Decree No. 2015-1471, 10 November 2015 On The Publication Of The Agreement Between The Government Of The French Republic And The Secretariat Of The Framework Convention Of The United Nations On Climate Change And Its Kyoto Concern Protocol...

Original Language Title: Décret n° 2015-1471 du 10 novembre 2015 portant publication de l'accord entre le Gouvernement de la République française et le secrétariat de la convention-cadre des Nations unies sur les changements climatiques et son protocole de Kyoto concern...

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Keywords foreign, INTERNATIONAL agreement, MULTILATERAL agreement, SECRETARIAT, United NATIONS FRAMEWORK CONVENTION on climate change, UNFCCC, COP21/CMP11, KYOTO Protocol, climate neutrality, approval, authorization JORF n ° 0264 November 14, 2015 page 21256 text no. 3 Decree No. 2015-1471, 10 November 2015 on the publication of the agreement between the Government of the French Republic and the secretariat of the framework convention of the United Nations on climate change and its Kyoto Protocol for the twenty-first session of the conference of the parties to the framework convention of the United Nations on climate change, the eleventh session of the conference of the parties serving as the meeting of the parties to the Kyoto Protocol and the sessions of the subsidiary bodies (all twelve annexes), signed in Paris on April 20, 2015 and Bonn on 27 March 2015 (1) NOR: MAEJ1526032D ELI: https://www.legifrance.gouv.fr/eli/decret/2015/11/10/MAEJ1526032D/jo/texte Alias : https://www.legifrance.gouv.fr/eli/decret/2015/11/10/2015-1471/jo/texte the President of the Republic, on the report of the Prime Minister and the Minister of Foreign Affairs and international development, given the Constitution, particular articles 52 to 55.
Pursuant to law No. 2015-1198 30 September 2015 authorizing approval of the agreement between the Government of the French Republic and the secretariat of the framework convention of the United Nations on climate change and its Kyoto Protocol concerning the twenty-first session of the conference of the parties to the framework convention of the United Nations on climate change, the eleventh session of the conference of the parties serving as the meeting of the parties to the Kyoto Protocol and the sessions of subsidiary bodies;
Having regard to Decree No. 53-192, 14 March 1953 as amended relating to the ratification and the publication of the international commitments entered into by France;
Mindful of Decree No. 94-501 of 20 June 1994 on the publication of the framework convention of the Nations United on climate change (two annexes), concluded at New York on 9 May 1992, and signed by the France on June 13, 1992;
Mindful of Decree No. 2005-295, March 22, 2005, on the publication of the Kyoto Protocol to the framework convention of the Nations United on climate change (two annexes), done at Kyoto on 11 December 1997 and signed by the France on April 29, 1998;
Mindful of Decree No. 2015-78 January 29, 2015 for establishing a general secretariat responsible for preparation and organization of the twenty-first session of the conference of the parties to the framework convention of the United Nations on climate change, orders: Article 1 the agreement between the Government of the French Republic and the secretariat of the framework convention of the United Nations on climate change and its Kyoto Protocol concerning the twenty-first session of the conference of the parties to the framework convention of the United Nations on climate change, the eleventh session of the conference of the parties serving as the meeting of the parties to the Kyoto Protocol and the sessions of the subsidiary bodies (all twelve annexes), signed in Paris on April 20, 2015 and Bonn on 27 March 2015, will be published in the Official Journal of the French Republic.


Article 2 the Prime Minister and the Minister of Foreign Affairs and international development are responsible, each in relation to the implementation of this Decree, which shall be published in the Official Journal of the French Republic.

Annex agreement between the Government of the French Republic and the SECRETARIAT of the framework CONVENTION of the United NATIONS on climate change and its KYOTO Protocol concerning the twenty-first SESSION of the CONFERENCE of the PARTIES to the framework CONVENTION of the United NATIONS on climate change, the eleventh SESSION of the CONFERENCE of the PARTIES serving as the meeting of the PARTIES to the KYOTO Protocol and the SESSIONS of the subsidiary bodies (all twelve ANNEXES) SIGNED at PARIS on April 20, 2015 and at BONN March 27, 2015 the Government of the French Republic (hereinafter called "The Government"), represented by the Minister of Foreign Affairs and international development and the Secretariat of the framework Convention of the United Nations on climate change and its Kyoto Protocol (hereinafter referred to as "The Secretariat"), represented by the executive Secretary;
Recalling resolution 40/243, the General Assembly of the United Nations United of 18 December 1985 on the conferences held away from United Nations Headquarters United;
Recalling decision 26/CP.18, by which the Conference of the Parties to the framework Convention of the United Nations on climate change (hereinafter referred to as the "COP") noted with satisfaction that the Government declared himself prepared to host the twenty-first session of the Conference of the Parties to the framework Convention of the United Nations on climate change, the eleventh session of the Conference of the Parties serving as the meeting of the Parties to the Kyoto Protocol as well as the sessions of the bodies (subsidiary) hereinafter referred to as the "Conference");
Whereas in its decision 28/CP.19, the COP decided to hold the Conference from November 30 to December 11, 2015 and requested the executive Secretary of the Secretariat to continue consultations with the Government and to negotiate and finalize, to convene the sessions, an agreement complies with the provisions of administrative instruction ST/AI/342 of the United Nations;
Whereas the least developed country parties pre-sessional meetings of small island developing States, African States, and the Group of 77 and China will be held from 24 to 29 November 2015 included (hereinafter referred to as "pre-session meetings");
Considering that the Government has agreed, at the request of the Secretariat, to host it and help it to organize the meeting of the Executive Board of the mechanism for clean development (CDM), the meeting of designated national authorities (DNA) Forum and events under the initiative "for a dynamic of change" (hereinafter collectively referred to as the 'known meetings');
Considering that the Government has also agreed, at the request of the Secretariat, to host it and help organize any (other (s) meeting (s) which is likely to be prescribed in connection with the Conference before, during, or after it and which the Secretariat will communicate details to the Government as soon as he will be aware (hereinafter referred to as the 'unknown meetings');
Considering that the Government has agreed to take dependants the difference in cost between the holding of the Conference in Bonn, Germany, and keeping it at le Bourget, France, and to provide environmentally-friendly facilities on the environment and in accordance with the ideals proclaimed by the framework Convention on climate change United Nations (hereinafter referred to as 'The Convention') and its Kyoto Protocol (hereinafter referred to as 'The Protocol') , The Government and the Secretariat (hereinafter jointly referred to as 'the Parties') have agreed as follows: Article 1 Date and place of the Conference 1. The Conference will be held at the Parc des expositions of le Bourget, place Charles Lindbergh, 93350 Le Bourget, France, from November 30 to December 11, 2015 included. The area inside the Parc des expositions of le Bourget, and any other outdoor area at the Parc des expositions du Bourget, who will be placed under the supervision and the control direct of the Department of safety and security of the United Nations with the agreement of the authorities of the Government responsible for security, will collectively constitute the Conference premises (hereinafter referred to as «the Conference premises»).
2 pre-session meetings will be held from 24 to 29 November 2015 included. Meeting and conference rooms where held pre-session meetings will constitute the premises of pre-sessional meetings (hereinafter referred to as 'local of the pre-session meetings').
3. known meetings will take place at the following dates: (a) the meeting of the Executive Board of the CDM from 23 to 27 November 2015 included;
(b) the meeting of the Forum of AND from 28 to 29 November 2015 included; and (c) the events under the initiative "for a dynamic of change" from December 7, 2015, at the premises of the Conference, in the context of the session.
The rooms of meeting/conference/auditoriums / where will take place known meetings will form the premises of meetings known (hereinafter referred to as 'local known meetings').
4. the known meetings are fully funded by the Secretariat. The Government supports the Secretariat taking all logistical arrangements on his behalf. The logistical needs of the meeting of the Executive Board of the CDM, the meeting of the Forum of the AND and events under the initiative "for a dynamic of change" are listed in Annexes IX, X and XI, respectively. The Government shall, prior to incurring any expenses or to subscribe the obligation to do so, obtain the written approval of the Secretariat and give rise to that after receipt of this expenditure to meet the logistical needs which are the subject. Approved expenses will be reimbursed to the Government by the Secretariat within a period of thirty days from the receipt of invoices.

5. unknown meetings will be also fully financed by the Secretariat. As soon as the Secretariat will have knowledge of a meeting of this type, it will inform the Government accordingly and provide a list of logistical requirements related to his organization. Logistical requirements will be met in accordance with the procedure set forth in paragraph 4 above as regards the commitment or obligation to hire and their repayment.
6. Meeting/conference rooms rooms where will take place not known meetings will constitute the premises of meetings not known (hereinafter referred to as 'local of the meetings not known').
7. the provisions of this Agreement shall apply also to pre-session meetings known meetings with unknown meetings.
Article 2 Participation in the Conference 1. In accordance with the provisions of the Convention, the Protocol and draft rules of procedure of the Conference of the Parties being applied, the Conference is open: (a) the representatives of the Parties to the Convention and Parties to the Protocol;
(b) to the representatives of the observer States referred to in paragraph 6 of article 7, of the Convention and paragraph 8 of article 13 of the Protocol
(c) to the representatives of the Organization of the United Nations, its specialized agencies and the International Atomic Energy Agency;
(d) to the representatives of organizations with observer status referred to in paragraph 6 of article 7, of the Convention and paragraph 8 of article 13 of the Protocol
(e) to other persons invited by the Secretariat.
2. the executive Secretary of the Secretariat (hereinafter called the "executive Secretary") shall designate officials of the Secretariat and other officials of the Organization of the United Nations that will attend the Conference and other meetings organized on the occasion of it, in order to ensure the required services.
3. the public meetings of the Conference and access to sessions will be open to representatives of the news media accredited to the Conference by the Secretariat, in consultation with the Government. These sessions are also open to other persons invited by the Secretariat.
Article 3 premises, equipment, facilities and services 1. The Government provides, without incurring expenditure for the Secretariat, premises, equipment, facilities and services necessary for the holding of meetings of pre-session and the Conference, as specified in the Annexes attached to this agreement, including: (a) local office sufficient to enable the Secretariat to carry out its functions, as specified in annex I to this agreement;
(b) facilities and equipment allowing the Conference to conduct its work in the official languages of the United Nations, as specified in annex I to this agreement;
(c) properly furnished and equipped rooms facilities and equipment mentioned above, and as specified in Annexes I and II to this agreement;
(d) information technology and ways of the Internet connection necessary for the Conference, as specified in annex II to this agreement. The design of the computer network of the Conference and the distribution of hardware and software will be overseen by the Secretariat;
(e) the necessary utilities, such as water, electricity and the connection to the Internet in the Conference premises, and communications of the Secretariat by phone, fax or e-mail if these communications are allowed by the executive Secretary or by the person whom it has designated for the purpose. The Government does everything in its power to ensure a stable and uninterrupted from the premises of the Conference power.
2. the premises of the pre-session meetings / referred to above, the Conference premises are furnished, fully equipped and ready to be used by the Secretariat at least forty-eight hours before the opening of the pre-session meetings / Conference and during twenty-four hours after the conclusion of, and remain at the disposal of the Secretariat around the clock for the duration of the meetings of its pre-sessional / Conference.
3. the space in which will take place the registration procedures will be available seven days before the opening of the Conference, and a space designed to accommodate, in the premises of the Conference, the servers of the computer equipment referred to in annex II to this agreement, three weeks before the opening of the Conference.
4. during the above-mentioned period, the Government maintains in good condition rooms and equipment referred to in Annexes I and II to this agreement. To this end, the Government committed / recruits and provide, at its expense, a sufficient number of qualified technicians for the installation, maintenance, support and the dismantling of all facilities, structures and movable. This staff will be placed under the authority of the executive Secretary or an official of the Secretariat designated by it and shall perform the tasks that are required.
5. the Government installs and provision of equipment to members of the media for coverage of the proceedings of the Conference, as specified in annex III to this agreement. The Government appoint a liaison officer of the host country for the media, which liaises with fasteners of press/responsible media designated by the executive Secretary and helps coordinate the use of facilities and services for the media during the Conference, and a responsible for the communication policy of the host country which liaises with the Secretariat to the Conference spokesperson and it provides support for the dissemination of messages and the substantive issues.
6. the Government shall bear all costs for the return transport and insurance and associated costs for shipping, the Secretariat or any permanent office of the United Nations to the site of the Conference, all supplies and equipment necessary for the proper conduct of the Conference. The Secretariat determines, in consultation with the Government, the mode of transport of this material and these supplies. Alternatively, the Government may also choose to provide, in consultation with the Secretariat, an equivalent material on the site of the Conference.
7. the Government shall designate a liaison for transportation officer, who will be the contact for the liaison officer for transport appointed by the executive Secretary to ensure the good shipping of articles in connection with the holding of the conference.
8. the Government shall ensure that suitable office premises are made available to the core team of the Conference, including staff concerned by the Secretariat and other officials, two weeks before the opening of the Conference, as specified in annex I to the present agreement.
9. the Government shall ensure that the storage spaces lockable are available in the Conference premises for the storage of articles related to the Conference three weeks before the start of, or provides other storage space until the premises are made available to the Secretariat as mentioned in paragraph 1 of this article.
10. the Government ensures that banking services are available in the premises of the Conference so that the Secretariat could carry out financial transactions required to enable it to carry out all the administrative tasks required for the purposes of the Conference. The Government ensures that Bank opens an agency in the premises of the Conference which will run for the duration of the. It facilitates the opening of a bank account by the Secretariat and give any assistance it may need for the realization of financial transactions related to the Conference.
11. the Government shall ensure that postal services, travel, catering as well as a centre of services equipped with phone, fax and photocopying facilities are available at the premises of the Conference. These services are made available to all participants at the Conference on a paying basis and must be equipped and operated in consultation with the Secretariat. Other services to be provided to participants at the Conference agreed in consultation with the Secretariat.
12. the Government provides facilities to enable participation in the Conference of disabled participants. Disabled participants should have access to the Conference premises and all meeting rooms, catering, delivery services, toilets and elevators who settled there. The Government shall ensure that means of transport that can accommodate disabled participants are available.
13. the Government shall consult the Secretariat and collaborates with him to solicit his assistance to filter entities with a dubious history with which the Government, in its capacity as host of the Conference, should refrain from of sponsorship in connection with the Conference agreements.
14. the Government should not display in the premises of the Conference and meetings of its pre-sessional logos, emblems and names of the entities with which it has concluded agreements at the Conference without the prior written consent of the Secretariat, this agreement may be given to the conditions as the Secretariat considers appropriate, taking into account its status as an agency of the United Nations.
Article 4 climate neutrality

