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  • 1. Climate Change Expert Group www.oecd.org/env/cc/ccxg.htm Gilberto Arias and Paul Watkinson Breakout Group A Designing a flexible and durable 2015 agreement CCXG Global Forum 19 March 2014
  • 2. 2 Climate Change Expert Group Key emerging themes (1 of 2)  Emphasis on co-operation, incentives, inclusiveness, facilitation  Language: perhaps “adjustments” not the best term  Review-ist and transformation-ist schools of thought  Difficult to change outcomes of domestic policy making processes once completed  Need long term perspective, context of 2 degree curve, encourage early action
  • 3. 3 Climate Change Expert Group Key emerging themes (2 of 2)  Calls for clarification of time frames, successive contribution periods could have complementary functions  Information on implementation of actions and adherence is an important policy lever  Need more creative ways to discourage backsliding – moratoriums, safety valves, facilitative mechanisms, rebalancing of packages of contributions  Agreement to embrace role of non-UNFCCC actors  Process will be started not completed in 2015, consider “potential” of the 2015 agreement