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1 UNFCCC secretariat, programme Fleur Newman, Programme Officer Breakout session 4.2 Procedure on significant deficiencies CMP & EB Mandates and 2012 Process 1st Sustainable Development Mechanisms Joint Coordination Workshop Bonn, Germany, March, 2012

2 Outline Recap EB 65 and CMP 7 mandates Set out the proposed action and timeline for this year

3 Background – EB 65, Meeting Report 110. The Board requested the secretariat to conduct a study involving experts in the relevant fields…the scope of the study should be a review of the availability of insurance and related products, including their cost, as well as any other means that are or may be available to DOEs, to address liability in the context of the draft procedure and the relevant rules applicable to DOEs under the CDM (including the CDM accreditation standard).

4 Background – EB 65, Meeting Report cont The Board requested the secretariat to report back….at a future meeting and subsequently organize a roundtable consultation with DOEs. The Board agreed to decide on the scope of the roundtable consultation at the meeting at which the Board considers the outcome of the study. The Board also decided to consider the outcome of the study and roundtable consultation at the meeting at which it further considers the draft procedure for adoption.

5 Background – Decision 8/CMP Welcomes the work undertaken by the Executive Board to address liability in the context of the draft procedure on significant deficiencies in validation, verification and certification reports; 13. Requests the secretariat and the Executive Board to further investigate the impact of potential approaches to address significant deficiencies in validation, verification and certification reports and to prepare a report on its findings;

6 Background – Decision 8/CMP.7 cont. 14. Also requests the Executive Board, in consultation with stakeholders, to revise the draft procedure based on its findings, taking into account conclusions, if any, on the appeals process under consideration of the Subsidiary Body for Implementation, with the aim of avoiding duplication and promoting efficiency, for adoption by the Conference of the Parties serving as the meeting of the Parties to the Kyoto Protocol at its eighth session.

7 Proposed actions 1.Conduct study involving experts (confidential to Board) 2.Report back to Board (confidential to Board) 3.Board considers report (confidential) & sets terms of reference for DOE roundtable meeting (public) 4.Invitation & provisional agenda sent to DOEs to attend roundtable meeting (confidential to invitees) Commenced EB 67 After EB 67

8 Proposed actions cont. 5.DOE roundtable meeting 6.Synthesis report incorporating results of expert report and roundtable meeting & including public recommendations 7.Revised draft procedure based on recommendations, taking into account stakeholder inputs 8.Report for CMP and draft procedure 1st week June 2012 EB 68 EB 69 CMP 8

9 Proposed timeline EB 67 CMP 8 DOE ROUNDTABLE EB 68 EB 70EB 69 Invitation & Agenda RecommendationsDraft procedureRoundtable ToR Draft procedure & CMP report May 7 -11w/e June 8July Sept Nov Nov 26 – Dec 7

10 Any questions on process?


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