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CCXG Global Forum September 2017, BG1 2018 facilitative dialogue: options for outputs and outcomes by Yamide Dagnet

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CCXG Global Forum September 2017, BG1 2018 facilitative dialogue: options for outputs and outcomes by Yamide Dagnet

  1. 1. FACILITATIVE DIALOGUE 2018 CCXG 12-13 SEPTEMBER 2017 Yamide Dagnet, Project Director UNFCCC, WRI
  2. 2. Mapping of Inputs vs Outcomes (From the Friends of the FD 2018) • Where are we? • Where do we need to be? • How do we get there?
  3. 3. WHERE ARE WE? Discussion Stream Specific Questions for Discussion Examples of Inputs to the Discussion Key Messages from Discussion Inputs from IPCC Inputs from UNFCCC bodies /Processes Inputs from International Organizations Other inputs Where are We? • Emission gap? • Social, economic, environmental, sectoral impact? • Progress made? • climate investments? • Barriers & constrains? • Success stories & lessons? • Benefits of climate actions (jobs, death avoided, air quality)? • Special report on 1.5 • Other IPCC reports • IPCC Cities Report (March 2018) • Updated synthesis on the aggregate effect of the NDCs. • Outcome of MRV on implementation of the NDCs and other targets • Outcome of the 2016 FD • Yearbook of Climate Action (action by non- state actors) • Biennial assessment of climate finance, reports of in-session workshops on long-term climate finance in 2017 and 2018 • Reports from SCF, PCCB, CBIT, TEC & CTCN • Reports from associated funds AF, GEF’LDCF, GCF • UNEP gap report • IEA World Energy Outlook • WMO Status of the Global Climate • IMF/World Bank Meetings • IRENA RE statistics • REN21’s Renewables Global Status Report • ICAO and IMO reports • OECD reports • CBD, Global Biodiversity Outlook & Ocean Acidification Report • UNSG/UNFCCC report (Catalyzing Implementation of NDCs in SDG context) • Outcome of ILO, FAO Summit • Parties & Observer Submissions • Reports from other processes, such as the Montreal Protocol • A Better World Report (NCE) • Global Climate Action Summit in California • Clarity on the gap • Clarity on challenge, barriers & opportunities • Clarity on MoI & investments available made so far • Clarity on emissions pathway. • Transformation is underway but we can/ must do better/ faster • Identification of Front-runners
  4. 4. WHERE WE NEED TO BE? Discussion Stream Specific Questions for Discussion Examples of Inputs to the Discussion Key Messages to distill from Discussion Inputs from IPCC Inputs from UNFCCC bodies /Processes Inputs from International Organizations Other inputs Where we need to be? • What are the scenarios to reach 1.5 – 2 degree C and what do they entail? • What are the scenarios to enable peaking of emissions by the middle of the century? • What the world we want could look like in 2050? • Special report on 1.5 • WIM • SCF • Energy Outlook -IEA • FAO • AMAP • Task Force on Climate-related Financial Disclosures • Parties’ submissions • Observer submissions: • Outputs from regional organizations such as SPREP, 5Cs • CVF Summit • Clarity on the benefits of the 1.5 goal compared to 2C. • Understanding where we do not want to be: Outlook of the avoided cost, losses and damages. • Envisioning a decarbonized world, more resilient, sustainable economies. • Alignment with 2050 Long-term strategies
  5. 5. HOW WE GET THERE? Discussion Stream Specific Questions for Discussion Examples of Inputs to the Discussion Key Messages to distill from Discussion Inputs from IPCC Inputs from UNFCCC bodies /Processes Inputs from International Organizations Other inputs How d o we get there? • Additional mitigation opportunities? • Best practice to be scaled/shared regionally/globally? • Next technological changes? • Needs for implementation of NDC, preparation & enhancement ( ambition) of NDCs? • Best available technologies, practices and policies available to ramp up ambition? • Special report on 1.5 • IPCC Cities Report • Other IPCC reports • The lessons and outputs of the Technical Examination Meetings (TEMs), • Opportunities identified through Global Climate Action Agenda, summarized in Yearbook • IRENA (how the transition to renewables could help limit global warming) • REN21 Renewables Global Futures Report • IEA Energy, Climate Change and Environment Insights • OECD reports • FAO Summit • IMF/WB Meeting • Task Force on Climate-related Financial Disclosures • Parties & Observer submissions • A Better World Report (NCE) • Global Climate Action Summit in California • Clarity on the emissions pathway. • Identification of solutions/ options best practices • Opportunities for enhanced cooperation • Commitments to go further faster • Mandate to UNFCCC bodies, Secretariat • Encouragement to Parties, Observers
  6. 6. 2017 2018 2019 2020 NDC communication 9-12 months ahead of COP26 FD2018
  7. 7. Strategies to achieve these outcomes (Part 1) Suggestions of Key Events/Moments to Prioritize Climate Summit (Dec 2017) WEF (Jan 2018) UNFCCC Intersessions (May/June 2018) GCAS (Mid- September 2018) UNGA (End of September 2018) Publication of IPCC report (30th September 2018) COP24 (December 2018) G7? G20?
  8. 8. Implications on the design of the FD 2018
  9. 9. Implications on the design/Modalities of the FD 2018 – Management of Inputs ➢Share the burden (screening) between the Presidency, the UNFCCC Secretariat, the UNFCCC Bodies, the Champions o UNFCCC Bodies and SBs: specific reports (finance, tech, CB, adaptation) o The UNFCCC Secretariat: inputs for the Synthesis and Gap reports (including from UNFCCC bodies, submissions of Parties and Observers, MRV processes and others), o The Champions: inputs for the yearbook (NAZCA and other non-state actors inputs) o Presidency: IPCC, facilitate bridging non-state actors/Parties, etc… ➢Leveraging the outcome of other key events e.g.: Climate Summit in Paris (Dec 2017), WEF, Global Climate Action Summit (California), UNGA… o E.g. GCAS (California): o Transformation underway o Non-state actors can and will do more - should be taken into account by Governments o Call for action to Heads of State (triggering a response) ➢Timing of inputs is key o Ahead of the inter-session in May/June: inputs by March 2018? o Ahead of pre-COP and COP: inputs by 30th September (including IPCC)?
  10. 10. Implications on the design/Modalities of the FD 2018 - Embracing the Talanoa Concept ➢Story telling of success stories, lessons learnt, best practices, ways to overcome barriers ➢Space for commending efforts/front-runners ➢Keeping Common Goal Within Reach, through collective intent of enhancing NDCs by 2020. ➢Learning Process  Types of enhancements (ambition, implementation, clarity and understanding of efforts) ➢Layers (technical, political, expert, high level) of discussions and communication to inform the decision making process ➢Inclusive participation o Party-driven o Inputs from Observer organization (submissions, observer to UNFCCC committee/bodies) o Participation in Talanoa (co-leadership/chairing as under the Open Government Partnership?)
  11. 11. YDagnet@WRI.org ENorthrop@wri.org Yamide Dagnet, UNFCCC Lead, Eliza Northrop, Associate Climate Program, World Resources Institute +1 301 605-5796

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