Changement climatique

Bonn climate change talks June 1-12, 2009

FAO participated in the climate change talks in Bonn from 1-12 June 2009 trying to ensure that linkages between climate change, agriculture and food security issues are taken into account during the negotiations of a post-2012 climate change agreement. 

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Side events (co-)organized by FAO

05 June 2009

Agriculture, land and climate change (FAO)

METRO (MoT)

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  • Introduction - A comprehensive landscape approach for GHG mitigation (Peter Holmgren, Director Environment, Climate Change and Bioenergy Division, FAO)
  • Livestock management (Henning Steinfeld, Chief of Livestock Information and Policy Branch, FAO)
  • Grassland management (Constance Neely, Vice President for Advocacy, Heifer International)
  • Agroforestry (Peter Minang, Acting Global Coordinator, ASB Partnership for the Tropical Forest Margins at ICRAF)
  • Agriculture in the negotiations (Wendy Mann, Senior Advisor, Natural Resources Management and Environment Department, FAO)
  • Final remarks - A comprehensive landscape approach for GHG mitigation (Peter Holmgren, Director Environment, Climate Change and Bioenergy Division, FAO)

Side-event flyer

9 June 2009

MRV, multiple benefits & governance: Key issues for REDD implementation (UN-REDD Programme) 

Solar Room

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FAO presentations in other side events

Meeting the needs of the UNFCCC through improved climate observations (WMO)

  • GTOS - Framework and Status of ECVs for the Terrestrial Domain (John Latham/Peter Holmgren, FAO) GTOS--Latham
  • The role of ocean in climate change and impacts to coastal populations: The Manado Ocean Declaration, ENB coverage
  • Oceans, coasts and wetlands: vulnerability, adaptation and mitigation (Edward H. Allison, World Fish Centre and Cassandra de Young, FAO on behalf of the of the Partnership on Climate, Fisheries, and Aquaculture (PaCFA))

Statements

  • GTOS statement (John Latham/Peter Holmgren, FAO)
  • FAO statement on fisheries (made available during SBSTA, not officially presented)

Land day

6 June  2009

  • Rebuilding resilience – sustainable land management for climate mitigation and adaptation (Peter Holmgren, FAO)
  • Can Climate Change adaptation support the integration of land and water management issues? (Johan Kuylenstierna, UN-Water/FAO)

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