1. by providing for the Conference, local places, equipment and services mentioned above in section 3, the Government ensures they are climatically neutral. To this end, the Government proceeded to estimates of greenhouse gas emissions related to the hosting of the Conference, in accordance with accepted international standards. It reduces as much as possible gas the hosting of the Conference-related greenhouse emissions and offsets those that cannot be reduced in this way in order to achieve climate neutrality of the Conference. The Government may request the Secretariat to provide its assistance for the estimation of gas emissions to greenhouse and suggest ways and means enabling the Government to reduce or offset greenhouse gas emissions related to the hosting of the Conference.
2. to reduce gas emissions to greenhouse effect related to the hosting of the Conference, the Government is working with the Secretariat to develop and implement a plan to reduce the consumption of paper during the Conference. All equipment, all services and all additional, other than those mentioned in the Annexes, necessary for the implementation of this plan are provided by the Government at its own expense.
Article 5 medical facilities. the Government shall ensure that appropriate medical facilities equipped with qualified personnel are available at the premises of the Conference to provide first aid and emergencies. It ensures as required immediate hospital for the Conference participants access and admission / referred to in article 2 above pre-session meetings (hereinafter referred to as 'the Conference participants') and ensures that adequate transportation from the Conference premises and the premises of the pre-session meetings is available at any time. Participants at the Conference have recourse to hospital services are provided by the Government under its system of social protection, cost more competitive than some reasonable commercial rates.
Article 6 accommodation and transport the Government Watch: (a) that suitable accommodation is available in hotels or residences at reasonable rates for those attending the Conference;
(b) to that adequate private and public means of transport are made available to all participants in the Conference at reasonable rates, destined for or departing from the airport before, during and after the Conference, as well as means of transportation, at its expense, between the main hotels and the premises of the pre-session meetings / the Conference premises for the duration of the pre-session meetings / conference;
(c) A are that vehicles with drivers for the Secretariat and other officials of the United Nations designated by the executive Secretary, at his own expense, at the disposal of the Secretariat, as specified in annex VIII to the agreement.
Article 7 Communications, websites and General in the context of the Conference the Government intelligence information activities: (a) was that, in public information and documents related to the Conference, as well as in press releases and press briefings on the Conference, the official name or the official titles of the Convention and the meetings held under the Convention are used as specified in annex V to this agreement;
(b) A what, in briefing the public documents and information of the Conference documents, radio or television broadcasts internal and external and layouts of Forum related to the meeting, the Visual representation of the location of the Conference, including the display of the official of the Organization of the United Nations and the Convention logos, conform to the specifications given by the Secretariat in annex V to this agreement. If the Government wishes to develop and display a logo of the Conference and/or other graphic or decorative elements, taking into account the specifications provided, the Government and the Secretariat agree on design and method of displaying these items before the Conference.
(c) A United Nations flag is deployed so as to be clearly visible at the entrance to the premises of the Conference since the day of the opening of it until its completion, according to the use in the Organization of the United Nations, and it can be deployed in other places designated by mutual agreement with the Secretariat;
(d) A that all official information about the sessions of the Convention bodies are posted on the website of the Secretariat at the address. The Government provides relevant information to be included on the website of the Secretariat. Information and adequate services will also be provided through the Internet, including the dissemination of the plenary sessions online or at the request, as agreed with the Secretariat;
(e) has it that the nature of the activities organized during the Conference on the site of the Conference and related to education and awareness of the public, including those that are intended for non-governmental organizations (hereinafter referred to as "NGOs") local, local media or which are intended to directly affect the local public, agreed in advance with the Secretariat.
(f) the participation of observer organizations is an important component of the process of combating climate change. As a result, the Government is encouraged to take initiatives to promote and facilitate their participation ahead of the Conference and during the Conference, to provide facilities, including spaces for their activities, both in the Conference and outside these premises.
Section 8 liaison officer, personal local and personal technique 1. The Government refers to liaise between the Government and the Secretariat, an official authorized experienced management conferences to implement, in consultation with the representative of the Secretariat designated by the executive Secretary, in administrative matters and personnel arrangements for holding the Conference under this agreement.
2. the Government committed / recruits and provide, at its expense, and place under the overall authority of the executive Secretary or the person designated by it local staff and technical staff, fluent in English, which is required in addition to the officials of the Secretariat to carry out the tasks specified in this agreement.
3. the Government shall ensure that the local and technical personnel mentioned in paragraph 2 of this article is available for the duration of the Conference and: (a) available at least one week before the opening and at least three days after the close of the Conference.
(b) available for night services that might be required in the context of the Conference.
Article 9 police Protection and security 1. The Government has a responsibility to provide, at his expense, police protection and security necessary to ensure the smooth running of the Conference / meetings of pre-session without interference of any kind. This device of police is placed under the supervision and direct a senior official designated by the Government authority. It works in close cooperation with the senior liaison officer for Security appointed for this purpose by the Department of safety and security of the United Nations, so as to ensure an appropriate climate of security and serenity.
2. the security at the premises of the Conference is the responsibility of the Department of safety and security of the United Nations, in close coordination with the Secretariat, and it is provided in close collaboration with the authorities of government security, while outside the Conference premises, security is the responsibility of the Government. The perimeters of these two areas of security and the arrangements for cooperation are clearly defined by the Government and the Secretariat until the premises are placed under the authority of the Secretariat.
3. the terms of security cooperation between the Government and the Secretariat in these two areas are detailed in a separate legally binding document entitled 'Technical Arrangement' between the Government and the Secretariat and contained in annex XII to this agreement. The technical Arrangement explores issues relating to the chain of command, import, use and storage of weapons of service of officials of the United Nations, the crisis management and the surrender of persons detained in the premises of the Conference.
4. the Secretariat and the Government cooperate for the establishment of a comprehensive operational plan of security and safety based on the evaluation of the safety of the Conference by the United Nations which must be completed before the opening of the Conference. This safety plan is the framework for the implementation of all safety-related activities.
5. the Government provides at his own expense to the Secretariat facilities and security personnel, as specified in annex II to this agreement.

6. the Government also provides, at its own expense, the police protection required to ensure the smooth running of known meetings and meetings not known in a climate of safety and serenity and without interference of any kind.
Article 10 Privileges and immunities 1. The Convention on the privileges and immunities of the United Nations adopted by the General Assembly on 13 February 1946 (hereinafter referred to as the "General Convention"), to which the French Republic is a party, shall apply mutatis mutandis to the meetings of its pre-sessional / Conference / known meetings / meetings not known. In particular, the representatives of the Parties referred to in paragraph 1 (a) of article 2 above shall enjoy the privileges and immunities provided for in article IV of the General Convention, the staff of the Secretariat and other officials of the Organization of the United Nations participating in the pre-session meetings / Conference / meetings known / unknown meetings or perform functions related to them shall enjoy privileges and immunities under articles V and VII of the General Convention , and experts on mission for the United Nations in the context of meetings of pre-session / Conference / meetings known / unknown meetings shall enjoy the privileges and immunities provided in articles VI and VII of the General Convention.
2. the representatives of the observer States referred to in paragraph 1 (b) of article 2 above shall enjoy the privileges and immunities provided for in article IV of the General Convention.
3. representatives of the specialized agencies of the United Nations shall enjoy the privileges and immunities provided by the Convention on the privileges and immunities of the specialized agencies of 21 November 1947 (hereinafter referred to as the "Convention on the specialized agencies'), to which the French Republic is party.
4. the Government representatives of the IAEA referred to in paragraph 1 (c) of article 2 above the privileges and immunities provided for in article XV of the Statute of the International Atomic Energy Agency necessary for the exercise of their functions in full independence for the duration of the meetings of its pre-sessional / Conference / known meetings / meetings not known.
5 other observers/persons referred to in paragraphs 1 (d) and 1 (e) of article 2 above shall enjoy immunity from jurisdiction in relation to remarks oral or written and all acts performed by them in connection with their participation in the meetings of pre-session / conference / known meetings / meetings not known.
6. the personnel provided by the Government under section 8 above enjoys immunity from jurisdiction in relation to remarks orally or written and acts performed in the exercise of his official duties in connection with the meetings of pre-session / Conference / meetings known / unknown meetings.
7. without prejudice to the preceding paragraphs of this article, all persons exercising functions in connection with the pre-session meetings / conference / known meetings / meetings not known, including those referred to in article 8 above, and all those who are invited to the meetings of pre-session / conference / known meetings / meetings not known , shall enjoy the privileges, immunities and facilities necessary for the performance independently of their duties related to their participation in the pre-session meetings / conference / known meetings / meetings not known.
8. without prejudice to the General Convention and the Convention on the specialized agencies, the privileges and immunities provided in the present agreement are granted exclusively to ensure the smooth running of the Conference.
9. without prejudice to the General Convention and the Convention on the specialized agencies, the executive Secretary cooperates with the French authorities to facilitate the proper administration of justice, to ensure the observance of police regulations and prevent any abuse in which the privileges, immunities and facilities granted under this agreement.
10. the immunities granted to the persons referred to in paragraphs 1 (d) and 1 (e) of article 2 above are thrown in all cases where they would be likely to impede the course of justice and can be lifted without prejudice to the interests of the Secretariat.
11. all persons referred to in article 2 above and all persons exercising functions in connection with the meetings of pre-session / conference / known meetings / meetings unknown, who have been invited by the Secretariat, have the right to enter the territory of the French Republic and leave, and any restrictions should be imposed on their transit and destined to the premises of the pre-session meetings / Conference premises / premises known meetings / meetings unknown premises. Visas and entry permits may be required are issued free of charge and at the earliest possible opportunity. The provisions are also taken to ensure that visas for the duration of the meetings of pre-session / Conference / meetings known / unknown meetings are issued at the airport upon arrival, to persons who were unable to obtain them prior to their arrival. The Government designates an officer acting as liaison between the Government and the Secretariat officer, and it was their responsibility to ensure the implementation of the provisions on visas and entry permits.
12. the premises of the pre-session meetings / Conference premises / premises known meetings / unknown meetings referred to in article 1 above premises are premises of the Organization of the United Nations within the meaning of section 3 of article II of the General Convention and the access to them is placed under the authority and control of the Secretariat. These premises are inviolable for the duration of the pre-session meetings / conference / known meetings / meetings not known, as well as during the preparatory phase and the closure period.
13. pursuant to section 7 of article II of the General Convention, the Government authorized the temporary importation, free of duty and taxes, any material needed in pre-sessional meetings / conference / known meetings / meetings not known, notably the material written, audio, video, photographic and other technical equipment accompanying participants, observers or representatives of the media or shipped by them , and promptly issue of import and export authorizations possibly necessary for this purpose. The Government shall ensure that a system of rapid clearance of these blogs for the pre-session meetings / conference / known meetings / meetings not known either in place.
14. the Secretariat has in France of the same privileges as duties and taxes as those enjoyed currently the United Nations and its specialized agencies under the General Convention and the Convention on the specialized agencies. Accordingly, the Secretariat enjoys the relief from duties and taxes included in the price of goods and services, during the purchase of goods and services with a value of EUR 150 or more. The purchase price of EUR 150 or more is the gross value, all duties and taxes included. This exemption of duties and taxes shall be granted to the Secretariat only the title of the official purchases in connection with the Conference / pre-session briefings / meetings known / unknown meetings.
Article 11 financial provisions 1. In addition to the financial obligations specified elsewhere in this agreement, the Government shall bear the additional expenditure that results, directly or indirectly, the holding of the Conference in le Bourget, France, rather than at Bonn, Germany. These expenses, which estimated provisionally totalled 3.026.069 euros, include, without limitation, the actual additional costs to the cost of travel and allowances of officials of the Secretariat and other officials of the Organization of the United Nations charged with preparing the Conference or to attend (see annex VI (a) to this Agreement) as well as the costs of the technical tasks required to prepare the Conference and shipping of equipment and supplies that are not directly available on the spot, in accordance with paragraph 1 of article 3 and, where appropriate, Annexes I and II to this agreement. The provisions relating to the travel of staff of the Secretariat and other United Nations officials who must ensure preparations or service the meetings of the Conference, as well as the effective payment of expenses and allowances to which those employees are entitled, are then taken by the Secretariat in accordance with the Statute and the United Nations staff rules and administrative practices regarding the conditions of travel the free baggage allowance, daily subsistence allowance and terminal expenses. All procurements carried out by the Secretariat for the Conference must be consistent with the financial regulations and the financial rules of the United Nations.

2. at the request of the Government and at the expense of the latter, the Secretariat agrees that the accommodation of officials of the Secretariat, other officials of the United Nations and the subcontractors officially allocated to the servicing of the meetings of pre-session and the Conference is assured through the body designated by the Government to this end. In addition to the obligations arising for him to paragraph 1 of this article, the Government pays to the Secretariat the sum of 3.001.845 euros in respect of accommodation costs listed in detail in annex VI (b) to this agreement.
3. within a period of twenty (20) days from the effective date of this agreement, the Government presents to the Secretariat the sum of 3.026.069 euros referred to in paragraph 1 of this article and detailed in annex VI (a) to the present agreement. If necessary, the Government pays new advances to the Secretariat, at the request of, so that it must at no time temporary financing on its own liquidity of the expenses which shall be borne by the Government.
4. within a period of twenty (20) days of the signing of the present agreement, the Government presents to the Secretariat the sum of 3.001.845 euros in respect of accommodation costs referred to in paragraph 2 of this article and detailed in annex VI (b) to this agreement. If, at a point later, other staff members of the Secretariat, United Nations officials or subcontractors must be hosted, the Secretariat shall inform the Government, which pays the Secretariat requested additional amounts so that it can make new arrangements for accommodation to the body designated by the Government for this purpose. 5. The deposit and the advances referred to in paragraph 3 of this article are used exclusively to enable the Secretariat to fulfil its commitments with regard to the Conference.
6. all amounts paid by the Government to the Secretariat in accordance with this article shall be transferred by wire transfer to the following account: Bank: JP Morgan Chase Bank, 270 Park Avenue, 43nd floor, New York, N.Y. 10017, United States of America account no: 485 001 802 the account title: UNOG General Fund SWIFT Code: CHAS US 33 ABA: 021 000 21 (bank code of the United States for electronic transfers) by specifying that the sums paid shall be credited to the : UNFCCC special account for the preparation of the Conference 7. The Secretariat will retain an amount equal to five percent (5%) of expenditure set to the title of this article to cover its administrative support costs.
8. the Secretariat shall provide Government an interim financial report June 30, 2016. August 31, 2016 at the latest, it provide Government with a final financial report indicating the actual costs possibly incurred by the Secretariat and which are the responsibility of the Government in accordance with paragraphs 1 and 2 of this article. The amount of these expenses is denominated in dollars of the United States on the basis of the official exchange rate of the United Nations at the time where costs were exposed. On the basis of the final financial report, the Secretariat shall reimburse the Government any unspent portion of deposit or the Government advances, to the bank account indicated below. If actual costs exceed the amount of the deposit and advances, the Government adjusts the balance within two months of receipt of the final financial report. The latter is the subject of a verification as provided for in the financial regulations and rules of the United Nations, and final fact accounts fit the purpose of any comments that might raise the audit conducted by the Board of Auditors of the United Nations Organization, the conclusion is accepted as being without appeal by the Secretariat and the Government.
Bank: Banque De France Nantes account no.: 30001 00589 0000M 055150 21 the account: cash General for foreigner SWIFT Code: BDFEFRPPCCT ABA: FR06 3000 1005 8900 00M 0 5515 021 by specifying that the sums paid shall be credited to the: UNFCCC budget adjustment for COP 21 Article 12 liability 1. It is the responsibility of the Government to treat any action, claim or other claim against the Secretariat of the United Nations or their officials arising: (a) personal injury, damage or material losses occurred on the premises of the pre-session meetings / premises of the Conference referred to in article 3 above that are provided by the Government or placed under his control;
(b) for damages for personal injury, damage or material losses caused by the use of transport services provided by the Government or falling within his authority, or incurred during such use;
(c) employment for the Conference of personnel provided by the Government in accordance with article 8 above.
2. the Government guarantees and puts out cause the United Nations and the Secretariat and all their staff for any action, claim, or other requests of this type.
Article 13 settlement of disputes any dispute between the Secretariat and the Government concerning the interpretation or application of this agreement which has not been settled by negotiation or by any other means which they agreed is returned at the request of one or other of the parties, for decision to an arbitral tribunal composed of three members of whom one is appointed by the Secretary general of the United Nations one is appointed by the Government, these two arbitrators designating the third, who is the president of the tribunal. If, within a period of sixty (60) days from the appointment of an arbitrator by one of the two parties, the other party has not designated its arbitrator or if the two arbitrators cannot not agree on the third arbitrator within a period of sixty (60) days of their appointment, the Secretary-General of the Permanent Court of arbitration may at the request of one or other of the parties, proceed to the necessary appointment. The arbitration is conducted in accordance with the optional rules of the Permanent Court of arbitration to the arbitration of disputes between international organizations and States, in force at the date of this agreement, provided however that any dispute relating to a question relating to the General Convention is treated in accordance with section 30, article VIII of the said Convention.
Article 14 Annexes 1. The Annexes to this agreement are an integral part thereof and, unless expressly provided otherwise, any reference to this agreement also refers to its Annexes. The exact number of items listed in the Annexes is subject to change. However, the overall value of any change of this type does not exceed fifteen (15) percent of the amount transferred by the Government under section 11.
2. Notwithstanding paragraph 1 of this article, the standards and the number of elements provided in the Annexes to this agreement are considered standards and minimum numbers. If the Government wishes to provide higher standards or more items than what is requested by the Secretariat, it may do so after consultation with the latter.
Article 15 Documents and confidential information information and data considered by one of the Parties as under a right of exclusive ownership or that one party gives or communicates to the other party in the performance of this agreement, and that it designates as being confidential, are held confidential and treated in accordance with the instructions of the issuing party.
Article 16 final provisions 1. This agreement may be amended by a written agreement between the Government and the Secretariat.
2. this Agreement shall enter into force when the Government shall in writing inform the Secretariat of the completion of the procedures required for its entry into force. It will remain until the Conference and for the duration thereof, and subsequently for the duration necessary to the settlement of all issues relating to any of its provisions.
IN witness whereof the undersigned, duly authorized thereto, have signed this agreement.
Indeed in the cities of Paris, France, the 20th day of April 2015, and Bonn, Germany, the 27th day of March 2015 in four original copies, two in English and two in French, both versions being equally authentic.
For the Government of the French Republic: Laurent Fabius Minister of Foreign Affairs and international development for the Secretariat of the framework Convention of the United Nations on climate change and its Kyoto Protocol: Christiana Figueres executive Secretary annex ANNEXES annex premises 1. Conference rooms (estimate of needs in terms of space: 20,000 m2 for all listed below, including two plenary rooms meeting rooms), each meeting or conference room is equipped with a Wi - Fi coverage and sufficient LAN connections.

