unique international mechanism with
universal membership that combines convening                    The breadth and unity of United Nations system
power, normative work, standard-setting, policy                 activities are reflected in 20 side events at the
development and operational activities, the United              COP15/CMP 5. Each of these events has a thematic
Nations system in its entirety has embarked on an               focus and involves a number of agencies, which
action-oriented and coordinated effort to support the           come together to present their work under the same
international community in addressing the climate               theme.
change challenge.
                                                                The side events presented by the United Nations
Through close coordination of all relevant agencies,            system cover a wide range of issues. The common
a clear framework for action has been established               thread is that the United Nations system stands
with priority areas for the achievement of early                ready to support action at all levels, from global to
results. Agencies contribute on the basis of their              regional, national and local, given the urgent need
respective areas of expertise, mandates issued by               to accelerate action on adaptation and mitigation,
their governing bodies and resources made available             including through technology transfer, finance and
to them. The overall objective is to maximize existing          capacity-building.


time / ROOm         ORganizeR                                   titLe / theme
tUesday,            international Civil aviation organization   iCao/imo
08 deCember         (iCao), international maritime              A panel will analyse how aviation and shipping may be regulated in
13:00—14:30         organization (imo)                          the post-2012 regime. ICAO will focus on its High-level Meeting and
Halfdan Rasmussen   Ms. Jane Hupe                               Programme of Action on international aviation and climate change.
                    jhupe@icao.int                              IMO on its agreed technical and operational measures and its plans for a
                    +1 514 9546363                              market-based instrument.
wednesday,          world meteorologiCal organization           observation, monitoring and prediCtion: essential elements of
09 deCember         (wmo), United nations edUCational,          Climate knowledge
13:00—14:30         sCientifiC and CUltUral organization        Reliable observation network and high quality data are prerequisite for
Halfdan Rasmussen   (UnesCo), global Climate observing          understanding current and future climate variability and change.
                    system (gCos)
                    Mr. M.V.K. Sivakumar
                    msivakumar@wmo.int
                    +41 79 5148251




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time / ROOm         ORganizeR                                titLe / theme
wednesday,          seCretariat of the United nations        the role of land Under the new Climate Change poliCy framework
09 deCember         Convention to Combat desertifiCation     and Un-land as one delivery tool
18:15—19:45         (UnCCd)                                  The approved UNCCD strategy calls for having terrestrial carbon in
Victor Borge        Ms. Marie-Paule Lorka-Lavri              COP15, due to the linkage between mitigation and adaptation to climate
                    mlavri@unccd.int                         change and the realization of the overall objectives of the UNCCD
                    +49 228 8152826                          to prevent and reverse land degradation, desertification and drought
                                                             mitigation.
thUrsday,           food and agriCUltUre organization of     Climate Change and food seCUrity: Unifying Commitment and
10 deCember         the United nations (fao)                 aCtion in land-based seCtors
13:00—14:30         Ms. Wendy Mann                           Climate change, food security, poverty - key challenges that intersect in
Victor Borge        wendy.Mann@fao.org                       land-based sectors - cannot be addressed in isolation from each other.
                    +39 6 57053842                           The World Summit on Food Security and UNFCCC COP-15 provide
                                                             opportunities to promote solutions that manage synergies and trade-offs for
                                                             multiple benefits.
thUrsday,           United nations environment programme     one Un: partnering with CoUntries to bUild CapaCity and
10 deCember         (Unep), United nations development       readiness for dealing with Climate Change
13:00—14:30         programme (Undp), United nations         This side event will showcase a number of cross-UN capacity support
Halfdan Rasmussen   institUte for training and researCh      initiatives in areas such as on technology, adaptation, REDD, information,
                    (Unitar)                                 and training and engage country representatives in assessing how these
                    Mr. Kaveh Zahedi                         initiatives and tools can help build national capacity to deal with climate
                    kaveh.zahedi@unep.org                    change.
                    +33 6 82221155
thUrsday,           international teleCommUniCation Union    the effeCtive Use of iCts and the ip system for mitigating Climate
10 deCember         (itU), world intelleCtUal property       Change
18:15—19:45         organization (wipo)                      ITU-WIPO side event on the effective use of ICTs and the IP system for
Liva Weel           Ms. Maria Cristina Bueti                 mitigating climate change will discuss how ICTs can help to tackle climate
                    climate@itu.int                          change and will debate over the potential role and impact of the intellectual
                    +4122730589                              property (IP) system in promoting the development of new technologies.
friday,             seCretariat of the Convention on         ConneCting biodiversity and Climate Change mitigation and
11 deCember         biologiCal diversity (Cbd)               adaptation – report of the seCond ad hoC
13:00—14:30         Ms. Anne-Marie Wilson                    Main themes include: the impacts of climate change on biodiversity,
Victor Borge        consultant.anne-marie.wilson@cbd.int     the role of biodiversity in climate change adaptation, the links between
                    +1 514 2878718                           biodiversity conservation and sustainable use and climate change
                                                             mitigation and ways and means to value biodiversity with regards to
                                                             climate change responses.
monday,             United nations (Un)                      advanCing work on adaptation to Climate Change: a United nations
14 deCember         Mr. Georgios Kostakos                    system perspeCtive
13:00—14:30         kostakos@un.org                          The UN system is committed to assisting countries in adapting to the
Halfdan Rasmussen   +1 646 6421055                           impacts of climate change, while tackling poverty and achieving growth.
                                                             The event will showcase good practices and resources developed by the
                                                             system in key adaptation areas.
monday,             United nations hUman settlements         Cities, popUlation dynamiCs and Climate Change
14 deCember         programme (Un-habitat), United nations   The role of the local and sub-national level of governance in climate
18:15—19:45         eConomiC Comission for eUrope (UneCe)    change has become increasingly important. The side-event highlights the
Liva Weel           Ms. Karin Buhren                         UN approach to support low-carbon and sustainable urban development
                    karin.buhren@unhabitat.org               as well as the importance of population dynamics to planning for climate
                    +254 20 7623191                          change adaptation and mitigation.
monday,             United nations (Un)                      United nations CoUntry level sUpport
14 deCember         Mr. Muriel Obon                          This side event is organized by the UNDG Task Team on Environmental
18:15—19:45         muriel.obon@undg.org                     Sustainability and Climate Change (TT-ES-CC) and aims to provide
Halfdan Rasmussen   +1 212 9065167                           information on United Nations development system’s operational activities
                                                             at the country level related to climate change.




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time / ROOm    ORganizeR                                  titLe / theme
tUesday,       international laboUr organization (ilo),   addressing soCial ConseqUenCes of Climate Change: impaCts on
15 deCember    world health organization (who), United    employment, health and gender
13:00—14:30    nations development fUnd for women         The event will explore the climate change impacts on employment, as
Victor Borge   (Unifem)                                   a driver of creation of green jobs and a cause for job losses, on health
               Ms. Ana Belen Sanchez                      -around 150,000 deaths per year occur in low-income countries due to
               sanchezab@ilo.org                          climate change- and gender –women are often the first and most impacted
               +34 66 7449090                             by climate change.
tUesday,       world bank, United nations                 finanCing Climate aCtion in developing CoUntries: a United nations
15 deCember    development programme (Undp)               system perspeCtive
13:00—14:30    Mr. Jarl Krausing                          The unprecedented scale for urgent finance calls for coherent and
Niels Bohr     jkrausing@worldbank.org                    complementary approaches by United Nations agencies in responding to
               +1 202 4589326                             adaptation and mitigation needs based on country driven processes. The
                                                          side-event will share examples of joint efforts in scaling up access to such
                                                          finance.
tUesday,       United nations environment programme       first steps towards a low-Carbon United nations
15 deCember    environment management groUp (Unep/        Following the call by the Secretary-General to safeguard our planet and
20:00—21:30    emg)                                       climate, first steps have been taken to manage the greenhouse gas impact
Dan Turell     Mr. Aniket Ghai                            arising from the United Nations’s operations. This event will review
               aniket.ghai@unep.ch                        progress made in a selection of the diverse array of institutions that make
               +41 79 2059831                             up the UN system.
wednesday,     United nations eConomiC Comissions         regional initiatives and strategies in sUpport of CoUntry efforts
16 deCember    for afriCa (eCa), for eUrope (eCe), for    on Climate Change
11:00—12:30    latin ameriCa and the Caribbean (eClaC),   Regional perspectives and efforts to meet climate change challenges, incl.:
Victor Borge   eConomiC and soCial Commissions for        adequate and accessible information services; private-public partnerships
               asia and the paCifiC (esCap) and for       on energy efficiency; assessing economic impacts of climate change;
               western asia (esCwa)                       low-carbon development pathways and; sustainable management of natural
               Mr. Amr Nour                               resources.
               nour@un.org
               +1 212 9635565
wednesday,     United nations indUstrial development      international Cooperation on teChnology transfer - time for
16 deCember    organization (Unido), United nations -     aCtion
13:00—14:30    department of eConomiCs and soCial         Low-carbon technologies are central to meeting the challenges, and
Niels Bohr     affairs (Un-desa), United nations          taking advantage of the opportunities, posed by climate change. This
               ConferenCe on trade and development        UN-coordinated side event will focus on actions and programmes related
               (UnCtad)                                   to technology transfer, with a specific focus on international cooperation.
               Ms. Morgan Bazilian
               m.bazilian@unido.org
               +43 69 914593880
wednesday,     United nations (Un)                        the United nations system delivering as one on Climate Change
16 deCember    Mr. Georgios Kostakos                      This event will provide an overview of United Nations system capacities
18:15—19:45    kostakos@un.org                            and confirm the system’s commitment at the highest level to further assist
Consult CCTV   +1 646 6421055                             Parties to UNFCCC in planning and implementing measures to address
                                                          climate change in adaptation, capacity building, technology transfer,
                                                          REDD and other areas.
thUrsday,      world health organization (who)            the world health organization - proteCting health from Climate
17 deCember    Ms. Ravini Senanayake                      Change
13:00—14:30    senanayaker@who.int                        Highlighting the human health dimensions of climate change, and to
Victor Borge   +41 22 7912339                             propose adaptation and mitigation policies in order to protect and enhance
                                                          human health and well-being.




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time / ROOm         ORganizeR                                   titLe / theme
wednesday,          international organization for              Climate adaptation ContinUUm, migration and displaCement -
16 deCember         migration (iom), United nations             Copenhagen and beyond
14:45—16:15         University (UnU), United nations high       Heads of Agencies and delegates discuss state-of-the-art understanding
Liva Weel           Commissioner for refUgees (UnhCr)           of climate adaptation, migration and displacement and related challenges
                    Ms. Alina Narusova                          in policy, research and practice, ways to address them and the role of the
                    anarusova@iom.int                           UNFCCC framework. Together with NRC, the RSG on the HR of IDPs
                    +41 22 7179295                              and other IASC partners.
thUrsday,           United nations environment programme        green eConomy: implementing a new Climate deal
17 deCember         (Unep), international laboUr                Economic paths to prosperity, decent employment, and poverty reduction
13:00—14:30         organization (ilo)                          by accelerated investment in climate change mitigation and adaptation.
Halfdan Rasmussen   Mr. Kaveh Zahedi
                    kaveh.zahedi@unep.org
                    +33 6 82221155
thUrsday,           United nations development programme        investing in women’s leadership for Climate solUtions
17 deCember         (Undp)                                      Climate change finance mechanisms are gender-blind, despite evidence
13:00—14:30         Ms. Hannie Meesters                         of the community and environmental benefits associated with women’s
Liva Weel           meesters@undp.org                           access to finance. GGCA, Denmark, Finland, and other cosponsors feature
                    +1 347 4465908                              high-level speakers and launch new research and initiatives on gender and
                                                                climate finance.




OveRaLL side event schedULe

time / ROOm         ORganizeR                                   titLe / theme
monday,             third world network (twn)                   what Copenhagen talks mUst deliver from a Climate JUstiCe
07 deCember         Ms. Yvonne Miller Berlie                    perspeCtive
13:00—14:30         ymiller@twngeneva.ch                        The session will focus on key demands from civil society and selected
Niels Bohr          +41 22 9083550                              developing countries on elements of a fair and just outcome of the
                                                                negotiations.
monday,             denmark                                     delivering the message
07 deCember         Mr. Morten Holm Østergaard                  The side event gives civil society and opportunity to present their
13:00—14:30         mho@stm.dk                                  conclusions and recommendations for the COP-presidency, delegates and
Elvira Madigan      +45 40 80 36 84                             the press.
monday,             seCretariat of the United nations           Joint implementation sUpervisory Committee: qUestion and
07 deCember         framework Convention on Climate             answer session
13:00—14:30         Change (UnfCCC)                             The Joint Implementation Supervisory Committee will explain its work
Liva Weel           Mr. James Grabert                           programme and the progress made so far, and answer questions from the
                    JGrabert@unfccc.int                         audience.
                    +49 228 8151413
monday,             seCretariat of the United nations           latest seCond national CommUniCations sUbmitted by non-annex
07 deCember         framework Convention on Climate             i parties
18:15—19:45         Change (UnfCCC)                             Presentation of the latest Second National Communications submitted by
Victor Borge        Mr. Dominique Revet                         non-Annex I Parties.
                    DRevet@unfccc.int
                    +49 228 8151334
tUesday,            international Civil aviation organization   iCao/imo
08 deCember         (iCao)                                      A panel will analyse how aviation and shipping may be regulated in
13:00—14:30         Ms. Jane Hupe                               the post-2012 regime. ICAO will focus on its High-level Meeting and
Halfdan Rasmussen   jhupe@icao.int                              Programme of Action on international aviation and climate change.
                    +1 514 9546363                              IMO on its agreed technical and operational measures and its plans for a
                                                                market-based instrument.

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time / ROOm         ORganizeR                              titLe / theme
tUesday,            brazil                                 the ContribUtion of biofUels to Climate Change mitigation
08 deCember         Mr. Andre Correa do Lago               Biofuels as a low carbon renewable alternative for the reduction of GHG
13:00—14:30         alago@mre.gov.br                       emissions in the transport sector, as well as for electricity, cooking and
Victor Borge        +55 61 34118608                        heating. Creation of an international market for biofuels, taking into
                                                           account the three pillars of sustainability of the global production and use
                                                           of biofuels.
tUesday,            wmo/Unep intergovernmental panel on    ipCC information and aCtivities and their relevanCe for the
08 deCember         Climate Change (ipCC)                  UnfCCC proCess
13:00—14:30         Ms. Renate Christ                      Highlights of IPCC AR4; update on the currently prepared Special Reports
Niels Bohr          ipcc-sec@wmo.int                       on renewable energy sources and on extreme events; and outlook towards
                    +41 22 7308254                         AR5.
tUesday,            seCretariat of the United nations      Cdm and Ji effiCienCy: strengthening the UnfCCC seCretariat’s
08 deCember         framework Convention on Climate        sUpport
13:00—14:30         Change (UnfCCC)                        Results and recommendations from an external review of the UNFCCC
Liva Weel           Mr. Andrew Howard                      secretariat’s support to the operation of the CDM and JI.
                    AHoward@unfccc.int
                    +49 228 8151617
tUesday,            natUral resoUrCes defense CoUnCil      China and the world: solving Climate Change throUgh praCtiCal,
08 deCember         (nrdC)                                 on-the-groUnd Collaboration
18:15—19:45         Mr. Alvin Lin                          China is seeking a lower-carbon development path through greater energy
Dan Turell          linminche@gmail.com                    efficiency, development of renewable/low-carbon energy, and improved
                    +86 135 11013147                       energy/environmental governance. Top US and Chinese experts analyze
                                                           China’s progress to date, challenges ahead, and the most important
                                                           on-the-ground solutions.
tUesday,            sweden                                 lessons learned from existing global Climate finanCing
08 deCember         Ms. Carly Jonsson                      meChanism
18:15—19:45         carly.jonsson@foreign.ministry.se      Dialogue on experiences and lessons learned from existing global
Liva Weel           +46 8 4051364                          financing mechanisms for climate change activities in developing
                                                           countries, including experiences with IFIs and other global initiatives.
tUesday,            Climate aCtion network international   stronger soUthern voiCe
08 deCember         (Can international)                    Southern capacity building and participation towards COP15 and beyond:
18:15—19:45         Mr. David Turnbull                     Key actors share their experiences and discuss the need for coordinated
Niels Bohr          dturnbull@climatenetwork.org           action for continued support and engagement in the following year.
                    +1 202 3163499
tUesday,            singapore                              global alternative energy potential
08 deCember         Ms. Felicia Shaw                       A discussion of global alternative energy potential, its inhomogeneous
18:15—19:45         felicia_shaw@mti.gov.sg                distribution across regions, and the implications for energy development.
Victor Borge        +65 9 6703331
tUesday,            international Centre for trade and     trade liberalisation and its role in teChnology diffUsion: a look
08 deCember         sUstainable development (iCtsd)        at the renewable energy, bUildings
18:15—19:45         Ms. Ana Maria Kleymeyer                Will consider trade’s role in diffusion of climate-friendly goods and
Saxo Grammaticus    amkleymeyer@ictsd.ch                   technologies; presents a new Technology Mapping Study and research
                    +41 22 9178746                         on market-drivers for climate-friendly technologies in three sectors; and
                                                           looks at enabling environments for those drivers, particularly in developing
                                                           countries.
tUesday,            seCretariat of the United nations      Cdm exeCUtive board: qUestion and answer session
08 deCember         framework Convention on Climate        The Executive Board of the CDM will report on its activities and answer
18:15—19:45         Change (UnfCCC)                        questions from the audience.
Halfdan Rasmussen   Ms. Kay Merce
                    KMerce@unfccc.int
                    +49 228815 1507




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time / ROOm         ORganizeR                                  titLe / theme
tUesday,            german Committee for disaster              adaptation to Climate Change and disaster risk redUCtion. two
08 deCember         redUCtion (dkkv)                           topiCs with similar Content and goal?
20:00—21:30         Mr. Gerd Tetzlaff                          DKKV (German National Platform for Disaster Reduction within ISDR)
Saxo Grammaticus    info@dkkv.org                              members from humanitarian, development, private sector and science
                    +228 53113 4922844601                      will provide an insight how CC affects their mandate, how they integrate
                                                               disaster risk reduction as adaptation strategy and what DRR can deliver to
                                                               prevent failures.
tUesday,            global biodiversity information faCility   gbif – bUilding the global biodiversity informatiCs Commons for
08 deCember         (gbif), bioversity international**         Climate Change adaptation
20:00—21:30         (bioversity)                               The Global Biodiversity Information Facility (GBIF) is a multi-lateral
Dan Turell          Ms. Susanne Sheldon                        initiative mandated to build a global research infrastructure to facilitate
                    slsheldon@gbif.org                         access to biodiversity data to assist policy and implementing agencies in
                    +45 35 32 14 70                            adaptation decision-making regarding biodiversity responses to climate
                                                               change.
tUesday,            global forest Coalition (gfC), global      redd realities: the gap between redd dreams and the real-life
08 deCember         JUstiCe eCology proJeCt** (gJep)           forest poliCies, taking into aCCoUnt t
20:00—21:30         Ms. Simone Lovera-Bilderbeek               The event will present the results of an independent monitoring project on
Victor Borge        simone.lovera@globalforestcoalition.org    REDD policy development in 9 different countries. It will also elaborate
                    +595 21 663654                             on the potential impacts of REDD-projects like genetically modified tree
                                                               plantations-on Indigenous Peoples, local communities and biodiversity.
tUesday,            Center for Clean air poliCy (CCap)         developing CoUntry implementation strategies and nationally
08 deCember         Mr. Mark Houdashelt                        appropriate mitigation aCtions (namas)
20:00—21:30         mhoudashelt@ccap.org                       New results on Developing Country projects: mitigation strategies that
Halfdan Rasmussen   +202 350 8581                              can be undertaken by developing countries. Discuss what this means for
                                                               NAMAs, mitigation in industrial and transportation sectors, and estimated
                                                               needs for financial, technological and capacity-building assistance.
tUesday,            United kingdom                             beyond aCademiC theory: praCtiCal steps to a high growth low
08 deCember         Mr. Aaron Gould                            Carbon eConomy
20:00—21:30         aaron.gould@decc.gsi.gov.uk                Lord Stern-led informal discussion with international experts on the nexus
Liva Weel           +44 300 685444                             of issues between finance and developing country action plans to identify
                                                               measures that can be put in place now.
tUesday,            greenpeaCe international (gpi)             how the Copenhagen agreement mUst drive emissions to zero
08 deCember         Ms. Naomi Goodman                          A presentation with partners from state governments, industry, science and
20:00—21:30         naomi.goodman@greenpeace.org               civil society.
Niels Bohr          +31 20 7182143
wednesday,          CyprUs, marshall islands                   international shipping and Climate Change
09 deCember         Mr. Andreas Chrysostomou                   International experts give a comprehensive analysis of the current
10:30—12:30         ksjolin@hotmail.com                        situation of the world’s international merchant fleet, its efficiency and
EU Pavilion         +357 258 48274                             carbon footprint, as well as the challenges faced by IMO in its efforts to
                                                               effectively control greenhouse gas emissions from ships.
wednesday,          kiribati                                   kiribati: oUr road to Copenhagen
09 deCember         Mr. Betarim Rimon                          We are first in line to face irreversible climate change impacts. Hear how
13:00—14:30         betarimr@yahoo.com                         our islands will change in our childrens’ lifetimes and our plans to adapt.
Liva Weel           +686 2 1183                                Learn from this practical experience. Join us and our partners in calling for
                                                               a meaningful global response.
wednesday,          tebtebba foUndation                        indigenoUs peoples’ assessment of the CUrrent negotiations:
09 deCember         Mr. Raymond de Chavez                      issUes and ways forward in Copenhagen an
13:00—14:30         raymond@tebtebba.org                       Indigenous peoples will share their assessment of the climate change
Niels Bohr          +63 74 4447703                             negotiations and will discuss strategies beyond Copenhagen.




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time / ROOm         ORganizeR                                titLe / theme
wednesday,          world meteorologiCal organization        observation, monitoring and prediCtion: essential elements of
09 deCember         (wmo) , United nations edUCational,      Climate knowledge
13:00—14:30         sCientifiC and CUltUral organization     Reliable observation network and high quality data are prerequisite for
Halfdan Rasmussen   (UnesCo), global Climate observing       understanding current and future climate variability and change.
                    system (gCos)
                    Mr. M.V.K. Sivakumar
                    msivakumar@wmo.int
                    +41 79 5148251
wednesday,          papUa new gUinea                         partnership for CapaCity development for national ghg
09 deCember         Ms. Gea Galluzzi                         inventories in non-annex 1 CoUntries for redd
13:00—14:30         cdreddplus@gmail.com                     Development of a new coordinated action for capacity building on REDD
Victor Borge        +39 340 6999354                          implementation in developing countries.
wednesday,          CoUnCil of eUropean energy               energy market regUlation and Climate Change
09 deCember         regUlators** (Ceer)                      Setting enforceable targets and devising coherent energy policies are
18:15—19:45         Ms. Ester Tucekova                       matters for governments; but regulators can make a positive contribution
Saxo Grammaticus    ester.tucekova@ceer.eu                   on a number of regulatory and market issues.
                    +32 2 7887339
wednesday,          overseas environmental Cooperation       Co-benefits of Climate Change and sUstainable development in
09 deCember         Center, Japan (oeCC), institUte of       developing CoUntries
18:15—19:45         energy eConomiCs, Japan (ieeJ), global   The session focuses on methodological proposals for facilitating CDM in
Niels Bohr          environment Centre foUndation (geC)      developing countries, esp LDCs, in achieving co-benefits of development
                    Ms. Junko Morizane                       & mitigation. How to plan and implement mitigation actions is presented
                    morizane@oecc.or.jp                      based on int’l cooperative experiences including assessment of pollution
                    +8135472014                              control.
wednesday,          seCretariat of the United nations        the role of land Under the new Climate Change poliCy framework
09 deCember         Convention to Combat desertifiCation     and Un-land as one delivery tool
18:15—19:45         (UnCCd)                                  The approved UNCCD strategy calls for having terrestrial carbon in
Victor Borge        Ms. Marie-Paule Lorka-Lavri              COP15, due to the linkage between mitigation and adaptation to climate
                    mlavri@unccd.int                         change & the realization of the overall objectives of the UNCCD
                    +49 228 8152826                          to prevent and reverse land degradation, desertification and drought
                                                             mitigation.
wednesday,          bolivia                                  the deClaration of the mother earth rights’ and Climate Change
09 deCember         Sra. Carla Ledezma                       Climate change effects are showing that a normative legal system has
18:15—19:45         carlaledezma@gmail.com                   no developed, at international level, to protect the rights of all natural
Liva Weel           +591 2 2200206                           beings including the planet itself. The event purpose is to discuss different
                                                             proposals to elaborate a Universal Declaration of Mother Earth Rights’.
wednesday,          stakeholder forUm for a sUstainable      Cop15 and beyond: bridging the water and Climate Change agenda
09 deCember         fUtUre, global water partnership         Water is central to development, but climate change is the spoiler: no
18:15—19:45         organisation** (gwpo)                    matter how successful mitigation, people experience climate change
Halfdan Rasmussen   Mr. Stephen Mooney                       through water. This joint event of GPPN and GWP will discuss how
                    smooney@stakeholderforum.org             COP15 can address the institutional arrangements for a global response
                    +44 207 5806912                          from the water community.
wednesday,          nepal                                    development of soCial & environmental standards for national
09 deCember         Mr. Bhola Bhattarai                      redd+ programs
18:15—19:45         bhola_fecofun@yahoo.com                  Nepal in collaboration with CCBA, CARE and Ecuador will present a
Dan Turell          +977 1 9851074770                        global initiative on social and environmental standards for REDD+ that
                                                             aims to enhance the contribution of national REDD programs to rights,
                                                             poverty reduction and biodiversity conservation while avoiding social or
                                                             environmental harm.
wednesday,          responding to Climate Change (rtCC)      sUstainable living or sUstainable bUilding
09 deCember         Mr. James Ramsey                         The side even will feature organisations, which actively develop
20:00—21:30         abp@entico.com                           technologies and materials promoting sustainable living or construction.
Dan Turell          +44 20 77992222


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time / ROOm         ORganizeR                              titLe / theme
wednesday,          international maritime emission        eqUitable finanCing and emission redUCtion meChanism for
09 deCember         redUCtion sCheme* (imers)              international transport
20:00—21:30         Mr. Andre Stochniol                    Sealing the deal: politically acceptable levies on emissions from
Saxo Grammaticus    andre@imers.org                        international aviation and maritime transport, simultaneously reducing
                    +44 7809 764894                        their emissions. Applied worldwide, effectively to developed countries,
                                                           collected centrally, raising $10bn+ annually for climate adaptation,
                                                           REDD+ and technology.
wednesday,          wetlands international                 wetland restoration for Climate Change mitigation and
09 deCember         Mr. Alex Kaat                          adaptation
20:00—21:30         alex.kaat@wetlands.org                 Peatlands and mangrove forests contain and sequester high amounts of
Niels Bohr          +31 6 50601917                         carbon. Both wetland types also reduce the impacts of climate change.
                                                           In this event, Wetlands International and partners show the potential of
                                                           restoring wetlands for both mitigation of and adaptation to climate change.
wednesday,          Climate aCtion network - eUrope (Can   developed CoUntry mitigation targets
09 deCember         - eUrope)                              European NGOs present an update and assessment of the mitigation targets
20:00—21:30         Ms. Ulriikka Aarnio                    of developed countries.
Halfdan Rasmussen   ulriikka@climnet.org
                    +0 1050 3249452576
wednesday,          madagasCar                             madagasCar’s progress towards a national redd system
09 deCember         Mr. Michel Omer Laivao                 The country is building the REDD national approach by harmonizing
20:00—21:30         laivao2002@yahoo.fr                    methods developed through projects. Stakeholders in the forest sector
Liva Weel           +261 33 1218700                        are leading the process to ensure engagement of other sectors. For
                                                           permanency, efforts are ongoing to define distribution of benefits at the
                                                           community level.
thUrsday,           eUropean Climate foUndation* (eCf)     do the negotiation proposals matCh the analysis on needed
10 deCember         Mr. Samuel Flueckiger                  finanCing and Caps, are they Comparable?
09:00—10:30         samuel.fluckiger@europeanclimate.org   Focus on caps and financing requirements to bring us to a 450 ppm
Halfdan Rasmussen   +32 2 8949305                          pathway, institutional options and comparing the level of proposed versus
                                                           necessary effort across developed countries. Project Catalyst provides
                                                           analytical support for stakeholders in the negotiations, and draws on over
                                                           150 experts.
thUrsday,           eUropean Climate forUm (eCf),          sUpersmart grids: pathways to a deCarbonised power system
17 deCember         e-parliament                           Europe and other regions need to accelerate the delivery of SuperSmart
11:00—12:30         Ms. Antonella Battaglini               Grids and renewables by 2050. We will suggest policy road maps to
Niels Bohr          antonella@european-climate-forum.net   MPs and stakeholders to secure the necessary legislation on support
                    +49 331 2882670                        mechanisms and regulatory reform to decarbonise the power systems and
                                                           meet the 2°C target.
thUrsday,           amazon institUte of people and the     making it happen: monitoring forest emissions and governanCe to
10 deCember         environment** (imazon)                 aChieve redd
09:00—10:30         Sra. Brenda Brito do Carmo             How can we monitor forest carbon emissions and governance for REDD?
Victor Borge        brendabrito@imazon.org.br              We will present independent initiatives to quantify uncertainty of carbon
                    +55 91 31824000                        emissions in Brazil and initial results of efforts to assess the situation and
                                                           challenges of forest governance in Brazil and Indonesia.
thUrsday,           sustainUs                              yoUth, forest proteCtion and sUrvival: why forest proteCtion
10 deCember         Mr. Kyle Gracey                        and edUCation is essential
09:00—10:30         kylegracey@sustainus.org               Hear about youth-led forest protection and education efforts from around
Niels Bohr          +1 814 6592405                         the world, and listen as international youth discuss how protecting intact
                                                           forests under REDD can support a successful climate agreement.




