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United Nations Framework Convention On Climate Change 1992

Preamble

Article 1 - Definitions

Article 2 - Objective

Article 3 - Principles

Article 4 - Commitments

Article 5 - Research and Systematic Observation

Article 6 - Education, Training and Public Awareness

Article 7 - Conference of the Parties

Article 8 - Secretariat

Article 9 - Subsidiary Body for Scientific and Technological Advice

Article 10 - Subsidiary Body for Implementation

Article 11 - Financial Mechanism

Article 12 - Communication of Information Related to Implementation

Article 13 - Resolution of Questions Regarding Implementation

Article 14 - Settlement of Disputes

Article 15 - Amendments to the Convention

Article 16 - Adoption and Amendment of Annexes to the Convention

Article 17 - Protocols

Article 18 - Right to Vote

Article 19 - Depositary

Article 20 - Signature

Article 21 - Interim Arrangements

Article 22 - Ratification, Acceptance, Approval of Accession

Article 23 - Entry Into Force

Article 24 - Reservations

Article 25 - Withdrawal

Article 26 - Authentic Texts

ANNEX I

Endnotes

Endnotes

Metadata

SiSU Metadata, document information

Manifest

SiSU Manifest, alternative outputs etc.

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Article 11 - Financial Mechanism

1. A mechanism for the provision of financial resources on a grant or concessional basis, including for the transfer of technology, is hereby defined. It shall function under the guidance of and be accountable to the Conference of the Parties, which shall decide on its policies, programme priorities and eligibility criteria related to this Convention. Its operation shall be entrusted to one or more existing international entities.

2. The financial mechanism shall have an equitable and balanced representation of all Parties within a transparent system of governance.

3. The Conference of the Parties and the entity or entities entrusted with the operation of the financial mechanism shall agree upon arrangements to give effect to the above paragraphs, which shall include the following:

(a) Modalities to ensure that the funded projects to address climate change are in conformity with the policies, programme priorities and eligibility criteria established by the Conference of the Parties;

(b) Modalities by which a particular funding decision may be reconsidered in light of these policies, programme priorities and eligibility criteria;

(c) Provision by the entity or entities of regular reports to the Conference of the Parties on its funding operations, which is consistent with the requirement for accountability set out in paragraph 1 above; and

(d) Determination in a predictable and identifiable manner of the amount of funding necessary and available for the implementation of this Convention and the conditions under which that amount shall be periodically reviewed.

4. The Conference of the Parties shall make arrangements to implement the above mentioned provisions at its first session, reviewing and taking into account the interim arrangements referred to in Article 21, paragraph 3, and shall decide whether these interim arrangements shall be maintained. Within four years thereafter, the Conference of the Parties shall review the financial mechanism and take appropriate measures.

5. The developed country Parties may also provide and developing country Parties avail themselves of, financial resources related to the implementation of the Convention through bilateral, regional and other multilateral channels.


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