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Time Title Room Notes
08:00-09:00 African Group Hans Christian Andersen
08:00-09:00 AOSIS Verner Panton
08:00-09:00 Youth non-governmental organizations (YOUNGOs) Bodil Udsen
08:30-09:30 The indigenous peoples organizations (IPOs) Dan Turell
09:00-10:00 G77 and China Daily meeting Hans Christian Andersen
09:00-09:30 Germanwatch: Global Climate Risk Index 2010 Asger Jorn
09:00-10:00 Environmental Integrity Group Ludvig Holberg
09:00-10:00 Umbrella Group Meeting August Bournonville
09:00-10:00 Trade unions non-governmental organizations (TUNGOs) Bodil Udsen
09:00-10:00 The business and industry non-governmantel organizations (BINGOs) Saxo Grammaticus
09:00-10:00 Central Group Daily Meeting Getrud Vasegaard
09:30-10:00 IUCN: Natural Solution, Protected Areas and Climate Change Asger Jorn
10:00-10:30 GenderCC - Women for Climate Justice: Gender into Climate Change! Asger Jorn Press only
10:00-13:00 AWG-LCA Contact Group Hans Christian Andersen Parties and Observers only
10:00-13:00 SBSTA Plenary Plenary - Karen Blixen
10:00-13:00 SBI Plenary Plenary - Tycho Brahe
10:00-11:00 The women and gender non-governmental (Women and Gender) Dan Turell
10:00-11:00 The research and independent non-governmrntal organizations (RINGO) Bodil Udsen
10:30-11:00 World Growth: New Report: Anti-Forestry Campaign Threatens Anti-Poverty Growth Strategies Asger Jorn Press only
11:00-11:30 WMO Statement on the status of the global climate in 2009 Press Conference Room Press only
11:00-11:30 CAN International: daily negotiations assessment and briefing Asger Jorn Press only
11:00-12:00 The farmers non-governmental organizations (Farmers) Dan Turell
11:30-12:00 World Bank: Launch of report "CDM - 10 Years of Lessons Learned" Press Conference Room Press only
11:30-12:00 Global Witness / Ecosystems Climate Alliance -- Forests and Climate: real action or greenwash? Asger Jorn
11:30-12:15 AWG-KP CG on other issues identified at its resumed sixth session Berthel Thorvaldsen Parties and Observers only
12:00-12:30 UNFCCC Press Conference Room Press only
12:00-12:30 World Resources Institute: Essential Elements of a Copenhagen Agreement Asger Jorn
12:15-13:00 AWG-KP CG on Annex I Parties' emission reductions (aggregate/individual) Astrid Noack Parties and Observers only
12:30-13:00 Delegation of Bangladesh Press Conference Room Press only
12:30-13:00 SustainUS: Hunger strike reaches Day 32, still hopeful for political change. Meet 5 fasters. (English, Francais) Asger Jorn Press only
13:00-13:30 METIS - Global Awareness Network: Copenhagen - Greece on foot - for the planet Asger Jorn Press only
13:00-14:00 OPEC - OAPEC daily coordination meeting Nanna Ditzel
13:00-14:00 Coalition for Rainforest Nations Godtfred Kirk Christiansen
13:00-14:00 LDC coordination meeting Carl Theodor Dreyer
13:00-14:00 Venezuela on behalf of ALBA+ Knud Lundberg
13:00-14:30 ICAO, IMO: Side event on international bunker fuels by ICAO and IMO Halfdan Rasmussen
13:00-14:30 Brazil: The contribution of biofuels to climate change mitigation Victor Borge
13:00-14:30 IPCC: IPCC information and activities and their relevance for the UNFCCC process Niels Bohr
13:00-14:30 UNFCCC: CDM and JI efficiency: strengthening the UNFCCC secretariat's support Liva Weel
13:00-14:00 GRULAC Astrid Henning-Jensen
13:00-13:20 UIA: Sustainability by design. cc Solutions Studio
13:00-14:00 Eastern Europe Group Kaj Munk
13:20-13:40 RAC-F: Sustainable, low carbon societies. cc Solutions Studio
13:30-14:00 South Centre Asger Jorn
13:30-14:30 League of Arab States Leonora Christina
13:40-14:00 UCT: Climate change innovation : An African experience of climate science and the water sector cc Solutions Studio
14:00-14:30 European Union Press Conference Room Press only
14:00-15:00 G77 & China daily meeting Hans Christian Andersen
14:00-14:30 Stakeholder Forum for a Sustainable Future Asger Jorn
14:30-15:00 Briefing to United Nations system entities by UNFCCC secretariat Ludvig Holberg
14:30-15:00 [High-level briefing to Youth] Asger Jorn Press only
14:40-15:00 IIED: Civil society networking in the least developed countries. cc Solutions Studio
15:00-16:30 SBSTA Plenary Plenary - Karen Blixen
15:00-18:00 SBI Plenary Plenary - Tycho Brahe
15:00-15:30 Secretariat of the Pacific Regional Environment Programme (SPREP): The Pacific Voice at Copenhagen Asger Jorn
15:00-15:20 CBD: "Yes, he can": President Obama's power to make an international climate commitment without waiting for congress. cc Solutions Studio
15:30-16:00 G77 & China Press Conference Room Press only
16:00-16:30 Delegation of Indonesia Press Conference Room Press only
16:30-18:00 Contact group on reducing emissions from deforestation in developing countries Plenary - Karen Blixen
16:30-18:00 AWG-KP CG on potential consequences Berthel Thorvaldsen Parties and Observers only
18:00-19:00 African Group Meeting - AWG KP Leonora Christina
18:00-19:00 African Group Meeting - LCA 1 Astrid Henning-Jensen
18:00-19:00 AOSIS Verner Panton
18:00-18:30 Tebtebba Foundation on behalf International Indigenous Peoples Forum on Climate Change (IIPFCC) Asger Jorn
18:15-19:45 NRDC: China and the world: Solving climate change through practical, on-the-ground collaboration Dan Turell
18:15-19:45 Sweden: Lessons learned from existing global climate financing mechanism Liva Weel
18:15-19:45 Singapore: Global alternative energy potential Victor Borge
18:15-19:45 ICTSD: Trade liberalisation and its role in technology diffusion: A look at the renewable energy, buildings Saxo Grammaticus
18:15-19:45 UNFCCC: CDM Executive Board: question and answer session Halfdan Rasmussen
18:15-19:45 CAN International: Stronger Southern Voice Niels Bohr
19:00-20:00 LDC coordination meeting Carl Theodor Dreyer
19:00-19:30 G77 & China Press Conference Room Press only
20:00-21:30 DKKV: Adaptation to climate change and disaster risk reduction. Two topics with similar content and goal? Saxo Grammaticus
20:00-21:30 GBIF, Bioversity: Building the global biodiversity informatics commons for climate change adaptation Dan Turell
20:00-21:30 GFC, GJEP: REDD Realities: The gap between REDD Dreams and the real-life forestpolicies, taking into account t Victor Borge
20:00-21:30 CCAP: Developing Country Implementation Strategies and Nationally Appropriate Mitigation Actions (NAMAs) Halfdan Rasmussen
20:00-21:30 Greenpeace: Yes, he can! How Obama can deliver stronger emissions reductions Niels Bohr
20:00-21:30 United Kingdom: Economics of Boldness Liva Weel
20:00-20:30 CAN Japan Asger Jorn
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