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time / ROOm         ORganizeR                                    titLe / theme
thUrsday,           potsdam institUte for Climate impaCt         driving home solUtions: transport emissions trading and
10 deCember         researCh (pik)                               regional adaptation information
11:00—12:30         Ms. Hannah Foerster                          The Potsdam Institute (PIK) introduces two of its solution-oriented
Liva Weel           hannah@pik-potsdam.de                        projects: 1) CITIES on emission trading in the transport sector (with TU
                    +49 331 2882606                              Berlin and BMW) and 2) the ci:grasp prototype - a support platform for
                                                                 global and regional adaptation (with GTZ).
thUrsday,           Climate law and poliCy proJeCt (Clpp)        reCognizing and proteCting hUman rights within the Copenhagen
10 deCember         Ms. Alyssa Johl                              agreement
11:00—12:30         ajohl@climatelawpolicy.org                   Panel will assess whether climate policies of the US and other States
Victor Borge        +1 510 4356892                               comply with human rights law and explain how the Copenhagen
                                                                 agreement can recognize and protect human rights. Sponsors include:
                                                                 Republic of Seychelles, Climate Law & Policy Project, Earthjustice, and
                                                                 Many Strong Voices.
thUrsday,           serviCe Civil international* (sCi), energy   the role of edUCation in relation to the Climate Crisis
10 deCember         Crossroads** (eC),                           This discussion will involve different actors of education for sustainable
11:00—12:30         yale stUdent environmental Coalition         development and discuss the past and future contribution of education to
Niels Bohr          (yseC)                                       behavioral changes, mitigation and adaptation. Event part of the Young and
                    Mr. Sebastien Duyck                          Future Generations Day.
                    duycks@gmail.com
                    +4850793221
thUrsday,           global witness limited, rainforest           monitoring redd for Climate ComplianCe - an integrated
10 deCember         foUndation norway* (rfn)                     approaCh
11:00—12:30         Mr. Davyth Stewart                           Global Witness presents IM-REDD - a system of independent monitoring
Halfdan Rasmussen   davyth@gmail.com                             to address governance. A comprehensive monitoring system will be needed
                    +61 2 90291525                               to support MRV. But what should be monitored and how? And how can we
                                                                 secure ”climate compliance”?
thUrsday,           food and agriCUltUre organization of         Climate Change and food seCUrity: Unifying Commitment and
10 deCember         the United nations (fao)                     aCtion in land-based seCtors
13:00—14:30         Ms. Wendy Mann                               Climate change, food security, poverty - key challenges that intersect in
Victor Borge        wendy.Mann@fao.org                           land-based sectors - cannot be addressed in isolation from each other.
                    +39 6 57053842                               The World Summit on Food Security and UNFCCC COP-15 provide
                                                                 opportunities to promote solutions that manage synergies and trade-offs for
                                                                 multiple benefits.
thUrsday,           China                                        Carbon eqUity in global efforts to Combat Climate Change
10 deCember         Mr. Hairan Gao                               This workshop intends to promote discussions on carbon equity, historical
13:00—14:30         gao.hairan@ccchina.gov.cn                    responsibilities and other important issues relating to climate change.
Liva Weel           +86 10 68501567
thUrsday,           United nations environment programme         one Un: partnering with CoUntries to bUild CapaCity and
10 deCember         (Unep) , United nations development          readiness for dealing with Climate Change
13:00—14:30         programme(Undp), United nations              This side event will showcase a number of cross-UN capacity support
Halfdan Rasmussen   institUte for training and researCh          initiatives in areas such as on technology, adaptation, REDD, information,
                    (Unitar)                                     and training and engage country representatives in assessing how these
                    Mr. Kaveh Zahedi                             initiatives and tools can help build national capacity to deal with climate
                    kaveh.zahedi@unep.org                        change.
                    +33 6 82221155
thUrsday,           seCretariat of the United nations            intergenerational inqUiry on Climate solUtions Calls yvo de boer,
10 deCember         framework Convention on Climate              yoUth, negotiators to testify
13:00—14:30         Change (UnfCCC)                              UNFCCC Executive Secretary Yvo de Boer, together with scientists,
Niels Bohr          Ms. Laurence Pollier                         United Nations agencies, key negotiators and young people from around
                    LPollier@unfccc.int                          the world will testify before the second Intergenerational Inquiry on
                    +49 228 8151505                              Climate Solutions.




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time / ROOm         ORganizeR                                 titLe / theme
thUrsday,           institUte for global environmental        low-Carbon asia: visions and aCtions
10 deCember         strategies (iges), national institUte     This session presents visions for sustainable low carbon development in
14:45—16:15         for environmental stUdies (nies), Japan   Asia, and discuss how domestic actions (including Japanese “Isson-Ippin”)
Halfdan Rasmussen   Center for Climate Change aCtions         and international institutions (including enhanced market mechanisms) can
                    (JCCCa)                                   contribute to low carbon development in major Asian economies.
                    Mr. Kazuhisa Koakutsu
                    koakutsu@iges.or.jp
                    +81 46 8553825
thUrsday,           eUropean spaCe agenCy (esa)               global monitoring of essential Climate variables (eCv)
10 deCember         Mr. Frank Martin Seifert                  The side event will inform on efforts at ESA and other space agencies
14:45—16:15         frank.martin.seifert@esa.int              responding to the needs of space based observation defined by GCOS with
Liva Weel           +39 6 94180560                            the ECVs. Observations from space provide unique information which
                                                              greatly assists the successful understanding and management of climate
                                                              change.
thUrsday,           sUstainable markets foUndation - 350.     350ppm: the need for bold mitigation targets and the Change they
10 deCember         org, takingitglobal (tig), natUre and     will Create
14:45—16:15         yoUth denmark (n & U)                     The science is in, and global civil society has spoken more loudly than
Niels Bohr          Mr. Jeremy Osborn                         ever before on climate to demand a global 350ppm emissions pathway.
                    jeremy@350.org                            We present our case for the final hours of negotiation this year to bring our
                    +1 802 5524067                            nations’ delegates into the global movement towards climate safety.
thUrsday,           eUropean bank for reConstrUCtion and      green investment sChemes as a tool to leverage private Capital.
10 deCember         development (ebrd)                        This session discusses a variety of tools applied by the European Bank for
14:45—16:15         Mr. Friso de Jong                         Reconstruction and Development to involve the private sector:
Victor Borge        dejongf@ebrd.com                          1) The ’real’ cost of GHG mitigation, based on research and analysis by
                    +44 20 73387808                           McKinsey; 2) (Carbon) finance instruments, incl. development of Green
                                                              Investment Schemes.
thUrsday,           Conservation international (Ci), the      making redd work
10 deCember         natUre ConservanCy (tnC)                  NGOs present experiences in building preparedness for an international
16:30—18:00         Ms. Jennifer McCullough                   REDD mechanism, including case studies ranging from exploration of
Liva Weel           jmccullough@conservation.org              potential REDD activities to implementation of pilot projects and national-
                    +1 703 3412516                            scale mechanisms and discussion of the international policy framework
                                                              required for REDD.
thUrsday,           transport researCh foUndation (trf),      Copenhagen: bridging the gap with land transport
10 deCember         institUte for transportation and          This event will present issues to be resolved to ensure that the Copenhagen
16:30—18:00         development poliCy** (itdp)               Agreement will provide a renewed momentum for low carbon transport.
Dan Turell          Mr. Holger Dalkmann                       Recommendations for the Agreement & 2010 onwards will be discussed
                    hdalkmann@trl.co.uk                       by transport and climate change experts.
                    +44 1344 770279
thUrsday,           Centre for eUropean poliCy stUdies        post-2012 flexible meChanisms
10 deCember         (Ceps)                                    This event aims at facilitating discussions on roles of flexible mechanisms
16:30—18:00         Ms. Monica Alessi                         in an emerging post-2012 framework. The types of flexible mechanisms on
Halfdan Rasmussen   monica.alessi@ext.ceps.eu                 the agenda will include the future CDM (e.g. programmatic, sectoral), the
                    +32 2 2293937                             future JI, sectoral crediting based on no-lose targets, and sectoral trading.
thUrsday,           danish 92 groUp - forUm for               the neCessary Climate aCtion - in denmark and internationally
10 deCember         sUstainable development                   Danish NGOs in the Danish 92 Group present their assessment of the
16:30—18:00         Mr. Troels Dam Christensen                Danish government’s action to solve the climate problem in Denmark
Victor Borge        tdc@92grp.dk                              and abroad, and present their own activities and viewpoints on how to
                    +45 35 24 50 90                           strengthen the Danish and international climate effort.




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time / ROOm         ORganizeR                                titLe / theme
thUrsday,           eUropean yoUth forUm (yfJ), federation   intergenerational eqUity
10 deCember         of yoUng eUropean greens**               The concept of this event would be to discuss intergenerational solidarity
16:30—18:00         (fyeg), Comite poUr les relations        in the frame of climate change, as it is a key arising concept. It will look at
Niels Bohr          internationales de JeUnesse (CriJ)       it through presentations from DG EAC of the EC, academics talking about
                    Ms. Julie Teng                           intergenerational justice, as well as youth representatives.
                    julie.teng@youthforum.org
                    +32 2 2869426
thUrsday,           Japan                                    Japan’s efforts for international Cooperation on Climate Change
10 deCember         Mr. Takahiro Hasegawa                    Japan’s cooperation with developing countries on mitigation and
18:15—19:45         takahiro_hasegawa@env.go.jp              adaptation as well as environmental science and technology cooperation
Victor Borge        +81 3 55218330                           between developed and developing countries.
thUrsday,           israel                                   adapting to arid Climate Conditions - Updated researCh and
10 deCember         Ms. Ronnie Cohen Ginat                   development praCtiCes from israel
18:15—19:45         ronyg@sviva.gov.il                       Israel is renowned for expertise in afforestation and efficient wastewater
Dan Turell          +972 2 6553769                           reuse. Presentations will be given by experts on sequestration of CO by
                                                                                                                                     ²
                                                             forests in arid lands; afforestation practices under arid conditions; and
                                                             technologies for efficient reuse of effluents where water is in short supply.
thUrsday,           mali                                     Climate Change and sUstainable land management (gestion
10 deCember         Mr. Konate Mama                          dUrable des terres, gdt)
18:15—19:45         konatmama29@gmail.com                    Sustainable land management as a strategy of adaptation to climate change.
Niels Bohr          +61 200 2232020515                       New round of tehcnology needs assessments in the framework of Art. 4.5
                                                             of the UNFCCC and design of standardized baseline.
thUrsday,           international teleCommUniCation Union    the effeCtive Use of iCts and the ip system for mitigating Climate
10 deCember         (itU), world intelleCtUal property       Change
18:15—19:45         organization (wipo)                      ITU-WIPO side event on the effective use of ICTs and the IP system for
Liva Weel           Ms. Maria Cristina Bueti                 mitigating climate change will discuss how ICTs can help to tackle climate
                    climate@itu.int                          change and will debate over the potential role and impact of the intellectual
                    +4122730589                              property (IP) system in promoting the development of new technologies.
thUrsday,           danish Chamber of Commerse**             the serviCe seCtor as a vital part of fUtUre Climate solUtions
10 deCember         Ms. Mette Vadstrup                       Representing a major part of OECD value creation, the service sector is
18:15—19:45         mva@danskerhverv.dk                      vital in creating and deploying sustainable business solutions. This event
Saxo Grammaticus    +45 41 25 01 15                          will engage service sector representatives in the challenges and benefits of
                                                             innovative CO reduction, green IT, sustainable design, and global trends.
                                                                             ²
thUrsday,           seCretariat of the United nations        energy effiCienCy Under the Cdm: lessons learned, opportUnities
10 deCember         framework Convention on Climate          and Challenges
18:15—19:45         Change (UnfCCC)                          Panel discussion comprising members of CDM Executive Board and its
Halfdan Rasmussen   Mr. Massamba Thioye                      working groups/panels and project participants pioneering implementation
                    MThioye@unfccc.int                       of demand side energy efficiency projects. The discussions will focus on
                    +49 228 8151554                          the progress made and challenges ahead.
thUrsday,           belarUs                                  why Can not belarUs assUme more stringent post-kyoto target
10 deCember         Mr. Alexandre Grebenkov                  or what did oUr side events argUe for?
20:00—21:30         rv_irina@mail.ru                         Total investment in GHG emissions abatement arrives at about 5% of GDP.
Dan Turell          +375 17 2003972                          It includes the state budget support for power generation, energy saving,
                                                             renewable energy and LULUCF sector. The emissions are still tending
                                                             upwards with annual increment of 3%. Ways of overcoming such situation
                                                             are discussed.
thUrsday,           philippines                              adaptation to Climate Change - integration into development
10 deCember         Ms. Linda Mamaradlo                      planning
20:00—21:30         PhCOP15@gmail.com                        Multi-stakeholder involvement and international support for developing
Liva Weel           +632 1107 9262693                        climate change adaptation strategies and mainstreaming adaptation into
                                                             national and local development planning - first experiences and lessons
                                                             learnt from country cases (The Philippines, Tunisia, Peru and Germany).




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time / ROOm         ORganizeR                             titLe / theme
thUrsday,           kenya                                 agriCUltUral mitigation and food seCUrity in afriCa: exploring
10 deCember         Mr. Richard Mwendandu                 reqUirements for aCtion
20:00—21:30         rj_mwendandu@yahoo.com                Agricultural mitigation offers unique, sustainable development and
Niels Bohr          +2542027308                           adaptation benefits. Therefore, Africa urgently needs investment in
                                                          carbon sequestration enhancing agricultural development. Government
                                                          representatives and development partners are sharing experiences and
                                                          outlining a future agenda.
thUrsday,           world energy CoUnCil (weC)            weC global energy poliCy assessment
10 deCember         Ms. Theresa Hedberg                   Energy policies must provide the right investment incentives; stimulus
20:00—21:30         hedberg@worldenergy.org               spending should be used to help prepare a clean energy future while
Saxo Grammaticus    +44 20 77345996                       addressing current short-term issues. It is essential that policies be
                                                          designed to maintain investment momentum.
thUrsday,           asian development bank (adb)          private seCtor solUtions to Climate Change Challenges in asia
10 deCember         Ms. Annie Idanan                      and the paCifiC
20:00—21:30         aidanan@adb.org                       ADB and TERI will co-host a high level roundtable to discuss how best
Halfdan Rasmussen   +63 2 6325779                         the private sector can be engaged to accomplish the goals of a post-2012
                                                          climate change agreement.
thUrsday,           senegal                               CCdare in sUb-saharan afriCa: removing barriers and faCilitating
10 deCember         Mme Madeleine Diouf Sarr              mainstreaming Climate Change adaptation
20:00—21:30         mad1@orange.sn                        The CCDARE Programme provides short-term, targeted and flexible
Victor Borge        +221 77 5524432                       support to developing countries for integration of adaptation into
                                                          development.It is implementing 25 national projects in 10 countries on
                                                          awareness, curriculum development and development of national and
                                                          sectorial adaptation plans.
friday,             Climate allianCe (klima-bündnis)      solUtions for Change: (how) loCal aUthorities are ContribUting
11 deCember         Mr. Andre Muno                        to meet international Climate targets
09:00—10:30         a.muno@climatealliance.org            Local authorities are a main pillar in mitigating climate change. Climate
Niels Bohr          +49 69 71713911                       Alliance presents the results of a new CO inventory system for cities
                                                                                                       ²
                                                          and its results. A specific focus is given to the German National Climate
                                                          Initiative, the new support of the federal administration for the local level.
friday,             bangladesh Centre for advanCed        emerging knowledge and praCtiCes of CommUbity based
11 deCember         stUdies (bCas)                        adaptation (Cba) from developing CoUntries
09:00—10:30         Mr. Atiq Rahman                       The side event will focus on the emerging knowledge and practices of
Liva Weel           info@bcas.net                         CBA from LDCs and developing countries. Based on three international
                    +88 2 8851237                         conferences on CBA, the presentations will cover adaptation approach,
                                                          practices and challenges for mainstreaming adaptation into development,
                                                          poverty reduction and DRR.
friday,             Unep - finanCe initiative (Unep fi)   finanCing the battle - sCaling Up private seCtor investment
11 deCember         Mr. Remco Fischer                     throUgh pUbliC meChanisms
09:00—10:30         remco.fischer@unep.ch                 Coping with climate change will require large amounts of private
Halfdan Rasmussen   +41 22 9178685                        investment. While carbon markets play a role, more is needed: concepts to
                                                          mobilise private through smart public funding are being designed by the
                                                          global investment community. This side event will highlight promising
                                                          ways forward.
friday,             renewable energy and energy           aCCelerating low Carbon energy development: reeep sUCCesses
11 deCember         effiCienCy partnership (reeep),       in soUth/soUth and north/soUth Cooperation
11:00—12:30         soUthsoUthnorth (ssn)                 How do relatively small interventions have a major effect on the uptake of
Niels Bohr          Mr. Vince Reardon                     low carbon energy? In a joint event, SouthSouthNorth (SSN) and REEEP
                    vince.reardon@reeep.org               invite stakeholders from Africa, Latin America, Asia and the Pacific to
                    +43 1 260263674                       share practical lessons in promoting clean development.




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time / ROOm         ORganizeR                                 titLe / theme
friday,             Christian aid (Ca)                        Climate JUstiCe from Copenhagen: sharing the global effort
11 deCember         Mr. Nelson Muffuh                         adeqUately and eqUitably
11:00—12:30         nmuffuh@christian-aid.org                 Our event explores the essential elements of an agreement that effectively
Halfdan Rasmussen   +44 207 5232383                           and fairly shares the effort of addressing the climate crisis in a principled
                                                              manner. Experts, activists, and negotiators will set out the key parameters
                                                              of such an outcome.
friday,             Climate aCtion network aUstralia (Cana)   paCifiC Calling for hUman rights and Climate JUstiCe
11 deCember         Ms. Geraldine Kearney                     A powerful presentation, including traditional song and dance, which will
11:00—12:30         g.woods@cana.net.au                       evoke a conscientious global response to save the national identity, culture,
Liva Weel           +61 2 438465668                           and homelands of the citizens of these small island states.
friday,             green belt movement* (gbm), brighter      livelihoods, forests and Climate with nobel laUreate wangari
11 deCember         green, inC.**                             maathai, gbm and partners
11:00—12:30         Ms. Francesca de Gasparis                 Leading experts discuss forest projects for mitigation and adaptation using
Victor Borge        francesca@greenbeltmovement.org           rights-based approaches. Also addressed: forests, GHGs, agricultural
                    +44 0 7957121668                          expansion and impacts of livestock production. How to measure success as
                                                              intensive unsustainable agriculture practices are expanding?
friday,             international institUte for applied       toward a global Climate deal: an integrated sCienCe and poliCy
11 deCember         systems analysis (iiasa)                  approaCh for real impaCt (iiasa and teri)
13:00—14:30         Ms. Susan Riley                           We present short and mid-term emissions reduction targets consistent with
Niels Bohr          riley@iiasa.ac.at                         avoiding dangerous climate change; how to achieve significant, equitable
                    +43 2236 807536                           and verifiable emissions reductions from energy, LULUCF and REDD;
                                                              how to finance mitigation and adaptation efforts and deal with deep
                                                              uncertainties.
friday,             seCretariat of the Convention on          ConneCting biodiversity and Climate Change mitigation and
11 deCember         biologiCal diversity (Cbd)                adaptation – report of the seCond ad hoC
13:00—14:30         Ms. Anne-Marie Wilson                     Main themes include: the impacts of climate change on biodiversity,
Victor Borge        consultant.anne-marie.wilson@cbd.int      the role of biodiversity in climate change adaptation, the links between
                    +1 514 2878718                            biodiversity conservation and sustainable use and climate change
                                                              mitigation and ways and means to value biodiversity with regards to
                                                              climate change responses.
friday,             indonesia                                 how to make Joint national-international aCtions on redd works :
11 deCember         Ms. Nur Masripatin                        experienCes from indonesia
13:00—14:30         nurmasripatin@yahoo.co.id                 The government of Indonesia will highlight early experience with
Liva Weel           +62 251 7521058                           REDD. The event will cover the development of national policy,
                                                              monitoring system, demonstration activities implemented in cooperation
                                                              with international partners including the Australian and The German
                                                              Governments, and the TNC.
friday,             global environment faCility (gef)         presentation of the adaptation fUnd handbook and dialogUe with
11 deCember         Mr. Christian Hofer                       the adaptation fUnd board
13:00—14:30         chofer@thegef.org                         Launch of new Adaptation Fund publications followed by a Q&A session
Halfdan Rasmussen   +1 202 4134185                            by the Chair and Vice-chair of the Adaptation Fund Board. This side event
                                                              will present key achievements in the development of the Adaptation Fund
                                                              over the past year and discuss promising steps for the future.
friday,             JoanneUm researCh (Jr), the gold          developing Carbon markets post 2012: new approaChes and
11 deCember         standard foUndation                       institUtional options
14:45—16:15         Mr. Andreas Tuerk                         This side event will examine key issues for the CDM reform (such
Liva Weel           andreas.tuerk@joanneum.at                 monitoring sustainable, development, reaching LDCs and certifying
                    +4331687613                               Programmes of Activities ) and will discuss long term visions and
                                                              institutional options for the global carbon market.




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time / ROOm         ORganizeR                                 titLe / theme
friday,             groUpe energies renoUvelables,            Climate vUlnerabilities and adaptation: himalayas, Urban and
11 deCember         environnement et solidarités (geres),     rUral plains in india and nepal
14:45—16:15         gorakhpUr environmental aCtion            The impacts of climate change for vulnerable communities across
Victor Borge        groUp* (geag)                             Himalayan-Ganga basin have fundamental implications for livelihoods.
                    Mme Raphaele Deau                         This session will bring together the results of research and pilot activities
                    r.deau@geres.eu                           on impacts and adaptation from high altitude cold deserts to urban and
                    +855 12 887449                            rural plains.
friday,             Centre for CommUnity eConomiCs and        bringing agriCUltUre in Climate Change negotiations
11 deCember         development ConsUltants soCiety           Agricultural adaptation and mitigation research, improved land use and
14:45—16:15         (CeCoedeCon)                              natural resources management, improved risk management et cetera
Halfdan Rasmussen   Mr. Sharad Joshi                          demand policy and institutional support at national and multilateral for a.
                    cecoedecon@gmail.com                      Copenhagen talks can be defining moment to put agriculture first on the
                    +91 141 2771488                           negotiation.
friday,             Coordinating body of indigenoUs           redd and the amazon’s forest gUardians: indigenoUs peoples
11 deCember         organizations of the amazon basin         from eCUador, Colombia and bolivia engage
14:45—16:15         (CoiCa)                                   The Coordinating Body for the Indigenous Organizations of the Amazon
Niels Bohr          Mr. Diego Escobar                         Basin (COICA),with the national indigenous organizations, the Forum on
                    diego@coica.org.ec                        Readiness for REDD, and the Woods Hole Research Center held national-
                    +593 23 226744                            level REDD workshops. Participants present outcomes and next steps.
friday,             international food poliCy researCh        synergies between agriCUltUral mitigation and adaptation to
11 deCember         institUte (ifpri)                         Climate Change: east afriCan experienCe
16:30—18:00         Ms. Christina Lakatos                     Adaptive capacity for African farmers is low due to dependence on rainfed
Liva Weel           c.lakatos@cgiar.org                       agriculture and poverty. Policymakers and researchers from Ethiopia
                    +1 202 8625699                            and Kenya will discuss adaptation strategies sought and the potential for
                                                              incorporating mitigation in agriculture into climate negotiations.
friday,             environnement et developpement dU         bUilding sUstainable CommUnity partnerships for adaptation in
11 deCember         tiers-monde (enda-tm)                     afriCa
16:30—18:00         Mr. Jean-Philippe Thomas                  ENDA presents examples of community adaptation to climate change,
Halfdan Rasmussen   enda.jp.thomas@gmail.com                  self-sustaining community organisations and work promoting ownership
                    +221 33 8222496                           and partnership with networks of community organisations, local decision
                                                              makers and researchers. New research and findings - supported by Oxfam
                                                              and Lead francophonie.
friday,             hadley Centre for Climate prediCtion      Climate threats-Climate solUtions: a sCientifiC assessment
11 deCember         and researCh                              The Met Office Hadley Centre has new information on several aspects of
16:30—18:00         Ms. Fiona Carroll                         dangerous climate change, each of which could lead to severe impacts on
Niels Bohr          fiona.carroll@metoffice.gov.uk            human kind. Different approaches to avoiding these changes, including
                    +44 1392 884240                           multi gas emission reduction and geo-engineering, will be discussed.
friday,             Commission des forets d’afriqUe           redd in the Congo basin sUb-region: opportUnities and
11 deCember         Centrale (ComifaC)                        Challenges
16:30—18:00         Mr. Rene Siwe                             The side event presents experiences of REDD initiatives and activities in
Victor Borge        rene.siwe@gaf.de                          the Congo Basin sub-region. The progress made and the challenges in the
                    +49 89 121528856                          assessment of activity data and emission factors, as well as institutional
                                                              arrangements.
friday,             international Center for                  aCCelerating Cooperation and finanCing for Climate teChnology:
11 deCember         environmental teChnology transfer         innovative programs and experienCes
18:15—19:45         (iCett), energy researCh Centre of the    CTI, ECN, NREL, and Ecologic Institute will showcase lessons learned
Niels Bohr          netherlands (eCn), eCologiC - institUte   and opportunities for enhancing international technology cooperation,
                    for international and eUropean            financing, and deployment of low carbon technology in developing
                    environmental poliCy (eCologiC)           countries.
                    Mr. Taiki Kuroda
                    kuroda@icett.or.jp
                    +81 59 3293500




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time / ROOm         ORganizeR                                  titLe / theme
friday,             institUte of development stUdies (ids)     from knowledge to aCtion: knowledge sharing to sUpport
11 deCember         Mr. Thomas Tanner                          implementation of the nairobi work programme
18:15—19:45         t.tanner@ids.ac.uk                         Platforms, portals and networks to share knowledge on vulnerability,
Victor Borge        +44 1273 915766                            impacts and adaptation are emerging globally. Members of the
                                                               implementation, research and international policy communities will discuss
                                                               how knowledge sharing should support a successful implementation of the
                                                               Nairobi Work Programme.
friday,             Center for international forestry          redd in the real world: lessons from global researCh
11 deCember         researCh (Cifor), friedriCh sChiller       As REDD moves from negotiation to implementation, CIFOR and
18:15—19:45         University Jena (fsU Jena)                 GOFC-GOLD will present science-based technical guidance and
Halfdan Rasmussen   Mr. Tim Cronin                             recommendations for carbon measuring and monitoring, financing, rights
                    t.cronin@cgiar.org                         and tenure and other key issues for making REDD efficient, effective and
                    +62 251 8622622                            equitable.
friday,             bhUtan                                     expanding gross national happiness throUgh Cdm proJeCt in
11 deCember         Mr. Yeshey Penjor                          kingdom of bhUtan
18:15—19:45         ypenjor@nec.gov.bt                         This event introduces how CDM can increase Gross National Happiness.
Dan Turell          +975 2 323384                              The planned rural electrification project will benefit the community by
                                                               achieving energy security in rural areas. Climate-friendly project can
                                                               expand Global Happiness and, in turn, National Happiness when CDM is
                                                               applied.
friday,             baltiC and international maritime          Climate Change – ContribUtion by the shipping indUstry in
11 deCember         CoUnCil (bimCo)                            Combating Climate Change
18:15—19:45         Mr. Michael Lund                           The shipping industry is enthusiastic in wishing to respond on
Saxo Grammaticus    mlu@bimco.org                              environmental, political and economic imperatives to continue mitigating
                    +45 23 41 06 65                            its impact on climate changes. ICS and BIMCO will review the current
                                                               situation and future technological solutions including the Green Ship of the
                                                               Future Project.
friday,             taJikistan                                 popUlar report on Climate Change issUes in Central asia
11 deCember         Mr. Viktor Novikov                         Presentation and panel discussion of the main challenges and opportunities
18:15—19:45         vic.novikov@gmail.com                      to address the problem of climate change in Central Asia.
Liva Weel           +992 372 215351
friday,             international tropiCal timber              itto, iUfro and interCooperation event on forests, livelihoods
11 deCember         organization (itto), international Union   and Climate Change
20:00—21:30         of forest researCh organizations           This joint event of three partner organizations focuses on ongoing and
Halfdan Rasmussen   (iUfro), interCooperation (iC)             new activities to promote social, economic and environmental benefits
                    Mr. Eduardo Mansur                         of forests that contribute to sustainable livelihoods in the framework of
                    mansur@itto.or.jp                          climate change mitigation, adaptation and ecosystem restoration.
                    +81 45 2231110
friday,             fraUnhofer institUte for systems and       a poliCy matter: innovation strategies of the power seCtor or
11 deCember         innovation researCh (fraUnhofer isi),      100% renewable energy for Cities
20:00—21:30         hafenCity University hambUrg** (hCU)       How does climate policy contribute to R&D and diffusion of low-carbon
Dan Turell          Ms. Karoline Rogge                         electricity production technologies? What policies are needed for a
                    karoline.rogge@isi.fraunhofer.de           transition to 100% renewable energy for cities? A shared event of
                    +49 721 6809126                            HafenCity University Hamburg, Arup/UN-HABITAT and ETH Zurich/
                                                               Fraunhofer ISI.
friday,             tearfUnd, world vision international*      bUilding Climate resilienCe for the most vUlnerable
11 deCember         (wvi)                                      Climate change responses are essential at local and national levels.
20:00—21:30         Ms. Sara Shaw                              Tearfund and World Vision will demonstrate participatory approaches to
Liva Weel           sara.shaw@tearfund.org                     assess risk, highlight challenges and develop appropriate local adaptation
                    +44 208 9437944                            and mitigation. responses. The risk & adaptation assessment tool CEDRA
                                                               will be explained




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time / ROOm         ORganizeR                                    titLe / theme
friday,             the eUropean organisation for the            satellite observations ContribUting to global earth system
11 deCember         exploitation of meteorologiCal               monitoring
20:00—21:30         satellites (eUmetsat)                        Illustrative CEOS activities on Greenhouse Gases and Forest Carbon
Niels Bohr          Mr. Paul Counet                              Monitoring. The Committee on Earth Observation Satellites (CEOS)
                    paul.counet@eumetsat.int                     presents current satellite activities to meet UNFCCC objectives. CEOS
                    +49 171 9735443                              implements the satellite observing component of the Global Earth
                                                                 Observation System of Systems.
friday,             proJeCt developer forUm ltd.**               realities of Cdm as we enter into the year 2010
11 deCember         (pd-forUm)                                   Representatives from the PD-Forum, DOE Forum and potentially DNA
20:00—21:30         Ms. Alina Averchenkova                       Forum and EB and/or Secretariat will offer practitioner’s perspectives on
Saxo Grammaticus    alina.averchenkova@firstclimate.com          the lessons learnt in the CDM to date and how they apply for the design of
                    +41 44 2982885                               post-2012 framework.
friday,             Commonwealth seCretariat                     the Commonwealth, Climate Change and Cooperation.
11 deCember         Mr. Graham Banton                            Following on from the Commonwealth Heads of Government Meeting in
20:00—21:30         g.banton@commonwealth.int                    November, the event will explore emerging issues and priorities alongside
Victor Borge        +44 207 7476264                              showcasing work undertaken in response to the Lake Victoria Plan of
                                                                 Action on Climate Change.
satUrday,           Carbonfix e.v., the green initiative (tgi)   the fUtUre of forestation proJeCts – what are the benefits if the
12 deCember         Ms. Kate Shippam                             Us standards merge with kyoto?
09:00—10:30         k.shippam@carbonfix.info                     The event presents the results of the ’Comparison of Forest Carbon
Niels Bohr          +49 711 49039902                             Standards 2009’ which compares the most relevant A/R carbon standards.
                                                                 Furthermore, we will look at which standards could potentially merge onto
                                                                 the US compliance market and how this could increase the success of the
                                                                 Kyoto mechanism.
satUrday,           institUt des sCienCes et teChnologies        beyond the finanCial Crisis: regional energy poliCy and global
12 deCember         de paris** (paristeCh)                       Carbon Constraints
09:00—10:30         Mme Nadia Maizi                              The national implications of ParisTech energy and technology scenarios
Victor Borge        nadia.maizi@mines-paristech.fr               for meeting global and regional 2050 mitigation targets will be discussed
                    +427 6904 3349715707                         by experts from Brazil, Egypt, France, Germany, India, Jordan, Lebanon,
                                                                 Tunisia considering the current financial crisis.
satUrday,           lUnd University                              Carbon CaptUre and storage (CCs). new researCh direCtions on
12 deCember         Ms. Karin Backstrand                         politiCs, promises and pitfalls of CCs
09:00—10:30         karin.backstrand@svet.lu.se                  What are the policy challenges, risks and benefits of deploying CCS as a
Liva Weel           +46 46 2224763                               climate mitigation option? A global consortium of researchers funded by
                                                                 the Swedish Foundation for Strategic Environmental Research presents
                                                                 key results that provide an independent scientific assessment of the politics
                                                                 of CCS.
satUrday,           gaia assoCiation** (gaia)                    the Climate and health benefits of Cleaner fUels and Cooking
12 deCember         Mr. Milkyas Debebe                           stoves in developing CoUntries.
09:00—10:30         milkyasd@gmail.com                           This event reviews the climate and health impacts of black carbon
Halfdan Rasmussen   +25 1 911618043                              emissions due to household cooking with biomass. Experts from
                                                                 Gaia(Ethiopia), WHO, TERI (India), and Stockholm University (Sweden)
                                                                 will show the significant potential for climate and health benefits through
                                                                 cleaner fuels and stoves.
satUrday,           international CoUnCil for sCienCe (iCsU)     sCienCe, soCiety, and adaptation
12 deCember         Ms. Rohini Rao                               Adaptation to climate change requires new policies and new science to
11:00—12:30         rohini@icsu.org                              support them. IGBP and IHDP together with ICSU, ISSC, and the UNU
Halfdan Rasmussen   +33 1 45250329                               present new insights regarding food security, land use, sea level rise, and
                                                                 ocean acidification at this side event.




