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12. Paragraph 1 above shall not, however, preclude u State or regional economic integration organization, when signing, ratifying, accepting, approving or acceding to this convention, from making declarations or statements, provided that such declarations or statements do not purport to exclude or to modify the effects of the provisions of the Convention in their application to that state or regional economic integration organization.]
Writtea Hotification of withdrawal from Conveation 1. At any tio aftor (throol (five) years from the date on which this Convention has entered into force for i Party, that Party may withdraw from the convention by giving written notification to the Depositary. Bffective Date of withdrawal 2. Any such withdrawal shall take effect upon expiry of (six months) (one year) from the date of its receipt by the Depositary, or on such later date as may be specified in the notification of the withdrawal. withdrawal frou Convention considered as withdrawal from Protocol 3.
Any Party that withdraws from this convention shall be considered as also having withdrawn froa any protocol to which it is a Party.
The original of this convention, of which the Arabic, Chinese, English, French, Russian and Spanish texts are equally authentic, shall be deposited with the Secretary-General of the United Nations.
IN WITNESS WEERBOP the undersigned, being duly authorized to that offect, have signed this convention.
(RESEARCH TECHNOLOGICALI ((AND) DEVELOPMENT |
RESEARCH AND SYSTEMATIC OBSERVATION) 1: /
Same text as in N/AC.237/15, Annex II
1. Reports submitted pursuant to Article (VII. 1.) (Reporting) (shall) (may) contain l. inter alig, l the following information:
Description of relevant national circumstances relating to climate
(The measures it is taking to implement this convention, including
(For developed country Parties, l (and developing country Parties)
Por developing country Parties, (projects for) (requirements of ]
(Effective measurus in fulfilment of obligations and specific
cooperation on transfer of technology: 1
where there is no methodology agreed under the present Convention;) 1(k) Efforts l.as appropriate, ) to coordinate and harmonize measures to
avoid trade distortions; )
observation programes and participation in International
programmes ; ) (m) National (programmes ) (measuros) and international cooperation with
regard to education, training and public awarınos (and technology
with another Party 'or Parties;) and
objective of the convention. Purther, reports may, on a voluntary basis, identify proposed projects :: need of investment including specific technologios, materials, equipment, techniques or practices that would be needed to implement such projects and an est Loate of the costs and not greenhouse gas emission reduction associated therewith.
3. (A Party may designato (the following) (any) typolo) of information
(A Party and the Advisory Committee on Implementation may agree that cortain information contained in the report of that party is confidential. Categories of confidential information include: ) (la) Information that is directly related to the national defence (and
socurityl of that Partyol
(significant, economic or commercial dislocation for that party; or ((d) Such other information as Ithe Party believes is confidentiall
agreed upon) (thought necessary by the Party) (by the Party and the Advisory Committee on Implementation).111
There should be ustablished, as an integral part of the Convention,
Revenue for the pool should be drawn from mandatory sources, in particular developed country assessments;
The financial resources of the Pool should be now, additional and adequate;
The Pool should be under the control and direction of tho
The resources of the Pool should be used to compensate the most vulnerable small island and low-lying coustal dovoloping countries for loss and damage resulting from sea level rise.
The Parties further recognize that the formulation of a scheme for a Pool involves consideration of the following main questions:
Mothods of funding a Pool;
Criteria for establishing entitlement to claim against the Pool;
Methods of evaluating loss resulting from sea level rise; and
Limitations on the amount of compensation payable by the pool. The Parties accordingly agr.. as follows:
The financial burden of loss and damage suffered by the most
The administrating authority for the scheme (hereinafter referred to as "the Authority, shall be a body controlled on an equitable basis by the Group i and Group 2 countries within the framework o: the Conference of the Parties;
The contributions referred to in paragraph (b) shall be calculated according to a formula modelled on the 1963 Brussel. Supplementary convention on Third Party Liability in the field of Nuclour Energy, as follows:
as to 501, on the basis of the ratio between the gross national product at current prices of each Group 3 country and the total of the grow national products of all Group 2 countries in the year prior to the your in which the contribution was levied (hereinafter referred to as "the contribution year");
as to 506, on the basis of the ratio between the total
to the contribution your;
No right to claim against the Pool in respect of loss or damage in any area of 1 Group 1 country shall arise untils
It shall have been established to the satisfaction of the Authority that the rate of global mean sea level rise and the absolute level of global woan soa lovel sise has reached agreed figures;
it shall have been established to the satisfaction of
In the first instance those areas of Group 1 countries which would be directly affected by sea level rise to a level of an agreed number of cont imetros above the base levels coferred to in paragraph (9) (ii) shall be valued for insurance. Marketed assets shall be valued on the basis of gross domestic product for the insurod area in question. Non-marketed interests shall be valued on the basis of formula. to be agrood;