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An initial call for public input was opened in October 2011 and closed on 16 January 2012 for the purpose of encouraging the suggestion of issues to be addressed in the dialogue, including the identification of external forces, challenges, opportunities, and broad directions.

At the request of stakeholders, the deadline for submissions was extended to 21 January.

The UNFCCC compiled a synthesis report summarizing the issues raised in the submissions to the calls for input on the CDM policy dialogue. Click on the report to access it.

Synthesis report of the call for input on the CDM policy dialogue (07.03.2012)

Links to input received in response to this call can be seen below:

Submission Date Submission
18 November 2011 University of southern Queensland / Tim Cadman (515 KB)
29 November 2011 Kasinag (48 KB)
02 December 2011 UEA Members Alliance (24 MB)
03 December 2011 Climate Experts / Naoki Matsuo (101 KB)
04 January 2012 Thomas Grammig (91 KB)
05 January 2012 EPRI / Adam Diamant (1347 KB)
05 January 2012 EPRI / Adam Diamant (2776 KB)
06 January 2012 Asociacion Ambientalista de Chiriqui (100 KB)
07 January 2012 paryavaranmitra (100 KB)
08 January 2012 Peter Newell (101 KB)
09 January 2012 The Climate Concept Foundation / Christopher Brandt (69 KB)
11 January 2012 Universität Mainz / David Franzreb (334 KB)
11 January 2012 Project Developer Forum / Gareth Phillips (69 KB)
12 January 2012 Jessica Wade-Murphy de Jimenez (320 KB)
12 January 2012 World Bank (211 KB)
13 January 2012 Centre for European Policy Studies (CEPS) (1268 KB)
13 January 2012 AIGN/BCA (1712 KB)
13 January 2012 Cornie Huizenga (232 KB)
13 January 2012 Gujarat Forum on CDM (82 KB)
13 January 2012 Nexus (129 KB)
14 January 2012 International Rivers (167 KB)
14 January 2012 Perspectives GmbH (22 KB)
15 January 2012 Tomoyuki Igarashi (41 KB)
15 January 2012 khalid maqsoodkhokhar, m/s.k.national traders (39 KB)
15 January 2012 Carbon ReDress (403 KB)
16 January 2012 INBAR (152 KB)
16 January 2012 Pravin Jadhav (22 KB)
16 January 2012 Dialo Umkele (97 KB)
16 January 2012 Werner Betzenbichler / DIA (76 KB)
16 January 2012 CSE (931 KB)
16 January 2012 Quimbasicos (235 KB)
16 January 2012 UNDP (84 KB)
16 January 2012 Policy Solutions/Anne Arquit Niederberger (164 KB)
16 January 2012 BSH (18 KB)
16 January 2012 Business Europe (187 KB)
16 January 2012 DNA Germany (722 KB)
16 January 2012 International Emissions Trading Association (IETA) (704 KB)
16 January 2012 University of Zurich, Chair of Political Economy and Development (24 KB)
16 January 2012 Focus on the Global South (105 KB)
16 January 2012 World Health Organization (120 KB)
16 January 2012 Mary Robinson Foundation - Climate Justice (835 KB)
16 January 2012 Allotrope Partners (165 KB)
16 January 2012 CMIA (262 KB)
16 January 2012 atmosfair (1263 KB)
16 January 2012 CDM Watch (519 KB)
16 January 2012 Kazuhisa Koakutsu (IGES) (16 KB)
16 January 2012 Fundacion Rio Napo (502 KB)
16 January 2012 BCSE (246 KB)
16 January 2012 Barbara Haya (53 KB)
16 January 2012 ICLEI - Local Governments for Sustainability (740 KB)
17 January 2012 EIA (451 KB)
17 January 2012 UN Habitat (1195 KB)
17 January 2012 Stephan Hoch (83 KB)
19 January 2012 Gisèle Schmid (110 KB)
20 January 2012 Grue + Hornstrup A/S (32 KB)
20 January 2012 European Union (179 KB)
21 January 2012 Priyanka (5578 bytes)
21 January 2012 University of KwaZulu-Natal (735 KB)


Input that was sent to the high-level panel for its consideration after the call for public input closed can be seen below:

13 February 2012 Australia (735 KB)