a) a conference room (plenary room 1) with a minimum capacity of 1,900 people seated (544 seats at the tables, 544 seats for advisers, 812 additional seats); a dais (9 seats at the tables) and 9 seats for advisers; area reserved for the Conference near the dais (3 tables, 6 chairs) officer; a desk, a Panel for the control panel complies with the visuals of the Conference; two large screens and technical equipment for video projections; stage/platform equipped with a background scene appropriate suitable for television broadcasting as shown in annex V, and a space at the front to be used temporarily by television and press photographers. a teleprompter; an audio recording on CD installation; four slots for fixed cameras and two for mobile cameras provided by the host broadcaster. output audio (boxes distribution audio XLR, two in English and two for the language of the speaker, or two in french); audio/video (in English and in the language of the speaker) or in french and signals data/presentation dedicated embedded in the audio/visual system and connected to the Régie "nodal" of the host broadcaster (for more information, see annex III); a laptop for presentations to the table on the dais and the technical area with remote laptop, a laptop for the Conference Officer and a printer in the box that it is reserved; a kit of virtual participation (for more information, see Appendix II); LAN connections at locations given, notably but not exclusively on the dais and the area reserved for the Conference Officer; a location with tables inside the room for the distribution of documents; seven interpretation booths; a national flag (height 170 cm) on mast and a flag of the United Nations (height: 170 cm).
b) a conference room (plenary room 2) with a capacity of 1,300 people seated (544 seats at the tables, 544 seats for advisers, 212 additional seats); a dais (9 seats at the tables) and 9 seats for advisers; location close to the stage for the Conference (3 tables, 6 chairs) officer; a desk, a sign for the console meets the Visual of the Conference; two large screens and technical equipment for video projections; four slots for fixed cameras and two for mobile cameras provided by the host broadcaster. output audio (boxes distribution audio XLR, two in English and two for the language of the speaker, or two in french); audio/video signals (in English and in the language of the speaker) or in french and signal of data/presentation dedicated embedded in the audio/visual system of the room and connected to the Régie "nodal" of the host broadcaster. an audio recording on CD installation; a laptop for presentations to the table on the dais and a laptop in the technical area with presenter, a laptop for the Conference Officer and a printer in the box which is reserved, a kit of virtual participation (for more information, see Appendix II); LAN connections at locations given, notably but not exclusively on the dais and the area reserved for the Conference Officer; a location with tables inside the room for the distribution of documents; seven interpretation booths; a national flag (height 170 cm) on mast and a flag of the United Nations (height: 170 cm) pole. scene/estrade equipped with a background scene appropriate suitable for television broadcasting as indicated in annex v c) conference rooms referred to in points a and b must be equipped with an installation of simultaneous interpretation in the six languages of the Conference and (English and language of the speaker) audio recording on CD. Each interpretation booth must be able to pass on seven channels (the speaker more each channel). The Chinese and Arabic booths require a device to switch directly on the interpretation in English or french, regardless of the language of the speaker, so that interpreters for Arabic and Chinese could work from these two languages without the need to move physically. The Arab and Chinese booths will also be designed and equipped to receive three interpreters each (three consoles). Cabins must be placed at least at the same height as the dais. A space for two additional cabins would be required (under consideration).
d) a conference room (meeting room n ° 1) with a capacity of 600 people seated (classroom format; 360 spaces at tables and 240 additional seats) with a platform (8 seats at the table and 8 seats for advisers).
e) a conference room (meeting room n ° 2) with a capacity of 580 people sitting (in square; 70 places at tables, 160 seats for advisors and 350 additional seats).
f) three rooms press conference (press 1, 2 and 3 conference rooms) as indicated in annex III.
g) two conference rooms (Nos. 3 and 4 meeting rooms) with a capacity of 350 people seated each (format classroom; 300-seat tables and 50 additional seats) with a platform (6 seats at the tables) and 6 seats for advisers.
h) two conference rooms (Nos. 5 and 6 meeting rooms) with a capacity of 200 people seated each (format classroom; 150 seats at tables and 50 additional seats) with a platform (6 seats at the tables) and 6 seats for advisers.
i) two conference rooms (Nos. 7 and 8 meeting rooms) with a capacity of 150 people seated each (classroom format; 120 seats at tables and 30 additional seats) with a platform (6 seats at the tables) and 6 seats for advisers.
j) three conference rooms (Nos. 9, 10 and 11 meeting rooms) with a capacity of 100 people seated each (format classroom; 80 seats at the tables and 20 additional seats) with a platform (6 seats at the tables).
k) a conference room (meeting No. 12 room) with a capacity of 360 people sitting (in square; 80 seats at the tables, 80 places for advisors and 200 additional seats).
l) a conference room (meeting No. 13 room) with a capacity of 200 people (in square; 80 seats at the tables and 120 seats for advisers).
m) four conference rooms (Nos. 14, 15, 16 and 17 meeting rooms) with a capacity of 100 people seated each (in square; 50 places at tables and 50 seats for advisers).
n) three conference rooms (Nos. 18, 19 and 20 meeting rooms) with a capacity of 80 people seated each (format classroom; 80 seats at the tables) with a platform (6 seats at the tables).
o) two conference rooms (Nos. 21 and 22 meeting rooms) with a capacity of 80 people seated each (in square; 40 places at tables and 40 seats for advisers).
p) Six conference rooms (meeting rooms Nos. 23, 24, 25, 26, 27 and 28) with a capacity of 60 people seated each (in square; 30 seats at tables and 30 places for advisors).
q) two conference rooms (Nos. 29 and 30 meeting rooms) with a capacity of 40 persons sitting each (in square; 20 spaces at tables and 20 seats for advisers).
r) two conference rooms (Nos. 31 and 32 meeting rooms) with a capacity of 20 people sitting each (in square; 10 places at tables and 10 seats for advisers).
s) a conference room for side events and meetings of the NGO groups (meeting room "meetings and parallel events group of NGOs ' no. 1) with a capacity of 500 seated guests. installation of interpretation (two cabins); stage 8 stakeholders, 8 Councillors, pulpit and 4 players microphones.
t) four conference rooms for side events and meetings of the NGO groups (meeting room "meetings and parallel events group of NGOs ' Nos. 2, 3, 4 and 5) with a capacity of 300 seats each; installation of interpretation (two cabins in each room); Platform for 8 speakers, 8 advisors, desk and 2 microphones music players.
u) two conference rooms for side events and meetings of the NGO groups (meeting room "meetings and parallel events group of NGOs ' Nos. 6 and 7) with a capacity of 200 seats each; installation of interpretation (two cabins in each room); Platform for 8 speakers, 8 advisors, desk and 2 microphones music players.
v) three conference rooms for side events and meetings of the NGO groups (meeting room "meetings and parallel events group of NGOs ' Nos. 8, 9 and 10) with a capacity of 150 seats each; installation of interpretation (two cabins in each room); Platform for 6 speakers, 6 advisors, desk and 2 microphones music players.
w) two conference rooms for side events and meetings of the NGO groups (meeting room "meetings and parallel events group of NGOs ' Nos. 11 and 12) with a capacity of 100 people seated each; installation of interpretation (two cabins in each room); Platform for 6 speakers, 6 advisors, desk and 2 microphones music players.
x) a conference room for meetings with organizations with observer status (meeting room "meetings and parallel events group of NGOs ' no. 13) with a capacity of 50 seated; installation of interpretation (two cabins); Platform for 4 speakers, 4 advisors, desk and 2 microphones music players.

(y) space for events under the initiative "for a dynamic of change", as shown in annex XI.
(z) all conference rooms must be equipped with lighting and adequate sound and systems of a sufficient number of microphones according to the size and the capacity of the room; each room will have the possibility to make an audio recording of the session; a laptop (RJ45) connected to the mains must be provided for presentations as well as a virtual participation kit (for more information, see Appendix II); each meeting room must have sufficient wireless coverage.
AA) all conference rooms / meeting will be soundproofed and equipped with ventilation, air conditioning systems and adequate heating, as well as a clock. The specific data concerning these devices will be determined in close consultation with the Secretariat during technical missions.
Plenary rooms 1 and 2 must have an electronic system for displaying names indicating the applications of speech of delegations on many monitors for the Presidency, note-takers, conference officials and technicians. A separate list of delegates wishing to address will be generated with the exact names of the Parties/observers in English (this list showing the next 25 players will be visible on separate monitors; it will also show the total number of delegations have asked for the floor and different colors will be used to distinguish between the Parties and observers; Please note that the Chair is not required to give the floor to the delegates in the order of) applications). The technician open the microphone when the presiding officer has announced the name of the intervener. The camera dome installed in two plenary halls system will be connected to the PA system and programmed to automatically select the place of the speaker in the plenary. The name of the intervener and of the party or the observer will be shown on the screen. A history of interventions, specifying what party intervened and what time should be printed at the end of session.
BB) plenary rooms 1 and 2 must have a system of lights remotely indicating the maximum duration of interventions. Lights or displays digital, visible to the public, must be installed on the control panel or projected on the screen to indicate the end of the time allocated; possibility of a sound signal when the time is finished.
CC) special wiring for audio and video signals (all work and equipment necessary) so that the debates in plenary Hall 1 can be tracked from the plenary Hall 2 or G77 conference room and China in the six official languages of the United Nations more than the speaker.
DD) plenary rooms and VIP spaces will need to be decorated (plants of Interior and flowers).
Meeting room CONFIGURATION PLACES at tables PLACES for additional seats TOTAL cabins advisors interpretation plenary 1 plenary 544 544 812 1.900 7 cabins plenary 2 plenary 544 544 212 1,300 7 cabins room press conference no. 1 Amphitheater 500 2 cabins room press conference no. 2 Amphitheater 200 2 cabins room press conference no. 3 Amphitheater 200 2 cabins No. 1 classroom 360 240 600 room meeting room of meeting No. 2 square 80 160 350 580 room meeting No. 3 classroom 300 50 350 meeting room no. 4 classroom 300 50 350 meeting room no. 5 classroom 150 50 200 meeting room no. 6 classroom 150 50 200 meeting room no. 7 classroom 120 30 150 n ° 8 120 30 150 classroom meeting room no. 9 room meeting room class 80 20 100 meeting room no. 10 classroom 80 20 100 meeting room no. 11 classroom 80 20 100 meeting room no. 12 square 80 80 200 360 meeting room no. 13 square 80 120 200 meeting room no. 14 square 50 50 100 meeting room no. 15 square 50 50 100 meeting room no. 16 square 50 50 100 meeting No. 17 square 50 room
50 100 meeting room no. 18 classroom 80 0 80 meeting room no. 19 classroom 80 0 80 meeting room no. 20 classroom 80 0 80 meeting room no. 21 square 40 40 80 meeting room no. 22 square 40 40 80 meeting room no. 23 square 30 30 60 meeting room no. 24 square 30 30 60 meeting No. 25 square 30 30 60 room
Meeting room no. 26 square 30 30 60 meeting room no. 27 square 30 30 60 meeting room no. 28 square 30 30 60 meeting room no. 29 square 20 20 40 meeting room no. 30 square 20 20 40 meeting room no. 31 square 10 10 20 meeting No. 32 square 10 10 20 room "Side events" room no. 1 Multi 500 2 cabins "Side events" room no. 2 Multi 300 2 cabins room "Side events" No. 3 Multi 300 2 cabins room "Side events" No.4 Multi 300 2 cabins room "Side events" No.5 Multi 300 2 cabins room "Side events" No. 6 Multi 200 2 cabins room "Side events" No.7 Multi 200 2 cabins room "Side events" No. 8 Multi 150 2 cabins room "Side events" No. 9 Multi 150 2 cabins room "Side events" No. 10 Multi 150 2 cabins room "Side events" No. 11 Multi 100
2 cabins room "Side events" Multi 100 2 cabins room "Side events" No.12 No.13 Multi 50 2 cabins total number of seats available 11.620 2. Availability of rooms of conference, offices and other spaces of the Conference premises referred to in annex I will be made available off schedule by mutual agreement before the beginning of the pre-sessional meetings. The calendar of Assembly, installation and testing of equipment will be stopped in accordance with the Secretariat.
3 installations for pre-session meetings the receiving State will provide adequate facilities for meetings of pre-session, as shown in the table below, effective Monday, November 23, 2015. Exact needs and the configuration will be determined in close consultation with the Secretariat. The framework of meetings of pre-session should be separate from the site of the COP to avoid disturbances due to construction operations. For this purpose, a separate Internet connection (symmetrical, at least 34 MB/s, high speed (1, 2, 3), a LAN infrastructure and support will be needed for pre-session meetings. The two sites will be preferably connected by a dedicated connection or a secure VPN.
No. amount room Configuration (size) capacity calendar 1 1 meeting No. 1 G77 and China class (600 m2) room 500 28-29 November 2 1 No. 2 meeting room (LDCs/SIDS) classroom (300 m2) 250 24-27 November 3 1 meeting room no.3 (African Group) classroom (300 m2) 250 26-27 November 4 8 meeting rooms our 4-11 (meetings of presidents with the negotiating teams) square (45 m2) 30
26-29 November 1. A connection from relief should be installed with automatic failover in the event of failure of the primary bonding.
2. 16 public IP addresses must be supplied for NAT network (address translation NAT) and broadcast on the Internet service. The IP should be distinct from the DSL addresses.
3. the service provider shall provide technical support on site during installation and operation.
3.1. conference rooms has) a meeting room, classroom format, with a capacity of 500 people sitting at the tables (table on the dais with 6 seats); the power supply should be sufficient in the meeting room for a large amount of material and a large number of PCs and laptops.
Meeting room n ° 1 should have the following equipment: a laptop for projection, connected to a projector / Beamer (5,000 ANSI lumens); projection screen (270 × 180 cm); control microphones, amplifier and speaker unit; 250 conference microphone (a microphone for two participants); independent pickups for the Presidency at the table on the dais, with function for interruption and breaking; two 22 '' LCD monitors placed in front of the dais.
(b)) two (Nos. 2 and 3) meeting rooms, classroom format, with a capacity of 250 people seated at tables for each (table on the dais with 6 seats); the power supply should be sufficient in each meeting room for a large amount of material and a large number of PCs and laptops.
Two Nos. 2 and 3 meeting rooms must have the following equipment: a laptop for projection, connected to a projector / Beamer (5 000 ANSI lumens); projection screen (270 × 180 cm); control microphones, amplifier and speaker unit; 125 conference microphone (a microphone for two participants); independent pickups for the Presidency at the table on the dais, with function for interruption and breaking; two 22 '' LCD monitors placed in front of the dais.
c) eight meeting (our 4-11) rooms, square configuration, with a capacity of 30 people seated at tables for each; the power supply should be sufficient in the meeting rooms for a large amount of material and a large number of PCs and laptops.
(d) all conference rooms must be equipped with lighting and a proper PA system.
(e) all conference rooms will be soundproofed and equipped with adequate ventilation and air conditioning systems.

