Since 2005, the IAI is an observer intergovernmental organization (IGO) at the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC). The IAI has participated in the Subsidiary Body for Scientific and Technological Advice (SBSTA) to contribute to a better understanding of the science behind climate change and to issues under discussion in the UNFCCC process.
Article 5 of the Convention on “Research and Systematic Observation” calls on UNFCCC Parties to support and develop international and intergovernmental programs and organizations aimed at defining, conducting, assessing and financing research, data collection and systematic observation. “The SBSTA shall provide advice on scientific programs, international cooperation in research and development related to climate change, as well as on ways and means of supporting endogenous capacity-building in developing countries”.
“The Inter-American Institute for Global Change Research (IAI), as an intergovernmental treaty organization of 19 countries in the Americas...
In response to the invitation by SBSTA-35 requesting information on the technical and scientific aspects of emissions by sources...
3 to 14 December 2018, Katowice, Poland
Tuesday 4 December 2018, 13:15-14:45, Room Wisla Katowice, Poland
Interview with Dr. Omar Defeo at Climate Action Studio SB48
6 to 17 November 2017, Bonn, Germany
6 to 10 November 2017, Bonn, Germany
6 November 2017, Bonn, Germany
Wednesday 10 May 2017 – 13.15-14.45
Peruvian Pavilion, COP21 venue (Le Bourget) Blue zone
Lima, 27-28 November 2014
4-15 June 2014, Bonn Germany
The Lima 2014 Declaration on Biodiversity and Climate Change
Gabriel Quijandria, Assistant Minister for Strategic Development of Natural Resources, Ministry of the Environment, Peru and Braulio de Souza Dias, Executive Secretary of CBD, signed the Lima 2014 Declaration on Biodiversity and Climate Change, from Science to Policy
In December 2011, the IAI hosted a side-event during COP-17 in Durban, South Africa on....
The IPCC, in its Fourth Assessment Report (AR4), identified a number of areas in which additional knowledge is needed, among them extreme climatic events such as hurricanes.
At SBSTA-28, in June 2008
At its 24th session, the SBSTA noted the need for enhancing two-way communication and cooperation between Parties and regional and international climate change research programmes to meet the research needs of the Convention...
Nairobi, 6–14 November 2006