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time / ROOm         ORganizeR                                  titLe / theme
satUrday,           women’s international leagUe               false promises of nUClear energy
12 deCember         for peaCe and freedom** (wilpf),           WILPF, WECF, WISE, IFG, Ecodefense, Sortir du nucleaire, NIRS,
11:00—12:30         environmental institUte of mUniCh**        Greenpeace and the Environmental Institute of Munich are collaborating
Liva Weel           Ms. Susi Snyder                            on unmasking the true face of nuclear energy and present a proposal,
                    susi.snyder@wilpf.ch                       supported by citizens from all over the world, for a nuclear-free post-Kyoto
                    +41 22 9197080                             regime.
satUrday,           international bioChar initiative** (ibi)   bioChar: Climate mitigation and adaptation with food and energy
12 deCember         Ms. Debbie Reed                            seCUrity benefits
11:00—12:30         dcdebbiereed@yahoo.com                     IBI and UNCCD will discuss emerging issues and current science related
Victor Borge        +1 202 7014298                             to biochar and links to food and energy security in developing countries
                                                               and drylands. Data on water retention, increased crop yields from field
                                                               studies, joint work and projects underway, R&D roadmap in dryland areas.
satUrday,           rainforest aCtion network (ran),           the bUsiness Case for a strong redd
12 deCember         environmental investigation agenCy         Companies whose brands and business rely on sourcing socially and
11:00—12:30         (eia)                                      environmentally responsible forest and agricultural products are seeking
Niels Bohr          Ms. Jennifer Krill                         a credible REDD. This event brings together businesses and NGOs to
                    jenniferkrill@ran.org                      outline requirements for strong REDD and discuss how supply chains can
                    +1 415 3368936                             contribute to it.
satUrday,           eUropean renewable energy CoUnCil          renewable energy - the key solUtion to mitigate Climate Change
12 deCember         (ereC)                                     The proposed side event consists of a high-level discussion panel
13:00—14:30         Ms. Christine Lins                         composed of renewable energy industry representatives highlighting
Niels Bohr          lins@erec.org                              the importance of renewable energy in mitigating climate change and of
                    +3247896219                                proactive policy frameworks.
satUrday,           lieChtenstein                              moUntains of the world: addressing Climate Change throUgh
12 deCember         Mr. Douglas McGuire                        sUstainable moUntain development
13:00—14:30         douglas.mcguire@fao.org                    Understanding the impact of climate change on mountain regions of the
Liva Weel           +39 6 57053275                             world, raising awareness and political commitment, exploring the potential
                                                               for adaptation and developing specific strategies, programmes and projects
                                                               for enhanced understanding and adaptation.
satUrday,           the energy and resoUrCes institUte         right to sUstainable development: an ethiCal approaCh to Climate
12 deCember         (teri)                                     Change
13:00—14:30         Mr. Prabhat Upadhyaya                      Asserting that a climate deal is essentially an ethico-political choice and
Halfdan Rasmussen   prabhat@teri.res.in                        the protection of the right to sustainable development is a fundamental
                    +91 11 24682100                            yardstick to judge any agreement, experts from academia and policy
                                                               makers will discuss contentious issues continually stalling progress in
                                                               negotiations.
satUrday,           global environmental institUte (gei)       breaking the sUiCide-paCt: aCtions by Chinese ngos in teChnology
12 deCember         Mr. Douglas Whitehead                      diffUsion
13:00—14:30         douglasfraser.whitehead@gmail.com          Complications in technology transfer are a major obstacle to finding
Victor Borge        +86 10 67083192                            a climate solution. Actionable models that highlight market-based
                                                               approaches are crucial in breaking this deadlock. Case studies from
                                                               Chinese NGOs illustrate ways to achieve a free flow of climate technology
                                                               and information.
satUrday,           aCademy for moUntain environiCs (ame)      people’s voiCes poliCy ChoiCes
12 deCember         Mr. Sreedhar Ramamurthy                    The theme focuses on the testimonies of the marginalised majority from
18:15—19:45         environics@gmail.com                       various eco systems in India: mountainous, coastal, arid, forests and
Victor Borge        +91 11 29531814                            urban as well as sustainable alternatives in energy, agriculture and water
                                                               interfaced with policy concerns at the national and international level.




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time / ROOm         ORganizeR                                titLe / theme
satUrday,           Carbon disClosUre proJeCt (Cdp),         driving low-Carbon investment; Joint event by bCse, Cdp & ghgmi
12 deCember         bUsiness CoUnCil for sUstainable         Private sector companies can provide significant GHG reductions, but need
18:15—19:45         energy (bCse), greenhoUse gas            government-backed mid-term targets, and an enabling infrastructure. Top
Saxo Grammaticus    management institUte (ghgmi)             industry executives will discuss with high-level delegates how to deliver a
                    Ms. Kate Levick                          transformational level of low-carbon private sector investment.
                    kate.levick@cdproject.net
                    +44 207 4157162
satUrday,           eCology Center                           the informal seCtor and green Jobs Creation: wastepiCkers and
12 deCember         Mr. Neil Tangri                          finanCing deCentralized solUtions
18:15—19:45         neil@no-burn.org                         The informal sector contributes greatly to mitigation, and could greatly
Dan Turell          +49 15 206121214                         expand its impact with financial support. But current financial mechanisms
                                                             support large businesses and false solutions such as waste-to-energy.
satUrday,           international livestoCk researCh         livestoCk seCtor evolUtion: trade-offs with food, feed and
12 deCember         institUte** (ilri), national wildlife    biofUels and solUtions to deforestation
18:15—19:45         federation (nwf)                         Livestock provide many services but consume biomass while producing
Liva Weel           Mr. Philip Thornton                      GHGs. We highlight integrated assessment of land-use policies to
                    p.thornton@cgiar.org                     secure mitigation targets for a livestock sector in transition; assess
                    +44 131 6671960                          cattle emissions; and show improved livestock management can abate
                                                             deforestation in Brazil.
satUrday,           world environment Center (weC)           Climate Change and water vUlnerability: strategies for water
12 deCember         Ms. Gwen Davidow                         management and governanCe Challenges
18:15—19:45         gdavidow@wec.org                         The forum would provide insights on climate change-induced water stress
Niels Bohr          +1 202 3121281                           and cross cutting challenges with a view to catalyzing policy responses and
                                                             corporate action towards enhancing adaptive capacity.
satUrday,           forest trends assoCiation (fta),         indigenoUs and CommUnity engagement in redd: experienCes in
12 deCember         fUndaCión amigos de la natUraleza (fan   proJeCt design and mrv
18:15—19:45         bolivia)                                 The Confederation of Indigenous Peoples (CIDOB), FAN Bolivia, Forest
Halfdan Rasmussen   Ms. Rebecca Vonada                       Trends, Google, Jane Goodall Institute and indigenous leaders present
                    rvonada@forest-trends.org                lessons learnt from practical experiences underway.
                    +202 298 3004
satUrday,           international organization for           ensUring the “mrvability” of national aCtions
12 deCember         standardization (iso)                    ISO will review the use of existing international standards and supporting
20:00—21:30         Ms. Kevin Boehmer                        verification systems in exploring how the development of a “climate
Saxo Grammaticus    kevin.boehmer@csa.ca                     management system” standard might be the basis for a new international
                    +1 416 7474080                           MRV framework.
satUrday,           inUit CirCUmpolar ConferenCe (iCC)       Using inUit (indigenoUs) traditional knowledge in Climate Change
12 deCember         Ms. Stephanie Meakin                     deCision making
20:00—21:30         smeakin@ripnet.com                       Inuit occupy four countries in the circumpolar Arctic and have developed
Niels Bohr          +11 613 5632642                          unique capacities and knowledge to adapt to change. Inuit as indigenous
                                                             hosts in Denmark wish to share their unique traditional knowledge to
                                                             understand the change and prepare for the challenges and opportunities.
satUrday,           snv netherlands development              ensUring Clean energy for poor hoUseholds with Cdm, volUntary
12 deCember         organisation (snv), praCtiCal aCtion     markets and a post-2012 framework
20:00—21:30         Mr. Jeroen van Bruggen                   CDM has been unable to reduce the dependence of LDC households on
Dan Turell          jvanbruggen@snvworld.org                 traditional biomass resources for energy supply. Experts will discuss
                    +856 21 413290                           lessons learnt in Asia and Africa and how CDM and other markets can
                                                             promote large up scaling of appropriate options. In partnership with
                                                             Practical Action.




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time / ROOm         ORganizeR                               titLe / theme
satUrday,           max-planCk institUt                     managed organiC soils: new data on ghg-exChange for national
12 deCember         Ms. Annette Freibauer                   reporting and Cost-effiCient mitigation
20:00—21:30         annette.freibauer@vti.bund.de           Managed organic soils are key sources of CO . A systematic survey of
                                                                                                         ²
Victor Borge        +49 531 5962634                         GHGs from organic soils and implications for mitigation are shown. GHG
                                                            mitigation costs for case studies in Germany proved to be lower than
                                                            bioenergy options. New projects will allow GIS based reporting on organic
                                                            soils in Germany.
satUrday,           network of regional governments for     sUbnational governments from developed and developing
12 deCember         sUstainable development (nrg4sd), the   CoUntries Collaborate for a low Carbon eConomy
20:00—21:30         Climate groUp                           80% of decisions relating to carbon emissions are taken at the regional
Liva Weel           Ms. Rachel Stephens                     level. nrg4SD is embarking on an ambitious partnership to help Southern
                    rachel.stephens2@wales.gsi.gov.uk       Regions develop their own Integrated Territorial Climate Plans. This
                    +44 29 20825885                         exciting programme is starting in 10 regions around the world.
satUrday,           ColUmbia University                     soUth experienCes in Climate-resilient development: brazil, india,
12 deCember         Ms. Kate Brash                          indonesia and soUth afriCa
20:00—21:30         kbrash@ei.columbia.edu                  Highlighting advances in integrating climate risks into development
Halfdan Rasmussen   +212 854 6067                           decisions; Indian Meteorological Department, Indonesian Environment
                                                            Ministry, Brazilian National Institute of Meteorology and others share
                                                            experiences bridging climate, development and opportunities for
                                                            south-south cooperation.
monday,             institUte for Conservation and          regional and amazonian initiatives on Climate Change and redd:
14 deCember         sUstainable development of amazonas     voiCe of latin ameriCa
09:00—10:30         (idesam), fUndaCión para la promoCión   Highlights of ongoing initiatives to address forthcoming challenges and
Niels Bohr          del desarrollo sUstentable ‘fUtUro      opportunities for Latin America involving multi-stakeholder dialogues on
                    latinoameriCano’** (ffla)               a range of critical issues and with a focus on REDD projects and proposals
                    Ms. Mariana Pavan                       to address the theme of forests and climate change in the Amazon region.
                    mn.pavan@idesam.org.br
                    +55 92 36425698
monday,             korea green foUndation (kgf), korean    bUilding asia network for responding to Climate Change
14 deCember         federation for environmental            This event will be composed of three parts of presentation: raising
09:00—10:30         movement (kfem), green korea United     awareness on the vulnerability and adaptation to climate change in Asia,
Liva Weel           Ms. Hyeran Seo                          building a comprehensive Network of governments, the academy and
                    seo.hyeran@gmail.com                    NGOs, suggesting to make a climate change situation room.
                    +82 2 20114345
monday,             researCh Centre for sUstainable         Carbon bUdget for eqUity and sUstainability: an overall
14 deCember         development (rCsd), Chatham hoUse       framework for a global Climate solUtion
09:00—10:30         Ms. Ying Zhang                          Carbon Budget Proposal is developed by China RCSD team to establish a
Halfdan Rasmussen   zyonlinecn@yahoo.com.cn                 global climate regime. It takes account of the quantitative analysis of both
                    +86 10 65258551                         the emission rights and the future emission budget of countries for the
                                                            relevance of international climate framework design.
monday,             CzeCh repUbliC                          bUilding CapaCity for effeCtive pUbliC engagement in Climate
14 deCember         Ms. Eva Adamova                         Change governanCe
10:30—12:30         eva.adamova@mzp.cz                      Organised with the support of UNECE and UNITAR, and linked to
EU Pavilion         +42 0 267122387                         UNFCCC art. 6, Rio Principle 10 and the Aarhus Convention, this
                                                            event will highlight good practices and key challenges in promoting
                                                            transparency, raising public awareness and strengthening public
                                                            engagement in addressing climate change.
monday,             eUro-mediterranean Center for           hot spots. proJeCtions and impaCts of Climate Change in the
14 deCember         Climate Change (CmCC)                   mediterranean and Caribbean areas
11:00—12:30         Mr. Antonio Navarra                     The Euro-Mediterranean Center for Climate Change and Caribbean
Liva Weel           martina.marian@cmcc.it                  Community Climate Change Center present new results on the nature
                    +39 349 6130821                         and mechanisms of climate variability, its impacts and their economic
                                                            consequences in the Mediterranean and Caribbean Areas



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time / ROOm         ORganizeR                              titLe / theme
monday,             Care international (Ci), development   ensUring that international finanCe for adaptation delivers
14 deCember         fUnd**                                 effeCtive programs to vUlnerable people
11:00—12:30         Mr. Poul Erik Lauridsen                The Development Fund Norway, Practical Action and CARE International
Halfdan Rasmussen   pelauridsen@care.dk                    will share experiences on how to identify and target communities
                    +45 27 52 84 54                        most vulnerable to climate change and identify how experiences from
                                                           community based adaptation could be scaled up to national programs.
monday,             world CoUnCil of ChUrChes (wCC),       “renew the faCe of earth”: faith-based approaChes to Climate
14 deCember         Caritas internationalis (Ci)           JUstiCe.
11:00—12:30         Mr. Elias Abramides                    Caritas Internationalis and World Council of Churches bring ethical
Victor Borge        eliasabramides@gmail.com               principles and the voices of faith to the climate change negotiations This
                    +54 11 47950741                        session will examine various faith-based perspectives on policies and
                                                           action promoting climate justice.
monday,             amazon environmental researCh          implementing redd, making redd work on the groUnd
14 deCember         institUte (ipam), the woods hole       IPAM and WHRC present initiatives for fostering REDD Readiness in
11:00—12:30         researCh Center (whrC)                 Brazil and globally, including political and stakeholder planning and
Niels Bohr          Ms. Flavia Gabriela Franca             preparedness, sub-national targets within national plans, information
                    flaviagabriela@ipam.org.br             sharing, Indigenous engagement and progress toward pan-tropical forest
                    +55 61 34682206                        cover and biomass maps.
monday,             international Chamber of CommerCe      teChnology
14 deCember         (iCC)                                  The event will explore the role of business in the development, deployment
13:00—14:30         Mr. Carlos Busquets                    and transfer of low-carbon technologies. It will examine the role of
Liva Weel           Carlos.busquets@iccwbo.org             enabling frameworks and intellectual property rights in enhancing
                    +33149532975                           technolgy cooperation.
monday,             poland                                 implementation of poland’s Climate poliCy in the Context of new
14 deCember         Mr. Jacek Mizak                        global agreement
13:00—14:30         jacek.mizak@mos.gov.pl                 The side event is intended to present the Polish climate change domestic
Victor Borge        +48 22 5792323                         policies and will focus on: - the ways of achieving emission reduction
                                                           target - participation pf public and private sectors in reduction measures
                                                           - the implementation of the Green Investment Scheme concept and other
                                                           innovative mechanisms as an effective tools for further domestic GHG
                                                           reductions.
monday,             denmark, norway                        melting snow and iCe: a Call for aCtion
14 deCember         Mr. Casper Stenger Jensen              Snow, ice and permafrost conditions are globally changing much faster
13:00—14:30         casjen@um.dk                           than anticipated. This will profoundly change living conditions in the
Niels Bohr          +45 33 92 04 55                        Arctic and also living conditions throughout the World. An event with the
                                                           participation of the Danish Foreign Minister Per Stig Møller, Norwegian
                                                           Foreign Minister Jonas Støre, former US Vice President Al Gore and
                                                           Greenland Premier Kuupik Kleist.
monday,             United nations (Un)                    advanCing work on adaptation to Climate Change: a United nations
14 deCember         Mr. Georgios Kostakos                  system perspeCtive
13:00—14:30         kostakos@un.org                        The UN system is committed to assisting countries in adapting to the
Halfdan Rasmussen   +1 646 6421055                         impacts of climate change, while tackling poverty and achieving growth.
                                                           The event will showcase good practices and resources developed by the
                                                           system in key adaptation areas.
monday,             eUropean investment bank (eib)         eib: responding to the Challenges of Climate Change
14 deCember         Mr. Andrea Pinna                       The largest supranational lender, the EIB provides tens of billions of euros
14:45—16:15         a.pinna@eib.org                        yearly for RE, EE, new technologies, adaptation and the carbon markets.
Victor Borge        +352 621 362459                        Using concrete projects in the EU and elsewhere, this event will present
                                                           EIB work on climate change and the different financing tools applied.




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time / ROOm         ORganizeR                               titLe / theme
monday,             genderCC - women for Climate JUstiCe*   lessons learnt from gendered development Cooperation –
14 deCember         (genderCC), life e.v.                   ConClUsions for gender and Climate poliCy
14:45—16:15         Ms. Gotelind Alber                      Development experts will draw conclusions from their organisations‘
Halfdan Rasmussen   g.alber@gendercc.net                    experience and good practice of addressing gender issues. Their
                    +49 30 21982175                         recommendations will be discussed in order to provide input for the
                                                            negotiations, and for adaptation and mitigation actions at national and local
                                                            levels.
monday,             international federation of red Cross   early adaptation aCtions
14 deCember         and red CresCent soCieties (ifrC)       IFRC together with IASC and ISDR system organisations will share
14:45—16:15         Ms. Jette Michelsen                     experiences on how to bridge the gap between climate science early
Liva Weel           jette.michelsen@ifrc.org                warnings and practical early actions in disaster risk reduction and
                    +41 22 7304650                          management approach.
monday,             international federation of             beyond Copenhagen: agriCUltUre and forestry are part of the
14 deCember         agriCUltUral prodUCers (ifap)           solUtion.
14:45—16:15         Ms. Nora Ourabah                        A consortium of the major international organisations and donors will
Niels Bohr          nora.ourabah@ifap.org                   present strategies and actions towards an agricultural adaptation and
                    +33 1 45260553                          mitigation workplan, based on stakeholders’ recommendations and
                                                            previous meetings.
monday,             regional environmental Center for       options for flexibility Under qUantified ghg redUCtion target in
14 deCember         Central and eastern eUrope (reC),       post-2012
16:30—18:00         latvia                                  JI Action Group (JIAG), Government of Latvia, Regional Environmental
Liva Weel           Ms. Zsuzsanna Ivanyi                    Center for CEE present the options of flexible mechanisms for countries
                    zivanyi@rec.org                         with emission reduction targets: GIS, JI, emission trading, domestic
                    +36 20 5532639                          offsets. GIS country profile of Latvia and transition from CDM to JI will
                                                            be considered.
monday,             international network for sUstainable   inforse-weCf: 200 ngos in aCtion in asia and afriCa for
14 deCember         energy (inforse)                        sUstainable energy, proposing simplified Cdm
16:30—18:00         Mr. Gunnar Olesen Boye                  - Development Successes with Sustainable Energy by NGOs from Nepal,
Niels Bohr          ove@inforse.org                         India, Senegal, Uganda, South Africa and from Eastern Europe, Caucasus
                    +45 86 22 70 00                         and Central Asia (EECCA) Region. - Proposal for a simplified CDM for
                                                            smaller scale projects that can help NGOs to achieve more. 10 NGOs’
                                                            presentations.
monday,             organisation internationale de la       de kyoto à CopenhagUe : qUel bilan et qUelles perspeCtives poUr
14 deCember         franCophonie (oif)                      la Coopération franCophone?
16:30—18:00         Mr. Louis-Noel Jail                     Bilan de 12 années d’activités pour la préparation aux négociations des
Halfdan Rasmussen   ln.jail@iepf.org                        pays francophones et leur concertation et aussi pour la mise en œuvre de
                    +1 418 6925727                          projets MDP et d’adaptation dans l’espace francophone. Quelles actions
                                                            mener dans notre espace de solidarité après 2012 ? Témoignages et débat.
monday,             moroCCo                                 national Climate plan
14 deCember         Mr. Nbou Mohamed                        Le Plan Climat Maroc consiste à consigner une stratégie changements
16:30—18:00         nbou@environnement.gov.ma               climatiques qui explicite le positionnement du Maroc par rapport à ce
Victor Borge        +212 6 61347982                         sujet mondial et qui guide les politiques menées. Ledit projet est conçu en
                                                            trois parties : Mesures d’atténuation; Mesures d’adaptation; Mesures de
                                                            gouvernance.
monday,             tUrkey                                  national Climate Change strategy of tUrkey
14 deCember         Mr. Mustafa Sahin                       Turkey, considering her own special circumstances, is continuing to
18:15—19:45         m_sahin4@yahoo.com                      contribute to global action for mitigation of the negative effects of climate
Victor Borge        +90 312 2076519                         change. Turkey’s main policies and measures focus on energy, transport,
                                                            industry, waste, land use change and forestry.




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time / ROOm         ORganizeR                                 titLe / theme
monday,             United nations hUman settlements          Cities, popUlation dynamiCs and Climate Change
14 deCember         programme (Un-habitat), United nations    The role of the local and sub-national level of governance in climate
18:15—19:45         eConomiC Commission for eUrope            change has become increasingly important. The side-event highlights the
Liva Weel           (UneCe)                                   UN approach to support low-carbon and sustainable urban development
                    Ms. Karin Buhren                          as well as the importance of population dynamics to planning for climate
                    karin.buhren@unhabitat.org                change adaptation and mitigation.
                    +254 20 7623191
monday,             world bUsiness CoUnCil for                bUilding on Copenhagen
14 deCember         sUstainable development (wbCsd), pew      A high-level panel of government and business leaders convened by
18:15—19:45         Center on global Climate Change (pew      the Pew Center and the WBCSD will discuss options to build on the
Niels Bohr          Center)                                   Copenhagen outcome toward a full and final post-2012 agreement. Invited
                    Mr. Varun Vats                            speakers include Ministers, Members of the U.S. Congress and CEOs.
                    vats@wbcsd.org
                    +41 22 8393158
monday,             bUsinesseUrope                            a sUCCessfUl international Climate agreement - ContribUtions
14 deCember         Mr. Folker Franz                          and expeCtations from eUropean bUsiness
18:15—19:45         f.franz@businesseurope.eu                 EU business contributions to climate challenge and expectations from
Saxo Grammaticus    +32 2 2376547                             COP-15; focus on technology, market instruments, cities. Speakers: S.
                                                              Dimas, Environment Commissioner; M. Olofsson, Swedish Vice Prime
                                                              Minister; L. Johansson, CEO Volvo; P. de Buck, BUSINESSEUROPE; U.
                                                              Hamilton, Vice Mayor Stockholm.
monday,             netherlands                               readiness and early aCtion
14 deCember         Ms. Babette Graber                        Early action is crucial to tackle climate change. Good plans and finance
18:15—19:45         babette.graber@minvrom.nl                 are needed. This side event presents a pilot study on road-testing and
Dan Turell          +31 70 3392405                            methodology development for low carbon strategies (ECN) and a study on
                                                              estimated costs (UNEP/Project catalyst.
monday,             United nations (Un)                       United nations CoUntry level sUpport
14 deCember         Mr. Muriel Obon                           This side event is organized by the UNDG Task Team on Environmental
18:15—19:45         muriel.obon@undg.org                      Sustainability and Climate Change (TT-ES-CC) and aims to provide
Halfdan Rasmussen   +1 212 9065167                            information on United Nations development system’s operational activities
                                                              at the country level related to climate change.
monday,             assoCiation of soUtheast asian nations    addressing Climate Change throUgh rehabilitation and
14 deCember         (asean), global environment Centre        sUstainable Use of peatland forests in asean
20:00—21:30         (geC)                                     South East Asia is vulnerable to climate impacts and has significant
Halfdan Rasmussen   Ms. Riena Prasiddha                       LULUCF emissions. The event will showcase the ASEAN Peatland
                    riena@asean.org                           Management Strategy 2006-2020 implemented by countries and actions
                    +62 21 7243372                            to rehabilitate peatlands to address climate change and land degradation
                                                              supported by IFAD-GEF.
monday,             viet nam                                  response to Climate Change in vietnam
14 deCember         Department of International Cooperation   This event focuses on the forerunner climate change policies, strategies
20:00—21:30         Ministry of Natural Resources and         and actions by Vietnam, including adaptation and mitigation measures
Liva Weel           Environment                               with firm scientific background and pressing community needs, which
                    icd-monre@monre.gov.vn                    undoubtedly will be valuable takenaway messages for participants.
                    +84 4 38358424
monday,             wwf (wwf)                                 life begins at 40
14 deCember         Mr. Martin Hiller                         At the COP15 launch of WWF’s Scientists Statement, prominent scientists
20:00—21:30         mhiller@wwfint.org                        will explain why industrialized countries must reduce their emissions by
Niels Bohr          +41 79 3472256                            40% from 1990 levels by 2020 and why the science behind this demand
                                                              is solid.




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time / ROOm         ORganizeR                                titLe / theme
monday,             miCronesia (fed. states of)              redUCing the threat of abrUpt Climate Change by phasing down
14 deCember         Ms. Alex Viets                           hfCs Under the montreal protoCol
20:00—21:30         aviets@igsd.org                          Without action, HFCs could represent up to 45% of CO emissions in 2050
                                                                                                                     ²
Victor Borge        +1 202 3381300                           and threaten to cancel out cuts in CO . The ozone treaty has the capacity
                                                                                                  ²
                                                             and expertise to successfully phase down production and consumption of
                                                             HFCs quickly and cost-effectively, which is necessary to avoid a climate
                                                             crisis.
monday,             bUrkina faso                             defis des Changements ClimatiqUes aU bUrkina faso
14 deCember         Mr. Bobodo Blaise Sawadogo               Impacts des chagements climatique et mesures d’adaptation au Burkina
20:00—21:30         bbobodo@yahoo.fr                         Faso.
Dan Turell          +226 50 313166
monday,             assoCiation des ConstrUCteUrs            greening transport, redUCing Co² emissions - the road ahead
14 deCember         eUropéens d’aUtomobiles (aCea)           What next? The world’s auto makers (associated in ACEA, US Alliance
20:00—21:30         Mr. Michael Klinkenberg                  and JAMA) jointly put the spotlight on compelling results from field
Saxo Grammaticus    mk@acea.be                               projects that combine technology excellence with collective action from
                    +32 2 7387323                            their industry, the energy sector, governments, drivers and transport
                                                             operators.
monday,             india                                    india
14 deCember         Mr. Rajani Ranjan Rashmi                 India
21:45—23:15         rr.rashmi@nic.in
Victor Borge        +91 11 24362281
tUesday,            erasmUs University rotterdam,            Climate JUstiCe, ethiCs and the Copenhagen agenda: roles of
15 deCember         transnational institUte, University of   institUtions, Civil soCiety and markets
09:00—10:30         California, widener University*          Mary Robinson and other leaders from the public, academic and NGO
Liva Weel           Ms. Gail Whiteman                        sectors will lead a discussion on emerging institutions and processes
                    gwhiteman@rsm.nl                         for applying equity and human rights to guide the long-term vision and
                    +31 10 4081515                           decision-making on mitigation, adaptation, REDD, carbon markets and
                                                             technology transfer.
tUesday,            ivl swedish environmental researCh       Climate JUstiCe and sUstainable development: intensifying the
15 deCember         institUte ltd., aCtion for a global      dialogUe between eU, india and China
09:00—10:30         Climate CommUnity (agCC)                 A case for a climate community - north and south - able to lead the
Halfdan Rasmussen   Ms. Charlotte Nilsson                    world in tackling climate destabilisation within the context of economic
                    charlotte.nilsson@ivl.se                 development will be presented. It includes opportunities and critical
                    +46 8 59856310                           elements for increasing the engagement of China and India in climate
                                                             policy development.
tUesday,            assoCiation eUropéene des                eUrope’s sCienCe Centres and mUseUms Commit to aCtion on
15 deCember         expositions sCientifiqUe teChniqUes et   Climate Change
09:00—10:30         indUstrielles** (eCsite), world oCean    Science centres and museums play a crucial role in public engagement on
Niels Bohr          network** (won), international Coastal   climate change. At the COP15, Ecsite invites researchers, policymakers,
                    and oCean organization* (iCo)            and civil society to discuss the challenges in engaging citizens on climate
                    Mr. Michael Creek                        change issues, and establishing real dialogue with the public.
                    mcreek@ecsite.eu
                    +3226497383
tUesday,            plan international (plan),               Child-Centred Climate Change adaptation: applying lessons from
15 deCember         ryerson University*                      disaster risk redUCtion
09:00—10:30         Mr. Daniel Walden                        The world’s children are already playing an important role in reducing
Victor Borge        daniel.walden@plan-international.org     disaster risk and ensuring effective climate adaptation. It is their future.
                    +44 207 4829777                          Children in a Changing Climate coalition (Save the Children, UNICEF,
                                                             Plan International, IDS) discuss lessons from child-centred disaster risk
                                                             reduction.