(f) all meeting rooms must be reserved and available before the meeting (to no later than Monday, November 23, 2015) for installation and testing. They should be available until the day following the last day of meeting in the event that the meeting would be delayed and can extend during the night or the following morning.
3.2. personnel offices and other spaces) two offices (approx. 60 m2) fully furnished, equipped and operational, each with 10 workstations types in islets of 5 tables and chairs; a printer copier HP Multifunction network (of type equivalent to HP M 880) in each office staff: multifunction printer in black and white medium, analog or digital, speed capacity of 60 to 90 copies per minute, double-sided printing mode. Instructions in English will be provided. The machine must be installed and configured and available technical assistance effective November 24, 2015. The printer settings must allow network printing.
(b)) a bureau (office for payment of daily subsistence allowances, about 25 m2) fully furnished, equipped and operational, with each 3 workstations types, 3 tables and chairs. It must be located so as to be easily accessible for participants in meetings of pre-session and equipped with a safe and printer copier HP networked (of type equivalent to HP M 880): multifunction printer in black and white medium, analog or digital, speed capacity of 60 to 90 copies per minute, double-sided printing mode. Instructions in English will be provided. The machine must be installed and configured and available technical assistance effective November 24, 2015. The printer settings must allow network printing. Ten additional chairs near the office to serve as a waiting area.
(c) a computer centre (exhibit of approximately 200 m2 or open space) for Internet access, 50 laptops, with a network printer).
3.3. restoration and other services) the following services will be provided for consideration and will be operated from 8:00 to 22:00 on the site of meetings of pre-session: cafeteria and vending machines (breakfast, lunch, dinner and catering service) at reasonable prices. banking services for participants, with particular DAB, cashing of cheques and the good United Nations (DSA), changes.
b) water on the tables for the G77 and China, SIDS, LDCs and Africa group meetings (water and glasses to provide each morning meeting and replenishment during the day).
(c) a water fountain shall be provided in each room meeting, with cardboard cups and bottles of refill in sufficient quantities.
3.4. a) the receiving State support staff will need to put in place proper security.
b) security and guards to control the badges; registered nurses.
(c) local staff for pre-session meetings, including technical support in sufficient numbers to staff dealing with laptops, printers, photocopiers, lighting, etc. 4. Offices, including the core team, area services and other spaces in) office space for core, totally furnished, equipped and operational team, with 20 to 25 workstations such types as described in the table below. a speed photocopier medium; 5 international terrestrial telephone lines; 4 telephones with boss/Secretary function; a fax; a multifunction printer with scanner function (connected to the same network as the core team); a computer network (LAN and Wi - Fi) with adequate Internet connectivity; for Smartphone (smartphones) in adequate number and computer assistance for personnel services will be available starting October 19, 2015, three weeks prior to the Conference to the United Nations website. If the personnel offices planning and installation of the equipment are not finalized, the computer services described above must remain available.
(b) approximately 4 000 m2 of space with 80 to 100 offices (depending on the size of the Conference) fully furnished, equipped and operational (including soundproofing of the offices of the Coordinator, small meeting rooms, offices and rooms of reprography General spaces), to the staff of the Secretariat and other United Nations personnel, depending on the number of officers specified by the Executive Secretary the President of the Conference and the support team, will be available no later than November 23, 2015.
(c) all offices must have adequate access to Wi - Fi. Each workstation must have a minimum of a network connection. Connections additional network must be provided to the offices with the gateway VoIP (telephone/teleconference VoiP device). A redundant network connection by collective office.
(d) offices will reflect the structure of the work of the Secretariat teams (programmes, subprogrammes, teams, for example): (i) Office VVIP (150 m2) to the Secretary-General during the second week of the Conference with flag of the United Nations (height 170 cm) mat single and double pole with a flag of the United Nations and a national flag in the corner picture of the Secretary-General; an office for his assistants, two offices for his support team (7 workstations each); a meeting room for 20 people and a lounge for 20 people.
(ii) two managerial offices (100 m2 each), one for the Executive Secretary of the UNFCCC and the other for the President of the COP; offices must be adjacent to the managerial offices. the office of the Executive Secretary of the UNFCCC and the President of the COP should have concrete walls, a national flag (height 170 cm) on mast and flag of the United Nations (height 170 cm) pole.
(iii) an office for the direction and executive management (EDM) the UNFCCC and COP/CMP support with an office of Coordinator and 14 workstations for support teams.
(iv) a collective office for the Deputy Executive Secretary (ODES) and support services COP/CMP with a Coordinator Office, an office of Director and 29 workstations for support teams.
(v) a collective office for the support of the french government team, according to the needs of the host State.
(vi) two meeting rooms that can accommodate 20 to 25 persons each for the Executive Secretary of the UNFCCC, and the President of the COP, located near their offices.
(vii) a collective office for the Chairpersons/Vice-Chairpersons of the subsidiary body for implementation (SBI), the subsidiary body for scientific and technological advice (SBSTA) and the Coordination of the ad hoc working group (ADP) with 4 offices of co-ordinator and 4 workstations for the support team.
(viii) a collective office for the cell's strategy of implementing (UIS) with an office of Coordinator, an office of Director and 20 workstations, including ADP support team.
(ix) a collective office for Legal Affairs with a Coordinator Office, an office of Director and 18 workstations for the support team.
(x) a collective office for the mechanism of sustainable development (MDD) with an office of Coordinator, 3 offices and 22 workstations.
(xi) a collective office for the body adaptation with a Coordinator Office, an office of Director and 23 workstations for the support team.
(xii) a collective program office Finance, technology and capacity-building (FTC) with an Office Coordinator, Director Office and 42 workstations for the support team, including the support SBSTA team.
(xiii) a collective office for mitigation program, data and analysis (MDA) with an office of Coordinator, 2 offices and 52 workstations for the support team, including the support SBI team.
(xiv) a collective office for administrative services (AS) with an office of Coordinator and 10 workstations for the support team.
(xv) a collective office for the Service of communications and awareness (CO) with an office of Coordinator, 2 offices and approximately 33 workstations for strategic communication and knowledge management teams.
(xvi) a collective office for the Service of computing and communications (ITS) with an office of Coordinator, an office of Director and 19 workstations for the support team.
(xvii) an office space opened with 20 workstations for the team's account of the negotiations Bulletin (ENB).
(xviii) a collective office for the Service of the Affairs of the Conference (CAS) with 3 offices Coordinator, a Director and approximately 30 workstations for the support team, and a small meeting room for staff.
(xix) a collective office for the cell's documentation with 14 workstations.
(xx) a collective office for the Office of liaison with organizations having observer status with 16 workstations, table (s) visitors and 12 seats visitors.
(xxi) a collective office for review with 12 workstations team.
(xxii) a collective office for typing with 12 workstations team.
(xxiii) an adequate number of rooms to print / copy with the equipment for the teams in spaces 'staff '; (requirements specified in annex II).

(xxiv) four meeting rooms for 30 people (square: 15 seats at the tables and 15 additional seats) in the area of the offices reserved for staff.
(xxv) offices and jobs in areas of services, as indicated in paragraphs a to t in the next section (office equipment).
(xxvi) offices for security: two offices Coordinator for the Director of the Division of Headquarters (DHSSS) security and safety services and the security of events co-ordinator, a Director for the Coordinator Office Assistant safety demonstrations, a desk with 2 workstations for their assistants, a desk with 6 workstations for the host country security services an office with 5 workstations for the VIP coordination office, a desk with 6 workstations communicating with another office with 4 workstations behind the reception/home (counter 'found objects').
(xxvii) reception/home (counter 'found objects', length 4 m) must have a vast space of storage under lock and key of found objects and communicate through a door locking with the Control Centre of the Security (30 m2, 4 workstations with one including the head of the network of closed-circuit television).
(xxviii) a storage room of weapons, concrete walls, must be located close to the Security Control Centre and wide enough to allow security officers to load or unload weapons through a system of 'bullet trap' secure, and to store all other equipment (radios and Chargers radio prong, torches (, megaphones, etc.).
(xxix) cloakroom closed which may contain 100 demi-casiers, communicating with a lounge to rest security officers, with 4 workstations.
(xxx) a small room (about 30 people) for daily safety meetings.
(xxxi) two areas of security screening (2,000 m2) with enough space for the queues of waiting and devices and safety equipment.
(xxxii) cloakroom (100 m2).
(e) the installation and planning calendar will be stopped in close consultation with the Secretariat after the first technical mission so that local as well as all the facilities and services are available in a timely manner.
(f) the detailed configuration of offices, meeting spaces and service areas, as well as the distribution of equipment and furniture, will be adopted in close consultation with the Secretariat.
(g) the offices will be equipped to reflect the rank / grade in the United Nations of their occupants, as shown in the table below.
(h) all offices will be equipped with workstations based on the number of members of staff who occupy them and will include at least two seats visitors. All workstations will be equipped with a desk with drawers closing key and a proper Office Chair, that of a desk lamp, a wastebasket, equipped with 4 extensions taken European, and will benefit from sufficient electrical power for all electrical equipment. Each workstation must have a network connection. At least 1 connection network redundant by (collective) office. The coat racks will be provided if necessary. A cupboard lockable, with a shelf, will be provided for each office to a person of high rank, and one for two officers in the Group offices. The host State will provide 4 shredders.
(i) in all prefabricated buildings, particular attention should be paid to lighting, air conditioning, heating and an adequate soundproofing. Specific data relating to these transactions will be determined in close consultation with the Secretariat during technical missions.
Equipment of offices will be equipped to reflect the rank / grade in the United Nations of their occupants, as shown in the table below: Executive Secretary and president of the cop Coordinator / Chair Director position working type G77 and China NGOs and IGOs United nations Office officials individual Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes lounge (sofa (, chairs, table) 1 meeting Table 1 1 1 1 1 seat of visitor 10 6 2 6 2 6 seat 1 Chair of Secretary 1 1 1 2 4 1 managerial Office 1 ordinary desktop 1 1 1 2 4 1 Cabinet Director 1 low cupboard 1 1 1 to 2 workstations 1 1 1 foot 1 1 1 dimmable lamp hangers 1 1 1 1 for 3 posts work 1 1 1 1 (VoIP) local/internal phone international phone 4() 1 (VoIP) 1 (VoIP) 1 (VoIP) 1 1 1 1 1 1 phone with function boss mobile phone / Secretary, line international 1 PC 2 2 or 4 extensions (4 European by extension plugs) 2 2 2 1 2 4 2 soundproof Office Yes Yes Yes Yes 4 the Secretariat uses a solution of Swyx VoIP telephony from the headquarters of the United Nations to the conference Centre which allows both sites staff to stay connected and keep their office and telephone numbers. The staff who will be on the site of the Conference must be equipped handsets, software and licenses necessary to use this service.
a) operating of the computer network (NOC) Centre: provide adequate space (approximately 20 × 20 m) with access control secure very close to or contacting the primary server room, and configured to accommodate a minimum of 20 workstations, 12 LCD monitors and a meeting with a whiteboard space.
(b) an additional space of adequate size (approximately 15 × 15 m) for permanent it staff should be provided, preferably in close proximity to the NOC.
c) bathroom storage/workshop (for external providers) size needed (to be confirmed) to repair and store the equipment provided, preferably in close proximity to the NOC.
d) a distribution centre on the Internet (100 m2) with 14 adjacent workstations, 14 tables and chairs, a server room well ventilated and storage of equipment.
(e) two data centers (at least 45 m2 each) whose specifications are specified in annex II; the two rooms of servers should be easily accessible from the conference area.
(f) computer storage (50 m2) for spare parts and traps of the UNFCCC, in the immediate vicinity of the room of the primary servers and computer network (NOC) operating centre); must be secured.
(g) computer storage (20 m2) in the immediate vicinity of the registration area).
h) data centers: provide one or more spaces adequate to accommodate about 280 tables and 510 chairs, Internet access via laptop computers (size and number accurate computer centres depend on the configuration of installations and the number of participants, including bloggers, as indicated in annex II, but a minimum clearance of 300 m2 per centre is requested); each computer centre will have at least a workstation dedicated for computer assistance and will be easily identifiable.
i) performers (60 m2) room: space lounge (sofa, armchairs, tables and chairs) for 20 people and adjacent office with a Director Office space and 3 workstations types.
(j) reprography (approximately 250 m2) space air-conditioned to guarantee a low-humidity: tables, chairs, shelves, storage space for paper, 6 photocopiers for intensive use, a large table sorting, 10 chairs and 3 lamps.
k) area of distribution of documents: should be available in an easily accessible place and understand a counter (length: 6 m), 100 linear meters of shelving, 3 workstations types, chairs and tables to sort the documents.
l) registration of participants and the press Hall, with toilet (1400 to 1600 m2, excluding accredited registrars) with enough space for the queues outside. right counter with photos blue walls (Hex code #5B92E5) and enough light to take photos of participants of the highest quality that will be recorded in the database, near the entrance to the conference center on-site (length: 40 to 45 m, accommodating printers of size 50 × 50 × 50 cm and allowing 34 officers to work simultaneously); storage (15 m2) room well ventilated and locking located next to the registration office. space and sufficient tools to manage long queues, safety devices; Office (approximately 150 m2) with approximately 20 workstations including one for officer coordination of security (DSS); 34 kits scanners security (5), (6).
m) Office of information and distribution of meeting rooms (around 30 m2): counter (length: 10 m) allowing 8 agents to work simultaneously and 300 traps for the delegations, in the area of services close to the main entrance, office soundproof (approximately 170 m2) with 22 workstations.
(n) space media and broadcasting (5,000 m2 in total) and offices for the team of press, as shown in annex III, in a separate area of the plenary halls and the main box offices for staff, and close the press conference rooms; adjacent outdoor parking for at least 40 cars satellite and at least 20 positions outside commentator.

o) 18 offices of coordinators (20 m2 each) for senior United Nations officials and VIP's, located at a separate location of the offices of the UNFCCC, as well as a collective office with 10 workstations for senior officials of the United Nations support teams.
(p) four offices for regional groups with 3 desktops and a meeting room adjacent to 20 people for the G77 and China, 2 desktops and a small table of meeting for the African Group, SIDS and LDCs.
q) exhibition space (approximately 4000 m2) with enough space for 200 exhibitors; each stand (2 m × 2 m) will be equipped with a counter (1.5 m × 0.5 m × 1 m) and a backdrop to 2 m in height with the name of the Exhibitor, after validation by the UNFCCC, lighting and a monitor (touch screen preference); each stand will be equipped with extensions with 4 European plugs and a sufficient power supply for the whole of electrical equipment; It solutions should enable virtual exhibitions;
(r) in addition, 20 billboards are needed in the area of exposure; 4 shelves and a visible signage with both the logo of the Conference and that of the UNFCCC will be placed on climate change publications counter (2 m × 2 m each).
s) offices for NGOs groups: two offices with 4 workstations and 8 offices with 3 desktops (including one for the umbrella organisation).
t) two business centres (approximately 50 m2 each) with telephones, fax machines, modems and pay photocopiers; rental of telephones, furniture and other technical equipment for delegates, NGOs and the press.
(u) approx. 500 m2 of storage space for shipments and shipments with outside access for deliveries by car or truck near the area of exposure, available 3 weeks before and one week after the close of the Conference, equipped of a workstation (same space in article 3 paragraph 9).
v) four relaxation rooms (20 m2 each): lounge in a quiet area equipped with comfortable chairs and two beds in a place.
w) two rooms of meditation / prayer (20 m2 each) with prayer rug, in quiet and accessible areas adjacent to toilets.
x) Studio 'Climate change' (4 m × 2 m × 0.5 m): 15 seats spectators before the podium (the fire regulations permitting), a backdrop (3 m × 2 m) with logo (s) and lighting sufficient for television coverage of quality; audio system, two players microphones, a LCD screen, three ordinary chairs, signage ' Studio 'Climate change' UNFCCC ', desktop locking for the crew: 3 workstations and 3 wired Internet connections, storage space for filming equipment.
y) VIP lounge for VIP and guest of honor before the opening ceremony and VIP events, adjacent room plenary I and the security zone or in close proximity. 6 rooms for bilateral meetings.
(z) an office for the payment of daily subsistence allowances (30 m2) equipped with a safe, 4 workstations types and a space waiting for a dozen people.
AA) a space equipped with projection equipment / viewing of images and video clips without sound (to allow the public to attend the activities of observers).
(5) the description and the technical specifications of the security scanner kit are shown in annex II, point 4: information and communication Technologies.
(6) the precise number of kits (laptop computer and barcode scanner) security scanners will depend on the final configuration of the conference Centre and of the number of points of entry and exit; It will be determined in consultation with the head of the UN Security.

