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Article 6 of the Convention : Framework Convention on Climate Change : education, training and public awareness : draft conclusions
Conference of the Parties to the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change. Subsidiary Body for Scientific and Technological Advice (16th sess. : 2002 : Bonn). Chairman.
UNITEDNATIONSDistr.LIMITEDFCCC/SBSTA/2002/L.1112 June 2002Original: ENGLISHSUBSIDIARY BODY FOR SCIENTIFIC AND TECHNOLOGICAL ADVICESixteenth sessionBonn, 5–14 June 2002Agenda item 9ARTICLE 6 OF THE CONVENTION: EDUCATION, TRAINING AND PUBLIC AWARENESSDraft conclusions proposed by the Chair1.The SBSTA took note of document FCCC/SBSTA/2002/MISC.13 containing submissions fromParties on the draft terms of reference of the workshop to develop a work programme on Article 6 of theConvention, and of the report of the pre-sessional workshop held on 2 and 3 June 2002(FCCC/SBSTA/2002/INF.10).2.The SBSTA expressed appreciation to the Governments of Belgium, the Netherlands, and theUnited States of America for their financial support for the workshop, and for the activities of thesecretariat related to Article 6.3.The SBSTA also took note of the oral reports by one of the co-chairs on the pre-sessionalworkshop and by the secretariat on this agenda item, and welcomed progress made in connection with theimplementation of Article 6 of the Convention.4.The SBSTA noted with appreciation the report made by the Secretary of the IntergovernmentalPanel on Climate Change (IPCC), on the status of the translation process for the Third AssessmentReport and its synthesis report, and urged the IPCC to ensure timely translation of core documents in thefuture.5.The SBSTA noted that climate change could not be selected as the theme of World EnvironmentDay in 2003, as another theme had already been selected, and invited the secretariat:(a)To explore further with UNEP the extent to which this option could be taken up in afuture year;(b)To conduct further consultations with relevant international organizations with a view toproviding information to the SBSTA at its seventeenth session on the procedures and resourcerequirements for designating a climate change day.
FCCC/SBSTA/2002/L.11EnglishPage 26.The SBSTA recalled the conclusions adopted at its fifteenth session (FCCC/SBSTA/2001/8,para. 45 (d)), and requested the secretariat to prepare, for consideration at its eighteenth session, a reporton the possible structure and content of an information clearing house on Article 6, building on thetechnology information system (TT:CLEAR), and identifying institutions that could host and provideregular support for such a clearing house.7.The SBSTA acknowledged the possible scope of activities of a work programme, which couldinclude:(a)Education, which occurs in formal and non-formal settings and aims at facilitating andorienting personal learning processes, imparting the knowledge needed to comprehend, inter alia, theinterrelated nature of climate change issues, and influencing attitudes and behaviours within the overallcontext of sustainable development;(b)Training, which is directed towards selected target audiences and seeks to impart specifictechnical skills and knowledge that have a practical application. Examples include the ability to gather,model, and interpret climate data, to conduct inventories of national emissions, and to formulate andimplement national programmes;(c)Public awareness activities, which can be conducted through a variety of modalities andaim at creating interest and concern for certain issues that in turn translate into changes in attitude andbehaviour;(d)Public participation in climate change issues, which can be defined as the involvement ofall people, in particular stakeholders with a direct interest or concern, in understanding and addressingclimate change;(e)Public access to information, which can be enhanced, inter alia, by wider circulation andavailability of relevant documentation and other materials, in appropriate languages, and by using avariety of mechanisms, such as the mass media and the Internet;(f)Subregional, regional and international cooperation in the above activities, which canenhance the collective ability of Parties to implement the Convention, as well as the efforts ofintergovernmental and non-governmental organizations to contribute to its implementation. Suchcooperation can enhance synergies between different conventions, and improve the effectiveness of allsustainable development efforts.8.In the light of the evolving work programme, and to facilitate reporting by Parties, the SBSTAtook note of the need to consider reviewing, at a future session, the guidelines for nationalcommunications from Annex I Parties as they relate to Article 6 activities.9.The SBSTA invited the SBI to consider, at its seventeenth session, the issue of the financial andtechnical support in the implementation of a work programme on Article 6, taking into accountdecision 6/CP.7, paragraph 1 (h).11Decision 6/CP.7 paragraph 1(h), states:″1.Decidesthat, in accordance with Articles 4.3, 4.5 and 11.1 of the Convention, the GEF, as an operating entity of the financialmechanism, should provide financial resources to developing country Parties, in particular the least developed and the smallisland developing States among them, for the following activities, including those identified in paragraph 7 of decision 5/CP.7:(h) Undertaking more in-depth public awareness and education activities and community involvement and participation inclimate change issues″.
FCCC/SBSTA/2002/L.11EnglishPage 310.The SBSTA noted the need for the secretariat to continue work in this area, subject to theavailability of supplementary funding in the current biennium, and recalled the conclusions adopted at itsfifteenth session (FCCC/SBSTA/2001/8, para. 45 (a)). It invited Parties, particularly those included inAnnex I to the Convention, to contribute generously for this purpose.11.The SBSTA formulated a draft decision on this subject (FCCC/SBSTA/2002/L.11/Add.1) forpossible adoption by the COP at its eighth session, and agreed to transmit this draft decision for furtherconsideration at SBSTA 17.
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