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time / ROOm         ORganizeR                                  titLe / theme
tUesday,            international transport forUm (itf),       maJor transport emission redUCtions: what is possible? at what
15 deCember         institUtion for transport poliCy           Cost?
10:45—12:15         stUdies (itps)                             Facing economy-wide GHG cuts of up to 80% by 2050, we review
Niels Bohr          Mr. Philippe Crist                         evidence on what is possible for transport, what is feasible and how much
                    philippe.crist@oecd.org                    is it likely to cost. Must we travel less? Must we travel better? Who acts?
                    +33 1 45249447                             Who pays? Are we losing opportunities to cut transport GHG emissions at
                                                               low cost?
tUesday,            world resoUrCes institUte (wri)            the best laid plans - tUrning ideas into aCtion on mitigation,
15 deCember         Ms. Raquel Gonzalez                        adaptation and finanCe.
10:45—12:15         rgonzalez@wri.org                          The climate agreement will prompt countries to produce plans for
Liva Weel           +1 202 7297847                             mitigation, adaptation, technology and forests. This event will explore
                                                               opportunities for implementing these transformative ideas.
tUesday,            oxfam international (oi)                   oxfam international Climate hearing at Copenhagen
15 deCember         Mr. Bert Maerten                           Oxfam organized hundreds of climate hearings (www.climatehearings.
10:45—12:15         bmaerten@oxfam.org.uk                      org). The COP hearing will be the culmination of this effort. The hearing
Halfdan Rasmussen   +66 80 2104873                             will include climate witnesses from around the world and moral voices.
                                                               Desmond Tutu and Mary Robinson are confirmed.
tUesday,            inter-ameriCan development bank (idb)      moving forward in latin ameriCa: best praCtiCes for renewables,
15 deCember         Ms. Norma Rivera                           effiCienCy, and Climate finanCing
10:45—12:15         normar@iadb.org                            Looking beyond Copenhagen: What are best approaches and what have
Victor Borge        +1 202 6231356                             Latin American and Caribbean countries learned from recent investments
                                                               in biofuels, renewable energy, and efficiency? How can finance be
                                                               leveraged and scaled-up? Experts from the IDB, governments and private
                                                               sector analyze examples.
tUesday,            norway                                     state-of-the-art-report: melting iCe.
15 deCember         Mr. Harold Nordgaard                       Melting Ice is a report commissioned by Al Gore and Norwegian Minister
13:00—14:30         harold.nordgaard@md.dep.no                 of Foreign Affairs, Mr Jonas Gahr Støre, on the status of and future
Halfdan Rasmussen   +0 47 92870070                             scenarios for the melting of ice in affected areas of the World. At this
                                                               side-event you can meet the scientists behind the report and hear them
                                                               present main findings and conclusions.
tUesday,            international laboUr organization (ilo),   addressing soCial ConseqUenCes of Climate Change: impaCts on
15 deCember         world health organization (who),           employment, health and gender
13:00—14:30         United nations development fUnd for        The event will explore the climate change impacts on employment, as
Victor Borge        women (Unifem)                             a driver of creation of green jobs and a cause for job losses, on health
                    Ms. Ana Belen Sanchez                      -around 150,000 deaths per year occur in low-income countries due to
                    sanchezab@ilo.org                          climate change- and gender –women are often the first and most impacted
                    +34 66 7449090                             by climate change.
tUesday,            world bank, United nations                 finanCing Climate aCtion in developing CoUntries: a United nations
15 deCember         development programme (Undp)               system perspeCtive
13:00—14:30         Mr. Jarl Krausing                          The unprecedented scale for urgent finance calls for coherent and
Niels Bohr          jkrausing@worldbank.org                    complementary approaches by United Nations agencies in responding to
                    +1 202 4589326                             adaptation and mitigation needs based on country driven processes. The
                                                               side-event will share examples of joint efforts in scaling up access to such
                                                               finance.
tUesday,            mexiCo                                     a developing CoUntry´s ContribUtion to Climate Change: mexiCo
15 deCember         Ms. Alejandra Lopez                        As part of its commitment to the international effort to climate change,
13:00—14:30         alejandral@sre.gob.mx                      Mexico will present its progress on several areas including its Special
Liva Weel           +52 55 3686510072                          Climate Change Program, its Fourth National Communication, the
                                                               outcomes of its Economics of Climate Chnage Report, among other things.
tUesday,            the Climate registry (tCr)                 beyond Cap and trade: sUbnational leadership-sooner. stronger.
15 deCember         Ms. Robyn Camp                             US Governors, Canadian Premiers and other subnational leaders possess
16:30—17:30         robyn@theclimateregistry.org               effective policy tools to reduce emissions - through cap & trade, smart
Victor Borge        +1 213 8916931                             growth, transportation policy, local standards and laws, and more. These
                                                               local thinkers share the actions that make them true global leaders.

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tUesday,            slovenia                                   institUtional set-Up of redd and the involvement of the private
15 deCember         Mr. Andrej Kranjc                          seCtor
18:00—20:00         andrej.kranjc@gov.si                       The side-event will address questions related to the current barriers to the
EU Pavilion         +3864061807                                participation of the private sector in a future REDD scheme and present
                                                               some ideas of how these can be removed as well as what the institutional
                                                               set-up for the REDD under the UNFCCC framework could look like.
tUesday,            Carbon markets and investors               what the private seCtor needs from Copenhagen to enable
15 deCember         assoCiation (Cmia)                         finanCe to flow to low-Carbon teChnology
20:00—21:30         Ms. Alexandra Galin                        ”Show me the money” beyond the rhetoric of financing sources. What
Saxo Grammaticus    alexandra.galin@cmia.net                   does the private sector need? How do we secure and maximize investment
                    +1 202 2942262                             flows? A panel of experts will discuss how to build investor confidence
                                                               in carbon markets to ensure that ”capital expected” becomes ”capital
                                                               delivered”.
tUesday,            United arab emirates                       meet irena: renewable energy - oUr ChanCe to mitigate Climate
15 deCember         Mr. Thani Al Zeyoudi                       Change
20:00—21:30         talzayoudi@masdar.ae                       IRENA and REN21, together with the IEA, the IEA RETD, and EREC /
Halfdan Rasmussen   +971 2 6530030                             Greenpeace, will present the leading renewable energy scenarios to show
                                                               how renewables can help meet CO reduction targets and secure affordable
                                                                                                  ²
                                                               energy supply.
tUesday,            iUCn - international Union for             biodiversity in troUble: ways forward in a Changing Climate
15 deCember         Conservation of natUre                     Severe ecosystem declines are predicted due to climate change and damage
20:00—21:30         Ms. Ninni Ikkala                           is already clearly apparent in coral reefs, polar and high altitude habitats
Niels Bohr          ninni.ikkala@iucn.org                      and for a wide range of species. This side event highlights recent scientific
                    +41 22 9990106                             findings and explores possible conservation solutions.
tUesday,            haiti, Cote d’ivoire                       the Caribbean biologiCal Corridor: a Case for mitigation and
15 deCember         Mr. Yves Jamont Junior Duplan              adaptation to Climate Change
20:00—21:30         yves.jamont.junior.duplan@undp.org         Cuba, Haiti and Dominican Republic have signed an agreement creating
Liva Weel           +0 0 5093760457                            the first Caribbean biological corridor. The event will focus on how the
                                                               Corridor contributes in building sustainable livelihoods through mitigation
                                                               and adaptation measures to climate change.
tUesday,            armenia                                    CUtting the Carbon knot: raising pUbliC awareness for ghg
15 deCember         Ms. Nune Hovhannisyan                      emission CUts throUgh pollUtant registers
20:00—21:30         nuneoganesyan@rambler.ru                   Organized by Armenia in cooperation with the International PRTR
Victor Borge        +374 10 585349                             Coordinating Group (UNECE, UNEP, UNITAR, OECD & REC), this
                                                               event looks at how countries can use pollutant release and transfer registers
                                                               to raise public awareness about major sources of GHGs to promote
                                                               emission reductions.
tUesday,            United nations environment programme       first steps towards a low-Carbon United nations
15 deCember         environment management groUp (Unep/        Following the call by the Secretary-General to safeguard our planet and
20:00—21:30         emg)                                       climate, first steps have been taken to manage the greenhouse gas impact
Dan Turell          Mr. Aniket Ghai                            arising from the United Nations’s operations. This event will review
                    aniket.ghai@unep.ch                        progress made in a selection of the diverse array of institutions that make
                    +41 79 2059831                             up the UN system.
wednesday,          helio international (helio), fUndaCión     energy aCCess and poverty alleviation: redUCing vUlnerabilities
16 deCember         bariloChe (fb)                             and inCreasing resilienCe
09:00—10:30         Ms. Laura Williamson                       Regional perspectives from Africa, Latin America and the EU. Climate
Niels Bohr          laura.williamson@helio-international.org   impacts on food, health and energy and its effect on poverty will be
                    +33 1 42245148                             presented. The role of governance, leadership and strategies for improving
                                                               resilience will be discussed. Hosted by HELIO International and
                                                               Foundacion Bariloche.




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wednesday,          german marshall fUnd of the United         global Carbon market design: transparenCy, integrity and
16 deCember         states (gmf), dUke University              ComplianCe with international trading rUles
09:00—10:30         Ms. Kristin Luber                          The financial crisis and debate over border tariffs in U.S. and EU climate
Halfdan Rasmussen   kluber@gmfus.org                           legislation have raised concerns about carbon market transparency,
                    +1 202 6832636                             oversight and compatibility with international trade rules. GMF and Duke
                                                               University will convene a panel of Members of Congress, EU leaders, and
                                                               market and WTO experts.
wednesday,          eUropean nUClear soCiety (ens),            meeting yoUng eUropean engineers (ens-ygn) in an open
16 deCember         world nUClear assoCiation (wna)            disCUssion aboUt nUClear and sUstainability
09:00—10:30         Mr. Edouard Hourcade                       Presenting and offering an open discussion containing more facts and
Liva Weel           edouard.hourcade@euronuclear.org           less ideology about nuclear and CO , waste management, safety and
                                                                                                   ²
                    +3316908596                                security. We’ll provide a platform for an interactive quizz-based debate.
                                                               Stereotypical oppositions will be pictured by cartoons and discussed with
                                                               the audience.
wednesday,          ClUb of madrid, United nations             global leadership for Climate aCtion (glCa) event on finanCing
16 deCember         foUndation (Unf)                           Climate aCtion
11:00—12:30         Sra. Luciana Silvestri                     Global Leadership for Climate Action (GLCA): A Partnership of the
Halfdan Rasmussen   lsilvestri@clubmadrid.org                  United Nations Foundation and the Club of Madrid presents innovative
                    +34 91 1548249                             proposals to help finance global climate action.
wednesday,          forest stewardship CoUnCil (fsC),          redUCing emissions from forest degradation: fsC Certified
16 deCember         rainforest allianCe (ra)                   management (with gUatemala Case stUdy)
11:00—12:30         Mr. Stefan Salvador                        Forest degradation represents ~20% of forest-based emissions. FSC,
Niels Bohr          s.salvador@fsc.org                         Rainforest Alliance and the Guatemalan government explore forest
                    +49 228 3676624                            conservation and improved forest management as viable REDD strategies
                                                               and FSC certification as a way to address environmental and social
                                                               concerns of such activities.
wednesday,          CorporaCión andina de fomento (Caf)        low Carbon Urban massive transport: a driver for a sUstainable
16 deCember         Ms. Maria Carolina Torres                  and Competitive latin ameriCan
11:00—12:30         mctorres@caf.com                           A review of the evolution of lower emissions, urban mass transport
Liva Weel           +58 212 2092147                            systems in Latin America, and its impact in the quality of life of citizens;
                                                               The development up to 2012 and perspectives for a post-Kyoto mechanism
                                                               to treat GHG emissions in transport.
wednesday,          United nations eConomiC Commissions        regional initiatives and strategies in sUpport of CoUntry efforts
16 deCember         for afriCa (eCa), for eUrope (eCe), for    on Climate Change
11:00—12:30         latin ameriCa and the Caribbean (eClaC),   Regional perspectives and efforts to meet climate change challenges, incl.:
Victor Borge        eConomiC and soCial Commissions for        adequate and accessible information services; private-public partnerships
                    asia and the paCifiC (esCap) and for       on energy efficiency; assessing economic impacts of climate change;
                    western asia (esCwa)                       low-carbon development pathways and; sustainable management of natural
                    Mr. Amr Nour                               resources.
                    nour@un.org
                    +1 212 9635565
wednesday,          United nations indUstrial development      international Cooperation on teChnology transfer - time for
16 deCember         organization (Unido), United nations       aCtion
13:00—14:30         – department of eConomiCs and soCial       Low-carbon technologies are central to meeting the challenges, and
Niels Bohr          affairs (Un-desa), United nations          taking advantage of the opportunities, posed by climate change. This
                    ConferenCe on trade and development        UN-coordinated side event will focus on actions and programmes related
                    (UnCtad)                                   to technology transfer, with a specific focus on international cooperation.
                    Ms. Morgan Bazilian
                    m.bazilian@unido.org
                    +43 69 914593880




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wednesday,          Colombia                                 Colombia: one step ahead on mitigation and adaptation
16 deCember         Sra. Paola Bernal                        To show-case the experience gained in Colombia through a number of
13:00—14:30         paola.bernal@cancilleria.gov.co          adaptation and mitigation projects, and sharing of experiences, lessons
Liva Weel           +57 1 3814124                            learned and future challenges facing the adaptation and mitigation of
                                                             climate change in Colombia.
wednesday,          iCeland                                  women as agents of Change
16 deCember         Ms. Nina Bjork Jonsdottir                Discussion on the question women´s role as agents of change. They are
13:00—14:30         nina@mfa.is                              equal stakeholders in terms of policy planning, decision-making and
Halfdan Rasmussen   +0 354 5459946                           implementation. To enable them to be equal actors, it is important that
                                                             women have access to the relevant information, technology and training.
wednesday,          germany                                  innovative finanCing meChanisms - the german international
16 deCember         Mr. Lars Andersen                        Climate initiative
13:00—14:30         lars.andersen@bmu.bund.de                The German International Climate Initiative has been the first program
Victor Borge        +4930183052                              to use revenues from the auctioning of emission certificates in financing
                                                             climate measures in developing countries. We present our experiences and
                                                             explore the future of such mechanisms in an international climate financing
                                                             regime
wednesday,          iClei - loCal governments for            loCal government Climate roadmap - “from bali to poznan to
16 deCember         sUstainability (iClei)                   Copenhagen”
14:45—16:15         Mr. Yunus Arikan                         This side event aims to present the Local Government Climate Roadmap,
Niels Bohr          yunus.arikan@iclei.org                   together with positions, opinions and demands from local government to
                    +49 228 97629920                         national government in view of the post-2012 global climate agreement.
                                                             Organised by ICLEI in collaboration with the LG Roadmap global
                                                             partners.
wednesday,          international organization for           Climate adaptation ContinUUm, migration and displaCement -
16 deCember         migration (iom), United nations          Copenhagen and beyond
14:45—16:15         University (UnU), United nations high    Heads of Agencies and delegates discuss state-of-the-art understanding
Liva Weel           Commissioner for refUgees (UnhCr)        of climate adaptation, migration and displacement and related challenges
                    Ms. Alina Narusova                       in policy, research & practice, ways to address them and the role of the
                    anarusova@iom.int                        UNFCCC framework. Together with NRC, the RSG on the HR of IDPs
                    +41 22 7179295                           and other IASC partners.
wednesday,          soUthern afriCan development             the role of regional inter-governmental bodies in Climate
16 deCember         CommUnity (sadC)                         Change: the soUthern afriCan experienCe
14:45—16:15         Mr. Alex Miston Banda                    Responding to the threat of climate change, the Southern African
Victor Borge        abanda@sadc.int                          Development Community is initiating regional responses on issues such
                    +267 0 72939726                          as REDD and CDM, whilst also enhancing regional cooperation in climate
                                                             change policy development. This event will review SADC’s work in these
                                                             crucial areas.
wednesday,          denmark                                  seas: the fUtUre - enhanCing north atlantiC and global
16 deCember         Ms. Kate Sanderson                       partnerships in a Changing Climate
14:45—16:15         kates@mfa.fo                             Organized by the Government of the Faroe Islands in cooperation
Halfdan Rasmussen   +298 2 96137                             with Indonesia and Norway to highlight the particular challenges
                                                             and opportunities facing island and coastal nations when it comes
                                                             to meaningful mitigation measures, adaptation and technological
                                                             development in a changing climate.
wednesday,          eUropean photovoltaiC indUstry           seizing solar power: key to redUCing Co² emissions now
16 deCember         assoCiation (epia), allianCe for rUral   Solar industry organizations from around the globe present new global
16:30—18:00         eleCtrifiCation (are), solar energy      figures, analyses and business scenarios on the role that this booming
Niels Bohr          indUstries assoCiation** (seia)          renewable technology can, and will, play in combating climate change.
                    Mr. Benjamin Fontaine
                    b.fontaine@epia.org
                    +3224001043




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wednesday,          green Cross international (gCi)              how to re-Calibrate oUr responses to Climate Change
16 deCember         Ms. Michelle Laug                            Challenges
16:30—18:00         michelle.laug@gci.ch                         Building on work of the Club of Rome, Club of Madrid and World
Liva Weel           +41 79 7138779                               Political Forum and presented on behalf of GCI by world opinion leaders
                                                                 to urge govt’s to reach a strong climate deal, re-calibrate responses in line
                                                                 with dangers to human security and development while promoting the
                                                                 engagement of civil society.
wednesday,          U.s. Climate aCtion network (UsCan)          the road to the U.s. Clean energy eConomy
16 deCember         Mr. Mathew Todaro                            The US Climate Action Network would like to host a side event
16:30—18:00         mtodaro@climatenetwork.org                   showcasing the important efforts a cross-section of US groups are currently
Victor Borge        +202 0 4459009                               undertaking to advance the American clean energy economy.
wednesday,          friends of the earth international           aChieving Climate JUstiCe: redUCing emissions and bUilding
16 deCember         (foei)                                       resilienCe withoUt false solUtions
16:30—18:00         Ms. Stephanie Long                           Industrialized countries must lead immediate and steep emissions
Halfdan Rasmussen   stephanie.long@foe.org.au                    reductions without resorting to unjust false solutions. We present case-
                    +61 414 136461                               studies on how emission targets can be met, and why false solutions such
                                                                 as offsetting, ccs and agrofuels are dangerous distractions to achieving
                                                                 climate justice.
wednesday,          mUniCh Climate insUranCe initiative (mCii)   insUranCe and adaptation (mCii with iri, Undp, iiasa, and oxfam)
16 deCember         Ms. Koko Warner                              Experts give examples of how insurance approaches help vulnerable
18:15—19:45         warner@ehs.unu.edu                           countries and people adapt and reduce risk. Delegates and experts discuss
Saxo Grammaticus    +49 228 8150226                              ways to build risk reduction and non-profit insurance entities. Experts
                                                                 look at alternatives for moving from the negotiating text to action between
                                                                 2009 – 2012.
wednesday,          international institUte for sUstainable      addressing Clean energy and Climate Change aCtion in north
16 deCember         development (iisd)                           ameriCa: a Coordinated approaCh
18:15—19:45         Ms. Jo-Ellen Parry                           IISD and the Pembina Institute explore ways of strengthening North
Liva Weel           jparry@iisd.ca                               American collaboration on clean energy and climate change. Invited
                    +1 204 9587722                               experts will examine policy actions in the United States, Canada and
                                                                 Mexico, and prospects for a coordinated approach to address climate
                                                                 change in North America.
wednesday,          gUyana                                       gUyana’s low Carbon development strategy
16 deCember         Ms. Gitanjali Chandarpal                     A workable model that demonstrates how highly forested countries with
18:15—19:45         gitanjalic81@yahoo.com                       low deforestation rates can develop along a low carbon path.
Victor Borge        +592 223 5231
wednesday,          eCUador, perU                                eCUador and perU towards their national redd strategies
16 deCember         Ms. Daniela Carrion                          Forest resources, megadiversity and communities place Ecuador and
18:15—19:45         dcarrion@ambiente.gov.ec                     Peru in an excellent position to deliver positive results from REDD. The
Halfdan Rasmussen   +593 2 563816                                two countries are taking firm steps towards implementing their REDD
                                                                 Strategies. The event will present the progresses and challenges that are
                                                                 faced on the path to REDD.
wednesday,          ethiopia                                     CommUnity based rehabilitation of degraded land: an effeCtive
16 deCember         Mr. Tewolde Berhan Gebre Egziabher           response to Climate Change in ethiopia
18:15—19:45         haile1606@hotmail.com                        Ethiopia in collaboration with partners is implementing land rehabilitation
Dan Turell          +251 11 64664606                             projects, eg. MERET Managing Env. Resources to Enable Transition with
                                                                 WFP. The presentation focuses on how local communities manage fragile
                                                                 ecosystems and build sustainable livelihoods capable to adapt to climate
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wednesday,          United nations (Un)                      the United nations system delivering as one on Climate Change
16 deCember         Mr. Georgios Kostakos                    This event will provide an overview of United Nations system capacities
18:15—19:45         kostakos@un.org                          and confirm the system’s commitment at the highest level to further assist
Consult CCTV        +1 646 6421055                           Parties to UNFCCC in planning and implementing measures to address
                                                             climate change in adaptation, capacity building, technology transfer,
                                                             REDD and other areas.
wednesday,          afriCan development bank (afdb)          bUilding Climate resilienCe in afriCa’s development: the role of
16 deCember         Mr. Al - Hamndou Dorsouma                the afriCan development bank
20:00—21:30         a.dorsouma@afdb.org                      AFDB presents the Climate Risk Management and Adaptation Strategy,
Halfdan Rasmussen   +216 71 103304                           and Clean Energy Framework. The strategy calls for pipeline screening,
                                                             focus on clean technology, and capacity building. Recent best practices in
                                                             assisting Africa to address climatic impacts will be presented.
wednesday,          zambia                                   zambia: demonstrating the potential and CrUCial reform needs
16 deCember         Mr. Ephraim Mwepya Shitima               of the Cdm for poverty redUCtion in lea
20:00—21:30         mwepyashitima@yahoo.co.uk                Based on a study on planned rural electrification in Zambia, we endeavour
Liva Weel           +26 211 229417                           to explain how sales revenue from Certified Emissions Reduction (CERs)
                                                             can dramatically improve livelihoods of the rural population and how
                                                             methodological issues are constraining development of CDM in LDCs.
wednesday,          resoUrCes for the fUtUre (rff)           U.s. partiCipation in a post-2012 global agreement
16 deCember         Mr. Ray Kopp                             US domestic action to limit GHGs is imminent. This panel discussion will
20:00—21:30         kopp@rff.org                             focus on the substantive role the US will play in a future global regime.
Niels Bohr          +1 202 3285059                           Panelists include, past head of US UNFCCC delegation, CEO’s of major
                                                             US environmental NGOs, CEOs of US corporate sector, and foreign policy
                                                             scholars.
wednesday,          repUbliC of korea                        getting into shape for green growth: korea’s Case
16 deCember         Ms. Jinyoung Kim                         Korea is set to combat climate change through green growth. This event
20:00—21:30         kjinyn@korea.kr                          explores best practice in green growth policies and introduces the East
Dan Turell          +82 2 7352539                            Asia Climate Partnership and its progress, while highlighting Korea’s case
                                                             in building global partnership in transformational technologies such as
                                                             Smartgrid.
wednesday,          keidanren                                the keidanren (Japan bUsiness federation) workshop: bUsiness
16 deCember         Ms. Chika Mashiko                        views on the post-kyoto international framework
20:00—21:30         mashikoc@keidanren.or.jp                 This event presents Japanese business efforts to tackle climate change and
Saxo Grammaticus    +81 3 67410690                           provides its views, together with these of other major economies, on the
                                                             Post-Kyoto Framework. Panelists will discuss reduction scenarios, mid-
                                                             term targets, sectoral approaches, technology and other relevant issues.
wednesday,          Chile                                    a regional perspeCtive of the eConomiC impaCts of Climate
16 deCember         Mr. Waldemar Coutts                      Change in latin ameriCa and the Caribbean
20:00—21:30         wcoutts@minrel.gov.cl                    Presentation of a summary of climate change impacts on the main sectors
Victor Borge        +56 2 3801403                            from a regional perspective in Latin America and the Caribbean. These
                                                             Stern-type studies include water, agro-forestry and energy sectors among
                                                             others.
wednesday,          gUinea-bissaU                            bUilding networks within the prCm region to improve Climate
16 deCember         Mr. Alexandre Cabral                     Change governanCe in west afriCa
21:45—23:15         alexcabral65@hotmail.com                 To ”maintain in good condition” the marine and coastal environment, the
Victor Borge        +0 245 6614499                           PRCM is committed to improve the climate governance, through programs
                                                             that promote and encourages the involvement of decision makers and civil
                                                             society actors, supported in this by a technical and scientific expertise.
thUrsday,           Climate institUte (aUstralia) limited,   bali to Copenhagen via Canberra: aUstralia’s domestiC and
17 deCember         aUstralian national University (anU),    international Climate poliCies
09:00—10:30         University of new soUth wales            The last two years have seen the climate change policy landscape in
Halfdan Rasmussen   Mr. William McGoldrick                   Australia transformed. In this session, leading policy analysts and decision
                    wmcgoldrick@climateinstitute.org.au      makers from government, NGOs, the business sector and academia will
                    +61 2 415043696                          provide an update and assess the prospects for the post-2012 period.

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thUrsday,           University of stUttgart, Climatenet      from Urban regions to the CoUntryside - Climate poliCy options
17 deCember         Ms. Maike Sippel                         for low Carbon Cities and rUral areas
09:00—10:30         maike.sippel@ier.uni-stuttgart.de        First, researchers and practitioners discuss challenges and options for
Niels Bohr          +49 711 68587815                         cities and their climate policy-making. Second, CDM and agricultural
                                                             specialists discuss how to mainstream the low-cost GHG mitigation
                                                             potential of agricultural projects in the CDM. By University of Stuttgart
                                                             and Climatenet
thUrsday,           national assoCiation of forest           lUlUCf, sUstainable forest management and treatment of
17 deCember         indUstries (nafi)                        forestry in emissions trading sChemes
09:00—10:30         Ms. Lisa Marty                           What will post-Kyoto rules for land use, land-use change and forestry
Liva Weel           lmarty@vafi.org.au                       mean for forest management and forestry? How will the rules affect
                    +61 3 96119003                           the treatment of forestry in emissions trading schemes? What are the
                                                             implications for forest industries, communities and the environment?
thUrsday,           eConexUs, a seed eUrope                  agriCUltUre and Climate Change: a CritiCal analysis of proposed
10 deCember         Ms. Helena Paul                          solUtions
09:00—10:30         h.paul@econexus.info                     Presentations will assess proposed solutions: biochar, GM crops,
Liva Weel           +44 207 4314357                          intensified livestock production, soils in carbon trading, through to
                                                             agro-ecological farming systems based on enhancing beneficial biological
                                                             interactions, maximising biodiversity and building on farmer knowledge.
thUrsday,           Centre for international sUstainable     developing sUstainable and eqUitable legal frameworks for the
17 deCember         development law (Cisdl), international   global low-Carbon eConomy
11:00—12:30         development law organization (idlo),     Leading international jurists discuss legal frameworks for climate finance
Liva Weel           University of toronto**                  focusing on the needs of the most vulnerable and based on experiences
                    Mr. Sebastien Jodoin                     worldwide. Hosted by CISDL and IDLO, with Toronto, Sydney, McGill,
                    sjodoin@cisdl.org                        Cambridge, NYU, Chile and Capetown Law faculties, ILA and the
                    +514 398 8918                            Government of Quebec.
thUrsday,           worldwatCh institUte                     mitigating Climate Change with renewable energy, effiCienCy, and
17 deCember         Ms. Amanda Chiu                          a Copenhagen agreement
11:00—12:30         achiu@worldwatch.org                     IPCC authors and other experts discuss how renewables and efficiency in
Victor Borge        +202 20852 4521999                       concert can reduce emissions at modest cost in the near-term and how the
                                                             Copenhagen agreement can accelerate transition to a low-carbon economy.
                                                             Co-hosts: Worldwatch Institute, GEI, TERI, Germanwatch, and Heinrich
                                                             Böll Fdtn N. Am.
thUrsday,           sierra ClUb                              bUilding ConsensUs for strong U.s. Climate poliCies
17 deCember         Mr. Fred Heutte                          Led by principals of Blue Green Alliance partners and U.S. Senator
11:00—12:30         phred@sunlightdata.com                   Sherrod Brown, this panel will cover policy priorities as well as organizing
Halfdan Rasmussen   +503 757 6222                            strategies for building a robust blue-green movement in North America, in
                                                             support of good jobs, a clean environment and a green economy.
thUrsday,           world health organization (who)          the world health organization - proteCting health from Climate
17 deCember         Ms. Ravini Senanayake                    Change
13:00—14:30         senanayaker@who.int                      Highlighting the human health dimensions of climate change, and to
Victor Borge        +0 22 7912339                            propose adaptation and mitigation policies in order to protect and enhance
                                                             human health and well-being.
thUrsday,           United nations environment programme     green eConomy: implementing a new Climate deal
17 deCember         (Unep), international laboUr             Economic paths to prosperity, decent employment, and poverty reduction
13:00—14:30         organization (ilo)                       by accelerated investment in climate change mitigation and adaptation.
Halfdan Rasmussen   Mr. Kaveh Zahedi
                    kaveh.zahedi@unep.org
                    +33 6 82221155
thUrsday,           United states of ameriCa                 presentation from the delegation of the United states of ameriCa
17 deCember         Mr. Mars Hanna                           on a U.s. vision for a Copenhagen agreement
13:00—14:30         HannaSM@state.gov                        Delegates from the United States of America will discuss their vision for a
Niels Bohr          +1 202 6476741                           Copenhagen agreed outcome.