Annex annex II equipment and supplies 1. Communications a) telephone system: (i) voice over IP. (VoIP)
(ii) the receiving State will provide PRI primary access lines (7) which will be used for local breakout of VoIP traffic of the Secretariat resulting in the gateway of the Secretariat.
(b) as an alternative, a SIP trunk (8) can be supplied and connected between the gateway VoIP by the Secretariat and the local SIP provider.
(i) the receiving State will make available to smartphones with display in English, equipped with a feature management of mobile devices and interface wifi 2.4 and 5 GHz. All telephone directories shall be equipped with the latest staff data based on the SAL list two weeks before the start of the Conference. A limited number of smartphones and 34 additional SIM cards (for the VoIP gateway) will be made available from the date of the entry into service and until the last day of work of the team base and pre-session meetings staff. All smartphones SIM or all cards must be within the same "call group. Calls within the Group of call shall be covered by a flat rate. Adequate cell coverage must be ensured throughout the Conference site, in order to allow a good quality signal GSM and Blackberry and avoid congestion in the system.
c) facsimile system: faxes plain-paper, recent technology, at high speed, with display in English on international lines.
d) transponders: two single responders to use with interface in English, with a minimum recording capacity of 3 minutes. The function allowing correspondents leave a message should be disabled, leaving only the possibility to listen to the recorded message.
(e) radio communication system consisting of 20 units radio with charger, so that technical staff servicing of the Conference to communicate by walkie-talkie during installation, the Conference and disassembly). If necessary, the network will be supported by a repeater station for communication with all areas of the conference center. Special needs should be considered if the United Nations security team needs to use the same radio technology to ensure adequate encryption and insulation.
f) telephone position: the «Secretary» must be able to receive and filter incoming calls for the 'boss' and transfer if necessary. If the 'boss' wishes to directly receive calls, this possibility should also be provided accordingly.
(7) the primary access (PRI) is a level of telecommunication services standardized as part of the ISDN specification for the delivery of digital transmission of voice and data to several DSO between a network and a user.
(8) the Session Initiation Protocol (SIP) is a telecommunications protocol used for the management of sessions of multimedia telecommunications such as voice and video calls over IP networks.
2. video and videoconferencing equipment has) a multi-standard DVD/CD player with LCD display: portable unit that can be deployed as necessary, DVD player without restrictions on the region codes.
b) Projection: each meeting room will be equipped with a screen and a LCD or DLP projector plugged into one or two laptops (both in plenary halls and the No.1 meeting room) with monitor for presentations from the rostrum. Laptops for the Gallery, in the large meeting rooms, will be equipped with a VGA splitter equipped with the appropriate interface to connect additional screens.
c) means of coordination by videoconference: the host will provide for video conferencing high definition on demand to use at least between the following locations: the seat of the UNFCCC secretariat in Bonn (Germany), the site and the offices of the team of the COP 21/CMP 11 in Paris (France). These means must rely on Internet Protocol (IP) and be equipped with a feature allowing multiple participation. They need to be in place as soon as possible and at least until the close of COP 21/CMP 11, but preferably until the end of all discussions of follow-up post COP 21/CMP 11 may be necessary.
d) Centres of virtual participation: the host will ensure provision of a videoconference service of advanced enabling staff and participants to attend virtual meetings with their foreign counterparts. These centres could be placed around the conference Centre and everyone could have video conferencing and social networking kits for delegates and staff.
3. television CCTV and broadcast on the Internet) a system of television closed circuit (CCTV) with 8 channels at least, will be installed to reflect the discussions of the two plenary rooms and two press conference halls, a channel to broadcast the program and display the programme of meetings; a VGA Converter will be necessary to display the program of meetings which will be communicated from laptop computers. Closed circuit television and meeting rooms naming systems are integrated in television devices.
b) screens of television closed circuit (LCD/plasma screens), as described in paragraph 7, point (m), annex II, will be installed across the site of the Conference, particularly in certain offices of the Secretariat.

(c) the UNFCCC will ensure services webcast live and on-demand for rooms plenary I and II activities, and three press conference rooms. The events taking place in other places can be recorded for broadcast on demand.
(d) the host country host broadcaster will provide the dissemination by Internet service provider all video signals and audio necessary, as mentioned in point 5 of annex III: (i) the retransmissions by Internet will be recorded and broadcast in the language of the speaker and in English or french;
(ii) the services will include monitoring, the insertion of optical beams and encoding footage broadcast on the Internet live and on-demand, for internal and external dissemination, including the provision of a suitable database system to make content accessible on the Internet;
(iii) provision of all equipment and necessary software, including installation, consultation, testing and configuration for all of the necessary equipment;
(iv) provision of technical and editorial support;
(v) the service provider will migrate the files from the Conference broadcast over the Internet to the broadcast site on Internet by the Secretariat and in consultation with the technical team of the Secretariat, test and confirm the availability of the service;
(vi) the service provider will host the broadcast by Internet site and maintain the availability of the service until full completion of the migration of the service and its availability on the website of Internet broadcasting of the Secretariat (up to two months after the close of the Conference).
(e) Internet broadcasting services will be designed and implemented in the overall architecture sound/audio ICT/TV/CCTV.
4 technologies information and communication the Secretariat and the host State shall agree on all of the Conference ICT project management. Project management, quality assurance, and decision making will be carried out by designated officials of the Secretariat in consultation with the host State, according to modalities to be agreed in a design document and project plan separate.
(a) hardware and software for the staff of the Secretariat and participants: (i) the receiving State will provide the Secretariat hardware such as laptop computers and systems print/scan, software and licensing partners, as indicated in annex II, to allow the proper functioning of the Secretariat and facilitate negotiations.
((((ii) the receiving State will provide four images for laptops that will be deployed i) with personnel, ii) security controls, iii) in data centers and press and iv) in the meeting rooms. The host State will provide computer equipment, the associated image, the software and licenses to delegations for consideration. The host State will provide the wallpaper of computers laptops in the form of file JPG 1200 × 1600 or adjusted depending on the size and capacity of actual resolution of the screens provided. This background of screen/screen saver will use the visuals and the agreed upon logos approved by the UNFCCC Secretariat. Assistance provided for data centers is the responsibility of the host State and is detailed in the Annexes.
(iii) minimum Technical Specifications: (1) laptops: the equipment used must be on the market for a year at least, not be at the end of commercial life and be fully under warranty to seller for the duration of the Conference.
Screen 15.0 "HD + (1600 × 900 pixels) anti-glare LED backlight.
Must manage the Windows 7 operating system.
Intel® Core™ i7-2760QM 2.40 GHz processor or equivalent.
Memory SDRAM 4.0 GB, DDR3-1333 MHz. HDD 250 GB.
8 X DVD +/-RW.
WiFi - 802.11a/b/g/n. Webcam and microphone for noise reduction.
US-International English keyboard.
2xUSB, mouse 2 buttons + wheel.
Headphones provided with the microphone (e.g. Plantronics).
(2) readers of bar codes for security checks / Registrar with minimum specifications (symbology: code 128; type drive: manual and linear (1 d); USB interface and drive configuration allowing the sending of ASCII 248 (equivalent to the F8 key) code as a preamble and sending code ASCII 013 (carriage return) to indicate the end of transmission).
(3) printers (with adequate supply of consumables for the duration of the Conference): (a) large multifunction printers like HP M 880;
(b) small similar to the MFP HP LaserJet Pro M521dn multifunctional printers;
(c) desktop double-sided printers: similar to HP LaserJet 2055 dtn (or latest model in this series/line of products);
(d) a secure print feature must be proposed.
b) data center (server rooms): (i) the receiving State will provide data centers to host mobile systems primary and secondary of the UNFCCC and the switches of the registration system. The main data centre must be hosted on the site of the Conference and in the immediate vicinity of the operating centre (NOC) computer network and computer storage space; the secondary Center must be remotely acceptable in terms of accessibility and meet the requirements of continuity of service.
(ii) the data center must meet the standard TIA-942 for data centers, including connectivity, cooling systems, power management systems and security systems (alarm, access control and fire protection).
((iii) adequate space to accommodate the computer recording equipment with power supply of 2 × 10 Amp 220V/50 Hz. c) Internet Services: (i) the receiving State will provide sufficient Internet bandwidth to meet the needs of the staff of the Secretariat and participants, cover the needs of the Conference and offer a VPN secure service between the Secretariat and its seat in Bonn (Germany).
(ii) according to the adopted final design, various passive and active components may be required such as routers, switches, cables and accessories, etc. (iii) Internet connections must be completely redundant, provide an excellent availability and reliability and can simultaneously manage 10,000 Internet clients to the maximum. Internet service must be configured for the multi-rattachement and no component asset or service (e.g. packet filtering, sniffing, etc.) must be configured uplink without authorization of the Secretariat or without consultation with it.
d) local area network LAN: (i) the receiving State will provide, document clear and secure infrastructure for local area network (LAN) covering all the 'blue zone' used by the staff of the Secretariat and participants during the Conference.
(ii) The equipment used must be on the market for a year at least, not be at the end of commercial life and be fully covered by warranty seller during the duration of the Conference. The design of the LAN must meet the requirements of the Secretariat for security, efficiency, high availability, manageability and quality of service.
(iii) all active components used must be accessible remotely from the operations center (NOC) computer network (e.g. via a secure protocol such as SSH and SNMPv2c for dynamic monitoring) and for fast troubleshooting.
(iv) to ensure high reliability, the dorsal network (backbone) should preferably be based on the following elements: (1) network switching of high-performance, highly available and secure reliable, configured at levels core, distribution and access to ensure a balance between security, efficiency and ease of use;
(2) technology cluster with connectivity to 10 Gbps in the main switch;
(3) virtual router in the main switch for routing secure between segments, preferentially using the MPLS VPN technique;
(4) capacity of the main switch to redirect Internet traffic to the web system cache / proxy; in the case otherwise, need to provide material separated;
(5) access control server authentication and authorization for all active, with functions tracking and survey components (tracking and accounting);
(6) scalability: easily extensible to other satellite sites / remote using if necessary available WAN technology, e.g. pre-session network.
(v) connectivity: (1) connectivity 10 Gbps to TI mobile systems of the Secretariat;
(2) at least 1 Gbit/s over the distribution with the possibility of aggregation layer for redundancy;
(3) at least 1 Gbps for Wi-power POE points;
(4) at least 1 Gbps for VoIP devices to power POE;
(5) at least 100 Mbit/s for the copper lines standard category 6 to the workstations;
(6) direct connectivity / dedicated (to preferably dark fibre) between the main server room and the registration centre.
(vi) wiring: (1) the wiring must be based on industry standards such as the TIA-568-B.
(2) optical fibre Singlemode or multimode depending on the distance between the equipment of the network.
(3) the standard wiring of category 6 should have been tested and clearly marked at both ends, in accordance with the agreement with the technical staff of the UNFCCC.

