Twenty-first Meeting

Twenty-first Meeting of the Executive Board
Date: 28 - 30 September 2005  

Venue: UNFCCC Headquarters, Bonn

Observer registration deadline: 7 September 2005
Webcast: Webcast

Documents under consideration at the meeting:
    The documentation deadline for the twenty-first meeting is 14 September 2005.
  • Proposed agenda (14 KB)
  • Draft workprogramme (105 KB)
  • Annotations to the proposed agenda (149 KB)
  • Annex 1 - Status of project activities submitted for registration (111 KB)
  • Annex 2 - Proposed amendments to the procedures for revision of approved methodologies (104 KB)
  • Annex 3 - Draft CDM management plan (2005-2006) (424 KB)
  • Eighth progress report of the CDM-AP (CDM-ACCR-R08) (74 KB)
    • To see projects under review or requested reviews of proposed CDM project activities that will be under consideration at this meeting, please visit the pages CDM Project activities "under review" and "review requested".

    Accessibility to observers 1 : An observers room is made available to accomodate the observers that registered in accordance with the request by the Executive Board (see report of the twentieth meeting of of the Executive Board). In addition, an internet webcast will be available similar to those available at sessions of the Conference of the Parties or of subsidiary bodies (please check UNFCCC CDM website on 28 - 30 September 2005 for detailed instructions).
    All interested are required to register through a UNFCCC admitted organization. A list of all UNFCCC accredited organizations is available on the UNFCCC website ( In case of further questions please send your query through the "contact us" page.

    The deadline for registration as an observer is three weeks before the meeting.

    1 Modalities and procedures for a clean development mechanism (CDM):
    "Meetings of the Executive Board shall be open to attendance, as observers, by all Parties and by all UNFCCC accredited observers and stakeholders, except where otherwise decided by the ExecutiveBoard."