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time / ROOm         ORganizeR                                    titLe / theme
thUrsday,           United nations development programme         investing in women’s leadership for Climate solUtions
17 deCember         (Undp)                                       Climate change finance mechanisms are gender-blind, despite evidence
13:00—14:30         Ms. Hannie Meesters                          of the community and environmental benefits associated with women’s
Liva Weel           meesters@undp.org                            access to finance. GGCA, Denmark, Finland, and other cosponsors feature
                    +1 347 4465908                               high-level speakers and launch new research and initiatives on gender and
                                                                 climate finance.
thUrsday,           global wind energy CoUnCil (gweC)            wind power, Carbon markets, namas and mitigation
17 deCember         Mr. Stephen Sawyer                           GWEC and partners will highlight the opportunities provided through
14:45—16:15         steve.sawyer@gwec.net                        deployment of wind power under a post-2012 climate regime: for
Niels Bohr          +3 2 4001029                                 mitigation, adaptation, economic development, energy security and
                                                                 employment.
thUrsday,           third generation environmentalism            delivering Climate seCUrity: international Coordination aroUnd
17 deCember         (e3g), institUte for environmental           seCUrity threats from Climate Change
14:45—16:15         seCUrity (ies)                               A presentation on security threats by leading national security voices from
Liva Weel           Ms. Meera Shah                               key countries highlighting the relationship between security concerns and
                    meera.shah@e3g.org                           UNFCCC policies on adaptation and mitigation. The presentation will
                    +44 207 2349880                              be followed by a round table with members of the U.S. Congressional
                                                                 delegation.
thUrsday,           John heinz iii Center for sCienCe,           strategies for a staged fUll inClUsion of terrestrial Carbon
17 deCember         eConomiCs and the environment*,              The World Agroforestry Centre (ICRAF) and the Terrestrial Carbon
14:45—16:15         international Centre for researCh in         Group present progress and strategies for resolving scientific, institutional
Halfdan Rasmussen   agroforestry (iCraf)                         and economic challenges to a staged full inclusion of terrestrial carbon
                    Ms. Amber Childress                          in accounting for GHG mitigation, starting with forest emissions and
                    childress@heinzctr.org                       sequestration.
                    +1 202 5524712
thUrsday,           arCtiC athabaskan CoUnCil (aaC)              CariboU, people and resilienCy in arCtiC north ameriCa: with a
17 deCember         Ms. Cindy Dickson                            presentation by mr. al gore
14:45—16:15         cindy.dickson@cyfn.net                       Barren-ground caribou are declining. Is this due to natural cycles, climate
Victor Borge        +1 867 3939214                               change, or both? Dr. Robert Watson chairs this session featuring aboriginal
                                                                 hunters and elders, and scientists. This event will focus on caribou, climate
                                                                 change, community resilience and adaptation.
thUrsday,           University of oxford, environmental          heading to 4C: impliCations and ways oUt
17 deCember         Change institUte (eCi), University of east   Cumulative emissions show that the 2°C target will require a complete
16:30—18:00         anglia (Uea)                                 reversal in global emissions trends. We report on the impact and adaptation
Halfdan Rasmussen   Ms. Heike Schroeder                          consequences of a global change above 4°C, and explore the options for
                    heike.schroeder@ouce.ox.ac.uk                avoiding this magnitude of climate change.
                    +44 1865 275894
thUrsday,           spain                                        world energy oUtlook 2009
17 deCember         Mr. Juan Jose Sanchez Dominguez              The Spanish Government is hosting a side event in which the IEA will
16:30—18:00         buzon-oecc@mma.es                            present a region-by-region roadmap, drawn from the WEO 2009, of how
Victor Borge        +34 91 5976055                               the energy sector could transform in order to deliver on a Copenhagen
                                                                 agreement and what the necessary investments to reach a 450 scenario
                                                                 will be.
thUrsday,           international federation of organiC          bio-seqUestration vs. geo-seqUestration (CCs) - organiC
17 deCember         agriCUltUre movements (ifoam), world         solUtions to Climate Change and food seCUrity
16:30—18:00         fUtUre CoUnCil (wfC)                         The World Future Council and IFOAM emphasize bio solutions over
Liva Weel           Mr. Robert Jordan                            high tech, unproven CCS. Taken together, regenerative organic farming,
                    r.jordan@ifoam.org                           agro-forestry and forest protection are cost effective and easily adoptable
                    +49 228 9265019                              solutions for safeguarding our climate, local communities, food supply and
                                                                 ecosystems.




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time / ROOm         ORganizeR                                titLe / theme
thUrsday,           stoCkholm environment institUte (sei),   an eConomiCs for Climate Change, or a Change of Climate for
17 deCember         german advisory CoUnCil on global        eConomiCs?
16:30—18:00         Change (wbgU)                            We are at the intersection of a global downturn and dangerous climate
Niels Bohr          Ms. Clarisse Kehler Siebert              change. A common vocabulary for fair financing and novel development
                    clarisse.kehler.siebert@sei.se           is imperative. With research on EU energy scenarios, low carbon China
                    +46 73 7078601                           and adaptation financing, SEI and NERI bring new perspectives on climate
                                                             economics.
thUrsday,           eUropean bUsiness CoUnCil for            Climate JUstiCe in a post-kyoto world - options for a fair global
17 deCember         sUstainable energy (e5), mUniCh re       poliCy and eCo-innovation
18:15—19:45         foUndation** (mrf)                       MISEREOR, Munich Re Foundation and the Potsdam Institute for Climate
Dan Turell          Ms. Gudrun Merkle                        Impact Research present a global energy path for a feasible climate change
                    gudrun.merkle@e5.org                     policy to fight poverty. e5 adds models for alternative benefits to stimulate
                    +49 711 12252829                         technology cooperation when conventional acquisition of gain is not an
                                                             option.
thUrsday,           international trade Union                trade Unions for a safe and fair Climate: ensUring a JUst
17 deCember         Confederation (itUC)                     transition for all
18:15—19:45         Ms. Anabella Rosemberg                   A just transition towards a low carbon economy is possible, and can
Niels Bohr          anabella.rosemberg@ituc-csi.org          make climate action a driver for sustainable economic growth and social
                    +33 1 55373735                           progress. We need to transform the economy; trade unions therefore ask for
                                                             a process aimed at transforming every economic sector into a sustainable
                                                             one.
thUrsday,           organisation for eConomiC Co-            how Can we bUild a soUnd eConomiC foUndation for the post-2012
17 deCember         operation and development (oeCd)         international Climate framework?
18:15—19:45         Mme Patricia Nilsson                     A sound economic footing is essential for a cost-effective and ambitious
Halfdan Rasmussen   patricia.nilsson@oecd.org                post-2012 climate agreement. Ministers and senior OECD officials will
                    +33 1 45249871                           discuss how to minimise the costs of action, how to generate the necessary
                                                             financing and investment flows, and the incentives for ambitious action
                                                             by all.
thUrsday,           federation of indian Chambers of         next generation Carbon market in india: role of teChnology and
17 deCember         CommerCe and indUstry (fiCCi)            finanCe
18:15—19:45         Ms. Rita Roy Choudhury                   The side event will highlight the evolution of carbon market in India to
Saxo Grammaticus    rita@ficci.com                           the next generation level in the context of scaling up CDM through both
                    +91 11 23738760                          project and program based activities, and the role of technology and
                                                             finance in scaling up GHG reduction projects in India.
thUrsday,           italy                                    Climate neUtral Cities
17 deCember         Ms. Laura Calamaro                       The event features the launching of video on climate neutral cities and
18:15—19:45         calamaro.laura@minambiente.it            plans and programs for reducing emissions in urban areas, including on
Victor Borge        +39 6 57228130                           transport, housing, urban forests and financing. Invited speakers from the
                                                             Italian Ministry, UNECE and other organizations.
thUrsday,           seCretariat of the United nations        Climate finanCe: Challenges and opportUnities for developing
17 deCember         framework Convention on Climate          CoUntries
18:15—19:45         Change (UnfCCC)                          The event will present the results of the financing needs assessments
Liva Weel           Mr. Sudhir Sharma                        conducted by 11 countries. The presentation will also include lessons
                    SSharma@unfccc.int                       learned relating to financial and policy instruments available to countries
                    +49 228 8151621                          and institutional arrangements to support the implementation of adaptation
                                                             and mitigation activities.
thUrsday,           Center for international Climate and     Climate Change is already happening in vUlnerable soCieties in
17 deCember         environmental researCh (CiCero)          the arCtiC and in many island states
20:00—21:30         Ms. Jorunn Gran                          Coastal communities in the Arctic and in Small Island Developing States
Niels Bohr          jorunn.gran@cicero.uio.no                have common challenges in the face of climate change. The event will
                    +0 47 22858750                           focus on present and future climate change, consequences already noticed
                                                             and adaptation needed due to ice melt in the north and sea level rise in the
                                                             south.



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time / ROOm         ORganizeR                                titLe / theme
thUrsday,           international emissions trading          improving and expanding the flexmex toolbox: improving the old
17 deCember         assoCiation (ieta)                       and bringing in the new
20:00—21:30         Mr. Edwin Aalders                        This year, IETA has been working to develop more advanced proposals
Saxo Grammaticus    aalders@ieta.org                         for reform of the existing flexible mechanisms. In this event, IETA will
                    +41 22 7370500                           discuss concerns about NAMAs and sectoral crediting mechanisms
                                                             (SCM), explore design options for SCM, and explain why CDM reform is
                                                             still critical.
thUrsday,           aUstria                                  best praCtiCes for energy-aUtonomoUs mUniCipalities and
17 deCember         Mr. Manfred Kohlbach                     regions - examples from aUstria
20:00—21:30         manfred.kohlbach@lebensministerium.at    This side-event explores some of the best practices and lessons learnt from
Dan Turell          +43 1 515221725                          Austrian municipalities and regions such as the city of Guessing, which is
                                                             now fully energy-autonomous, reducing its greenhouse gas emissions by
                                                             over 90 percent from previous levels.
thUrsday,           Center for international                 from mrv to effeCtive implementation: new approaChes to
17 deCember         environmental law (Ciel)                 ComplianCe
20:00—21:30         Ms. Sofia Plagakis                       Panelists discuss opportunities for Parties and stake holders to ensure
Liva Weel           splagakis@ciel.org                       effective implementation of the Copenhagen outcome.
                    +1 202 7425830
thUrsday,           federation of german indUstries (bdi)    teChniCal innovations for Climate proteCtion
17 deCember         Mr. Ulrich Hoffrichter                   Business needs a strong agreement and a strong agreement needs business.
20:00—21:30         u.hoffrichter@bdi.eu                     BDI Initiative ’Business for Climate Protection’ invites you to a discussion
Halfdan Rasmussen   +49 30 20281604                          about how business contributes to meeting the climate goals. The CEOs of
                                                             BDI, Siemens, BASF, Daimler and ThyssenKrupp meet NGO and science
                                                             experts.
thUrsday,           nordiC CoUnCil of ministers (nCmr)       towards a green fUtUre - nordiC energy and Climate solUtions
17 deCember         Ms. Janne Marijke de Jong                The Nordic countries play an important role in meeting global climate
20:00—21:30         jajo@norden.org                          challenges. The side-event, organized by the Nordic Council of Ministers,
Victor Borge        +0 45 29692929                           will focus on the role of Nordic energy and climate solutions, a highly
                                                             prioritized area for Nordic co-operation as stated by the Nordic Prime
                                                             Ministers.
friday,             aCtionaid international                  Climate-affeCted CommUnities strUggle for Climate JUstiCe
18 deCember         Ms. Ilana Solomon                        Community representatives from Bangladesh, Vietnam and Malawi will
13:00-14:30         ilana.solomon@actionaid.org              talk about how they are adapting to climate change and their wider struggle
Halfdan Rasmussen   +202 222 5004                            for their climate rights.
friday,             Centre for international governanCe      sCienCe, researCh and international governanCe of
18 deCember         innovation** (Cigi), the royal soCiety   geoengineering
09:00—10:30         Mr. Jason Blackstock                     Geoengineering is receiving increased attention as climate concerns mount.
Halfdan Rasmussen   jjb@iiasa.ac.at                          This event will review the science of geoengineering—highlighting that
                    +617 401 8232                            it is no alternative to emission reductions—identify research needs and
                                                             possible future utility, and explore international governance implications.
friday,             swiss assoCiation for environmentally    next level of the Cdm: how Can pUbliC private partnerships
18 deCember         ConsCioUs management (ÖbU)               enable programmes of aCtivities?
09:00—10:30         Mr. Christoph Sutter                     Presentations of pioneering Programmes of Activities (PoAs). Formulation
Liva Weel           c.sutter@southpolecarbon.com             of regulatory suggestions to make CDM PoAs a success. In cooperation
                    +41 44 6337870                           with African, Indian and Indonesian agencies.
friday,             brown University - watson institUte,     making better Carbon markets: environmental integrity and
18 deCember         environmental defense fUnd (edf)         partiCipant perspeCtives
09:00—10:30         Mr. Nathan Hultman                       Will emerging carbon markets be structured and linked in ways that ensure
Niels Bohr          nathan.hultman@gmail.com                 real reductions? Will participants view them as fair & efficient? Top
                    +1 301 4053429                           government, business, academic, & NGO leaders from diverse countries
                                                             propose new C market structures to assist entry by developing and
                                                             emerging economies.




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time / ROOm         ORganizeR                                 titLe / theme
friday,             University of delaware, Center for        plaCe-based deCarbonization strategies: post-kyoto agriCUltUre
18 deCember         energy and environmental poliCy (Ceep),   and metropolitan development
11:00—12:30         institUte for agriCUltUre and trade       An agenda to decarbonize food production and urban settlement in contrast
Niels Bohr          poliCy* (iatp)                            to existing approaches which only change the emissions chemistry of
                    Mr. John Byrne                            technologies. Top-down commodity-based schemes such as cap and trade
                    jbbyrne@udel.edu                          are contrasted with place-based bottom-up strategies to harness
                    +302 831 8405                             community action.
friday,             international planned parenthood          popUlation and Climate Change vUlnerability (with popUlation
18 deCember         federation** (ippe), popUlation aCtion    aCtion international)
11:00—12:30         international* (pai)                      Efforts to strengthen coping capacity and resilience of most vulnerable
Halfdan Rasmussen   Ms. Rachel Lander                         populations are likely to be impacted by rapid population growth and other
                    rlander@ippf.org                          population dynamics. Can we reduce vulnerability and support adaptation
                    +44 20 79398224                           by making comprehensive contraceptive services available to all who want
                                                              them?
friday,             eUropean patent offiCe** (epo)            title: stUdy on patents and environmentally soUnd
18 deCember         Ms. Sabine Lunau                          teChnologies(ests)
11:00—12:30         slunau@epo.org                            UNEP, the European Patent Office and the International Centre for Trade
Liva Weel           +31 703 404822                            and Sustainable Development prepare a study about the role of patents
                                                              in relation with environmentally sound technologies. The study aims to
                                                              produce a patent landscape in the area of energy generation and licensing
                                                              practices.
friday,             University of gothenbUrg (gU),            the importanCe of stUdent Collaborations and edUCation for sd
18 deCember         CorporaCión grUpo tayrona**               in a fUnCtional global framework on CC
11:00—12:30         Mr. Carl Kamp                             The WSCSD and The Corporación Grupo Tayrona will promote CC-
Victor Borge        carl.kamp@chalmers.se                     related projects from students from 55 countries and discuss the necessity
                    +46 31 7723034                            for stakeholder support both for student projects and for the improvement
                                                              of education for SD by bringing together international leaders to share
                                                              potential solutions.
friday,             world travel and toUrism CoUnCil**        addressing the Challenges of Climate Change: perspeCtives from
18 deCember         (wttC), United nations world toUrism      the travel and toUrism seCtor
13:00—14:30         organization (Unwto)                      This side event hosted by World Travel an Tourism Council and World
Niels Bohr          Ms. Eva Aimable                           Tourism Organization (UNWTO) will present the steps taken so far in
                    eva.aimable@wttc.org                      response to the Bali Roadmap and Action Plan while addressing mitigation
                    +44 20 74818007                           and adaptation strategies within the Travel and Tourism sector.
friday,             the innovation Center for energy and      panel disCUssion: the China energy and Climate registry -- www.
18 deCember         transportation** (iCet)                   ChinaClimateregistry.org
13:00—14:30         Ms. Lucia Green-Weiskel                   This panel will discuss GHG reduction mechanisms in China, specifically
Liva Weel           LuciaGW@icet.org.cn                       building GHG registries and the need for more transparency in the context
                    +1 917 2878297                            of China’s business community. The goal of the ECR is to produce reliable,
                                                              consistent and verifiable information on energy consumption and GHG
                                                              emissions.
friday,             switzerland                               implementing the bali aCtion plan: Challenges and ChanCes
18 deCember         Mr. Jose Romero                           The side event intends to focus on the challenges that arise when the Bali
13:00—14:30         jose.romero@bafu.admin.ch                 Action Plan will be implemented, but also on the chances. Finance will be
Victor Borge        +41 31 3226862                            a key element both for Mitigation and Adaptation, although of different
                                                              nature. Sectors shall also be considered.


                                                              *, ** Provisionally admitted observer organizations in time for SB 30 and
                                                              COP15 respectively, pending final decision at COP15.




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“…inSide
climate change”
solUtions
The “…inSide climate change” Solutions is an             ◊ For more information, or to request an interview,
exciting new initiative whereby selected Parties and       please contact:
observer organizations will have the opportunity
to be interviewed at the central walk-through               Ms. Sharon Taylor
area by a professional journalist on their actions,         Tel: +45 50 77 36 33
solutions, and/or observations on climate change. All       STaylor@unfccc.int
interviews will be filmed, edited and broadcast on
RTTC Climate Change TV, the world’s first Internet
broadcaster dedicated entirely to climate change
issues (www.climate-change.tv). Interviews will be
catalogued in a fully searchable database alongside       Interview preference will be given to those observer
other interviews with world leaders, expert observers,    organizations that did not obtain a side event slot at
decision makers and activists in the international        COP15, but others are invited to apply. Once your
climate change debate.                                    application is accepted, the content of your interview will
                                                          be discussed and there will be time to meet briefly with
                                                          the journalist to fine-tune the interview before shooting.
◊ Location:
  Central Hall E – lounge and walk-through area

The latest schedule for side events and “…inSide
climate change” Solutions can be viewed on the
UNFCCC website and is also included in the Daily
Programme.




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iSeeT exhibiT
at the Climate
Change kiosk
The 2009 exhibition of the UNFCCC secretariat is        iSeeT at the kiosk will be in operation from
focused on how information and communication            7-18 December from 10 a.m. to 8 p.m. each day.
technologies (ICTs) are helping to increase awareness   Demonstrations take place in 4 thematic areas
and to support concrete action on climate change in     focused on ICTs for decision-making, outreach,
both developing and developed countries.                collaboration and capacity building. Presentations
                                                        will complement the programme both on-site and
The exhibition tells stories about current ICT-         off-site using “TelePresence” technology in a central
related projects undertaken by governments,             area. This exhibition is made possible through
United Nations and other intergovernmental              the support and cooperation of the government of
organizations, nongovernmental organizations            Denmark and its COP15 sponsor, Cisco Systems, Inc.
and media organizations on their own or with
private sector partners. Among the over 100             ◊ Location:
contributing governments, United Nations and NGO          Central Hall E – lounge and walk-through area
institutions and organizations is the International
Telecommunications Union (ITU) that has prepared
a special programme of daily “business talks” by
leaders in the ICT sector from both developing and
developed countries.




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exhibits
The exhibition area at COP15/CMP 5 includes a                      booth showcases striking images and captivating
great variety of more than 200 exhibits from Parties               video clips – submitted to the 2009 CDM photo and
and observer organizations to the Convention. All                  video contest – that illustrate how CDM projects are
exhibits will be located in Hall H and will take place             changing lives for the better.
throughout the conference.
                                                                   Growing Together in a Changing Climate
                                                                   The booth, hosted by the UNFCCC-led United
UnFccc exhibits
                                                                   Nations Joint Initiative on Children, Youth
CDM Changing Lives                                                 and Climate Change, presents a dynamic daily
UNFCCC/CDM photo and video contests 2009: The                      programme of videos and talks and displays recent
Kyoto Protocol’s clean development mechanism is                    publications, educational materials and initiatives
stimulating sustainable development and reducing                   from children, young people, United Nations
GHG emissions in 58 countries. The Changing Lives                  agencies, NGOs and IGOs.


List OF exhibits

ORganizeR                                  stand nO. / time        theme
aCademy for moUntain environiCs (ame)      h-042 C                 The theme focuses marginalised majority from various eco systems in
Mr. Sreedhar Ramamurthy                    Monday, 07 Dec 2009     India: mountainous, coastal, arid, forests and urban as well as sustainable
environics@gmail.com                       Friday, 18 Dec 2009     alternatives in energy, agriculture and water.
+91 11 29531814
allianCe for rUral eleCtrifiCation (are)   h-034 d                 ARE is the only international renewable industry association dealing with
Mr. Simon Rolland                          Saturday, 12 Dec 2009   developing countries and proposing efficient solutions to the problem of
dev.com@ruralelec.org                      Friday, 18 Dec 2009     energy development worldwide. Ambitious in its objectives, ARE wants to
+32 2 4001052                                                      launch new approaches in energy access, climate change and development
                                                                   policies.
assoCiation poUr la promotion de la        h-028 d                 The Association for the Promotion of Research into the Economics of
reCherChe sUr l’eConomie de Carbon         Monday, 07 Dec 2009     Carbon (APREC) is a non-profit association created in 2007 by University
(apreC)                                    Saturday, 12 Dec 2009   Paris-Dauphine and Caisse Des Depots. It supports the development of
Ms. Malika Boumaza                                                 research projects on the economics of climate change.
malika.boumaza@caissedesdepots.fr
+3315850373
aUstralian yoUth Climate Coalition*        h-005 d                 Showcase for young Australian views and youth delegation work.
(ayCC)                                     Monday, 07 Dec 2009     Focus on bold images and impact: results of national youth climate vote
Mr. Josh Wyndham-Kidd                      Saturday, 12 Dec 2009   YouthDecide; Pacific youth views; latest research & policy; gallery of
jwyndhamkidd@gmail.com                                             Australian climate impacts/solutions; daily cartoonists, town crier, 1000s
+61 2 99082050                                                     of youth messages.



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ORganizeR                                 stand nO. / time        theme
avaaz foUndation                          h-002 d                 The Avaaz exhibit will focus on the role played by web 2.0 technologies in
Mr. Ben Wikler                            Monday, 07 Dec 2009     helping to form and build the global climate movement. With the help of
ben@avaaz.org                             Friday, 18 Dec 2009     video and images this exhibit will demonstrate a popular movement with
+1 646 2839132                                                    citizens around the world who support the UNFCCC process and expect
                                                                  results.
bellona foUndation                        h-043 d                 Carbon negative solutions - introducing the Sahara Forest Project.
Mr. Svend Soeyland                        Monday, 07 Dec 2009
svend@bellona.org                         Friday, 18 Dec 2009
+47 0 47487930
birdlife international (bl)               h-016 a                 BirdLife International Partnership display of activities
Mr. John Lanchbery                        Saturday, 12 Dec 2009
john.lanchbery@rspb.org.uk                Friday, 18 Dec 2009
+44 1767 680551
brahma kUmaris world spiritUal            h-044 h                 Combined exhibition: Interfaith Declaration on Climate Change will hold
University** (bkwsU), the energy +        Monday, 07 Dec 2009     a press conference and panel discussion and will collect signatures for the
environment foUndation                    Friday, 18 Dec 2009     Declaration. Brahma Kumaris will explore how thoughts affect matter
Ms. Sonja Ohlsson                                                 and how a shift in consciousness can transform current deteriorating
copenhagen@dk.bkwsu.org                                           conditions.
+45 33 31 04 21
brazilian bUsiness CoUnCil for            h-035 C                 Brazil: Contribution towards a low carbon economy for the word.
sUstainable development (bCsd - brazil)   Saturday, 12 Dec 2009
Ms. Marina Grossi                         Friday, 18 Dec 2009
marina@cebds.org
+55 21 24832250
british CoUnCil                           h-007 C                 The role youth are playing in tackling climate change and influencing their
Mr. Christopher Palmer                    Monday, 07 Dec 2009     communities (political, social and professional).
christopher.palmer@britishcouncil.or.id   Saturday, 12 Dec 2009
+44 207 3894265
Carbon CaptUre and storage                h-037 C                 Carbon Capture and Storage Association Exhibit Stand
assoCiation (CCsa)                        Saturday, 12 Dec 2009
Mr. Luke Warren                           Friday, 18 Dec 2009
luke.warren@ccsassociation.org
+44 7867 748658
Carbon disClosUre proJeCt (Cdp),          h-041 a                 A joint exhibit by the Carbon Markets & Investors Association (CMIA)
Carbon markets and investors              Monday, 07 Dec 2009     and the Carbon Disclosure Project (CDP) illustrating how progressive
assoCiation (Cmia)                        Friday, 18 Dec 2009     private sector companies are taking action on climate change by
Ms. Kate Levick                                                   developing market opportunities.
kate.levick@cdproject.net
+44 207 4157162
Carbonfix e.v.                            h-020 a                 The exhibit of the CarbonFix Standard shows the success that A/R forest
Ms. Kate Shippam                          Monday, 07 Dec 2009     project have in lowering CO concentrations. Through the CarbonFix
                                                                                              ²
k.shippam@carbonfix.info                  Saturday, 12 Dec 2009   Standard, several dozen projects are being implemented worldwide that are
+49 711 49039902                                                  setup sustainably and bring benefits to people, nature and environment.
Care international (Ci)                   h-006 d                 This exhibit will focus on implications of climate change on poor and
Mr. Poul Erik Lauridsen                   Monday, 07 Dec 2009     vulnerable people in developing countries, provide space for their
pelauridsen@care.dk                       Friday, 18 Dec 2009     perspectives and illustrate the role of Danish and international NGOs in
+45 27 52 84 54                                                   promoting sustainable development.
Caribbean CommUnity Climate Change        h-017 i                 Observed and projected impacts of climate Change in the Caribbean based
Centre (CCCCC)                            Monday, 07 Dec 2009     on various scenarios.
Mr. Kenrick Leslie                        Friday, 18 Dec 2009
kleslie1@caribbeanclimate.bz
+501 822 1104



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Center for Clean air PoliCy (CCaP)        H-041 B                 The Center for Clean Air Policy (CCAP) will display information and
Mr. Mark Houdashelt                       Monday, 07 Dec 2009     materials on the key research and recommendations it has developed as
mhoudashelt@ccap.org                      Friday, 18 Dec 2009     related to the post-2012 deal.
+202 350 8581
Center for international Climate and      H-026 B                 Climate change is already happening in vulnerable societies in the Arctic
environmental researCH (CiCero)           Monday, 07 Dec 2009     and in many island states. Our exhibit will visualize climate change in
Ms. Jorunn Gran                           Friday, 18 Dec 2009     the Arctic, and will serve as a meeting point for the Arctic community at
jorunn.gran@cicero.uio.no                                         COP15.
+0 47 22858750
Center for international forestry         H-016 d                 CIFOR advances human wellbeing, environmental conservation and equity
researCH (Cifor), international network   Monday, 07 Dec 2009     by conducting research to inform policies and practices that affect forests
for BamBoo and rattan** (inBar)           Friday, 18 Dec 2009     in developing countries. INBAR is the world’s premiere source of bamboo
Mr. Tim Cronin                                                    and rattan knowledge.
t.cronin@cgiar.org
+62 251 8622622
Centre for Community eConomiCs and        H-017 J                 The Exhibit will bring together info material and publications from a
develoPment Consultants soCiety           Monday, 07 Dec 2009     number of organizations working in India and Asia.
(CeCoedeCon)                              Friday, 18 Dec 2009
Mr. Sharad Joshi
cecoedecon@gmail.com
+91 141 2771488
Centre for international sustainaBle      H-023 B                 The exhibit will feature the CISDL’s recent work on sustainable
develoPment law (Cisdl)                   Saturday, 12 Dec 2009   development law on climate change, in particular its series of legal
Mr. Sebastien Jodoin                      Friday, 18 Dec 2009     working papers on climate technology transfer and financing and the
sjodoin@cisdl.org                                                 forthcoming book “Legal Aspects of Carbon Trading : Kyoto, Copenhagen
+514 398 8918                                                     and Beyond” (OUP, 2009).
CHina                                     H-026 d                 China end use energy efficiency project introduction
Mr. Xin Sheng                             Monday, 07 Dec 2009
hustxin@gmail.com                         Friday, 18 Dec 2009
+86 10 63908959
CHristian aid (Ca)                        H-005 a                 Countdown to Copenhagen: Time for Climate Justice Christian Aid/
Mr. Nelson Muffuh                         Monday, 07 Dec 2009     Aprodev aim to highlight the necessity and parameters for an equitable and
nmuffuh@christian-aid.org                 Friday, 18 Dec 2009     robust response to the climate crisis.
+44 207 5232383
Citizens allianCe for saving tHe          H-038 a                 Study results on mitigation potential for Japan based on an integrated
atmosPHere and tHe eartH (Casa)           Monday, 07 Dec 2009     energy-economy model with econometric top-down and technology-
Ms. Yuri Okubo                            Friday, 18 Dec 2009     oriented bottom-up sub-model will be provided. Policy recommendations
yuriokubo@hotmail.com                                             including on a mid-term reduction target will be distributed.
+41 44 6345090
Clean air foundation (Caf)                H-043 a                 Air pollution influences human health and marine ecosystem. International
Ms. Ljudmilla van der Marel               Saturday, 12 Dec 2009   cooperation and action for saving sea wild life in Curacao.
marel.int@planet.nl                       Friday, 18 Dec 2009
+31 161 412252
Climate aCtion network - euroPe (Can      H-005 C                 Hundreds of CEOs: good for business/the world if industrialized
- euroPe)                                 Monday, 07 Dec 2009     nations by 2020 together reduce their GHG by at least 40 % from 1990
Ms. Emma Lindberg                         Friday, 18 Dec 2009     & substantially strengthen their support for climate investments, in
emma.lindberg@naturskyddsforeningen.se                            addition to aid, in developing countries. Key issues for Copenhagen - a
+46 8 7026593                                                     development perspective.
Climate aCtion network international      H-020 B                 Climate Action Network - International, displaying materials and positions
(Can international)                       Monday, 07 Dec 2009     from 470+ members around the world. And, location of daily Fossil of the
Mr. David Turnbull                        Friday, 18 Dec 2009     Day awards.
dturnbull@climatenetwork.org
+1 202 3163499


