Switzerland’s submissions within the framework of international climate negotiations (UNFCCC): 2013

Switzerland actively campaigns for a global climate regime that ensures adequate reductions in green-house gases and supports developing countries in their efforts to adapt to climate change. Submissions form an integral part of negotiations under the UNFCCC through which the Parties may introduce their views and proposals into the negotiation process.

September – December 2013

Means of Implementation (PDF, 105 kB, 29.10.2013)Submission of Liechtenstein, Mexico, Monaco, the Republic of Korea, and Switzerland. Environmental Integrity Group (EIG), UNFCCC

Arrangements for Intergovernmental Meetings (PDF, 45 kB, 16.10.2013)Submission of Liechtenstein, Mexico, Monaco, Republic of Korea and Switzerland. Environmental Integrity Group (EIG), UNFCCC

Views on the 2015 Agreement (PDF, 152 kB, 23.09.2013)Submission of Liechtenstein, Mexico, Monaco, the Republic of Korea, and Switzerland. Environmental Integrity Group (EIG), UNFCCC, ADP 2.3, workstream 1

Pre-2020 Mitigation: Implementation of all the elements of decision 1/CP.17, Matters related to paragraphs 7 and 8 (PDF, 39 kB, 23.09.2013)Submission of Liechtenstein, Mexico, Monaco, Republic of Korea and Switzerland. Environmental Integrity Group (EIG), UNFCCC, ADP Workstream 2

Non-market-based approaches (PDF, 126 kB, 12.09.2013)Submission of Liechtenstein, Mexico, Monaco, Republic of Korea, Switzerland. Environmental Integrity Group (EIG), UNFCCC, SBSTA 39

Framework for various approaches (PDF, 70 kB, 09.09.2013)Submission of Liechtenstein, Mexico, Monaco, Republic of Korea, Switzerland. Environmental Integrity Group (EIG), UNFCCC, SBSTA 39

Modalities and procedures for the new market-based mechanism (PDF, 71 kB, 09.09.2013)Submission of Liechtenstein, Mexico, Monaco, Republic of Korea, Switzerland. Environmental Integrity Group (EIG), UNFCCC, SBSTA 39

May – August 2013

Views on the work programmecontinuing the process of clarifying the quantified economy-wide emissionreduction targets of developed country Parties (PDF, 99 kB, 21.05.2013)Submission of Switzerland on behalf of the Environmental Integrity Group (EIG), comprising Liechtenstein,
Mexico, Monaco, the Republic of Korea, and Switzerland. UNFCCC, SBSTA 38

Views on the work programmeto further the understanding of the diversity of the nationally appropriate mitigation actions of developing country Parties (PDF, 121 kB, 21.05.2013)Submission of Switzerland on behalf of the Environmental Integrity Group (EIG), comprising Liechtenstein,
Mexico, Monaco, the Republic of Korea, and Switzerland. UNFCCC, SBI 38

Framework for various approaches (PDF, 90 kB, 17.05.2013)Submission of Liechtenstein, Mexico, Monaco, Republic of Korea, Switzerland. Environmental Integrity Group (EIG), UNFCCC, SBSTA 38.

Modalities and procedures for the new market-based mechanism (PDF, 73 kB, 17.05.2013)Submission of Liechtenstein, Mexico, Monaco, Republic of Korea, Switzerland. Environmental Integrity Group (EIG), UNFCCC, SBSTA 38.

January – April 2013

Ad Hoc Working Group on the Durban Platform for Enhanced Action (ADP): scope, design and structure of the future legally binding instrument (PDF, 114 kB, 04.03.2013)Submission of Switzerland on behalf of the Environmental Integrity Group (EIG) comprising Liechtenstein, Mexico, Monaco, the Republic of Korea and Switzerland. UNFCCC

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