F. M. C. P.

10 December 2018

We know we”ve raised it before, but this is really important. The facilitative, multilateral consideration of progress (FMCP) will only be effective if it builds on the expertise and perspectives of civil society. ECO is asking Parties to allow observers to participate in the FMCP under the Paris Agreement’s enhanced transparency framework. Since ECO was unable to participate in the multilateral assessment and facilitative sharing of views this session, we presented our questions in a previous ECO. ECO appreciates that the Marshall Islands posed our questions to Germany. However, it’d be more efficient if you just let us ask the questions directly.

In the spirit of the CAN party on Saturday night, we want you to continue singing and dancing so we are sharing the song we wrote during the Bangkok session about the FMCP.

(To be read in a “sing-songy” voice to the tune of the YMCA)

Party, there’s a place we can go.

I said, Party, let us compliment your info

You can play there, and I”m sure we will find

Many ways to have a good time

It’s fun to be – a – part of the F.M.C.P.

It’s fun to be – a – part of the F.M.C.P.

We could provide info, we could send in questions,

We will add some action…

Party, are you listening to me?

I said, Party, what do you want it to be?

I said, Party, you can make real the PA.

But you got to know this one thing!

No Party does it all by themselves.

I said, Party, let us participate,

And just let us in the F.M.C.P.

We are here to help you today!

It’s fun to be – a – part of the F.M.C.P.

It’s fun to be – a – part of the F.M.C.P.

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