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Updates on the preparations of the SRCCL and Working Group III contribution to the Sixth Assessment cycle

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Priyadarshi R. Shukla, Co-Chair of IPCC Working Group III

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Updates on the preparations of the SRCCL and Working Group III contribution to the Sixth Assessment cycle

  1. 1. Updates on the Preparations of the SRCCL: WGIII Contribution to the AR6 Cycle P.R. Shukla, Co-Chair, WGIII Outreach Event on IPCC Activities and Findings Nay Pyi Taw, Myanmar, 30-31 May 2019
  2. 2. 1) The Special Reports Main Products during the AR6 cycle Special Report on Global Warming of 1.5°C (SR15) Special Report on Climate Change and Land (SRCCL) Special Report on Ocean and Cryosphere (SROCC) Approved October 2018 Approval August 2019 Approval September 2019
  3. 3. IPCC Special Report on Climate Change and Land (SRCCL): Introduction to SRCCL and timeline
  4. 4. IPCC received many proposals for Special Reports Desertification Interlinkages Human health Cryosphere Antarctic Carbon pricing Food & agriculture Security Regional consequences Policy relevance Information & Communication Aviation & maritime Food security 1.5C Extreme events Scenarios Risk management Cities Land degradation AFOLU Mountains UNFCCC processes 43rd SESSION OF THE IPCC – Nairobi – 2016
  5. 5. This Special Report emerged from a cluster of six proposals
  6. 6. 100 experts and Bureau members attended the Scoping Meeting in February 2017, Dublin to develop the outline
  7. 7. At the 45th session of the IPCC the Panel approved the outline The agreed title was “Climate Change and Land: An IPCC special report on climate change, desertification, land degradation, sustainable land management, food security and greenhouse gas fluxes in terrestrial ecosystems”
  8. 8. Agreed structure of the report: List of Contents Front matter Summary for Policy Makers Chapter 1: Framing and Context Chapter 2: Land-Climate Interactions Chapter 3: Desertification Chapter 4: Land Degradation Chapter 5: Food Security Chapter 6: Interlinkages between desertification, land degradation, food security and GHG fluxes: synergies, trade-offs and integrated response options Chapter 7: Emergent risks, decision making and sustainable development Case Studies, FAQs and Boxes
  9. 9. 2019 LAM4 (CO) Approval Dec Expert & Govt review SRCCL Key dates Jun AugFeb 4th Lead Author Meeting 11 – 15 Feb 2019 Deadline – accepted papers 7th April 2019 SPM write shop (Geneva) 20-21 March Deadline – Chapter submission to WGIII TSU 14th April 2019 Deadline – final review spreadsheet to WGIII TSU April 14th 2019 Deadline – Review Editors – 2nd interim report May 20th 2019 Deadline – Review Editors – Final report July 7th 2019 Deadline - Draft executive summaries to WG III TSU 7th April Final Govt. Distribution & Review 29 Apr – 19 Jun 2019 IPCC approval plenary 2 – 6 August 2019 IPCC approval plenary- overflow day + press launch 7-8 August 2019 Writing Final revisions to SPM SPM Write-shop
  10. 10. 15. Investment and finance 16. Innovation, technology development and transfer 5: Demand, services and social aspects of mitigation 6: Energy systems 9. Buildings 7. Agriculture, Forestry, and Other Land Uses 10. Transport 8. Urban systems and other settlements 11. Industry 12. Cross sectoral perspectives Framing (1 chapter) High-level assessment of emission trends, drivers and pathways (3 chapters) Sectoral chapters (8 chapters) Institutional drivers (2 chapters) Synthesis (1 chapter) 17. Accelerating the transition in the context of sustainable development 13. National and sub-national policies and institutions 14. International cooperation 1. Introduction and framing 2. Emissions trends and drivers 3. Mitigation pathways compatible with long-term goals 4. Mitigation and development pathways in the near- to mid-term Set up sustainable development as key framing concept Balancing sources and sinks/warming levels NDCs, emissions peaking, mid-century long- term low greenhouse gas emission development strategies Orients sectors to human needs The sectoral core: maps on to inventories Financial flows + technological innovation Synthesis sustainable development in different geographical scales Financial and technological drivers (2 chapters) Responses not captured by sectoral framing Institutions, policies and cooperation Working Group III Outline
  11. 11. Thank you for your attention