(4) all wires including cords of mixing required for full deployment.
(5) the length of sufficient cable to my computer to allow some flexibility in the development of the local.
(6) the number of required nodes should refer to section 4.9 of Schedule II, nodes network and connections.
(7) clearly documented network cables and connectivity with own marking systems.
(vii) bathroom equipment and bays: (1) the main switch must be placed in a room secured with access control systems.
(2) all active components should be clearly marked and secured in a Bay locking.
(3) cable management tools should be used if necessary.
(4) all connection panels must be installed in solid bays and of adequate size.
(5) provision, marking and clearly documented array configuration.
(viii) power management: (1) power well distributed, with clear indications, equipped with a power system (UPS) UPS for all the main active components.
(2) all UPS units must be securely mounted in the bays.
(3) provision of all adapters and cables necessary.
(4) based on IP (SNMP) monitoring function must be provided with the software of the monitoring system.
(5) clearly documented electrical energy management.
e) local area network LAN Wireless: (i) provision of an infrastructure wireless in the whole of the 'blue zone' for use by the staff of the Secretariat and participants during the Conference. Provided technology will be based on the current standards with function controller, recent encryption technology, availability and high performance, standard 802.11a/b/g/n 2.4 and 5 GHz, access points with power PoE and non-polluting technology and very high density of use f) Audit: the receiving State will conduct the audits necessary before the start of the Conference to ensure a computing environment and a stable and safe service.
(i) Audit of physical infrastructure: (1) this audit will be carried out during the phase of deploying the infrastructure and will cover: the cabling infrastructure, data, Center bays, access control, fire protection and management of the power supply. Any reservation, after having been found, should have found a solution before the start of the Conference.
(ii) Audit of it security: (1) computer security audit must take place at least two weeks before the start of the Conference. Its scope will be discussed between the host State and the UNFCCC. A detailed report containing the findings and recommendations should be provided to the UNFCCC. Any conclusion must be ratified as recommended.
(2) post-audit: A new security audit will be carried out if the recommendations advocated during the pre-audit have been confirmed. It must take place before the start of the Conference.
g) technical teams: (i) computer and specialized technical assistance teams: (1) the receiving State will recruit at its expense and will make available to the Secretariat an English speaking qualified technical staff that will ensure the design, testing, installation, documentation, maintenance, assistance and the dismantling of the network and all its components. This team will be placed under the general supervision of the Executive Secretary or the person who will be designated. REF. i) quote quantitative (Bill of Quantity) (ICTs). All services should be organized on site and working capital during the period of service. All personnel assistance must speak English and be able to work by bearing and (2) personnel will be equipped with a readily identifiable clothing/uniform for purposes of visibility and to differentiate participants, as a plain t-shirt bearing the words "ICT Support" printed clearly on the back.
(3) all support services will cover weekends and holidays unless it has been agreed otherwise with the Secretariat.
(4) according to the service area, on-site assistance is provided between 07:30 and 22:00 during the Conference, unless otherwise provided (e.g. during the high level segment). Monitoring must be ensured outside hours of work with an appropriate alert system.
(5) on-site assistance is also provided for specific teams during the planning, mounting and dismantling in accordance with the agreement concluded with the teams of the Conference planning.
(h) more specific technical requirements and an estimate of the necessary efforts contained in the quantitative estimate (ICTs).
Teams of expertise specific (i) Network Administration: Expertise in operating systems network, including Windows, UNIX, Linux, NetApp, VMware, etc.
Applicable certifications: Microsoft Certified Solutions Expert (MCSE), VCAP5-DCA, Vmware Certified Professional Advance 5 - Datacenter Administration (Vsphare 5). NetApp; NCDA, Exchange Administrator, Secure Printing Solution Expert.
(ii) Internet Expertise: expertise will be preferably provided by the Internet service provider. Expertise in management of Internet services, including monitoring, troubleshooting and analysis of traffic; the service shall be provided by working capital during the period of service set with follow-up outside the period of service.
(iii) Expertise in computer security: responsibility includes: security of workstations, network security, internet security, audit of security, firewalls, access controls, security of the website, etc.
Applicable certifications: CCSE, Checkpoint Certified Security Expert - NGX, CCIE: Security.
(iv) voice over IP Expertise: Expertise in VoIP and telephony GSM, videoconferencing, PRI/SIP integration, installation and configuration of the VoIP gateway and IVR. Applicable certifications: CCNP Voice or equivalent; VoIP Expert Certification.
(v) infrastructure engineering (and expertise in wiring): professional expertise should cover specific network such as LAN/WAN technologies and wireless technologies.
Knowledge of the required CISCO technology.
Service to be provided by working capital during the service period with supervision outside the period of service.
Wiring personnel sufficient to meet all the requirements of wiring/brewing.
Applicable certifications: CCNA, CCNP, CCIE; Routing and Switching; CCIE; Wireless LAN.
VI) hardware support: provided preferably by the supplier/seller of equipment responsible for mounting and installation of all equipment as well as imaging / cloning, maintenance, replacement and disassembly of portable computers.
Knowledge of Ms-SCCM, Ghost or a similar system.
(vii) Service user support / helpdesk: user groups: Secretariat staff, computer centres, press centre, Wifi users and participants in general benefit for consideration.
Limited assistance is provided for the arrival of the core team.
All support staff should be on the site a week before the start of the pre-session and the Conference workshops.
Each support team must include two specialists of Microsoft Office (SMO) approved for Microsoft Office programs and Windows operating systems.
(1) knowledge of tickets of incident management systems (registration, issuance and monitoring of requests for computer assistance) (2) knowledge of operating systems and software deployed for the Conference, including Windows7, MS Office2010, shelves (e.g., iPad).
(3) troubleshooting network connectivity of level 1 and troubleshooting of conventional office devices such as scanners, printers and tablets.
(viii) project management: Project Manager and assistant to be available up to the last technical mission. Expenses of the project, including documentation and monitoring of project management; knowledge management tools such as MS Project; This responsibility includes the supervision of the Organization of the bearings within the various support teams and information to the project manager of the Secretariat on all matters related to the project. Must have experience on similar magnitude and complexity projects.
As PMP or Prince2 or equivalent project management certification.
i) quantitative estimate (ICTs) (Bill of Quantity) (i) non-human resources (equipment, software, licenses, electrical equipment, etc.) (1 lot means a sufficient number of units. The exact number will have to be discussed on the basis of the configuration/design of the Conference).
Service Internet Ref. Annex II 4 (C) main internet line synchronized to 1 Gbps resulting in data centre 1 main line secondary Internet synchronized to 1 Gbps leading to secondary datacenter 1 IPv4 address of class C public/official of sub-network with autonomous systems 16 16 Amp electricity needs numbers 220V/50 Hz with plug Schuko CEE 7 / 4 for broadcast on Internet 2 32 Amp 220V/50 Hz with 3 female connector -PIN IEC 60309 1 16 Amp 220V/50 Hz main data centre with SCHUKO EEC 7/4 to the data center main. Circuit to be supplied from a different 3 32 Amp 220V/50 Hz with female connector 3 phase-pin IEC 60309 to secondary datacenter 1 16 Amp 220V/50 Hz with Schuko plug EEC 7/4 to the data center side. Circuit to be provided from a phase different 3

Connectivity (between data centers and backbone LAN) pairs of fibre Singlemode between data centers primary and secondary 12 pairs of fibre Singlemode between the main data center and room on the secondary main switch 4 pairs of fiber optic between the data center and the room on the main switch 4 pairs of single-mode or multimode fibres (depending on distance) between the main data center and the room of 2 pairs of fibre optic recording servers or multimode (depending on distance) between the secondary data center and the server room of recording 2 mobile ramps for transporting equipment of the UNFCCC to data center server and storage 1 lot telephony Ref. Annex 1 (a) fixed lines (national and international) 70 phones 70 Smartphones with Sims (display in English), MDM, must manage the wifi 2.4 and 5 GHz 450 SIM cards additional (without mobile phones) 34 lines PRI gateway Voice over IP 2 faxes with lines (adapters IP to provide if required) 5 interactive voice response (IVR) system 1 responders (3 min of recording time) 2 videoconference system over IP Ref. Annex II 2 (a) DVD/CD player multi portable system with LCD screen. No restriction on the drive DVD 1 Kit, video conferencing high definition 1 participation Centres virtual (depending on design) 1 lot Kit conference by Internet / Skype for offices of groups of NGOs Ref. Annex I, offices (m) 7 Kits of virtual participation laptops 40 EMU 40 XLR Cables between EMU and audio system 40 connection network (RJ45) 40 video capture (video dazzle) system if the room has a video camera 5 computer system laptops Ref. Annex II 4) (a) iv (version 1) computer and press 620 meeting Centres, plenary 1 and 2 50 computers laptops Ref. Annex II 4 (a) iv (version 2) VIP staff, NGOs, regional groups, etc. 150 security Ref. Annex II 4 (a) computer Kits barcode 40 + 30 portable readers (to be confirmed) screens and dispatchers VGA Ref. Annex II 4 (a) TFT display 10 monitors 42 "with foot to use in the ACG 12 nodes network and connections (connections WiFi not included) Ref. Annexes I & III staff/VIP/NGOs, regional groups, etc. 1,000 centers computer (including plugNplay) 550 Loft bloggers 50 meeting rooms, plenary 1 and 2,100 CCTV closed/IPTV 310 press 974 multifunction printers / standard printers / scanners large multifunction printers 10 scanners flatbed with charger ADF 2 big multifunction printers for the computer centre and press centre (an MFP for 50 computers or an MFP by area if fewer computers) 20 small multifunction printers similar to the HP LaserJet Pro M521dn 40 printing system secure 1 desktop printers 50 printers to record Brother 4570CDW 50 consumables for printers to record toner cartridges magenta high capacity for Brother 4570CDW 36 drum for Brother 4570CDW 5 cartridges of toner cyan high capacity for Brother 4570CDW yellow toner cartridges 36 high capacity for Brother 4570CDW toner cartridges 36 black high capacity for Brother 4570CDW 36 inks to Design games Jet T790 2 full game printhead design Jet T790 1 extra inkjet paper White HP (Q1445A) 5 software for laptops to participants the receiving State will provide software and licenses for all the equipment it provides including Windows7, MsOffice 2010, antivirus Kapersky Enterprise software (or similar) and the standard for all other equipment provided 756 software licenses (ii) Expertise in human resources (1 lot means a team of experts / support staff) sufficient with the required skills. The exact number will have to be discussed on the basis of the configuration/design of the Conference).
Technical expertise Ref. Annex II 4 (a) network administrators 1 lot Experts services Internet 1 lot Experts computer security 1 lot Experts VoIP 1 lot engineers in infrastructure (and expertise wiring) 1 lot hardware support 1 lot support to the users/team troubleshooting 1 batch management of computer centers 1 lot 1 lot photocopiers project management: Article Type Specifications number photocopiers Petit 20 copies per minute (duplex) comparable model Ricoh Aficio 2045, with sorting and stapling functions. Staples and toner in sufficient quantities. Display in English.
These components should be considered in relation to the MFA printers in table 1. Possibility to provide the same services with the MFA printers.
4 medium 50 to 70 copies per minute (duplex), comparable to Ricoh Aficio 1075 with finisher SR 810 and sorting, Stapling and scan functions. Staples and toner in sufficient quantities; display in English.
These components should be considered in relation to the MFA printers in table 1. Possibility to provide the same services with the MFA printers.
14 model high-performance 100 to 120 copies per minute (duplex, allowing approximately 400,000 copies each), comparable model Ricoh Aficio 1050 with module finish SR 810 and functions of sorting and stapling for 100 sheets minimum. Staples and toner in sufficient quantities; display in English.
6 photocopiers for participants for use against payment. 55 to 70 copies per minute (duplex), comparable to Ricoh Aficio 1075, with sorting, Stapling and scan functions. Staples and toner in sufficient quantities; display in English. These components should be considered in relation to the MFA printers in table 1. Hardware requirements: personal computers above with the ability to provide the same services with the MFA printers.
5 photocopiers - printers colour photocopier and printer color, 20 copies per minute (duplex), comparable to Ricoh Aficio 611/410, with sorting, Stapling and scan functions. Staples and toner in sufficient quantities; display in English.
These components should be considered in relation to the MFA printers in table 1. Possibility to provide the same services with the MFA printers.
2 miscellaneous paper A4 paper for Copier A4, 80 g/m2 3 000 000 reproduced Pages number of pages reproduced in black and white 3 000 000 number of pages reproduced in colour 7 000 A3 paper sheets of A3 copier paper 30 000 Maintenance technical Maintenance on request: English speaking staff available 24 hours on 24 for technical assistance.
High performance photocopier operator staff responsible for the maintenance of photocopiers to high performance and to provide technical assistance for all machines. Staff costs will be calculated taking into account a 24 h on 24 presence, rotating throughout the Conference. The claimant will be regularly replenish paper all photocopiers and printers used during the Conference. English speaking staff.
6 (iii) Production of brochures for the Conference: the Secretariat and the host country will agree a timetable for the joint production of two brochures for the Conference ("Information for participants" and «Brochure on side events and exhibitions»). The Secretariat will provide the content of the brochures and the host State will design the page layout and will finalize the publications in electronic format.
5. Security) wireless communication system: security services radio system will allow each officer safety to communicate using a portable radio. If necessary, the network will include a relay station allowing communications between the various points of the conference Centre. The system will consist of 110 full portable individual radio sets with 110 individual earphones, 220 batteries, a multi charger and a central radio base station system.
b) 40 walk-through metal detection (number to be confirmed at the end of the visit of the safety assessment).
c) 40 metal detector manuals (number to be confirmed at the end of the visit of the safety assessment).
(d) 40 x-ray baggage inspection machines, including two large large in each main area control (4 in total), with two technicians radiation responsible for the maintenance, as well as 10 large bins plastic storage and 10 small trays plastic (airport standards) by x-ray machine; 80 compatible tables for file/resume sections of the x-ray machines (confirmation as above).
(e) 262 plainclothes. This security team provide assistance to the United Nations security team in the areas of control by x-ray and magnetometer at points of access to the site, control the access of the participants and will liaise with the various groups of participants (press, NGOs, etc.). 202 police officers will be required for the day shift (12 hours, from 7: 00 to 19:00) and 60 for the night shift (12 hours, from 7 pm to 7:00) (number to be confirmed at the end of the visit of the safety assessment).
(f) police personnel made available shall not be armed and will have to be dressed in a uniform manner. The usual police uniforms and ranks or insignia marks shall not be worn.
g) fire strong cabinet which may contain up to 100 weapons.
h) a position of discharge of firearms ("bullet trap").
i) 10 megaphones.

(j) 110 traps locking (approximate dimensions: 30 × 50 × 80 cm) with two keys for each.
k) mobile barriers needs to delineate the United Nations territory.
l) 70 flashlights.
m) registration systems / CCTV camera video surveillance closed to install at all points of access and in the plenary halls. Remote access to the system of closed circuit television of the conference Centre from the security control center.
n) 1,000 posts of control (type airport).
o) 4 put wheelchairs at the disposal of the security team.
p) signage for all security offices and all avenues of control.
q) shredder (confidential documents).
6 management plan power management plan of power, including the mechanisms of crisis management, will be implemented for all of the conference (United Nations area) Centre and special attention will be given to technical sensitive areas such as the areas reserved for recordings, to servers, to the centre international radio and television broadcasting and network switching cabinets/rooms. All systems of uninterruptible power supply (UPS) provided must be fitted with monitoring over IP functions. All active components will have units UPS and power circuits isolated to protect against power surges and voltage irregularities. The provided UPS units shall have a management/monitoring module. The monitoring device, software and licence necessary will be provided by the host State.
7. a) 10 trucks (small: 40 × 60 cm and large: 70 × 100 cm, four wheels and a handle) for the transport of documents and equipment.
b) 5 trucks for the transport of pallets (pallets per levers bucket).
c) 2 boxes (inner dimensions: approx. 650 × 450 × 350 mm) with 2 keys each.
d) 5 kits of first aid.
e) panels for the doors of offices and meeting rooms as well as a sufficient number of signs to guide participants in the building. All fixtures comply with the logo of the Conference; planning, meeting room names, text and signs for the signage to be determined in close consultation with the Secretariat.
f) 8 flip chart with pens and paper for the rooms for side events.
g) 8 whiteboards with pens and pads for dedicated spaces.
h) 3 whiteboards.
i) 60 wastebaskets (safe and closed for records and documents, approx. 70 litres).
j) 100 distributors of water (hot/cold; 18.9 litres bottles), with refill permanent (water bottles and cups) in conference rooms and spaces dedicated. Fresh water will also be made available with glasses and spare lenses, and assured resupply, on the stands of the plenary halls and meeting rooms as requested in the daily programme of meetings.
k) anchors for Kensington security lock to prevent the theft of laptops on the desks.
l) media with a total 300 individual metal lockers closing lock with locks and two keys each. Each wire basket dimensions will have to be greater than 50 × 40 × 20 cm.
(m) 70 monitors CCTV 40-42 inches minimum, with sockets, wiring, transport and installation, for the transmission of the programme of the meetings and the work of the Conference from the plenary halls and conference rooms of press, to install more closed circuit television monitors inside the Conference, intended for the press and the media contained in annex III.
(n) up to 300 adapters for the connection of electronic equipment, such as laptops for staff, in case cables diffusion and extension of the workspace would be not equipped with catch European or multifunction for the offices of the UNFCCC.
(o) the following services will be offered for consideration: a restaurant at least must be open 24 hours on 24. cafeteria and distributors providing a catering service (breakfast, lunch, dinner and catering service) at reasonable prices. banking services for participants, including DAB, cashing of cheques and warrants United Nations daily subsistence allowances, changes.

