Bonn Climate Conference Outcomes
7th July 2022
During the 56th session of the subsidiary bodies Bonn Climate Change Conference held between 6 and 16 of June 2022, all Parties to the UNFCCC came together to make progress towards the UN Climate Change Conference (COP27) taking place in November 2022.
The Institute was on the ground in Bonn as an Observer to follow the negotiations process, engage in discussions at the appropriate forums and liaise with delegates and participants.
In this newly released report, we outline our main takeaways from the conference, highlighting key discussions conducted in the areas most relevant for CCS, including the Global Stocktake (GST) of the Paris Agreement and Article 6 negotiations. We further unpack:
- The Bonn climate negotiation outcomes
- The CCS insights that emerged
- The next steps towards COP 27
The report, authored by the Institute's Senior Policy Adviser on International Climate Change, Noora Al Amer, is the first of a series dedicated to COP27 and the role of CCS in the implementation of the Paris Agreement.
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