IPCC-LIX/Doc. 1 – Provisional Agenda (June 12, 2023)
IPCC-LIX/Doc. 1, Add. 1, Rev. 1 – Provisional Annotated Agenda (July 24, 2023) (This revised version is being submitted to reflect the change of document numbers of INF. 2, Rev. 1 – Guidance on developed and developing countries categories and INF. 4, Rev. 1 – Proposal for the organization of work)
IPCC-LIX/Doc. 2, Rev. 1 – Draft Report of the Fifty-eighth Session of the IPCC (July 20, 2023) (This revised version is being submitted with additional information appended in Annex 2)
IPCC-LIX/INF. 2, Rev. 1 – Guidance on developed and developing countries categories (July 24, 2023) (This revised version is being submitted to include reference to Eswatini, Türkiye and North Macedonia)
IPCC-LIX/INF. 3 – Election of the Members of the IPCC Bureau and the Task Force Bureau – Record of nominations received (July 20, 2023)
IPCC-LIX/INF. 4, Rev. 1 – Provisional Annotated Agenda – Proposal for the organization of work (July 24, 2023) (This revised version is being submitted to reflect the change of document numbers of Doc. 1, Add.1, Rev.1 – Provisional Annotated Agenda and INF. 2, Rev. 1 – Guidance on developed and developing countries categories)
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