The Climate Change Expert Group (CCXG) is a group of government delegates and experts from developed and developing countries. The aim of the group is to promote dialogue on and enhance understanding of politically important technical issues in the international climate change negotiations. The group holds two seminars per year which bring together government representatives, the private sector and civil society in order to share information on climate policies and issues. The CCXG also develops papers in consultation with a wide range of countries. More information on the CCXG flyer.
Related programmes: Climate finance: Research Collaborative and Financing climate change action.
- Reporting Tables – potential areas of work under SBSTA and options – Part I – GHG inventories and tracking progress towards NDCs, June 2019
- Reporting Tables – potential areas of work under SBSTA and options – Part II – Financial support provided, mobilised and received, June 2019
- Markets negotiations under the Paris Agreement: a technical analysis of two unresolved issues, June 2019
- Operationalising selected reporting and flexibility provisions in the Paris Agreement, November 2018
- Tracking progress towards NDCs and relevant linkages between Articles 4,6 and 13 of the Paris Agreement, November 2018
- Reporting on capacity-building and technology support under the Paris Agreement: Issues and options for guidance, April 2018
- Accounting for baseline targets in NDCs: Issues and options for guidance, April 2018
- Common time frames: Summary of discussions at the March 2018 Climate Change Expert Group Global Forum, April 2018
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