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INF. 7, Corr. 1

Table 1. Overview of grants received: January '94 - February '96

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Grants received are accounted for in FF
Indicates funds donated for Programme Managers Post

Includes expected US State Department Grani (250,000 FF)

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INTERGOVERNMENTAL NEGOTIATING COMMITTEE
FOR A FRAMEWORK CONVENTION ON CLIMATE CHANGE
Eleventh session
New York, 6-17 February 1995
Item 7 (a) of the provisional agenda

MATTERS RELATING TO COMMITMENTS

FIRST REVIEW OF INFORMATION COMMUNICATED BY EACH PARTY

INCLUDED IN ANNEX I TO THE CONVENTION

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V.

POLICIES AND MEASURES TO LIMIT ANTHROPOGENIC
EMISSIONS AND PROTECT AND ENHANCE SINKS AND
RESERVOIRS OF GREENHOUSE GASES

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B.
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Approach to the review of policies and measures
Analysis of trends in policies and measures by sector
Research and development
Measures under consideration or requiring international ?

cooperation
Summary conclusions

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E.

VI.

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VII.

FINANCE, TECHNOLOGY AND CAPACITY BUILDING

151-177

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A. Financial mechanism

Financial resources through bilateral, regional and other

multilateral channels
C.. Transfer of technology
D. Adaptation
E. Capacity building
F. Assistance to countries with economies in transition

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165-168
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Inventories of anthropogenic emissions and removals in 1990: tables

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List of tables

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1. Projected anthropogenic emissions of CO, (excluding land use change and forestry)
2. CQ, projections in land use change and forestry
3. Projected anthropogenic omissions of CH.
4. Projected anthropogenic emissions of NGO
5. Projections for other greenhouse gases
6. Projected anthropogenic emissions of all greenhouse gases (excluding land use

change and forestry)
1. Projected anthropogcaic emissions and removals of all greenhouse gases

8. Contributions to the GEF from reporting Parties (for all focal areas)
Al. Anthropogenic CO2 emissions, excluding land use change and forestry, 1990
A.2. Anthropogenic Co, emissions from fuel combustion, 1990
A.3. Anthropogenic emissions and removals from land use change and forestry

and impacts on total CO2 emissions, 1990
A.4. Anthropogenic emissions of CH., 1990
A.S. Anthropogenic emissions of NGO, 1990
1.6. Anthropogenic emissions from international bunkers
A.1. Anthropogenic emissions of other greenhouse gases, 1990
A.8. Anthropogenic emissions of precursor gases, 1990

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64 66 68 70 71 72

List of figures

1. Distribution of policies and measures by sector
A.1. Distribution of CO2 emissions by sub-source category
A.2. Distribution of CH, emissions by source category.
A.3. Distribution of N2O emissions by source category

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