European Capacity Building Initiative

Meeting Reports

The 2006 ECBI Oxford Fellowships brought together 11 Fellows, Senior Fellows, and Supernumerary Fellows to engage in a number of trust-building activities.

The 2006 ECBI Oxford Fellowships brought together 11 Fellows, Senior Fellows, and Supernumerary Fellows from Bhutan, Brazil, China, India, Maldives, Mexico, Niger, South Africa, The Gambia, and Zambia, and negotiators from France, Germany, Portugal, Sweden, the UK, the Finnish EU Presidency and the European Commission between 24 August and 1 September to engage in a number of trust-building activities.

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September, 2006

2008 ecbi Regional Workshop for South and South East Asia.

2008 ecbi Regional Workshop for South and South East Asia

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August, 2008

Report of the 2011 Oxford Seminar

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November, 2011

COP12/MOP2 Side Event

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November, 2007

East and Southern Africa Workshop 2006

East and Southern Africa Workshop 2006

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Benito Müller
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September, 2006

2008 ecbi Oxford Fellowships & Seminar

2008 ecbi Oxford Fellowships & Seminar

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September, 2008

ecbi Regional Workshop: South Africa, East Africa and Asia

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Euster Kibona, Kaijage Erneus, Linda Kiluma
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December, 2011

The 2014 ecbi Bonn Seminar took place at the Altes Rathaus in Bonn, Germany, on the afternoon of 9 June. The Seminar was attended by over 45 negotiators and representatives from developing countries and Europe, including the two Chairs of the Ad-Hoc Group on the Durban Platform (ADP), the key negotiating body for the future climate agreement.

The 2014 ecbi Bonn Seminar took place at the Altes Rathaus in Bonn, Germany, on the afternoon of 9 June. The Seminar was attended by over 45 negotiators and representatives from developing countries and Europe, including the two Chairs of the Ad-Hoc Group on the Durban Platform (ADP), the key negotiating body for the future climate agreement.

Discussions were held on: financial support for climate change; whether or not the post-2015 climate agreement should differentiate expected engagement of countries by using ex-ante country lists (Annexes); and how to ensure a just outcome, both with respect to equity (intragenerational justice) and ambition (intergenerational justice).

Bo Kjellén, Co-Chair of the ecbi Advisory Committee, opened the meeting and chaired the sessions. The proceedings began with the reading of a message from the Lord Mayor of Bonn, Jürgen Nimptsch, who praised the ecbi for “opening doors for trust and understanding in the global climate debate by advancing an exchange between … North and South”

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Anju Sharma
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June, 2014

The 2006 ecbi Oxford Fellowships and Seminar, at Trinity College.

2006 ECBI OXFORD FELLOWSHIPS AND SEMINAR 24/30 AUGUST - 1 SEPTEMBER 2006 TRINITY COLLEGE, OXFORD, UK

TRINITY COLLEGE, OXFORD, UK

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September, 2006

2008 ecbi Oxford Fellowships and Seminar Report

2008 ecbi Oxford Fellowships and Seminar Report

During the Colloquium, the Fellows discussed in detail issues of particular relevance at this stage of the UNFCCC negotiation process: finance and adaptation; the future of the Clean Development Mechanism (CDM); technology transfer under the Bali Action Pan and the implementation of paragraph 1.b of the Bali Action Pan. The Fellowship Colloquium was followed by the Oxford Seminar from 5 to 7 September at the Oxford Town Hall. This gave the Fellows the opportunity to engage in discussions with their European colleagues. 

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October, 2008

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