Clean Development Mechanism Executive Board

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The Clean Development Mechanism Executive Board has oversight responsibility for the Clean Development Mechanism, a market-based mechanism established under the Kyoto Protocol as a means of allowing the industrialized Annex 1 countries to meet their national targets by investing in lower cost carbon emission reduction projects in developing countries. The Executive Board is responsible to the parties to the protocol.[1]

Executive Board Members

  • Samuel Adeoye Adejuwon
  • Philip M. Gwage
  • Lex de Jonge (Vice-Chair)
  • Akihiro Kuroki
  • Clifford Mahlung
  • Paulo Manso
  • Victor Nicolae
  • Ulrika Raab
  • Hugh Sealy
  • Rajesh Kumar Sethi (Chair)

Adejuwon, Kuroki, Raab, Sealy and Sethi are serving 2-year terms that end the first meeting in 2009. Gwage, Jonge, Mahlung, Manso and Nicolae are serving 2-year terms that end the first meeting in 2010.[2]

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  1. United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change, "Background", United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change website, accessed December 2008.
  2. United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change, "Members", United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change website, accessed December 2008.

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