Annex annex III facilities and SERVICES for the media 1. Media coordination has) the following requirements for logistical arrangements and information services to the media accredited to the Conference are designed to ensure optimal world coverage of the Conference.
(b) the Coordinator of communications and outreach of the UNFCCC (CO) acted as coordinator of the media of the Conference responsible for media and communication team. The Coordinator of the media and his team assume the following tasks: (i) media: in particular communication policy, coordination with the President of the Conference of Parties (COP), information sessions, interviews with the Executive Secretary and other senior officials, preparation of press releases daily press, liaison with the Department of public information (DPI) in New York and officials of the communication of the system of the United Nations attending sessions and preparation of Internet video clips newspapers devoted to the Conference.
(ii) services and related media management: including facilities and services intended for the press print, broadcast and online, accreditation press, establishment and operation of the radio Centre and international television, association with the host broadcaster, management of the halls of the press conferences, programming for the web site, as well as services provided to the Secretary-General and liaison with the media of the host country team.
(c) the appointment in good time of a responsible host's media liaison officer, six months at least before the start of the Conference, is essential to ensure close and effective coordination between the Secretariat and the authorities of the State of home in media relations. The host State liaison officer responsible for media plays an essential role for: (i) contribute to the development of a communication strategy to promote the Conference.
(ii) mobilize the interest of local and foreign media to the issues of the Conference by ensuring a wide dissemination of General information on the UNFCCC and accreditation forms and organizing of press conferences and seminars with senior officials;
(iii) raise awareness of the country of reception at the Conference by conducting a series of public relations activities as for example the publication of special supplements in major local newspapers as well as radio and television programmes special on local channels, the creation of a home page of the Conference in consultation with the Secretariat and production of posters and banners have in the city centre;
(iv) assist the officer the UNFCCC accreditation in transmitting information on applications for accreditation from the local media and, on request, through their validation;
(v) cooperate closely with the Coordinator of the media by the UNFCCC for the management of facilities to the media and the special provisions relating to the media during the duration of the Conference;
(vi) continuously follow the manner in which the local media cover the Conference and provide daily to the Coordinator of media clippings from local newspapers to pay a daily press kit for the President of the COP, the Executive Secretary of the UNFCCC and other senior officials.
2. accreditation of members of the press has) the participation of the media in the sessions of the Convention bodies is subject to accreditation by the UNFCCC. The Secretariat complies with the policy and official United Nations accreditation requirements and takes special for bloggers and other arrangements as agreed, media online in accordance with a project 'digital media '.
(b) press accreditation is strictly reserved for members of good faith of the media (written press, photographers, radio, television, cinema, news agencies and online information services) that meet all of the conditions laid down by the United Nations for press accreditation. No accreditation or any multiple records to different titles (media / delegation / NGOs, for example) won't be possible, except in the context of the provisions agreed to under the 'digital media' project secretariat. An application for certification may be rejected if the applicant can establish that it is a professional journalist or if its application is incomplete. Representatives of NGOs and associations for the defence of interests wishing to inform the Conference on behalf of their own TV channels, radio, or print or online services will be accredited in a different category and will provide facilities in a space located in the exhibition area online edition.
(c) all accreditations will be processed online and granted on presentation of the maps of press and the following supporting documents valid: (i) online accreditation form duly completed and forwarded.

(ii) order of assignment on official letterhead of a media outlet, signed by the Director of publication, the editor in Chief or the head office or by the Director of the television or the radio station chain and specifying the identity and function of the person concerned;
(iii) photocopy of a map of press and valid work permits.
(d) independent journalists are subject to the same conditions and are required to clearly demonstrate that they are on a mission on behalf of a press or a specific publication organ.
(e) journalists who have already been duly accredited to UNFCCC conferences can make use of the procedure for accelerated certification indicated on the accreditation form. The photographs for the press badge will be taken at the conference centre during the presentation of the badge.
(f) subject to the agreed timeframe, the Secretariat launched the procedure for the accreditation of journalists three months before the opening of the Conference. The proceeding is terminated 14 days before the opening of the Conference. He will be asked to the host State to assist the Secretariat to ensure the widest possible dissemination of accreditation forms with local media as well as press clubs from foreign correspondents and news agencies of the host country. The electronic accreditation form is located on the Web site of the UNFCCC at the address.
(g) the accreditation of journalists will be provided by an officer of the UNFCCC accreditation, which will consult as appropriate the host State liaison officer responsible media about the validity of the evidence submitted by the local press. Validation of any application for certification is pending must be received without delay.
3. area reserved for the press facilities for online media and print media has) an area reserved for the press (3,000 m2) for at least 1,000 accredited written press correspondents will provide a workspace including: (i) 500 tables equipped with chairs and electrical plugs;
(ii) 100 workstations with laptops / notebooks with Internet connection and four Printers Multifunction (specifications laid down in annex II);
(iii) 200 offices with configuration «ready to use» equipped with cable network (RJ45) to the press centre. Telephone lines or ISDN may be provided for remuneration;
(iv) a wireless Internet connection with ability to download a certain amount of data (these specifications set out in annex II);
(v) 24 monitors television circuit closed of a minimum size of 40-42 inches that can be adjusted individually to allow to follow the progress of the work in plenary rooms 1 and 2 and in the three rooms reserved for the press conference, as well as announcements of program;
(vi) a sound distributor infrared allowing to use headphones in the area reserved for the press to follow on monitors CCTV work in plenary rooms 1 and 2 and the events that will be held in the three rooms reserved for press conferences;
(vii) a speaker system for ads targeted to the media.
(viii) the area reserved for the press will be open to representatives of the media 24 hours a day, including Sundays for the duration of the Conference. The supply of services may be reduced between 10 p.m. and 8:00.
Services for the press has) a journalists information desk, held by the head of the Office of public information (member of the staff of the UNFCCC), will be implemented in the area reserved for the press and equipped as follows: (i) ten offices, ten chairs and two large tables;
(ii) two cabinets locking key and 12 linear metres of shelving;
(iii) high speed photocopiers (these specifications set out in annex II);
(iv) a microphone for a speaker system for the announcement of press in the press area;
(v) wardrobe with compartments for the distribution of press releases, briefing notes, texts of speeches and documents of the Conference, as well as a series of furniture to share locker or six tables for the distribution of information material provided by delegations or NGOs (excluding information desk), and two large white boards for announcements and requests for interview.
(b)) a window/counter for the delivery of the headphones.
(a) a reprography service will be available (for remuneration) in the area reserved for the press. Journalists will have fixed telephones and faxes for consideration in the conference center, which will also offer the possibility to rent local mobile phones.
(b) a cafeteria will be installed in the area reserved for the press or in an adjacent room; There will be served drinks and pay fast food products during the opening hours of the area reserved for the press.
4. services for the TV channels and radio stations) the receiving State will designate six months at least before the opening of the COP, an organization that will be responsible for providing the television channels and radio stations international and national accredited Conference broadcasts video and audio live from the work of the Conference from the plenary halls 1 and 2 and three press conferences rooms. The host broadcaster will also provide visual and aural transmissions intended for coverage by closed circuit television as well as in the online delivery of the work of the Conference.
(b) the host broadcaster, as an official agent of the Conference for the radio and television, will have the exclusive right to cover all public debates of the Conference live. Other radio and television teams may be admitted in the plenary meeting room that momentarily, accompanied by audiovisual coordination, officer of the UNFCCC to film some speakers.
(c) for the purposes of the system of closed circuit television and online broadcast, television signals and radio signals of the Conference will be provided to the Secretariat by the host, gratis broadcaster. They will also be provided free to television channels and national and international radio stations accredited to the Conference, as well as to the international news agencies. However, other television services, including the use of equipment for installation and technical authority, will have to be proposed for consideration. The costs of transmission, including lines and satellite transmission costs, will be also charged. The host broadcaster will have to take the administrative measures necessary to provide these services to TV channels and radio stations accredited. The receiving State will ensure that communication costs will be charged to them comply with international standards. To meet the needs of audiovisual coverage of national and international broadcasters, the host broadcaster will provide: (i) a television coverage and radio quality complete live the plenary halls 1 and 2 from four fixed cameras and two cameras robotic and/or mobile to cover continuously catch speech from the podium and in the room. An electronic system connected to robotic cameras and audio monitoring system (see annex I) shall assist the Director to identify and quickly find stakeholders.
(ii) a television coverage and radio quality complete live two rooms of press conference with two fixed cameras and two cameras moving to cover continuous debates taking place in these rooms.
(iii) two visual content: (i) including graphics (country names, for example) for projection screens in rooms of the plenary meetings and for broadcast on closed-circuit television monitors and (ii) a signal 'clean' for broadcasters receiving the signal by IBC (integrated broadband communications) networks and the dissemination on the Internet.
(d) a small space 'special' standing with particular backdrop with the event logo and adequate lighting, to be located in a location which enable ministers and other personalities to make brief appearances and statements on the screen. Should be to find an area inside the Conference Centre and quickly dispose of the lighting, the background scene and media.
(e) a permanent space dedicated to interviews, which can be used in a timely manner by independent shooting teams). The space will be equipped with four chairs, a table round, lighting and equipped with a backdrop with the logo of the event.

(f) up to 30 positions of commentator for television for the live channels will be established in a suitable place of the Conference Center and will be used for the duration of the Conference. These positions are not allowed in the plenary halls. The host broadcaster may choose as a priority and first certain positions commentator for consideration with a flow direction and from the nodal authority or the point of transmission. All positions must be equipped with an optional power of 16 and 32 amperes. If they are located in a place exposed to the elements, their total surface area must be equipped with adequate shelter. Positions should ideally located less than 100 metres from the transmission points (location of the Régie cars, for example). The cables will be prepared following an established course that will remain subject to all broadcasters.
(g) an international center of radio and television (CIRT) will have to be put in place to accommodate international, national, regional and local TV and radio channels that will require the allocation of space and that, if they are accredited, will benefit from all the facilities and services of television and radio provided by the host broadcaster. All of the IRCT area should be protected from outside as much as possible noise. The Centre will have a nodal authority (approximately 100 m2) where all the Visual and audio signals will be recorded and forwarded to: (i) at least 450 workspaces for some open space TV and radio channels (another option: installation of 150 cabins);
(ii) up to 30 booths closed TV channels; international
(iii) an additional zone with up to 20 content Visual and audio to the general use of the radio and television broadcasters do not have personal work area;
(iv) the network of CCTV on the entire site of the Conference;
(v) dissemination system online for the conference;
(vi) 12 closed booths of international news agencies.
h) Archiving Services: (i) full video recording by the host broadcaster, according to the specifications of the Secretariat, on at least two suitable hard drives with a sufficient storage capacity for the totality of the work, which includes the set of images (after mixing) and audio files (language of the speaker, English and all interpreted languages). Video recordings will be available in HD quality and use the two following formats: NTSC / PAL Codec: XDCAM HD - MPEG - 2 Long GOP flow: 25 MB/s, constant flow, 8-bit color space: 4:2:0 standard MPEG-2: MPEG MP@HL-1440 Resolution: 1440 × 1080 frame rate: 29.97 frames per second (NTSC) frame rate: 25 frames per second (PAL) Audio: 8 stereo audio tracks (16 channels) uncompressed 16-bit, 48 kHz PCM AES3 the equipment provided should be sufficient to register all meetings without interruption. This requires two devices by task (meeting) capable of recording with some overlap. All records will contain a chronocode SMPTE set to the time of day. Devices entries should be patchables to perform additional if necessary records. All drives must be the same, one being the master drive and one spare. All sessions of the Conference shall be registered in accordance with the recommendations of the archivists of the UNFCCC. Hard drives must be handed to the Director of the CIRT of the UNFCCC at the end of the last meeting of the Conference.
(ii) the audio recordings must be engraved in full, according to the specifications of the Secretariat, on two portable external hard drives. Audio recording must be in format 16-bit 48 kHz uncompressed mono WAV, or STEREO PCM 16-bit MONO PCM 48 kHz uncompressed stereo WAV file. All drives must be the same, one being the master drive and one spare. They must include English, the language of the speaker and any interpreted language. All sessions of the Conference shall be registered in accordance with the recommendations of the archivists of the UNFCCC. Hard drives must be handed to the Director of the CIRT of the UNFCCC at the end of the last meeting of the Conference.
(iii) the technical constraints specified in paragraph (i) above shall be followed accordingly if the UNFCCC request additional video recordings.
(iv) all audiovisual recordings shall be kept at least six months after the close of the Conference and be available at the request of the UNFCCC.
(i) the facilities and pay services of IRCT shall include: (i) technical direction equipment intended for retransmission via satellite, live or pre-recorded, destined for TV channels abroad. The provisions required for the global dissemination of audiovisual content will be taken by the host broadcaster. To this end, a desk of radio and television services will be set up to collect and process requests from accredited broadcast organizations.
(ii) a point dedicated to the rental of commercial services which may be proposed by the host broadcaster, as cameras without wires and other equipment and personnel according to the needs of accredited media representatives.
(iii) at the request of the UNFCCC when recording video, technical specifications above must be observed accordingly.
(iv) all audiovisual recordings shall be kept at least six months after the close of the Conference and be available at the request of the UNFCCC.
j) a 'quiet room' that will be used for interviews. radio single imperative: it is soundproof the better possible and equipped with a round table and four chairs. This studio will be managed by the Director of the CIRT of the UNFCCC.
(k) it will be installed 450 workstations in open space (or even 150 cabins) for TV channels and radio stations. Each will have basic equipment comprising: (i) work plan, three chairs and lighting on the ceiling. Desk lamp, eight outlets of current three-pin (European standards) and wastebasket, and three network connections;
(ii) 180 monitors (26-32 '') closed circuit television that can be set to different channels in order to receive video coverage of two plenary rooms, three rooms for press conferences, the string of delayed and the program meetings; appropriate, to the extent of availability, to use a system to split screen to see on one screen the images from all sources;
(iii) a video signal quality from the two plenary rooms and three rooms for press conferences: (iv) an audio signal quality, in English and in the language originame/language of the speaker, or in french, from the two plenary rooms and three rooms for press conferences;
(v) 150 metal storage boxes locking with a shelf, each with 3 keys. Dimensions: 120 × 45 × 60 cm. Each trap must bear a reference number corresponding to the workstations of the open space. All keys must be labelled and referenced. If possible, a mat will be entrusted to the Director of the IRCT.
(l) storage space must be provided in the premises or beside the IRCT to allow broadcasters to store their trunks and empty transport suitcases during the Conference. The Director of the IRCT control the access.
Other storage space will be made available to people working in open space which material will be too large to fit in the one-time storage lockers. The Director of the IRCT control the access.
(m) at least 30 cabins locking (dimensions: 4 × 4 m) intended for the local and international press agencies and online services will be provided; they will be equipped as follows: (i) work plans for 9 journalists, 9 chairs, lighting and 4 × 4 electrical plugs (European standards) with 9 connections network;
(ii) monitor closed circuit television that can be adjusted individually in order to receive video and audio coverage of two plenary rooms and three rooms for press conferences, the string for the programs offline and the program meetings. These monitors must be fixed to the wall;
(iii) the doors should lock and three keys will be provided. All keys must be labelled and referenced. If possible, a mat will be entrusted to the Director of the IRCT.
n) at least 6 cabins locking (dimensions: 8 × 4 m) will be installed for the major TV channels international and equipped as follows: (i) work plans for 9 persons, 9 chairs, lighting and 4 × 4 electrical plugs (European standards) with 9 connections network;
(ii) monitor closed circuit television that can be adjusted individually in order to receive video and audio coverage of two plenary rooms and three rooms for press conferences, the string for the programs offline and the program meetings. These monitors must be fixed to the wall;
(iii) the doors should lock and three keys will be provided. All keys must be labelled and referenced. If possible, a mat will be entrusted to the Director of the IRCT.