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Organizer                                Stand nO. / time        theme
Climate aCtion ReseRve                   H-028 D                 The Climate Action Reserve is the premier carbon offset program in North
Ms. Margaret Bruce                       Saturday, 12 Dec 2009   America and the successor to the California Climate Action Registry. The
margaret@centerforclimateaction.org      Friday, 18 Dec 2009     program is noted for its pioneering role in forest offsets. Its exhibit addresses
+11 213 2131247                                                  high quality offsets and the role they play in the US carbon market.
Climate allianCe (Klima-BünDnis)         H-015 H                 Climate change first has an impact at a local level, where there is most
Mr. Andre Muno                           Monday, 07 Dec 2009     contact with the population and its needs. Creative and innovative
a.muno@climatealliance.org               Friday, 18 Dec 2009     solutions from European local authorities will be presented to provide
+49 69 71713911                                                  inspiration and encourage similar schemes in other municipalities
                                                                 worldwide.
ColomBia                                 H-017 K                 Colombia: Successful experiences in mitigation
Ms. Yadir Salazar                        Monday, 07 Dec 2009
yadir.salazar@cancilleria.gov.co         Friday, 18 Dec 2009
+57 1 3814265
ConféDéRation euRopéenne Des             H-017 H                 Confederation of European Forest Owners is the umbrella organization
pRopRiétaiRes foRestieRs (Cepf)          Saturday, 12 Dec 2009   representing 16 million forests owners. Exhibition offers a setting for the
Ms. Marta Gaworska                       Friday, 18 Dec 2009     immense potential of forests being part and in the heart of the solution
marta.gaworska@cepf-eu.org                                       in mitigating climate change, presenting benefits that SFM provide for
+32 2 2392307                                                    society.
ConfeDeRation of DanisH inDustRy* (Di)   H-029 D                 Bright Green is a modern trend in international environmentalism,
Mr. Nethe Veje Laursen                   Monday, 07 Dec 2009     combining economic growth and sustainable technology. We are now
nevl@di.dk                               Friday, 18 Dec 2009     in a position where we have the opportunity and obligation to begin a
+0 45 33773625                                                   transformation towards a clean economy. Launch of book on climate
                                                                 friendly technology solutions.
ConfeDeRation of euRopean                H-017 g                 Forests, Forest Industries and Forest Products promoting the 4th IPCC
papeR inDustRies (Cepi), euRopean        Monday, 07 Dec 2009     Assessment Report Conclusions.
ConfeDeRation of WooDWoRKing             Friday, 18 Dec 2009
inDustRies (Cei-Bois)
Mr. Marco Mensink
m.mensink@cepi.org
+32 475 769388
ConfeDeRation of inDian inDustRy (Cii)   H-035 B                 Confederation of Indian Industry (CII) will exhibit it’s work with business,
Mr. Sachin Joshi                         Monday, 07 Dec 2009     governments and think-tanks: building a low-carbon economy, green
sachin.joshi@cii.in                      Saturday, 12 Dec 2009   buildings movement in India, energy efficiency, water footprinting,
+91 11 41502312                                                  mitigation potential, forestry, CDM
ConseRvation inteRnational (Ci)          H-008 B                 Conservation International
Ms. Jennifer McCullough                  Saturday, 12 Dec 2009
jmccullough@conservation.org             Friday, 18 Dec 2009
+1 703 3412516
ConsoRtium foR tRaDe anD Development     H-017 D                 Adaptation,Technology Transfer, Financing, Agriculture and Gender.
(CentaD)                                 Saturday, 12 Dec 2009
Mr. Linu Mathew Philip                   Friday, 18 Dec 2009
centad@centad.org
+91 11 41459226
CoopeRation inteRnationale pouR le       H-031 a                 CIDSE and Caritas Internationalis present their international campaign for
Developpement et la soliDaRite (CiDse)   Monday, 07 Dec 2009     Climate Justice - testimonials, policy papers and petition targeted at world
Ms. Grainne Delaney                      Friday, 18 Dec 2009     leaders.
Delaney@cidse.org
+32 2 2333754
CooRDinating BoDy of inDigenous          H-022 a                 The Coordinating Body for the Indigenous Organizations of the Amazon
oRganizations of tHe amazon Basin        Monday, 07 Dec 2009     Basin (COICA) presents the perspective of the Amazon’s Indigenous
(CoiCa)                                  Friday, 18 Dec 2009     Peoples on climate change through activities, updates, and publications.
Mr. Diego Escobar
diego@coica.org.ec
+593 23 226744

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CoUnCil of eUropean energy                h-035 C                 Energy market regulation and climate change
regUlators** (Ceer)                       Monday, 07 Dec 2009
Ms. Ester Tucekova                        Saturday, 12 Dec 2009
ester.tucekova@ceer.eu
+32 2 7887339
danish 92 groUp - forUm for sUstainable   h-006 a                 The Danish 92 Group is a network of 22 environmental and development
development                               Monday, 07 Dec 2009     NGO´s based in Denmark. The exhibit will show written material that
Ms. Dorthe Agger                          Friday, 18 Dec 2009     descrbes the viewpoints and the national and international activities of the
agger@92grp.dk                                                    Danish 92 Group and it’s member organsations.
+45 35 24 50 91
danish Chamber of Commerse**              h-029 a                 The service sector is vital in creating and deploying sustainable business
Ms. Mette Vadstrup                        Monday, 07 Dec 2009     solutions. This exhibit will demonstrate the variety of solutions in the
mva@danskerhverv.dk                       Friday, 18 Dec 2009     service sector including innovative CO reduction, green IT, sustainable
                                                                                                           ²
+0 1216 4541250115                                                design, and global trends.
development fUnd**, eConexUs              h-015 e                 Forced to change, adapting to survive - voicing local solutions to climate
Ms. Gitte Motzfeldt                       Monday, 07 Dec 2009     adaptation. Small-scale farmers have the knowledge, the experience and
gitte@utviklingsfondet.no                 Friday, 18 Dec 2009     the seeds”. Showcases 2 new collaborative reports “Climate Frontline
+47 159 4792287487                                                – African Communities Adapting to Survive” and “Climate change and
                                                                  Agriculture – Real Problems False Solutions”. Exhibit in collaboration
                                                                  with EcoNexus.
e8                                        h-038 d                 The e8, a non-profit international organisation composed of ten world
Ms. Ghita Benessahraoui                   Saturday, 12 Dec 2009   leading electricity companies, will be showcasing projects and initiatives
benessahraoui.ghita@hydro.qc.ca           Friday, 18 Dec 2009     implemented since 1992 to enhance sustainable energy development in
+1 514 3925642                                                    emerging and developing countries worldwide.
earthwatCh institUte*                     h-036 a                 Engaging the public in scientific field research builds knowledge, creates
Mr. Daniel Bebber                         Monday, 07 Dec 2009     environmental leaders and leaves a positive legacy for future generations.
dbebber@earthwatch.org.uk                 Saturday, 12 Dec 2009   Earthwatch will showcase two pioneering climate change programs: an
+44 1865 318842                                                   innovative model for business and a grassroots initiative for the wider
                                                                  community.
eCology Center                            h-015 d                 Financing decentralized solutions to climate change: the case of
Mr. Neil Tangri                           Monday, 07 Dec 2009     wastepickers The informal sector contributes greatly to mitigation,
neil@no-burn.org                          Friday, 18 Dec 2009     and could greatly expand its impact with financial support. But current
+49 15 206121214                                                  financial mechanisms support large businesses and false solutions such as
                                                                  waste-to-energy.
eCUador                                   h-009 a                 Ecuador proposes to keep oil reserves indefinitely underground in
Ms. Lavinia Warnars                       Monday, 07 Dec 2009     Yasuni, one of the most biodiverse parks on earth. International funds
lwarnars@gmail.com                        Friday, 18 Dec 2009     will be invested in renewable energy, preserving biodiversity, reducing
+31 6 50887172                                                    deforestation, implementing reforestation and reducing poverty.
energy researCh Centre of the             h-039 C                 ECN’s recent publications and other material.
netherlands (eCn)                         Monday, 07 Dec 2009
Ms. Heleen de Coninck                     Friday, 18 Dec 2009
deconinck@ecn.nl
+31 224 56
environment bUsiness aUstralia (eba)      h-034 d                 Hidro+ is a Smart Generator for energy generation. Hidro+ is sustainable,
Ms. Katrina Pollard                       Monday, 07 Dec 2009     economical, transmission and emission free by utilising the continuous
katrina.pollard@hidroonline.com           Saturday, 12 Dec 2009   energy and phenomena provided by nature: gravity, buoyancy, pressure
+61 411 817999                                                    gradients and gas density gradients to drive a generator.
environnement et developpement dU         h-031 C                 The global mission of ENDA TM is to find ways and means of alleviating
tiers-monde (enda-tm)                     Monday, 07 Dec 2009     poverty and environmental degradation (mainly climate change and
Mr. Jean-Philippe Thomas                  Friday, 18 Dec 2009     desertification) to improve lives and livelihoods of people in the
enda.jp.thomas@gmail.com                                          developing world, particulary in Africa.
+221 33 8222496



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ethiopia                                 h-019 C                 Ethiopia in collaboration with partners is implementing land rehabilitation
Mr. Tewolde Berhan Gebre Egziabher       Monday, 07 Dec 2009     projects, eg. MERET Managing Env. Resources to Enable Transition with
haile1606@hotmail.com                    Friday, 18 Dec 2009     WFP. The event will demonstrate how local communities can manage
+251 11 64664606                                                 fragile ecosystems and build sustainable livelihoods capable to adapt to
                                                                 climate change.
eUropean bUsiness CoUnCil for            h-038 C                 Proactive business solutions for eco-innovation and climate protection.
sUstainable energy (e5), bUsiness        Monday, 07 Dec 2009
CoUnCil for sUstainable energy (bCse)    Friday, 18 Dec 2009
Ms. Gudrun Merkle
gudrun.merkle@e5.org
+49 711 12252829
eUropean ChemiCal indUstry CoUnCil       h-035 a                 Innovations for greenhouse gas reductions.
(CefiC)                                  Saturday, 12 Dec 2009
Mr. Philippe de Casabianca               Friday, 18 Dec 2009
pca@cefic.be
+32 2 3726767452
eUropean CommUnity                       h-024 d                 European Union
Ms. Agnieszka Cyndecka                   Monday, 07 Dec 2009
Agnieszka.Cyndecka@ec.europa.eu          Saturday, 12 Dec 2009
+32 229 67240
eUropean investment bank (eib)           h-024 d                 European Investment Bank (EIB)
Mr. Andrea Pinna                         Saturday, 12 Dec 2009
a.pinna@eib.org                          Friday, 18 Dec 2009
+352 621 362459
eUropean photovoltaiC indUstry           h-034 b                 Distribution of publications and leaflets on solar photovoltaic energy, how
assoCiation (epia)                       Saturday, 12 Dec 2009   it works and what is the potential in terms of electricity production, CO
                                                                                                                                          ²
Mr. Benjamin Fontaine                    Friday, 18 Dec 2009     emissions savings and the benefits for Climate Change, green jobs and
b.fontaine@epia.org                                              sustainable development. Permanent presence of experts to answer all
+32 1040 3224001043                                              questions.
eUropean renewable energy CoUnCil        h-037 b                 Renewable energy - the key solution to mitigate climate change.
(ereC)                                   Saturday, 12 Dec 2009
Ms. Christine Lins                       Friday, 18 Dec 2009
lins@erec.org
+104 1040 3247896219
eUropean spaCe agenCy (esa)              h-024 a                 ESA will inform on its activities to monitor systematically changes in
Mr. Frank Martin Seifert                 Monday, 07 Dec 2009     our environment. From regional efforts supporting REDD to global
frank.martin.seifert@esa.int             Friday, 18 Dec 2009     observation of Essential Climate Variables defined by GCOS, Earth
+39 6 94180560                                                   Observation will be exposed as a feasible and practical tool for climate
                                                                 change observation.
eUropean wind energy assoCiation         h-036 a                 EWEA - the European Wind Energy Association - is the voice of the wind
(ewea)                                   Saturday, 12 Dec 2009   industry, actively promoting the utilisation of wind power. EWEA’s wide
Mr. Julian Scola                         Friday, 18 Dec 2009     range of publications on wind energy will be offered to visitors and experts
js@ewea.org                                                      will be available for questions and discussions. See http://www.ewea.org
+32 2 5461981
federation of eleCtriC power Companies   h-037 a                 Heat pumps useful for space cooling and heating, water heating and
(fepC)                                   Saturday, 12 Dec 2009   refrigeration have got great efficiency improvement. By spreading the
Mr. Koki Watanabe                        Friday, 18 Dec 2009     use of Heat Pumps technology all over the world, CO emissions can be
                                                                                                                       ²
watanabe.koki@hptcj.or.jp                                        drastically reduced. We introduce the benefits of “Heat pumps” realizing
+81 3 56432416                                                   Low-Carbon Society.
federation of german indUstries (bdi)    h-035 b                 BDI’s Initiative ‘Business for Climate Protection’ informs about
Mr. Ulrich Hoffrichter                   Saturday, 12 Dec 2009   technological solutions as a means to foster Climate Protection. Check
u.hoffrichter@bdi.eu                     Friday, 18 Dec 2009     out our new online tool ‘Climate City’, read our updated McKinsey study
+49 30 20281604                                                  about GHG mitigation, and make contact with our experts.


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federation of indian Chambers of             h-034 a                 Indian Industry’s GHG Reduction Initiatives
CommerCe and indUstry (fiCCi)                Saturday, 12 Dec 2009
Ms. Rita Roy Choudhury                       Friday, 18 Dec 2009
rita@ficci.com
+91 11 23738760
federation of yoUng eUropean greens**        h-008 C                 Let’s begin a climate of justice! This joint exhibit of the Federation of
(fyeg), heinriCh bÖll foUndation (hbf)       Monday, 07 Dec 2009     Young European Greens and the Heinrich Böll Foundation provides studies
Mr. Bruno Nicostrate                         Friday, 18 Dec 2009     and reports on climate justice, gender, adaptation, mitigation and finance.
office@fyeg.org                                                      Both organisations support a just and sustainable deal in Copenhagen
+32 1050 3249512960
food and agriCUltUre organization of         h-025 a                 Publications and information.
the United nations (fao), international      Monday, 07 Dec 2009
fUnd for agriCUltUral development            Friday, 18 Dec 2009
(ifad)
Mr. Michele Bernardi
michele.bernardi@fao.org
+39 6 57052442
food and agriCUltUre organization of         h-025 d                 GTOS terrestrial observations of our planet
the United nations (fao)                     Monday, 07 Dec 2009
Mr. Reuben Sessa                             Friday, 18 Dec 2009
reuben.sessa@fao.org
+39 6 57056519
food, agriCUltUre and natUral                h-017 d                 African climate solution: Carbon facility for Africa’s agriculture.
resoUrCes poliCy analysis network**          Monday, 07 Dec 2009
(fanrpan)                                    Saturday, 12 Dec 2009
Ms. Lindiwe Sibanda
L.Sibanda@cgiar.org
+27 12 8459100
franCe                                       h-042 i                 How France’s development partnerships are meeting the challenge of
Mme Jaudet Marie                             Monday, 07 Dec 2009     climate change.
marie.jaudet@developpement-durable.gouv.fr   Friday, 18 Dec 2009
+3366440224
friends of the earth international (foei)    h-001 b                 Friends of the Earth International is collecting messages, testimonies,
Ms. Stephanie Long                           Monday, 07 Dec 2009     evidence from communities across the world that are already affected by
stephanie.long@foe.org.au                    Friday, 18 Dec 2009     climate change and those that are resisting false solutions. This exhibit will
+61 414 136461                                                       tell their stories and demands for climate justice.
gaia assoCiation** (gaia)                    h-023 a                 This exhibit will display information (reports, policy briefs, pamphlets) on
Mr. Milkyas Debebe                           Monday, 07 Dec 2009     clean cooking technologies and their potential climate and health benefits
milkyasd@gmail.com                           Saturday, 12 Dec 2009   for developing countries. Examples of clean stoves currently in use to
+25 1 911618043                                                      replace traditional biomass for cooking will also be displayed.
genderCC - women for Climate JUstiCe*        h-012 a                 Presentation of GenderCC’s new publication: Gender into climate policy.
(genderCC)                                   Saturday, 12 Dec 2009   Toolkit for climate experts and decision-makers.
Ms. Gotelind Alber                           Friday, 18 Dec 2009
g.alber@gendercc.net
+49 30 21982175
german Committee for disaster                h-010 C                 DKKV the German National Platform for Disaster Reduction within ISDR
redUCtion (dkkv)                             Monday, 07 Dec 2009     and its numerous members from humanitarian, development, private sector
Mr. Gerd Tetzlaff                            Saturday, 12 Dec 2009   and science present and inform about their affords and proceedings made
info@dkkv.org                                                        towards DRR and CCA and the possibility on how to interlink these areas
+228 53113 4922844601                                                of work.




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german emissions trading assoCiation       h-015 g                 Joint exhibit of the German Emissions Trading Association and InWent
(bvek), CapaCity bUilding international    Monday, 07 Dec 2009
(inwent)                                   Friday, 18 Dec 2009
Mr. Dietrich Borst
borst@bvek.de
+49 175 2467085
german ngo forUm on environment and        h-008 b                 An ambitious Copenhagen treaty is needed! This is the primary aim of the
development                                Monday, 07 Dec 2009     “Klima-Allianz” which is an alliance of 109 German organisations fighting
Mr. Christoph Koehler                      Saturday, 12 Dec 2009   against the climate change in Germany and worldwide.
info@klima-allianz.de
+49 30 678177577
germany                                    h-014 d                 Exhibit of the German Delegation - Climate change and development
Mr. Michael Wahl                           Monday, 07 Dec 2009     cooperation
Michael.Wahl@gtz.de                        Friday, 18 Dec 2009
+49 6196 793375
global biodiversity information faCility   h-030 b                 The Global Biodiversity Information Facility (GBIF) is a multi-lateral
(gbif)                                     Monday, 07 Dec 2009     initiative mandated to build a global research infrastructure to facilitate
Ms. Susanne Sheldon                        Saturday, 12 Dec 2009   access to biodiversity data to assist policy and implementing agencies in
slsheldon@gbif.org                                                 adaptation decision-making regarding biodiversity responses to climate
+45 35 32 14 70                                                    change.
global Canopy programme (gCp)              h-020 d                 The GCP and Rainforest Alliance in collaboration with it’s network of
Mr. Charlie Parker                         Monday, 07 Dec 2009     forest stakeholders including TCG, the Greenbelt Movement and ODI will
c.parker@globalcanopy.org                  Friday, 18 Dec 2009     present the latest information on REDD.
+44 1865 724555
global environment Centre (geC)            h-009 b                 Peatlands and climate change. The exhibit will showcase work in
Mr. Faizal Parish                          Monday, 07 Dec 2009     Asia (Tibetan Plateau, Se Asia) and Europe, to rehabilitate peatlands
faizal.parish@gmail.com                    Friday, 18 Dec 2009     for biodiversity and climate change. Opportunities for countries and
+60 3 79572007                                                     organisations to become involved in pilot programmes on peatlands will
                                                                   be explained.
global environment Centre foUndation       h-033 C                 Introduction of GEC CDM/JI Support Programme and OECC Cobenefit
(geC)                                      Monday, 07 Dec 2009     Approach Programme - under the Initiative of the Ministry of the
Mr. Tomoya Motoda                          Friday, 18 Dec 2009     Environment, Japan.
cdm-fs@gec.jp
+81 6 69154121
global environment faCility (gef)          h-021 b                 GEF
Mr. Robert K Dixon                         Monday, 07 Dec 2009
rdixon1@thegef.org                         Friday, 18 Dec 2009
+1 202 4732340
global forest Coalition (gfC)              h-016 b                 REDD Realities or REDD Dreams? The exhibition will feature the views
Ms. Simone Lovera-Bilderbeek               Monday, 07 Dec 2009     from IPOs and NGOs in REDD countries on what is happening on the
simone.lovera@globalforestcoalition.org    Friday, 18 Dec 2009     ground
+595 21 663654
global water partnership                   h-042 l                 The agreement at Copenhagen must define stable and predictable financing
organisation** (gwpo)                      Monday, 07 Dec 2009     to help the developing world adapt to the inevitable effects of climate
Mr. Steven Downey                          Saturday, 12 Dec 2009   change. That is where water comes in. Sustainable water management is
steven.downey@gwpforum.org                                         a key to adaptation if we are to reduce the detrimental impacts of climate
+46 8 52212652                                                     change.
global wind energy CoUnCil (gweC)          h-036 d                 GWEC is the global voice of the wind energy industry. The GWEC booth
Mr. Stephen Sawyer                         Monday, 07 Dec 2009     with provide information on the development of wind energy world wide,
steve.sawyer@gwec.net                      Friday, 18 Dec 2009     and industry representatives and experts will be available for discussion.
+3 2 4001029                                                       Initiator: Stephen Sawyer. GWEC: info@gwec.net +3224001029




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Global Witness limited                    H-013 a                 Global Witness and the Ecosystems Climate Alliance will provide
Mr. Davyth Stewart                        Monday, 07 Dec 2009     information for REDD negotiators on forest governance, MRV,
davyth@gmail.com                          Friday, 18 Dec 2009     biodiversity conservation, indigenous peoples rights and demand side
+61 2 90291525                                                    management.
Green Cross international (GCi)           H-020 a                 Building on the work of the Club of Rome/Club of Madrid/World Political
Ms. Michelle Laug                         Saturday, 12 Dec 2009   Forum (etc) GCI will give a platform for world opinion leaders to urge govt’s
michelle.laug@gci.ch                      Friday, 18 Dec 2009     to reach a strong climate deal, re-calibrate responses in line with dangers to
+41 79 7138779                                                    security & development while promoting the engagement of civil society.
GreenHouse Gas manaGement institute       H-037 d                 The Greenhouse Gas Management Institute will showcase its capacity
(GHGmi)                                   Saturday, 12 Dec 2009   building programs and highlight the latest in GHG education.
Mr. Stylianos Pesmajoglou                 Friday, 18 Dec 2009
stelios.pesmajoglou@ghginstitute.org
+1 630 4661910
GreenpeaCe international (Gpi)            H-002 b                 Solar Generation: Our Climate, Our Future, Your Decision. Youth around the
Ms. Naomi Goodman                         Monday, 07 Dec 2009     world recognizes the urgent need to address run-away climate change. Driven
naomi.goodman@greenpeace.org              Friday, 18 Dec 2009     by survival, we chose to become part of the solution and are striving for a
+31 20 7182143                                                    clean energy future. We challenge world leaders to choose the same path.
Groupe enerGies renouvelables,            H-040 a                 We need to stand up to put economic development and social issues on the
environnement et solidarités (Geres)      Monday, 07 Dec 2009     agenda of the climate change talks. GERES, with over 30 years experience
Mme Raphaele Deau                         Friday, 18 Dec 2009     in north and south countries (LDCs) is pushing forward the debate on
r.deau@geres.eu                                                   climate solidarity.
+855 12 887449
Hadley Centre for Climate prediCtion      H-009 d                 Several aspects of dangerous climate change could lead to severe impacts
and researCH                              Monday, 07 Dec 2009     on human kind. Different approaches to avoiding these changes, including
Ms. Fiona Carroll                         Friday, 18 Dec 2009     multi gas emission reduction and geo-engineering, will be showcased.
fiona.carroll@metoffice.gov.uk                                    Recent developments in the PRECIS regional climate model will be
+44 1392 884240                                                   presented.
Haiti                                     H-017 H                 Strengthening the capacities for adaptation and mitigation
Mr. Yves Jamont Junior Duplan             Monday, 07 Dec 2009
yves.jamont.junior.duplan@undp.org        Saturday, 12 Dec 2009
+0 0 5093760457
Helsinki Commission** (HelCom)            H-028 b                 HELCOM will be exhibiting its work to protect the marine environment of
Mr. Nikolay Vlasov                        Monday, 07 Dec 2009     the Baltic Sea which suffers from the effects of various human activities.
nikolay.vlasov@helcom.fi                  Saturday, 12 Dec 2009   The exhibit will focus on the challenges climate change will impose on the
+358 9 207412635                                                  protection of the marine environment and management of human activities.
iClei - loCal Governments for             H-012 b                 The Local Government Climate Roadmap will be presented to the visitors.
sustainability (iClei)                    Monday, 07 Dec 2009     The role that LGs play in mitigation and adaptation to Climate Change
Mr. Yunus Arikan                          Friday, 18 Dec 2009     will be display through different materials and publications. Organised by
yunus.arikan@iclei.org                                            ICLEI in collaboration with the LG Roadmap global partners.
+49 228 97629920
indonesia                                 H-016 C                 North Sulawesi Province of Indonesia and World Ocean Conference 2009 -
Mr. Freddy Lengkong                       Monday, 07 Dec 2009     A local leader initiative in the commitment of preserving the ocean and its
dydylengkong@gmail.com                    Friday, 18 Dec 2009     role to climate change, and the impacts of climate change to ocean.
+62 431 846685
institute eCoar for CitizensHip (eCoar)   H-007 C                 After the conference “How will disenfranchised peoples adapt to climate
Mr. Eduardo Barbosa                       Saturday, 12 Dec 2009   change?” held by York University on April 2009, experts from Brazil, South
eduardo@ecoar.org.br                      Friday, 18 Dec 2009     Africa, India and Canada will expose outlining the challenges faced by the
+55 11 31295465                                                   disenfranchised and how they are already addressing those challenges.
institute for Conservation and            H-022 b                 Successful initiatives from the Government of Amazonas, the Amazonas
sustainable development of amazonas       Monday, 07 Dec 2009     Sustainable Foundation (FAS) and Idesam to reduce emissions from
(idesam)                                  Friday, 18 Dec 2009     deforestation while eradicating poverty and bringing sustainable
Ms. Mariana Pavan                                                 development to the people that live in the forest, the first ones to be
mn.pavan@idesam.org.br                                            affected by climate change.
+55 92 36425698
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institUte for global environmental          h-033 a                 Dissemination of IGES publications and pamphlets related to climate
strategies (iges)                           Monday, 07 Dec 2009     change policy in Asia, market mechanisms (CDM/JI), forestry, and others.
Mr. Kazuhisa Koakutsu                       Friday, 18 Dec 2009
koakutsu@iges.or.jp
+81 46 8553825
institUte of development stUdies (ids),     h-039 a                 Pioneering research and knowledge partnerships for development in a
University of sUssex - sUssex energy        Monday, 07 Dec 2009     changing climate – The Climate Change and Development Centre at IDS
groUp                                       Friday, 18 Dec 2009     hosts a dynamic research programme (poverty and adaptation/ low carbon
Mr. Thomas Tanner                                                   development/climate change policy) alongside leading knowledge sharing
t.tanner@ids.ac.uk                                                  services and teaching.
+44 1273 915766
institUtion for transport poliCy stUdies    h-014 a                 We are studying future transport to reduce the CO emissions from
                                                                                                                       ²
(itps)                                      Monday, 07 Dec 2009     transport drastically by 2050 with experts from across the world. In this
Mr. Iwao Matsuoka                           Saturday, 12 Dec 2009   event, together with WCTRS we will recommend policies to achieve
matsuoka@jterc.or.jp                                                its reduction target with a focus on the technological transfer and policy
+81 3 54708420                                                      support mechanism.
inter-ameriCan development bank (idb)       h-024 C                 Providing solutions to climate change challenges in Latin America & the
Ms. Norma Rivera                            Monday, 07 Dec 2009     Caribbean by developing and strengthening institutional and regulatory
normar@iadb.org                             Friday, 18 Dec 2009     frameworks to foster investments and providing financial resources for the
+1 202 6231356                                                      Region. Case studies will be presented.
inter-ameriCan institUte for global         h-023 C                 Exhibit will display opportunities available for least developed countries
Change researCh (iai)                       Monday, 07 Dec 2009     to be involved in regional-based policy-relevant climate change research
Ms. Linda Anne Stevenson                    Friday, 18 Dec 2009     and scientific capacity building activities with 3 institutions covering the
lstevenson@apn-gcr.org                                              regions of Asia-Pacific (APN), Africa (AfricanNESS) and the Americas
+81 78 2308017                                                      (IAI).
international atomiC energy agenCy (iaea)   h-011 i                 Climate change and nuclear power, its mitigation potential, risks and
Mr. Hans-Holger Rogner                      Monday, 07 Dec 2009     benefits. Nuclear technology for monitoring and assessing climate change
h.h.rogner@iaea.org                         Friday, 18 Dec 2009     and for climate change impact mitigation and adaptation. IAEA capacity
+43 1 260022776                                                     building assistance to Member States.
international Center for environmental      h-041 d                 Climate Technology Initiative (CTI) - Working together to accelerate
teChnology transfer (iCett)                 Monday, 07 Dec 2009     development and diffusion of climate-friendly technologies and practices.
Mr. Taiki Kuroda                            Friday, 18 Dec 2009
kuroda@icett.or.jp
+81 59 3293500
international Centre for integrated         h-042 a                 ICIMOD is a regional IGO highlighting the rapid change, vulnerability
moUntain development (iCimod)               Monday, 07 Dec 2009     and fragility of mountain ecosystems, and the important role of the greater
Mr. Robert Zomer                            Friday, 18 Dec 2009     Himalaya region providing ecosystem services for more than one-fifth of
rzomer@icimod.org                                                   the world’s population.
+977 1 5003222
international Centre for researCh in        h-017 a                 CGIAR research solutions for climate mitigation and adaptation, including
agroforestry (iCraf)                        Monday, 07 Dec 2009     crop varieties with greater drought and flood tolerance, farming practices
Ms. Vanessa Meadu                           Friday, 18 Dec 2009     that conserve land, water and other natural resources, and land use
v.meadu@cgiar.org                                                   practices that reduce deforestation and increase soil carbon and on-farm
+254 20 7224114                                                     trees.
international Centre for trade and          h-040 d                 ICTSD promotes climate cooperation by addressing inter-linkages with
sUstainable development (iCtsd)             Monday, 07 Dec 2009     international trade through its Global Platform on Climate Change. We
Ms. Ana Maria Kleymeyer                     Friday, 18 Dec 2009     publish extensively and facilitate dialogues to advance analytical capacity
amkleymeyer@ictsd.ch                                                while promoting sustainable development and supporting the trade and
+41 22 9178746                                                      climate regimes.
international Chamber of CommerCe           h-032 C                 Business: Part of the Solution As the Global Business organisation, ICC
(iCC)                                       Monday, 07 Dec 2009     will present a wide range of business solutions to the climate change
Mr. Carlos Busquets                         Friday, 18 Dec 2009     challenge.
carlos.busquets@iccwbo.org
+33 1 495329

