Il testo originale delle decisioni finali di Montreal

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Cop/Mop-1

The Conference of the Parties serving as the meeting of the Parties to the Kyoto Protocol, at its first session,

1. Decides to initiate a process to consider further commitments for Parties included in Annex I for the period beyond 2012 in accordance with Article 3, paragraph 9, of the Protocol;

2. Decides further that the process shall begin without delay and shall be conducted in an open-ended ad hoc working group of Parties to the Kyoto Protocol, hereby established, which will reportto each session of the Conference of the Parties serving as the meeting of the Parties to the Kyoto Protocol on the status of this process;

3. Agrees that the group shall aim to complete its work and have its results adopted by theConference of the Parties serving as the meeting of the Parties to the Kyoto Protocol as early as possible and in time to ensure that there is no gap between the first and second commitment periods;

4. Agrees further that this group will meet for the first time in conjunction with the twenty-fourth sessions of the subsidiary bodies (May 2006) and that subsequent meetings will be scheduled, as necessary, by the group;

5. Invites Parties to submit to the secretariat, by 15 March 2006, their views regarding Article 3, paragraph 9, of the Kyoto Protocol, to be compiled and made available to the group prior to its first meeting.

Cop-11

The Conference of the Parties,

1. Resolves to engage in a dialogue, without prejudice to any future negotiations, commitments, process, framework or mandate under the Convention, to exchange experiences and analyse strategic approaches for long-term cooperative action to address climate change that includes,
inter alia, the following areas:
(a) Advancing development goals in a sustainable way
(b) Addressing action on adaptation
(c) Realizing the full potential of technology
(d) Realizing the full potential of market-based opportunities;

2. Further resolves that the dialogue will take the form of an open and non-binding exchange of views, information and ideas in support of enhanced implementation of the Convention, and will not open any negotiations leading to new commitments;
3. Agrees that the dialogue will be informed by the best available scientific information and assessment on climate change and its impacts from the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change, as well as other relevant scientific, technical, social and economic information;
4. Further agrees that the dialogue should enable Parties to continue to develop effective and appropriate national and international responses to climate change, and serve as a forum for identifying actions to promote research, development, and deployment of, as well as investment in, cleaner technologies and infrastructure;
5. Further agrees that the dialogue should identify approaches which would support, and provide the enabling conditions for, actions put forward voluntarily by developing countries that promote local sustainable development and mitigate climate change in a manner appropriate to national circumstances, including concrete actions to enable countries, in particular developing countries, to


manage and adapt to climate change;
6. Further agrees that the dialogue should explore ways and means to promote access by developing countries to cleaner and climate-friendly technologies and technologies for adaptation through the creation of enabling environments, concrete actions and programmes;
7. Decides that:
(a) The dialogue will be conducted under the guidance of the Conference of the Parties and will take place in up to four workshops, where possible pre-sessional workshops, open to all Parties, to be organized by the secretariat, subject to the availability of resources;
(b) The dialogue will be facilitated by two co-facilitators, one from a Party included in Annex I to the Convention and one from a Party not included in Annex I to the Convention, who will be selected by each group, respectively;
(c) The two co-facilitators will report on the dialogue and on the information and diversity of views presented by Parties to the twelfth (November 2006) and thirteenth (December 2007) sessions of the Conference of the Parties;
8. Invites Parties to submit to the secretariat, no later than 15 April 2006, their initial views on the issues to be discussed in this dialogue and requests the secretariat to make these submissions available to the first workshop;
9. Notes that the organization of the discussions will require additional resources to enable the participation of delegates from eligible Parties and to enable the secretariat to provide the necessary support for the dialogue;
10. Encourages Parties to provide additional contributions to the Trust Fund for Participation in the Unfccc Process and additional supplementary funds for the work of the secretariat to support this dialogue with the understanding that the dialogue will be conducted in the most cost-effective way.