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Part IV : General description of steps taken or envisaged to implement the Convention. Dr Isabelle NIANG-DIOP CGE member University Cheikh Anta Diop (Dakar). The « new » guidelines (doc FCCC/SBI/2002/L26/Add.1).

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part iv general description of steps taken or envisaged to implement the convention

Part IV : General description of steps taken or envisaged to implement the Convention

Dr Isabelle NIANG-DIOP

CGE member

University Cheikh Anta Diop (Dakar)

UNFCCC Workshop on the use of the guidelines, Mauritius, 8-11 april 2003

the new guidelines doc fccc sbi 2002 l26 add 1
The « new » guidelines (doc FCCC/SBI/2002/L26/Add.1)
  • 26. NAI Parties « may provide information on programmes containing measures to mitigate climate change … and measures to facilitate adequate adaptation to CC, following the provisions in these guidelines »
  • Refers to Article 4, paragraph 7 and as appropriate paragraphs 3 and 5 of the Convention

UNFCCC Workshop on the use of the guidelines, Mauritius, 8-11 april 2003

the new guidelines doc fccc sbi 2002 l26 add 13
The « new » guidelines (doc FCCC/SBI/2002/L26/Add.1)
  • 29. NAI Parties « should provide information on their vulnerability to the adverse effects of climate change, and on adaptation measures being taken to meet their specific needs and concerns arising from these adverse effects »

UNFCCC Workshop on the use of the guidelines, Mauritius, 8-11 april 2003

cge findings
CGE Findings
  • Difficulties in applying the IPCC technical guidelines due to: suitability of methods and tools, lack of national capacities to apply them, lack of data, lack of institutional frameworks and financial resources
  • Few information on extreme events and their relation to CC. Need for assistance for disaster preparedness
  • Difficulties to dissociate impacts from CC and from climate variability

UNFCCC Workshop on the use of the guidelines, Mauritius, 8-11 april 2003

cge findings5
CGE Findings
  • Limitations of climate change scenarios (spatial resolution problems)
  • Insufficient consideration for socio-economic and environmental scenarios
  • Lack of impacts models, especially for health, human settlements, terrestrial ecosystems, tourism
  • Uncertainties (time frames)

UNFCCC Workshop on the use of the guidelines, Mauritius, 8-11 april 2003

cge findings6
CGE Findings
  • New tools for integrated assessment, policy development and decision support
  • Identification and evaluation of specific adaptation strategies not adequatly addressed by the guidelines; insufficient consideration of traditional adaptation options
  • Limited assessment of adaptation options (lists of measures qualitatively assessed), no costing, prioritization

UNFCCC Workshop on the use of the guidelines, Mauritius, 8-11 april 2003

cge findings7
CGE Findings
  • Adaptation options better addressed in limited sectors: agriculture, water ressources, coastal zones
  • Integration of adaptation in long term planning
  • Adaptation at a regional or sub-regional level
  • Lack of data useful for V&A studies

UNFCCC Workshop on the use of the guidelines, Mauritius, 8-11 april 2003

cge findings8
CGE Findings
  • Inadequate institutional arrangements
  • Need for greater participation of different stakeholders
  • Limited human resources capacity
  • Need for specific training and support for national coordinators

UNFCCC Workshop on the use of the guidelines, Mauritius, 8-11 april 2003

new guidelines reporting
New Guidelines : Reporting
  • Indicate the scope of the V&A study (sectors, areas most vulnerable)
  • Description of approaches, methodologies, tools used, including scenarios, and uncertainties
  • Information on the vulnerability to the impacts of CC and their adaptation
  • Information and evaluation of strategies and measures for adapting to CC
  • Report on the use of policy frameworks (NAPAs) for developing and implementing adaptation strategies

UNFCCC Workshop on the use of the guidelines, Mauritius, 8-11 april 2003

cge recommendations doc fccc sbi 2001 15
CGE Recommendationsdoc FCCC/SBI/2001/15
  • Develop methods and tools for assessing climate and non-climate related changes in economic, social and environmental systems within time frames relevant for policy process
  • Develop and enhance methods for identifying, characterizing, evaluating and prioritizing adaptation strategies

UNFCCC Workshop on the use of the guidelines, Mauritius, 8-11 april 2003

cge recommendations doc fccc sbi 2001 1511
CGE Recommendationsdoc FCCC/SBI/2001/15
  • Develop new methods and tools to facilitate integrated V&A assessments compatible with the situation of non annex I countries
  • Provide methodologies and models for impacts studies on human health, human settlements, terrestrial ecosystems and tourism

UNFCCC Workshop on the use of the guidelines, Mauritius, 8-11 april 2003

what s new
What’s new ?
  • Data : state of implementation of decisions 14/CP2 and 5/CP5
  • Scenarios
    • Regional CC scenarios : see Precis, AIACC projects and IPCC TAR
    • Socio-economic scenarios: use of SRES (ipcc-ddc.cru.uea.ac.uk), UNDP project;
    • Extreme events : Tyndall Centre (WP6), CLIVAR

UNFCCC Workshop on the use of the guidelines, Mauritius, 8-11 april 2003

what s new13
What’s new ?
  • Impact models: health sector (WHO)
  • Adaptation : Adaptation Policy Framework, NAPAs

UNFCCC Workshop on the use of the guidelines, Mauritius, 8-11 april 2003

useful web sites
Useful web sites
  • www.unfccc.int
  • www.gefweb.org/climate
  • ipcc-ddc.cru.uea.ac.uk
  • www.unep.org
  • www.undp.org/cc
  • http://www.tyndall.ac.uk
  • www.knmi.nl/samenw.eca/indicator_description
  • www.start.org/Projects/AIACC_Project/aiacc.html

UNFCCC Workshop on the use of the guidelines, Mauritius, 8-11 april 2003

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