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international Civil aviation organization   h-011 h                 Aviation and environment
(iCao)                                      Monday, 07 Dec 2009
Ms. Celia Rodrigues                         Friday, 18 Dec 2009
calvesrodrigues@icao.int
+1 514 9548219
international CoUnCil for sCienCe (iCsU)    h-037 C                 Global Environmental Change Research Programmes
Ms. Rohini Rao                              Monday, 07 Dec 2009
rohini@icsu.org                             Saturday, 12 Dec 2009
+33 1 45250329
international CoUnCil for sUstainable       h-038 b                 Sustainable Energy
energy (iCse), Uk bUsiness CoUnCil for      Monday, 07 Dec 2009
sUstainable energy (UkbCse)                 Friday, 18 Dec 2009
Ms. Pamela Rudolph
pamela.rudolph@bcse.org.uk
+44 207 9764293
international development researCh          h-028 a                 The International Development Research Centre highlights participatory
Centre (idrC)                               Monday, 07 Dec 2009     action research on climate change adaptation.
Ms. Mary O’Neill                            Saturday, 12 Dec 2009
maoneill@idrc.ca
+613 696 2108
international emissions trading             h-041 C                 International Emissions Trading Association
assoCiation (ieta)                          Monday, 07 Dec 2009
Mr. Edwin Aalders                           Friday, 18 Dec 2009
aalders@ieta.org
+41 22 7370500
international energy agenCy (iea)           h-023 d                 Latest publications from the IEA
Ms. Jenny Gell                              Monday, 07 Dec 2009
jenny.gell@iea.org                          Friday, 18 Dec 2009
+33 1 40576729
international federation of organiC         h-017 f                 Organic agriculture practices are high performing mitigation and
agriCUltUre movements (ifoam)               Monday, 07 Dec 2009     adaptation activities that significantly reduce global warming, secure food
Mr. Robert Jordan                           Friday, 18 Dec 2009     supply and deliver many other co-benefits. Evidence, case studies, guides
r.jordan@ifoam.org                                                  and advice will be provided on integrating practices into policies and
+49 228 9265019                                                     action plans.
international federation of red Cross       h-005 C                 Disaster management - protecting vulnerable people against the impacts of
and red CresCent soCieties (ifrC)           Monday, 07 Dec 2009     climate change
Ms. Jette Michelsen                         Friday, 18 Dec 2009
jette.michelsen@ifrc.org
+41 22 7304650
international gas Union (igU)               h-35 a                  Natural Gas as part of the Solution to Global Climate Change. Natural
Mr. Erik Gonder                             Monday, 07 Dec 2009     gas offers part of the solutions to global efforts to reduce greenhouse gas
ergon@statoilhydro.com                      Saturday, 12 Dec 2009   emissions as it is a much cleaner burning fuel with releases up to 50 per
+47 22 536382                                                       cent less CO than for coal. It can also complement renewable energy
                                                                                 ²
                                                                    sources.
international institUte for applied         h-039 d                 IIASA will profile tools & publications relevant to the climate policy
systems analysis (iiasa)                    Monday, 07 Dec 2009     and research community including: GHG mitigation options for Annex 1
Ms. Susan Riley                             Friday, 18 Dec 2009     parties, achieving significant, equitable and verifiable emissions reduction
riley@iiasa.ac.at                                                   from energy, LULUCF and REDD, financing mitigation and adaptation
+43 2236 807536                                                     efforts.
international institUte for environment     h-008 d                 International Institute for Environment and Development
and development (iied)                      Monday, 07 Dec 2009
Ms. Beth Henriette                          Friday, 18 Dec 2009
beth.henriette@iied.org
+44 207 3882117

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international institUte for sUstainable   h-044 b                 The International Institute for Sustainable Development (IISD) highlights
development (iisd)                        Monday, 07 Dec 2009     its recent research on climate change and trade, North American mitigation
Ms. Jo-Ellen Parry                        Friday, 18 Dec 2009     efforts, vulnerability reduction and adaptation, REDD and security, as well
jparry@iisd.ca                                                    as its Reporting Services.
+1 204 9587722
international maritime organization       h-011 g                 Climate Change - A challenge for IMO too! IMO has established an
(imo)                                     Monday, 07 Dec 2009     ambitious action plan towards the development and adoption of robust
Ms. Karin Sjolin Frudd                    Friday, 18 Dec 2009     measures that will regulate shipping emissions at the global level to
ksjolin@imo.org                                                   combat climate change.
+44 207 4634025
international network for sUstainable     h-031 b                 INFORSE: 145 NGOs Worldwide! Posters: NGOs in Action - biogas,
energy (inforse)                          Monday, 07 Dec 2009     solar cookers, fruit driers, PV, micro hydro, wind mills, 100% renewable
Mr. Gunnar Olesen Boye                    Friday, 18 Dec 2009     scenario, education. Eye-catching elements: moving models (helicopter,
ove@inforse.org                                                   windmill) powered by PV. Free newsletters, brochures, CDs.
+45 86 22 70 00
international organization for            h-010 C                 The IOM stand will aim to improve the understanding of the climate
migration (iom)                           Saturday, 12 Dec 2009   change, environment and migration nexus, inform of the related challenges
Ms. Alina Narusova                        Friday, 18 Dec 2009     and opportunities and present concrete examples of programmatic
anarusova@iom.int                                                 activities in this area, including ways to make migration work as an
+41 22 7179295                                                    adaptation strategy.
international petroleUm indUstry          h-035 d                 Climate change and the oil and gas industry.
environmental Conservation assoCiation    Saturday, 12 Dec 2009
(ipieCa)                                  Friday, 18 Dec 2009
Mr. Robert Siveter
robert.siveter@ipieca.org
+44 20 76332378
international planned parenthood          h-044 g                 The coping capacity of vulnerable populations will be impacted by
federation** (ippe), popUlation aCtion    Monday, 07 Dec 2009     population dynamics. Can we support adaptation by making contraceptive
international* (pai)                      Friday, 18 Dec 2009     services available to all who want them? Featuring a mapping tool that
Ms. Rachel Lander                                                 overlays projected climate impacts, demographic trends, and reproductive
rlander@ippf.org                                                  health needs.
+44 20 79398224
international save the Children           h-002 C                 Climate change is the biggest global health threat to children. We show
allianCe*                                 Monday, 07 Dec 2009     how child-centred DRR and adaptation can build resilience and help
Ms. Sarah Tyler                           Saturday, 12 Dec 2009   children adapt to a future altered by climate change. You will see why
sarah.tyler@save-children-alliance.org                            investments to support adaptation must be child-centred and reach the
+44 208 2378045                                                   poorest children.
international solar energy soCiety        h-34 b                  Launch of ISES Position Paper on Solar Central Stations
(ises)                                    Monday, 07 Dec 2009
Ms. Christine Hornstein                   Saturday, 12 Dec 2009
hornstein@ises.org
+49 761 4590645
international trade Union                 h-003 b                 Global unions for a safe and fair climate: ensuring a Just Transition for
Confederation (itUC)                      Monday, 07 Dec 2009     all - trade union strategies for adressing climate change, creating green(er)
Ms. Anabella Rosemberg                    Friday, 18 Dec 2009     jobs and ensuring social justice.
anabella.rosemberg@ituc-csi.org
+33 1 55373735
international transport forUm (itf)       h-014 a                 The International Transport Forum brings together its 52 member
Mr. Philippe Crist                        Saturday, 12 Dec 2009   governments, civil society and industry for fact-based discussions on key
philippe.crist@oecd.org                   Friday, 18 Dec 2009     transport policy challenges, including curbing transport CO emissions.
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international tropiCal timber                h-016 e                 ITTO/INTERCOOPERATION exhibit: ITTO is an intergovernmental
organization (itto), interCooperation (iC)   Monday, 07 Dec 2009     organization promoting conservation and sustainable management, use
Mr. Eduardo Mansur                           Friday, 18 Dec 2009     and trade of tropical forest resources. Intercooperation(IC) is a Swiss
mansur@itto.or.jp                                                    Foundation for international cooperation and development. ITTO and IC
+81 45 2231110                                                       publications will be displayed.
international Union of railways (UiC)        h-014 b                 The stand will present recommendations and material from partners on
Ms. Margrethe Sagevik                        Monday, 07 Dec 2009     board the Train to Copenhagen.
sagevik@uic.org                              Friday, 18 Dec 2009
+33 1 44492035
israel                                       h-017 b                 Israeli technologies for the challenge of climate change - based on
Ms. Ronnie Cohen Ginat                       Monday, 07 Dec 2009     accumulated experience with limited water resources, intense solar
ronyg@sviva.gov.il                           Friday, 18 Dec 2009     radiation and high temperatures Israel can contribute technological
+972 2 6553769                                                       solutions for reducing greenhouse gas emissions.
ithaCa College, metis - global               h-044 f                 Hub for public surveys regarding COP15 and climate change science,
awareness network** (metis), diCkinson       Monday, 07 Dec 2009     garnered by students for educational and outreach purposes. Questions
College**                                    Friday, 18 Dec 2009     answered online and live with goal of 1 million daily responses. Will
Ms. Susan Allen-Gil                                                  provide research basis, information on student-citizens participation in
sallen@ithaca.edu                                                    proceedings.
+1 607 2572075
iUCn - international Union for               h-010 a                 The exhibit will display the work of IUCN, the International Union
Conservation of natUre                       Monday, 07 Dec 2009     for Conservation of Nature, on climate change. IUCN aims to include
Ms. Ninni Ikkala                             Friday, 18 Dec 2009     biodiversity concerns in adaptation and mitigation policies and practice
ninni.ikkala@iucn.org                                                and furthers natural resource management strategies that help adapt to
+41 22 9990106                                                       climate change.
ivl swedish environmental researCh           h-040 b                 IVL presents the Climate Account - a tool to help individuals to reduce
institUte ltd.                               Monday, 07 Dec 2009     their carbon footprint. The tool also contains more detailed information
Ms. Charlotte Nilsson                        Saturday, 12 Dec 2009   and advice on the main ways to cut emissions. Additional information on
charlotte.nilsson@ivl.se                                             climate change related projects will be included in the exhibition.
+46 8 59856310
Japan                                        h-033 d                 Japan’s exhibition on research projects and assistance to developing
Mr. Takahiro Hasegawa                        Monday, 07 Dec 2009     countries.
takahiro_hasegawa@env.go.jp                  Friday, 18 Dec 2009
+81 3 55218330
kiko network                                 h-007 b                 Messages of World Youth -Kyoto and Copenhagen. The aim of this exhibit
Mr. Masayoshi Iyoda                          Monday, 07 Dec 2009     is to deliver voices from Kyoto to the world and deepen exchanges among
m.iyoda@fx5.ecs.kyoto-u.ac.jp                Friday, 18 Dec 2009     climate Youth activists from the world. We collect messages and pictures
+81 75 2541011                                                       of Youth during COP15, then exhibit them on our booth.
korea Chamber of CommerCe and                h-027 a                 Korea’s GHG reduction drive - GHG reduction researches and projects of
indUstry (kCCi)                              Monday, 07 Dec 2009     energy and industry sector by Korea Energy Management Corporation -
Mr. Phan Jo Kim                              Saturday, 12 Dec 2009   GHG reduction actions of Korean confirms.
phanny1@naver.com
+82 31 2604542
korea green foUndation (kgf), korean         h-027 d                 Information on Climate Change Center of Korea Green Foundation,
federation for environmental movement        Monday, 07 Dec 2009     Climate Crisis Clock, movie showing on the Center’s activities and climate
(kfem)                                       Friday, 18 Dec 2009     change issues.
Ms. Hyeran Seo
seo.hyeran@gmail.com
+82 2 20114345
laya**                                       h-023 b                 Testimonies of the marginalised majority from various eco systems in
Ms. Nafisa Goga D’Souza                      Monday, 07 Dec 2009     India: mountainous, coastal, arid, forests and urban as well as sustainable
layarc@gmail.com                             Saturday, 12 Dec 2009   alternatives in energy, agriculture and water interfaced with policy
+91 891 2548071                                                      concerns at the national and international level.



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lieChtenstein                                h-042 b                 The exhibit “Mountains and climate change” would provide information
Mr. Douglas McGuire                          Monday, 07 Dec 2009     on how mountains are particularly vulnerable to the adverse effects
douglas.mcguire@fao.org                      Friday, 18 Dec 2009     of climate change with distribution of a wide variety of material and
+39 6 57053275                                                       publications on this topic.
life e.v.                                    h-012 a                 Gendered energy consumption and carbon footprints: latest studies on
Ms. Ulrike Roehr                             Monday, 07 Dec 2009     gender and energy consumption and related carbon emissions as well as on
roehr@life-online.de                         Saturday, 12 Dec 2009   gendered participation in decision-making in the energy sector, carried out
+4 30 30879835                                                       in European countries.
malawi                                       h-017 e                 adaptation efforts by Malawi in agriculture; disaster risk reduction; forestry
Mr. Evans Njewa                              Monday, 07 Dec 2009     issues and renewable energy
njewae@yahoo.com                             Friday, 18 Dec 2009
+265 1 771111
mUniCh Climate insUranCe initiative (mCii)   h-010 d                 Munich Climate Insurance Initiative: Documentation of how insurance
Ms. Koko Warner                              Monday, 07 Dec 2009     approaches help vulnerable countries and people adapt and reduce risk.
warner@ehs.unu.edu                           Friday, 18 Dec 2009     Publications explore ways to build risk reduction and non-profit insurance
+49 228 8150226                                                      entities and alternatives for moving from the negotiating text to action
                                                                     between 2009 – 2012.
namibia                                      h-019 b                 Namibia’s National Projects on Climate change adaptation and mitigation
Ms. Uazamo Kaura                             Monday, 07 Dec 2009
uazamo.kaura@yahoo.co.uk                     Friday, 18 Dec 2009
+264 61 2842701
national institUte for environmental         h-033 b                 We will focus on monitoring of greenhouse gases from ground-based
stUdies (nies)                               Monday, 07 Dec 2009     stations, airplanes, ships and satellite; the status quo of climate risk
Mr. Masaharu Murakami                        Friday, 18 Dec 2009     assessment by integrated climate, impact, and land-use models; and the
kakinuma.miho@nies.go.jp                                             development of visions for a low carbon society using the Asia-Pacific
+29 850 2347                                                         Integrated Model.
neongreen network** (ngn)                    h-044 C                 Four leaflets that give instructions and contain suggestions for correct use
Mr. Adam Pawloff                             Saturday, 12 Dec 2009   of our planet. Atmosphere, Biosphere, Hydrosphere and Litho/Pedosphere.
global@neongruen.net                         Friday, 18 Dec 2009     Created using medical instruction leaflets as a model, this form of
+43 650 3722524                                                      information provision motivates the reader to get informed and inspires
                                                                     action.
netherlands                                  h-042 J                 Information desk on the dutch climate change policy
Ms. Babette Graber                           Monday, 07 Dec 2009
babette.graber@minvrom.nl                    Friday, 18 Dec 2009
+31 70 3392405
new energy and indUstrial teChnology         h-027 a                 Title: “An Introduction of NEDOs Activities as a R&D Management
development organization (nedo)              Saturday, 12 Dec 2009   Organization in Japan” We will focus on introducing current research
Mr. Keiichi Matsumoto                        Friday, 18 Dec 2009     and development and dissemination activities related to the fields of new
km-ap@nedo.go.jp                                                     energy and energy conservation in Japan.
+81 44 5205185
nigeria                                      h-019 a                 Nigeria’s Pathway to a Low Carbon Economy
Mr. Victor Fodeke                            Monday, 07 Dec 2009
roni.ajao@mrl.uk.com                         Friday, 18 Dec 2009
+44 195 4715
nordiC CoUnCil of ministers (nCmr)           h-029 b                 “Towards a green future – Nordic solutions to global climate challenges”
Mr. Patrik Edman                             Monday, 07 Dec 2009     presents the extensive climate co-operation carried out by the Nordic
ped@norden.org                               Friday, 18 Dec 2009     Council of Ministers and other Nordic co-operation bodies. The program
+0 45 21717148                                                       focuses for example on green energy solutions, climate research and the
                                                                     Arctic.
nordiC folkeCenter for renewable             h-029 C                 From Geothermic Heat to large biogas facilities CLIMATE SOLUTIONS
energy**                                     Monday, 07 Dec 2009     Thy and Mors will demonstrate that Thy and Mors have the highest degree
Mr. Bertel Bolt-Jørgensen                    Friday, 18 Dec 2009     of renewable energy usage in Europe and are international reference
bbj@klimalosninger.dk                                                areas. We wish to show the COP15 participants how to achieve results in
+45 27143666                                                         renewable energy.

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oCeana inC.**, University of California   h-043 b                 IMPACTS OF OCEAN ACIDIFICATION IN OUR LIFETIME - Scripps
Ms. Ellycia Harrould-Kolieb               Monday, 07 Dec 2009     Oceanography, POGO, PML and Oceana will highlight the threats of ocean
ekolieb@oceana.org                        Friday, 18 Dec 2009     acidification and climate change to the oceans and the wildlife and humans
+1 202 3787773                                                    that depend on them
oneworld Uk                               h-005 d                 Opening a communications window for wider participation in the COP
Mr. Peter Armstrong                       Saturday, 12 Dec 2009   through new media - especially all-day live webcast, video reports and
peter.armstrong@oneworld.net              Friday, 18 Dec 2009     virtual world meetings through OneClimate.net.
+44 7801 142385
organisation for eConomiC Co-operation    h-031 d                 OECD STAND
and development (oeCd)                    Monday, 07 Dec 2009
Mme Patricia Nilsson                      Friday, 18 Dec 2009
patricia.nilsson@oecd.org
+33 1 45249871
organisation internationale de la         h-042 h                 Présentation des actions relatives aux changements climatiques de
franCophonie (oif)                        Monday, 07 Dec 2009     l’Organisation internationale de la Francophonie et des opérateurs directs
Mr. Louis-Noel Jail                       Friday, 18 Dec 2009     de la Francophonie : AUF, TV5, Université Senghor et AIMF. Animation
ln.jail@iepf.org                                                  du kiosque assurée avec des débats et projections de films, vidéos.
+1 418 6925727
oxfam international (oi)                  h-003 d                 The human cost of climate change. Climate witnesses from around the
Mr. Bert Maerten                          Monday, 07 Dec 2009     world. Tcktcktck. Time for climate justice.
bmaerten@oxfam.org.uk                     Friday, 18 Dec 2009
+66 80 2104873
pennsylvania state University (psU)       h-037 d                 Communicating Climate Change: We explore the need to share the
Ms. Petra Tschakert                       Monday, 07 Dec 2009     science of climate change in order to enhance capacity for adaptation
petra@psu.edu                             Saturday, 12 Dec 2009   decision-making at the local level. With examples from Africa, posters and
+1 814 8639399                                                    pamphlets show possible tools for communicating climate change in the
                                                                  developing world.
pew Center on global Climate Change       h-032 a                 The Pew Center will distribute its latest reports on climate change.
(pew Center), german marshall fUnd of     Monday, 07 Dec 2009
the United states (gmf)                   Friday, 18 Dec 2009
Ms. Namrata Patodia
patodian@pewclimate.org
+646 932 9980
philippines                               h-013 b                 Multi-stakeholder involvement and international support for developing
Ms. Linda Mamaradlo                       Monday, 07 Dec 2009     climate change adaptation strategies and mainstreaming adaptation into
PhCOP15@gmail.com                         Friday, 18 Dec 2009     national and local development planning - first experiences and lessons
+632 1107 9262693                                                 learnt from country cases (The Philippines, Tunisia, Peru and Germany).
plan international (plan)                 h-002 C                 The world’s children are active in reducing disaster risks and ensuring
Mr. Daniel Walden                         Saturday, 12 Dec 2009   effective climate adaptation. Here they share lessons and experiences they
daniel.walden@plan-international.org      Friday, 18 Dec 2009     have each and every day, as they watch the changing climate change their
+44 207 4829777                                                   surroundings. They are supported by the Children in a Changing Climate
                                                                  coalition.
praCtiCal aCtion                          h-015 C                 Practical action enables poor communities to adapt to climate change through
Ms. Rachel Berger                         Monday, 07 Dec 2009     access to technologies, skills and knowledge appropriate to their needs, and
rachel.berger@practicalaction.org.uk      Friday, 18 Dec 2009     through access to renewable energy. We work with governments and local
+44 1926 634400                                                   organisations to influence change and scale up locally effective work.
pUsan national University - marine        h-027 b                 Seaweed solution - Sink and swim! Seaweeds are promising organisms as
researCh institUte (pnU/mri), green       Monday, 07 Dec 2009     adaptation and mitigation measures against global warming. Solution: (1)
korea United                              Friday, 18 Dec 2009     Red algae paper; (2) Seaweed biofuel; and (3) Seaweed sink. The Korean
Mr. Ik Kyo Chung                                                  project ‘GHG Emissions Reduction Using Seaweeds’ has been ongoing
ikchung@pusan.ac.kr                                               since 2006.
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rainforest allianCe (ra)                   h-020 C                 Promoting resources for tropical forest management and monitoring for
Ms. Julianne Baroody                       Monday, 07 Dec 2009     credible climate change mitigation and adaptation: Addressing deforestation
jbaroody@ra.org                            Friday, 18 Dec 2009     drivers with sustainable forest & agriculture certification; Independent
+207 899 1912                                                      monitoring, verification, & auditing; Capacity building for REDD readiness.
refrigerants natUrally!** (refnat)         h-038 d                 Refrigerants, Naturally! is a voluntary industry-initiative of global
Ms. Linda Ederberg                         Monday, 07 Dec 2009     companies committed to subsitute harmful fluorinated gases (HFCs) in
Linda.Ederberg@refrigerantsnaturally.org   Saturday, 12 Dec 2009   cooling applications (refrigeration sector) with climate- and ozone-friendly
+49 6174 964575                                                    natural refrigerants. The partnership is supported by UNEP and Greenpeace
regional environmental Center for          h-042 k                 Regional Environmental Center for Central and Eastern Europe-Transfer
Central and eastern eUrope (reC)           Monday, 07 Dec 2009     experiences in multidisciplinary approach to climate change
Ms. Zsuzsanna Ivanyi                       Friday, 18 Dec 2009
zivanyi@rec.org
+36 20 5532639
renewable energy and energy effiCienCy     h-040 C                 REEEP and Gold Standard (GS) share insights on how targeted
partnership (reeep), the gold standard     Monday, 07 Dec 2009     interventions can widen access to low carbon energy for local communities
foUndation                                 Friday, 18 Dec 2009     in developing countries and emerging markets, accelerate the uptake, and
Mr. Vince Reardon                                                  support UNFCCC processes by rewarding excellence in carbon markets
vince.reardon@reeep.org                                            with a premium label.
+43 1 260263674
repUbliC of korea                          h-027 C                 This exhibit will show the details of Korea’s move towards “green growth,”
Ms. Jinyoung Kim                           Monday, 07 Dec 2009     focusing on the key initiatives of the Green Growth National Strategy,
kjinyn@korea.kr                            Friday, 18 Dec 2009     the Green Growth Five-Year Implementation Plan, the mid-term goal for
+82 2 7352539                                                      greenhouse gas mitigation, and the Four Major River Revitalization.
resoUrCes for the fUtUre (rff),            h-044 e                 CSPR’s WorldView shows cause and effects of climate change and policy
University of linkÖping                    Monday, 07 Dec 2009     scenarios; Adaptation Atlas maps human impacts of climate change and
Mr. Ray Kopp                               Friday, 18 Dec 2009     adaptation activities to prioritize and strategize on action.
kopp@rff.org
+1 202 3285059
responding to Climate Change (rtCC)        h-042 l                 RTCC exhibit will feature the Responding to Climate Change publication
Mr. James Ramsey                           Saturday, 12 Dec 2009   and various materials relating to the side event.
abp@entico.com                             Friday, 18 Dec 2009
+44 20 77992222
ryerson University*                        h-004 b                 The IPCC highlights children among the most vulnerable to the impacts
Ms. Louise Zimanyi                         Monday, 07 Dec 2009     of climate change including “increases in malnutrition and consequent
lzimanyi@ryerson.ca                        Saturday, 12 Dec 2009   disorders, with implications for child growth and development” (WG II
+1 416 9795000                                                     SPM p.9). The event presents impacts and need to ensure action in the
                                                                   Copenhagen outcomes.
seCretariat of the Convention on           h-030 d                 Exhibit by the Secretariats of the Conventions on Biological Diversity and
biologiCal diversity (Cbd), seCretariat    Monday, 07 Dec 2009     to Combat Desertification on: Synergies between the Rio Conventions and
of the Convention to Combat                Friday, 18 Dec 2009     2010 - the International Year for Biodiversity.
desertifiCation (UnCCd)
Ms. Anne-Marie Wilson
consultant.anne-marie.wilson@cbd.int
+1 514 2878718
seCretariat of the United nations          h-001 d                 CDM Changing Lives - UNFCCC/CDM photo and video contests 2009:
framework Convention on Climate            Monday, 07 Dec 2009     The Kyoto Protocol’s clean development mechanism is stimulating
Change (UnfCCC)                            Friday, 18 Dec 2009     sustainable development and reducing GHG emissions in 58 countries.
Mr. David Abbass                                                   The Changing Lives booth showcases striking images and captivating
DAbbass@unfccc.int                                                 video clips -- submitted to the 2009 CDM photo and video contest -- that
+89 228 8151511                                                    illustrate how CDM projects are changing lives for the better.




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Organizer                                Stand nO. / time        theme
Secretariat of the United nationS        h-004 c                 Growing Together in a Changing Climate: The booth, hosted by the
framework convention on climate          Monday, 07 Dec 2009     UNFCCC-led UN Joint Initiative on Children, Youth and Climate Change,
change (Unfccc)                          Friday, 18 Dec 2009     presents a dynamic daily programme of videos and talks and displays
Ms. Brankica Cerovic                                             recent publications, educational materials and initiatives from children,
growing.together@unfccc.int                                      young people, UN agencies, NGOs and IGOs.
+49 228 8151361
Secretariat of the United nationS        h-018 a-d, h-019 d      Publications and other information materials from various admitted
framework convention on climate          Monday, 07 Dec 2009     observer organizations are available and displayed
change (Unfccc)                          Friday, 18 Dec 2009
Ms. Irini Roumboglou
see@unfccc.int
+45 50 77 36 32
Shan ShUi conServation center** (Shan    h-026 a                 Shan Shui will bring a group of Chinese business leaders to Copenhagen.
ShUi)                                    Monday, 07 Dec 2009     The exhibit will be used to disseminate the Chinese Business Position
Mr. Yi He                                Saturday, 12 Dec 2009   Paper and also their perspectives on how companies will deal with the
yhe@shanshui.org                                                 uncertainty surrounding climate policy
+86 10 1391162673
Sociedade PeSqUiSa em vida Salvagem e    h-016 f                 The space will be used to inform the actions of SPVS in partnership with
edUcaçao ambiental (SPvS)                Monday, 07 Dec 2009     the Brazilian Biodiversity Fund (FUNBIO) and activities of The Atlantic
Mr. Denilson Cardoso                     Saturday, 12 Dec 2009   Forest Restoration Pact and The Climate Observatory. Will serve as an
denilson@spvs.org.br                                             anchor for the various member organizations of these entities.
+55 41 33394638
SoUth centre                             h-006 b                 Meeting the climate change and development challenges -- perspectives
Mr. Vicente Paolo Yu                     Monday, 07 Dec 2009     from the South and the work of the South Centre.
yu@southcentre.org                       Friday, 18 Dec 2009
+41 22 7918050
Stanford UniverSity                      h-037 a                 The Woods Institute for the Environment at Stanford University harnesses
Ms. Adina Abeles                         Monday, 07 Dec 2009     the expertise and imagination of leading academics and decision makers to
abeles@stanford.edu                      Saturday, 12 Dec 2009   create innovative approaches to address global environmental challenges
+1 831 4025132                                                   from climate change to sustainable food supplies to ocean conservation.
Stockholm environment inStitUte (Sei),   h-036 b                 Stockholm Environment Institute is an independent international research
american geoPhySical Union (agU),        Monday, 07 Dec 2009     institute that bridges science to policy on environment and development
UniverSity of caPe town (Uct)            Friday, 18 Dec 2009     issues. We will exhibit publications, show films and demonstrate modelling
Ms. Clarisse Kehler Siebert                                      tools on adaptation, energy futures, embedded carbon and low carbon
clarisse.kehler.siebert@sei.se                                   economies.
+46 73 7078601
SUStainable marketS foUndation - 350.    h-002 a                 This year, the global momentum behind a 350ppm emissions target has
org                                      Monday, 07 Dec 2009     exploded into an unprecedented global demand in society. Independent
Mr. Jeremy Osborn                        Friday, 18 Dec 2009     citizens, NGOs, scientists, governments, world leaders... we will show the
jeremy@350.org                                                   depth and breadth of this demand worldwide.
+1 802 5524067
SUStainUS                                h-001 a                 Learn how SustainUS and U.S. youth are linking the UNFCCC to other
Mr. Kyle Gracey                          Monday, 07 Dec 2009     international negotiations and domestic sustainable development science,
kylegracey@sustainus.org                 Friday, 18 Dec 2009     policy and advocacy.
+1 814 6592405
takingitglobal (tig)                     h-004 b                 The Tread Lightly exhibit will feature TakingITGlobal’s ecological
Mr. Liam O’Doherty                       Saturday, 12 Dec 2009   footprint project, including climate change themed artwork from youth
liam@takingitglobal.org                  Friday, 18 Dec 2009     around the world presented with the experiences and results of a global 40
+416 11 9779363                                                  day footprint challenge undertaken in the lead up to COP15.
tanzania natUral reSoUrce forUm**        h-017 c                 Participation, benefit sharing, monitoring and baseline establishment are
(tnrf)                                   Monday, 07 Dec 2009     key areas in the development of Tanzania’s National REDD Strategy. A
Mr. Cassian Sianga                       Saturday, 12 Dec 2009   participatory programme of sustainable forest management provides a
COP15@tnrf.org                                                   strong basis for innovation and learning for Tanzania becoming a leading
+255 756 960496                                                  REDD-ready nation.

