International Bodies for Adaptation
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Date produced: 02/08/2010
This briefing paper sets out:
- a summary of the three types of bodies which may be involved in adaptation measures (namely, a subsidiary body, an adaptation committee and a specialised body on adaptation);
- provides discussion of the operational features of the bodies and which rules of procedure may apply to them; and
- discusses the AWG-LCA’s proposed mechanism of the adaptation framework.