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Organizer                               Stand nO. / time        theme
TEARFUND                                H-006 C                 Climate change and poverty: Tearfund is a leading UK-based
Ms. Sara Shaw                           Monday, 07 Dec 2009     development NGO working to reduce the impact of climate change on
sara.shaw@tearfund.org                  Friday, 18 Dec 2009     poor communities through adaptation,disaster risk reduction and other
+44 208 9437944                                                 measures. We also raise public and political awareness of the issue through
                                                                campaigning and lobbying.
THE ClimATE GRoUp                       H-028 B                 The Climate Group International States&Regions Program The kiosk will
Ms. Holly Lenton                        Saturday, 12 Dec 2009   highlight progressive subnational government actions to reduce GHG
hlenton@theclimategroup.org             Friday, 18 Dec 2009     emissions and transition to a low carbon economy. Materials include
+44 207 9602970                                                 climate action plans and information on successful climate mitigation and
                                                                adaptation policies.
THE ClimATE REGisTRy (TCR)              H-028 A                 Climate Solutions:Sub-Nationals Getting It Done Following on the
Ms. Robyn Camp                          Saturday, 12 Dec 2009   October 2009 Governors Summit on Climate Change, this exhibit
robyn@theclimateregistry.org            Friday, 18 Dec 2009     highlights contributions of governments at all levels towards reducing
+1 213 8916931                                                  climate change, featuring a high-tech hub highlighting projects and
                                                                policies from around the world.
THE DANisH soCiETy oF ENGiNEERs**       H-034 A                 The engineers demonstrate reduction potentials of GHG emissions. The
Ms. Pernille Hagedorn-Rasmussen         Monday, 07 Dec 2009     exhibition present climate plans and technology prospects from Norway,
phr@ida.dk                              Saturday, 12 Dec 2009   Germany, India, USA, Japan, Denmark, UK, Ireland, Sweden, Australia
+45 33 18 46 12                                                 and Finland. Energy efficiency and technology potentials will be in focus.
THE ENERGy AND REsoURCEs iNsTiTUTE      H-036 C                 The exhibit would jointly showcase TERI and IIASA’s capabilities related
(TERi)                                  Monday, 07 Dec 2009     to; GHG mitigation options, achieving MRVable emissions reductions
Mr. Prabhat Upadhyaya                   Friday, 18 Dec 2009     from energy, LULUCF and REDD; financing mitigation and adaptation
prabhat@teri.res.in                                             efforts, besides disseminating findings relevant to climate policy and
+91 11 24682100                                                 research community.
THE EURopEAN oRGANisATioN FoR THE       H-024 B                 Committee on Earth Observation Satellites (CEOS) - Results (Greenhouse
ExploiTATioN oF mETEoRoloGiCAl          Monday, 07 Dec 2009     Gas, Forest Carbon Monitoring and more)
sATElliTEs (EUmETsAT)                   Friday, 18 Dec 2009
Mr. Paul Counet
paul.counet@eumetsat.int
+49 171 9735443
THE iNNovATioN CENTER FoR ENERGy AND    H-026 B                 The Innovation Center for Energy and Transportation is an NGO based in
TRANspoRTATioN** (iCET)                 Saturday, 12 Dec 2009   China dedicated to mitigating climate change. www.iCET.org.cn or www.
Ms. Lucia Green-Weiskel                 Friday, 18 Dec 2009     chinaclimateregistry.org
LuciaGW@icet.org.cn
+1 917 2878297
THE JEwisH NATioNAl FUND** (KKl)        H-012 D                 Exhibit of the Green Revolution in the NEGEV desert including forestry,
Mr. Ulf Haxen                           Monday, 07 Dec 2009     water and agriculture.
ulfhaxen@email.dk                       Saturday, 12 Dec 2009
+45 88 38 52 44
THE NATURE CoNsERvANCy (TNC)            H-010 B                 TNC is providing policy recommendations, scientific results and lessons
Mr. Christopher Heishman                Monday, 07 Dec 2009     learned from on-the-ground experience to help negotiators reach a global
cheishman@tnc.org                       Friday, 18 Dec 2009     climate agreement that leads to significant reductions in emissions and uses
+703 841 3921                                                   nature-based solutions to support both mitigation and adaptation goals.
THE wooDs HolE REsEARCH CENTER (wHRC)   H-013 D                 The Woods Hole Research Center and Tropical Forest Group present
Ms. Tracy Johns                         Monday, 07 Dec 2009     information on activities around the globe on the science and policy of
tjohns@whrc.org                         Friday, 18 Dec 2009     climate change and REDD, education, and capacity building.
+508 540 9900
THiRD woRlD NETwoRK (TwN)               H-026 C                 TWN presents its updates and briefing papers on the ongoing negotiations.
Ms. Yvonne Miller Berlie                Monday, 07 Dec 2009
ymiller@twngeneva.ch                    Friday, 18 Dec 2009
+41 22 9083550




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transparenCy international (ti)           h-008 a                 Corruption and governance: risks accompanying climate change solutions.
Ms. Robin Hodess                          Monday, 07 Dec 2009     Invites visitors to consider how mitigation and adaptation solutions such
rhodess@transparency.org                  Friday, 18 Dec 2009     as carbon markets, REDD, ghg reporting and funding for adapatation or
+49 30 34382036                                                   disaster planning can be made transparent and equitable.
transport researCh foUndation (trf)       h-014 C                 This exhibit presents key material on transport and climate change from
Mr. Holger Dalkmann                       Monday, 07 Dec 2009     TRF and other key organisations (e.g GTZ, UITP) Focus is on how issues
hdalkmann@trl.co.uk                       Friday, 18 Dec 2009     can be resolved to ensure that the Copenhagen Agreement provides a
+44 1344 770279                                                   renewed momentum for low carbon transport in 2010 and beyond.
tropiCal forest groUp (tfg)               h-013 C                 Carbon Finance in Africa Tropical Forest Group showcases potential for
Mr. John Niles                            Monday, 07 Dec 2009     carbon finance (mitigation, adaptation) to resolve conflict and increase
jniles@tropicalforestgroup.org            Friday, 18 Dec 2009     security in Africa. Training, carbon sampling & capacity work are
+805 252 6777                                                     discussed for REDD, agriculture & adaptation projects in Nigeria, Uganda,
                                                                  Ethiopia.
tUvalU                                    h-022 C                 Tuvalu, one of the earth’s tiniest nations, least responsible for the
Mr. Mataio Tekinene                       Monday, 07 Dec 2009     upcoming disaster but most threatened to disappearing, will exhibit what
alofatuvalu@alofatuvalu.tv                Friday, 18 Dec 2009     the country and its people are doing not to become the planet’s first entire
+32 4 92641664                                                    nation of climate refugees. We all are Tuvalu.
tUvalU overview**                         h-022 d                 Introduction of Tuvalu. Beautiful nature and culture, Damage from sea
Mr. Shuuichi Endou                        Monday, 07 Dec 2009     level rise, People’s beautiful photograph and true opinion.
shuuichi@tuvalu-overview.tv               Friday, 18 Dec 2009
+81 3 58341456
U.s. Climate aCtion network (UsCan)       h-003 C                 The USCAN exhibit will showcase the efforts of our members and provide
Mr. Mathew Todaro                         Monday, 07 Dec 2009     information on the latest state of play in Washington, DC.
mtodaro@climatenetwork.org                Friday, 18 Dec 2009
+202 0 4459009
United nations (Un)                       h-025 b                 The United Nations Publications will use the exhibit space to display,
Mr. Vladislav Vitkovski                   Monday, 07 Dec 2009     disseminate, and promote publications of the UN in the area of
vitkovskiv@un.org                         Friday, 18 Dec 2009     environment, especially on climate change.
+1 212 9638065
United nations Children’s fUnd (UniCef)   h-011 e                 Climate change destablises social and livelihood systems that support
Ms. Kerry Constabile                      Monday, 07 Dec 2009     children’s development and survival leading to intergenerational losses of
kconstabile@unicef.org                    Friday, 18 Dec 2009     human potential. UNICEF will present the importance of a child-centered
+44 20 73756164                                                   approach to adaptation.
United nations development programme      h-011 a                 As the United Nations’ global development network, UNDP is on the front
(Undp)                                    Monday, 07 Dec 2009     lines of climate change. This booth will distribute information on UNDP’s
Ms. AnnaLisa Viray                        Friday, 18 Dec 2009     programmes to meet the climate challenge.
annalisa.viray@undp.org
+1 212 9066591
United nations edUCational, sCientifiC    h-011 f                 UNESCO and Climate Change. This exhibit highlights UNESCO’s
and CUltUral organization (UnesCo)        Monday, 07 Dec 2009     research, policy and field work related to the climate change scientific
Mr. Peter Dogse                           Friday, 18 Dec 2009     knowledge base, education, outreach and public awareness, social, gender
p.dogse@unesco.org                                                and ethical issues, and capacity building for adaptation to climate change.
+33 1 45684098
United nations edUCational,               h-030 a                 Global Climate Observing System and Intergovernmental Ocean
sCientifiC and CUltUral organization      Monday, 07 Dec 2009     Commission represent the UN climate observation and research
intergovernmental oCeanographiC           Saturday, 12 Dec 2009   communities’ environmental monitoring capabilities vital to Climate
Commission (UnesCo/ioC)                                           Change negotiations. The exhibit highlights achievements and future for
Mr. Thomas Gross                                                  UN coordinated observations systems.
t.gross@unesco.org
+33 1 45683992




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United nations environment programme        h-021 d                 United Nations Environment Programme: Environment for Development.
(Unep)                                      Monday, 07 Dec 2009
Ms. Fanina Kodre-Alexander                  Friday, 18 Dec 2009
fanina.kodre@unep.org
+254 20 7623288
Unep Convention on the Conservation of      h-030 a                 Migratory species and climate change - are migratory species vulnerable
migratory speCies of wild animals (Cms)     Saturday, 12 Dec 2009   to climate change and what can be done to limit these impacts? The
Ms. Melanie Virtue                          Friday, 18 Dec 2009     Convention on Migratory Species examines emerging questions to
mvirtue@cms.int                                                     strengthen the effectiveness of policy decisions & safeguard a future for
+531 228 8152462                                                    species it aims to protect.
United nations hUman settlements            h-011 d                 Cities and Climate Change Initiative - UN-HABITAT joint by UNEP In
programme (Un-habitat)                      Monday, 07 Dec 2009     this urban era, the greatest impacts of disasters resulting from climate
Ms. Karin Buhren                            Friday, 18 Dec 2009     change begin and end in cities. The Cities in Climate Change Initiative
karin.buhren@unhabitat.org                                          (CCCI) helps cities in developing countries meet the climate change
+254 20 7623191                                                     challenge.
United nations institUte for training and   h-030 C                 The booth would feature the One UN Training Service Platform on
researCh (Unitar)                           Monday, 07 Dec 2009     Climate Change (UN CC:Learn) and provide an opportunity. for UN
Mr. Mamadou Diakhite                        Friday, 18 Dec 2009     organizations to showcase their climate change related training materials
mamadou.diakhite@unitar.org                                         and initiatives. Contact:Achim Halpaap: achim.halpaap@unitar.org
+41 22 9178582
United nations University (UnU)             h-011 b                 UNU: Documentation and multimedia work from UNU´s work related
Ms. Koko Warner                             Monday, 07 Dec 2009     to climate change state-of-the-art understanding of climate adaptation
warner@ehs.unu.edu                          Friday, 18 Dec 2009     & human mobility, indigenous peoples, REDD and mitigation, and the
+49 228 8150226                                                     contribution of higher education and research to practical action and policy.
United nations volUnteers (Unv)             h-030 b                 Volunteering for our planet
Ms. Amina Said                              Saturday, 12 Dec 2009
amina.said@unvolunteers.org                 Friday, 18 Dec 2009
+49 228 8152219
United states of ameriCa                    h-028 C                 United States Exhibit
Mr. Mars Hanna                              Monday, 07 Dec 2009
HannaSM@state.gov                           Friday, 18 Dec 2009
+1 202 6476741
University Corporation for atmospheriC      h-023 a                 In collaboration with government, universities, and private sector partners
researCh (UCar)                             Saturday, 12 Dec 2009   around the world, the US National Center for Atmospheric Research is
Ms. Rachel Hauser                           Friday, 18 Dec 2009     dedicated to exploring and understanding our atmosphere in the broadest
rhauser@ucar.edu                                                    terms, including interactions with the sun, oceans, biosphere, and human
+303 497 1117                                                       society.
University of Cambridge                     h-037 b                 The University of Cambridge Programme for Sustainability Leadership runs
Ms. Nicolette Bartlett                      Monday, 07 Dec 2009     internationally renowned programmes, initiatives and Corporate Leaders
Nicolette.Bartlett@CPSL.cam.ac.uk           Saturday, 12 Dec 2009   Groups. We work with senior leaders in business, government and civil
+44 1223 768840                                                     society to enable them to lead the transition towards a sustainable future.
University of Copenhagen, aUstralian        h-004 a                 Climate Change Research, Education, Dissemination and Sustainability
national University (anU), yale stUdent     Monday, 07 Dec 2009     Strategies in cooperation with the IARU members, Yale University and
environmental Coalition (yseC)              Friday, 18 Dec 2009     Australian National University.
Mr. Mikael Valsted Sorensen
mval@adm.ku.dk
+45 35 32 41 07
University of gothenbUrg (gU), natUre       h-007 a                 A new generation of youth is drawing attention to the climate crisis, while
and yoUth denmark (n & U)                   Monday, 07 Dec 2009     at the same time developing real solutions to large-scale problems. This
Mr. Carl Kamp                               Friday, 18 Dec 2009     exhibit showcases the multidisciplinary climate-related projects from
carl.kamp@chalmers.se                                               students from 55 countries and the coverage of the Project Survival Media
+46 31 7723034                                                      teams.



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University of new soUth wales,               h-044 d                 CEEM is running a prediction market on Copenhagen Conference.
University of teChnology, sydney (Uts)       Monday, 07 Dec 2009     Participants can register for free at the stall, view current status and win
Ms. Regina Betz                              Friday, 18 Dec 2009     a prize. UTS will present research on the adaptation & mitigation policy
r.betz@unsw.edu.au                                                   links between climate, energy and water and a world-first global citizens
+61 2 93853354                                                       dialogue.
University of oxford, environmental          h-039 b                 We showcase our independent research that encompasses mitigation and
Change institUte (eCi), University of east   Monday, 07 Dec 2009     adaptation for people and places; food, water and human security; and
anglia (Uea)                                 Friday, 18 Dec 2009     low carbon society. We integrate environmental, social, economic and
Ms. Heike Schroeder                                                  engineering sciences research in our highly-regarded research, teaching
heike.schroeder@ouce.ox.ac.uk                                        and training.
+44 1865 275894
University of regina                         h-040 b                 For over 20 years, the University of Regina has been leading innovative
Ms. Victoria Muzychuk                        Saturday, 12 Dec 2009   research and development in CCS technologies with its partners in Canada
victoria.muzychuk@uregina.ca                 Friday, 18 Dec 2009     and globally. The booth will showcase the latest achievements in CCS and
+1 306 3372296                                                       profile opportunities for international collaboration
University of stUttgart, Climatenet          h-007 d                 The exhibit aims to disseminate the knowledge gained by the experts of
Ms. Maike Sippel                             Monday, 07 Dec 2009     Climatenet and University of Stuttgart on climate policy issues, e.g. cities
maike.sippel@ier.uni-stuttgart.de            Friday, 18 Dec 2009     and local climate policy options, the CDM, JI, EU ETS and post-2012.
+49 711 68587815                                                     Recent publications will be distributed for free.
wetlands international                       h-009 C                 Reducing GHG emissions from peatlands and the role of wetlands in
Mr. Alex Kaat                                Monday, 07 Dec 2009     adaptation
alex.kaat@wetlands.org                       Friday, 18 Dec 2009
+31 6 50601917
wmo/Unep intergovernmental panel on          h-021 C                 IPCC reports and documentation
Climate Change (ipCC)                        Monday, 07 Dec 2009
Ms. Renate Christ                            Friday, 18 Dec 2009
ipcc-sec@wmo.int
+41 22 7308254
women in eUrope for a Common fUtUre          h-012 d                 No nukes in a Post-Kyoto Regime. WECF and partners report about their
(weCf)                                       Saturday, 12 Dec 2009   personal experiences with nuclear power, from the mine to storage, give
Ms. Sabine Bock                              Friday, 18 Dec 2009     succinct presentation of the technical side and present solutions for a just
sabine.bock@wecf.eu                                                  Post-Kyoto-Regime.
+49 89 232393812
women’s environment and development          h-012 C                 Global Gender and Climate Alliance (GGCA): Latest research and policy
organization (wedo), aCtionaid               Monday, 07 Dec 2009     advice on the gender implications of climate change, provided by the 13
international                                Friday, 18 Dec 2009     United Nations and 25 civil society organization members of the GGCA.
Ms. Cate Owren
cate@wedo.org
+1 212 9730325
world allianCe of ymCa** (ymCa)              h-004 d                 The theme is “Youth as Global Citizens: Caretakers of the Earth, Caretakers
Ms. Clarissa Balan                           Monday, 07 Dec 2009     of Humanity”. The exhibit shows how climate change affects daily life of
clarissa@ymca.int                            Saturday, 12 Dec 2009   young people from different backgrounds and from different parts of the
+41 22 8495115                                                       world, and how they adapt and combat climate change in their communities.
world assoCiation of girl gUides and girl    h-001 C                 Connect with youth to save our planet - the young WAGGGS delegates
sCoUts** (wagggs), world organization        Monday, 07 Dec 2009     will display information on adaptation/mitigation and disaster preparedness
of the sCoUt movement** (wosm)               Saturday, 12 Dec 2009   projects in their home countries. Activities include showing and
Ms. Bernadette Fischler                                              recording messages to the future with flipcams, paperless infosheets and a
bernadette@wagggsworld.org                                           competition
+44 7817 325311
world bank                                   h-021 a                 The World Bank at work in addressing climate change in support of
Mr. Jarl Krausing                            Monday, 07 Dec 2009     developing countries
jkrausing@worldbank.org                      Friday, 18 Dec 2009
+1 202 4589326


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world bUsiness CoUnCil for sUstainable   h-032 d                 World Business Council for Sustainable Development: dedictaed to
development (wbCsd)                      Monday, 07 Dec 2009     making a difference; display of publications
Mr. Varun Vats                           Friday, 18 Dec 2009
vats@wbcsd.org
+41 22 8393158
world health organization (who)          h-011 C                 Protecting health from climate change - an art exhibit to raise awareness
Ms. Ravini Senanayake                    Monday, 07 Dec 2009     and to support public health action.
senanayaker@who.int                      Friday, 18 Dec 2009
+0 22 7912339
world meteorologiCal organization        h-025 C                 WMO - UN Specialized Agency - and the National Meteorological and
(wmo)                                    Monday, 07 Dec 2009     Hydrological Services of its 188 members provide climate data and
Mr. Amir H. Delju                        Friday, 18 Dec 2009     information required for efficient mitigation and adaptation.
adelju@wmo.int
+41 22 7308360
world nUClear assoCiation (wna)          h-035 d                 Nuclear energy currently avoids the emission of over 2 billion tonnnes of
Mr. Jonathan Cobb                        Monday, 07 Dec 2009     carbon dioxide each year. Its future role will be to help meet the growing
cobb@world-nuclear.org                   Saturday, 12 Dec 2009   global demand for electricity, process heat, hydrogen and clean water.
+20 7451 1536
world oCean network** (won),             h-043 C                 How can civil society and private sector be mobilized on ocean issues and
international Coastal and oCean          Monday, 07 Dec 2009     climate change impacts and empowered to resolve the challenges they face
organization* (iCo)                      Friday, 18 Dec 2009     following the Copenhagen Agreement?
Mr. Manuel Cira
secretariat@worldoceannetwork.org
+33 3 21309993
world resoUrCes institUte (wri)          h-032 b                 WRI is an environmental think tank that goes beyond research to find
Ms. Raquel Gonzalez                      Monday, 07 Dec 2009     practical ways to protect the earth and improve people’s lives. WRI will
rgonzalez@wri.org                        Friday, 18 Dec 2009     present its latest research, tools and publications.
+1 202 7297847
world vision international* (wvi)        h-016 C                 World Vision is the world’s largest international aid and development
Mme Rachel Coghlan                       Monday, 07 Dec 2009     NGO. This exhibit will showcase our operational capacities and learnings
rachel.coghlan@worldvision.com.au        Saturday, 12 Dec 2009   in community-based climate change adaptation and mitigation in
+61 3 92872744                                                   developing countries among the poor.
world wind energy assoCiation (wwea)     h-034 C                 The International Renewable Energy Alliance (International Geothermal
Mr. Stefan Gsaenger                      Monday, 07 Dec 2009     Association, International Hydropower Association, International Solar
sg@wwindea.org                           Friday, 18 Dec 2009     Energy Society, World Bioenergy Association, World Wind Energy
+49 228 3694080                                                  Association) will show information on various aspects of renewable energy
                                                                 utilisation worldwide.
wUppertal institUte for Climate,         h-015 f                 The Wuppertal Institute provides information material on a wide range
environment and energy                   Monday, 07 Dec 2009     of issues such as equity considerations in the UNFCCC process and
Mr. Wolfgang Sterk                       Friday, 18 Dec 2009     post-2012 policy options, the Kyoto mechanisms and the EU emissions
wolfgang.sterk@wupperinst.org                                    trading scheme.
+49 202 2492149
wwf (wwf)                                h-003 a                 Vote earth! - WWF climate campaign stall, and policy information
Mr. Martin Hiller                        Monday, 07 Dec 2009
mhiller@wwfint.org                       Friday, 18 Dec 2009
+41 79 3472256
zoologiCal soCiety of london* (zsl)      h-043 a                 The coral reef crisis: The threat of ecosystem collapse from climate change
Ms. Aylin McNamara                       Monday, 07 Dec 2009     and ocean acidification has been reviewed by a Technical Working Group
aylin.mcnamara@zsl.org                   Saturday, 12 Dec 2009   at the Royal Society, 6th July 09. With supporting materials this exhibit
+44 207 4496287                                                  will present the critical viability threshold levels identified at this meeting.


                                                                 *, ** Provisionally admitted observer organizations in time for SB 30 and
                                                                 COP15 respectively, pending final decision at COP15.

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“…inSide
climate change”
pUbliCations                                            obServer
CoUnter                                                 organizations
                                                        ngO cOnstitUencies
Publications clearly attributed to a Party or an
admitted organization can be distributed and            The nine major groups identified as stakeholders in
displayed at the “…inSide climate change”               Agenda 21, the comprehensive plan of action for the
Publications Counter after approval. Please provide     Rio Declaration, are recognized as constituencies
a sample to the Observer Organizations Liaison          in the UNFCCC negotiation process. Plenary
Team, located in Hall H. The counter cannot manage      interventions, time permitting, are made per
large volumes, but will assist in changing the range    constituency, and their focal points interact with the
of documents. Organizers of exhibits are requested      secretariat as channels of communications with vast
to display and distribute documents at their exhibit    groups of constituents. These are: the business and
booths. Side event advertisements and invitations       industry non-governmental organizations (BINGO);
can be posted on the side event poster boards located   the environmental non-governmental organizations
throughout the conference venue.                        (ENGO); the indigenous peoples organizations
                                                        (IPO); the farmers non-governmental organizations
                                                        (Farmers)*; the local government and municipal
                                                        authorities (LGMA); the research and independent
 Documents deposited elsewhere or not                   non-governmental organizations (RINGO); the
 attributed will be removed.                            trade unions non-governmental organizations
                                                        (TUNGO); the women and gender non-governmental
                                                        organizations (Women and Gender)* and the youth
                                                        non-governmental organizations (YOUNGO)*.
◊ Contact information
  Ms. Irini Roumboglou
  Tel: +45 50 77 36 32




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OFFices, meeting ROOms
                                                       ◊ IPO
and daiLy meetings
                                                         Mr. Max Ooft
BINGO, ENGO, Farmers*, IPO, LGMA, RINGO,                 International Alliance of the Indigenous-Tribal
TUNGO and Women and Gender* constituencies               Peoples of the Tropical Forests
have office located in Hall H. The office of the         Tel: +597 885 8921
YOUNGO* constituency is located at the south end         ooftmax@sr.net / ooftmax@hotmail.com
of Hall C6. BINGO and ENGO constituencies have
dedicated meeting rooms that are located next to the   ◊ LGMA
NGO press briefing room in Hall H. Constituency          Mr. Yunus Arikan
daily meetings are also announced in the Daily           ICLEI – Local Governments for Sustainability
Programme and on CCTV. For further information           Tel: +49 228 976 299 20
on the work of the constituencies and booking of the     climate.center@iclei.org
BINGO and ENGO meeting rooms, please contact:
                                                       ◊ RINGO
◊ BINGO                                                  Ms. Monica Alessi
  Mr. Carlos Busquets                                    Centre for European Policy Studies
  International Chamber of Commerce                      Tel: +32 472 72 1868
  Tel: +33 1 49 53 29 75                                 ringos@ceps.eu / monica.alessi@ext.ceps.eu
  cbs@iccwbo.org
                                                       ◊ TUNGO
◊ ENGO                                                   Ms. Anabella Rosemberg
  Mr. David Turnbull                                     International Trade Union Confederation
  Climate Action Network International                   Tel: +33 1 55373737
  Tel: +1 202 609 9846                                   rosemberg@tuac.org
  dturnbull@climatenetwork.org
                                                       ◊ Women and Gender*
◊ Farmers*                                               Ms. Gotelind Alber
  Ms. Nora Ourabah                                       genderCC – Women for Climate Justice
  International Federation of Agricultural Producers     Tel: +49 151 15240802
  Tel: +33 1 45260553                                    g.alber@gendercc.net
  nora.ourabah@ifap.org



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                                                        FOssiL OF the day
◊ YOUNGO*
  Mr. Wilson Ang                                        6.00-6.15 p.m. daily
  Sustainable Markets Foundation – 350.org              Location: Hall H
  Mobile: +65 91474541
  wilson.ang@eco-singapore.org
                                                        tRaditiOnaL engO paRty
* Provisional constituency                              Saturday, 12 December at the Copenhagen nightclub
The three groups with an asterisk are recognized as     VEGA from 8 p.m. to 3 a.m. The COP15 shuttle bus
constituencies on a provisional basis pending a final   will pass VEGA every 10 minutes from 6 p.m. to 11
decision on their status before COP 17.                 p.m.

                                                        ◊ Location:
daiLy meetings
                                                          VEGA, Enghavevej 40, 1674 København V
BINGO                                 9.00-10.00 a.m.
IPO                                    8.30-9.30 a.m.
LGMA                                   8.30-9.30 a.m.
RINGO                               10.00-11.00 a.m.
                  (only on 8,10,15 and 17 December)
Farmers*                            11.00-12.00 noon
TUNGO                                 9.00-10.00 a.m.
YOUNGO*                                8.00-9.00 a.m.
Women and Gender*                    10.00-11.00 a.m.


Other ad hoc constituency meetings may be
announced in the Daily Programme and on CCTV.
Please also consult the CCTV monitors for last-
minute changes.




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room booking
and logistiCs
meeting ROOm assignment (mRa)                           cateRing
Room booking for a closed meeting is possible           If you wish to order catering for your side event,
on-site during the sessions, availability permitting.   please directly liaise with the catering company.
To book a meeting room, please complete the MRA
form and submit to meetingrequest@unfccc.int or         ◊ Catering focal point
to the MRA counter on-site. Room assignment will          Ms. Linda Lund Kjer
be confirmed one evening before the meeting date.         Sales and Project manager
Rooms are booked free of charge for a maximum of
one hour per organization per day. Please vacate the       Mr. Anders Emborg
rooms on time as meetings are booked back to back.         Food and beverage manager

                                                           Tel: +45 32 47 28 60
pRess bRieFings
                                                           Fax: +45 32 52 96 36
A press briefing room is available for observer            catering@bellacenter.dk
organizations that wish to book a thirty-minute slot       Web: catering.bellacenter.dk
for a press briefing.
                                                        The organizer must coordinate with the caterer to
◊ Contact information                                   ensure that all food and drinks are served after
  Ms. Carrie Assheuer                                   side events and is set up outside the rooms. It is the
  Tel: +45 32 47 51 20                                  responsibility of the organizer to ensure that side
  press@unfccc.int                                      event rooms and their surrounding areas are left in an
                                                        appropriate state for the next meeting.
cOnsignment
For consignment pick-up, please contact the shipment
focal points at the Information Counter on the ground
floor of Hall B.                                         Food and drinks are not permitted in the
                                                         side event rooms! Thank you for your
                                                         cooperation.




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greening Cop15
All organizers of side events and exhibits are          Enjoy fresh water for free
encouraged to help making COP15 as sustainable as       The quality of water from all taps in Denmark and
possible within the given conditions.                   Sweden matches at minimum the standard of bottled
                                                        water – in fact, it is better. By drinking tap water you
Minimise your waste and recycle                         help to reduce waste from empty bottles and save
Folders and brochures are often left behind             energy used for production and transportation. Last
at the conference site. Please use internet for         but not least, it will save you money. Refill your
communication to the highest degree possible in         bottle at the tap or any tap water station at Bella
order to avoid waste from paper and brochures.          Center.
UNFCCC’s side events and exhibits online system
allows the organizers to upload electronic files of     Any questions about sustainability?
flyers, brochures and presentations. If you have any    Ask the Green Team!
waste – please use Bella Center’s waste management      Do you have questions or comments concerning
system.                                                 COP15’s sustainable organization? We – employees
                                                        of the Danish Ministry of the Environment and the
Enjoy healthy food                                      Ministry of Climate and Energy – would like to
Sustainability is one of the main focal points when     hear your comments and questions. Please feel free
it comes to providing adequate and satisfactory         to contact any member of the COP15 Green Team
catering at COP15. Besides ensuring healthy, tasty,     present at Bella Center. They are easily recognizable
and reasonably priced food, Denmark has chosen          – wearing the official COP15 Green Team polo-
to guarantee a minimum of 65% organic food and          shirts.
beverages at the conference – also including fair-
trade products such as coffee and tea. Make a healthy
and green choice when buying food. Vegetables are
more sustainable and environmentally friendly than
meat.                                                    For more information please check:
                                                         www.sUstainabiLity.cOp15.dk




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Notices
The conference venue is a non-smoking environment.         This publication has been printed with the generous support
Smokers are encouraged to enjoy the fresh air outside      of the Danish Ministry of Foreign Affairs.
the conference venue.
                                                           In order to keep the hard copy circulation to the minimum,
                                                           the electronic version of this brochure is available on the
Food and drinks are not permitted in any of the            UNFCCC COP15 website.
meeting rooms. Your support is appreciated to keep
the meeting rooms in an uncluttered and clean state        Layout: Operate A/S
                                                           Print: Rosendahls - Schultz Grafisk. EMAS Registration
for subsequent meetings.
                                                           Licence no. 000235. ISO 14001 Certification. Ecolabelling
                                                           with the Nordic Swan, licence no. 541 176.
Please do not change the layout of the meeting
rooms.                                                     This brochure is printed on Cocoon, a white 100%
                                                           postconsumer waste paper and FSC certified.

                                                           the coP15 sustaiNability logo
                                                           The COP15 Sustainability logo is used to mark all
                                                           sustainable initiatives in relation to the organisation of
                                                           COP15 under the main responsibility of the Ministry of
 Dates anD DeaDlines in 2010                               Foreign Affairs of Denmark.


 Application for admission to the UNFCCC process

 ◊ 26 February 2010
      for provisional admission in time for SB 32

 ◊ 9 July 2010
      for provisional admission in time for COP 16

 ◊ The thirty-second sessions of the subsidiary bodies
      31 May to 11 June 2010

 Please check our website regularly for the deadlines
 for applications for side events and exhibits at future
 UNFCCC sessions.


                                                           Reg. NR.:
                                                           DK-000235
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