(o) the final number of workspaces for different TV channels, radio stations and news agencies will be determined by the Coordinator of the media of the UNFCCC in close consultation with the host State, in the light of the requests received on a date limit set by mutual agreement. Their distribution will be decided by the Coordinator of the UNFCCC media or by the Director of the IRCT in consultation with the host broadcaster. Cabins equipped with the facilities base mentioned above will be made available free of charge; any additional equipment required by customers, including fax machines, will have to be rented by them commercial date rates.
5. Internet broadcasting has) signals to be transmitted to the Internet room: (i) plenary 1 plenary room 2 and three press conference rooms: sound and video in analog format (FBAS and balanced XLR Jack) and also digital (SDI) or another format to be determined.
(ii) the signal of projection of the computer presentation of plenary rooms 1 and 2 shall be transmitted to DVI or AVI or another format to be determined.
(iii) separate line (analog and digital A/V) for release of video clips recorded by the ENG teams and other images as necessary.
6. photography services) the receiving State will provide a limited number of press photographs of the opening ceremony of the Conference, the segment of high level events and other events, which will be broadcast for free online on the website of the Conference.
(b) the receiving State may invite a local commercial photographer to install a stand of distribution of photographs of the Conference scheduled in the antechamber of the plenary meeting room. This service must be available, at the request of delegations or NGOs, for photographic coverage of events or particular statements, and will be provided for remuneration.
7. rooms for press conferences has) three rooms will be reserved for conferences and press briefings given by the leaders of the Conference or of the United Nations, the spokesman for the Conference and delegates and representatives of the specialized agencies and programmes of the United Nations. The use of these three rooms will be coordinated by the office of the Coordinator of the media, who will proceed with the allocation of slots.
(b) the press No. 1 Conference Room must be able to accommodate at least 500 accredited correspondents installed on Tablet flap seats and dispose of enough space for press photographers. It shall also include: (i) a platform (for 6 speakers) equipped with 4 microphones;
(ii) a scene with logo (s) background and lighting sufficient for television coverage of quality;
(iii) two fixed cameras and two mobile cameras provided by the host broadcaster.
(iv) at least two players microphones for the questions posed by the assistance;
(v) an amplification system coordinated with the host broadcaster, headphones and audio CD recording equipment;
(vi) a platform located at the bottom of each room and to place a maximum of 20 television cameras and housings of distribution XLR for dissemination of sound in English, in the original/language of the speaker or in french (10/10/10) in each room [sic];
(vii) two interpretation booths;
(viii) a big screen to place on each side of the stage to project the image of speakers.
(c) press 2 and 3 conference rooms will accommodate at least 200 correspondents on Tablet flap seats and dispose of enough space for press photographers. They shall also include: (i) a platform (for 6 speakers) equipped with 4 microphones;
(ii) two interpretation booths;
(iii) a scene with logo (s) background and lighting sufficient for television coverage of quality;
(iv) two fixed cameras and two mobile cameras provided by the host broadcaster.
(v) at least two players microphones for the questions posed by the assistance;
(vi) an amplification system coordinated with the host broadcaster, headphones and audio CD recording equipment;
(vii) a platform located at the bottom of the press conference room and to place a maximum of 20 television cameras and housings for XLR distribution of scattering of sound in English in the original/language of the speaker or français(10/10/10);
(viii) a big screen to place on each side of the stage to project the image of speakers.
d) the center of the Digital Media Studio and the climate change kiosk is a space open to approximately 100 m2. It supports online and virtual participation in the Conference and contributed to the communication. The space that will be dedicated to him should include: (i) a master (to 6 speakers) table with 4 MICS;
(ii) an area of seats (30 seats) facing the main table;
(iii) a backdrop with the Conference logo and adequate lighting;
(iv) two players microphones for the questions posed by the assistance;
(v) an amplification system.
8. space blog) a blog space will be created and equipped with 100 workstations with LAN and WiFi connections.
9. Media offices in) a box offices for the coordination of media will be installed in close proximity to the press centre. These offices will be equipped in accordance with the specifications laid down in annex I, paragraph 4 (d, xv). In addition, spaces will be needed for: (i) the Director of the UNFCCC IRCT, the agent responsible for the audiovisual coordination and three audiovisual assistants (5), which will be installed at the international center of Radio and Television, close to the nodal authority;
(ii) the State of responsible reception of media liaison officer and his team;
(iii) a meeting room for the team to the media (for 20 persons).

Annex annex IV LOCAL staff has) 28 conference clerk (English): • 1 clerk conference from November 24 to December 11, 2015 • 5 clerk of conference from November 28 to December 11, 2015 • 2 clerks conference from November 28 to December 12, 2015 • 8 clerk of conference from November 29 to December 11, 2015 • 2 clerks conference from November 29 to December 12, 2015 • 3 clerks conference from November 30 to December 11, 2015 • 2 clerk Conference from 1 to 12 December 2015 • 6 clerks conference from November 29 to December 13, 2015 - imperatively with an in-depth knowledge of technologies of information b) 6 Secretaries (English): • 1 Chief Secretary from November 5 to December 13, 2015 • 1 Chief Secretary from November 29 to December 14, 2015 • 2 secretaries/Notetakers from November 27 to December 11, 2015 • 1 Secretary from November 24 to December 12, 2015 • 1 Secretary of 25 (November to December 12, 2015 c) 12 assistants loaded side events and exhibitions (English), some of which may be brought to long days of work, at the request and on the basis of needs, from November 29 to December 11, 2015 d) 2 assistants responsible for liaison with organizations with observer status (fluent English), that can be brought to long work days (((, at the request and the needs from November 29 to December 11, 2015 e) 10 attendants facilities (English running more, for all of the team, a maximum of official languages of the United Nations): • 2 attendants installations from November 4 to December 15, 2015 • 8 attendants installations from November 19 to December 15, 2015 f) 1 attending the shipments and shipments (English) from November 2 to December 15, 2015 g) 2 facilities attendants loaded of Services Computing (English) from October 15 to December 14, 2015 h) 6 officers responsible ICT (English) from November 28 to December 13, 2015 i) 30 officers responsible for virtual participation (English running more, for all of the team, a maximum of official languages of the United Nations): • 15 from 28 November to 10 December 2015 • 15 from November 28 to December 11, 2015 j) 27 registration officers (English current) (((, for the whole team, a maximum of official languages of the United Nations) from November 22 to December 11, 2015 k) 6 data entry officers (English running more, for all of the team, a maximum of official languages of the United Nations) from November 21 to December 11, 2015 l) 4 agents responsible for the registration help (English current, for the whole team) (((((, a maximum of official languages of the United Nations) from November 21 to December 11, 2015 m) 8 officers assigned at the information counters (English running more, for all of the team, a maximum of official languages of the United Nations) from November 27 to December 11, 2015 n) 4 officers assigned to the media information desk (English) from November 28 to December 11, 2015 o) 9 assistants of press conference (English) from November 29 to December 12, 2015 p) 2 assistants TV and radio (English) from November 29 to December 12, 2015 q) 1 Wizard responsible for the website (English) from November 8 to December 12, 2015 r) 25 conference assistants (English running more, for all of the team, a maximum of official languages of the United Nations): • 10 assistants conference from November 26 to December 14, 2015 • 15 assistants conference from November 29 to December 14, 2015 s) 25 officers responsible for delivery of the listeners) fluent English) from November 29 to December 14, 2015 t) 15 officers responsible for the dissemination of documents from November 26 to December 14, 2015 u) 15 officers responsible for reprography from November 26 to December 14, 2015

(v) 3 assistants from the office of found objects (English running more, for all of the team, a maximum of official languages of the United Nations) from November 27 to December 12, 2015 w) 4 regulation of transport assistants (English running more, for all of the team, a maximum of official languages of the United Nations) from 28 November to 12 December 2015 annex annex V accepted DESIGNATIONS and standards applicable to the full Designation SIGNAGE : Framework convention of the United Nations on climate change abbreviated Designation: Convention on change climate 2nd name of reference: UNCCD acronym: UNFCCC full Designation: Secretariat of the framework Convention of the United Nations on climate change and its Kyoto Protocol designator abbreviated: Secretariat responsible for climate change 2nd name of reference: the acronym Secretariat: nil full Designation: Kyoto Protocol to the framework Convention of the United Nations on climate change abbreviated Designation : Kyoto Protocol 2nd term of reference: Protocol acronym: nil to modify [sic]: full Designation: twenty-first session of the Conference of the Parties to the framework Convention of the United Nations on climate change abbreviated Designation: Conference of the Parties to the UNFCCC 2nd term of reference: the COP acronym: COP 21 full Designation: eleventh session of the Conference of the Parties serving as the meeting of the Parties to the Protocol of Kyoto abbreviated Designation : Meeting of the Parties to the Kyoto Protocol 2nd term of reference: meeting of the acronym Parties: CMP 11 common name: the United Nations Conference on climate change (to be used only in the newsletters for the public to refer to both the Conference of the Parties to the UNFCCC and the meeting of the Parties to the Kyoto Protocol) acronym: COP 21 / CMP 11 full description : The Government of the French Republic abbreviated Designation: the Government for the purposes of communication and information, the conference is referred to as "United Nations Conference on climate change by 2015 in Paris.

Annex annex VI (A) (1) estimated costs direct in connection with the holding of the CONFERENCE outside the headquarters of the SECRETARIAT of the UNFCCC budget heading (title) cost per heading of the budget in euros total cost euro movement (transportation and incidentals at the start and arrival) staff of the UNFCCC (Bonn) 151.054 staff of United Nations conference Services (2) - staff of conference Services of the United Nations (complementary team) 18.774 Nations security staff United 142.141 311.969 diem staff of UNFCCC 841.225 staff of conference of the United Nations (2) - staff of the conference Services of the United Nations (complementary team) 38.456 security staff of United Nations 283.487 1.163.168 freight and charges related shipping of the UNFCCC, insurance costs and charges various understood 167.580 shipping of United Nations conference Services , insurance and miscellaneous charges included (2) - shipping of the security of the United Nations, Insurance Services and charges various understood 30.870 198.450 streaming online broadcast 141.546 141.546 Missions preparatory movements (transportation and incidentals at the start and arrival) 39.627 diem 91.688 131.315 other: cost of staff replacement and additional hours of security personnel of United Nations 441,000 temporary assistance for conference services 197.246 638.245 equipment and supplies equipment and supplies 35.280
35.280 subtotal 1 2.619.973 contingencies (10% of the subtotal 1) 261.997 sub-total 2 2.881.970 an administration fee (5% of the subtotal 2) 144.099 TOTAL GENERAL (EUR) 3.026.069 Notes: (1) the items above are based on the provisions of the instruction administrative No. ST/AI/342 of the United Nations governing the modalities of conferences hosted by States, including the development of their budget. The amounts are estimated in Euro depending on the situation at the date of February 1, 2015 and are likely to be modified.
(2) the initial costs incurred by the United Nations conference Services are offset by the contribution of the Government of the French Republic in hosting fees. Any balance in favour of the Government of the French Republic will be reported and will be refund.

Annex annex VI (b) (1) estimate of costs direct in report with the holding of the CONFERENCE out of seat of SECRETARIAT of the UNFCCC costs of accommodation only (in euros) budget heading (title) cost per heading of the budget in euros total cost Euro accommodation (2) staff of the UNFCCC (Bonn) 1.662.500 staff of conference Services of the United Nations (3) 252.250 staff of conference Services of the United Nations (complementary team) 76,000 security staff of United Nations 560.250
Transmission Internet 48,000 team 2.599.000 subtotal 1 2.599.000 contingencies (10% of the subtotal 1) 259.900 subtotal 2 2.858.900 an administration fee (5% of the subtotal 2) 142.945 TOTAL GENERAL (EUR) 3.001.845 Notes: (1) the average of the costs of accommodation contained in the above budget amounts to €250.00 per night, to be confirmed by the body designated by the State of home for this purpose (2) accommodation costs are 566 rooms of hotel , estimated necessary to the Secretariat, and will be supported by the Government of the French Republic. This number of hotel rooms does not include the rooms necessary for the Secretary-General of the United Nations and her team, the team of the United Nations General Assembly or other necessary for the secretariat room, which must be financed by other means.
(3) please see note 2 of annex VI (a).

Annex annex VIII transport vehicles must be available 24 hours on 24, drivers relaying rolling: a) 1 car/sedan for the Executive Secretary from November 25 to December 13, 2015;
b) 1 minibus 12 seater for the core team (core team) of the UNFCCC from October 19 to December 16, 2015;
(c) 1 12 seater minibus for the core team of the United Nations security from November 16 to December 15, 2015;
The following vehicles shall be available with driver from 22:00 to 7:00: d) 1 12 seater minibus for the core team of the UNFCCC from November 16 to December 14, 2015;
(e) 1 minibus 20 places for the staff of the Conference services of the United Nations (interpreters) from November 30 to December 13, 2015.
The following vehicle must be available with driver as follows: f) 1 bus/coach 50-60 seats for the United Nations security team: from November 23 to December 6, 2015 from 6:00 to 24:00 and 7 to December 15, 2015 24 hours a day.
Note: The receiving State may consider other types of vehicles to meet the same needs.

Annex annex IX meeting of pre-session of the SECRETARIAT: requirements for the 87th meeting of the Executive Board of the CDM support by the Secretariat 1. Conference rooms has) a meeting room (No. 1, 250 m2 meeting room), available to U-shaped tables for 30 people (table on the dais with 8 seats); behind the table on the dais, a table for advisers (25 places of advisers at the table, format classroom). The No.1 meeting room tables must measure at least 80 cm wide and 170 cm in length. The power supply of the room shall be sufficient for a large amount of material and a large number of PCs or laptops. There must be enough space to accommodate the technical teams in a corner of the meeting room.
The following equipment shall be provided in the meeting No. 1 room: independent PA system with cut-off function. A laptop for projections with Microsoft software in English and wired Internet access. Two players microphones connected to the PA system. A projector/Beamer (4,500 ANSI lumens) with an input and an output, projection screen (4 × 3 m). Seventeen conference microphone (a microphone for two participants), independent pickups for the Presidency and the Vice-Presidency with cut and interrupt function. Seven 42-inch LCD screens. Two flip charts. Two remote controls PowerPoint. The No.1 meeting room should be soundproofed to guarantee the confidentiality of exchanges. It should be able to serve for the duration of the conference and be accessible only to members of staff and the Executive Board.
(b)) a meeting room (meeting No. 2 room, room of observers) with a capacity of 20 participants (format classroom, 20 places at tables). Leave a space at the bottom of the room for the diffusion on Internet equipment and 3 workstations for Internet broadcasting team. To ensure confidentiality, observers room shall be located at a distance from the No. 1 meeting room. Equipment in room meeting No. 2: A sound independent system to follow the debates that take place in the No. 1 meeting room. No. 2 meeting room will be interconnected to follow the proceedings of the meeting No. 1 (audio and video) room. Two projectors (3,000 minimum ANSI lumens) and two screens (180 × 210 cm) that may need to be replaced by two 80-inch plasma screens.

(c) all conference rooms must be equipped with systems sound and adapted lighting as well as a sufficient number of microphones according to the size and the capacity of the room.
(d) all conference rooms will be soundproofed and equipped with adequate ventilation and air conditioning systems.
(e) all meeting rooms must be reserved and available prior to the meeting to allow develop them and test (two days prior to the meeting rooms, three days before the offices). The rooms must be available until the day following the last day of meeting in the event that the meeting would be delayed and can extend during the night or the next morning.
2. office for personnel and equipment) an office for fully furnished, equipped and operational staff, with 25 workstations types arranged in blocks of 4 offices with chairs. Three tables for documents. A printer copier HP Multifunction network (of type equivalent to HP M 880): printing in black and white/colors of medium, analog or digital speed, capacity from 60 to 90 copies per minute, duplex. It must have a function sorting and stapler, from enough Staples, toner for five days of meeting and three days of work preparatoires.prevoir a significant amount of paper (a session can represent approximately 20,000 copies). Ability to print on A4 and A3 paper. The instructions must be available in English. The possibility to scan a document destined for the network should be proposed. The unit will be installed and configured and available technical assistance effective November 20, 2015. The printer settings must allow network b printing) a parallel meeting room, layout of tables in U for 25 persons and bilateral consultations minimum, available from November 21, 2015, for group meetings. Plugs for laptops in sufficient numbers in the room.
(c) an adequate Internet (network/WLAN connection) connection for staff will be available as of November 20, 2015. If offices for staff development and the installation of the equipment are not finalized, temporary office spaces must be provided. The personnel office should be located near the meeting room and allow quick access to the meeting rooms Nos. 1 and 2 (so be located on the same floor). The precise configuration of the office staff, meeting spaces and service areas will be stopped in close consultation with the Secretariat.
(d) all workstations must have offices work and office chairs adapted, office lamps, and wastebaskets and sufficient power supply for the electrical equipment. A shredder must be provided.
(e) in all prefabricated buildings, particular attention should be paid to lighting, air conditioning, heating and an adequate soundproofing.
(f) a computer for Internet access via 3 PCs or laptops, Center with a network printer (about 50 m2)); standard computers with monitors with the Windows operating system in English, the standard Microsoft Office pack, Acrobat Reader and WinZip.
g) a space for registration of participants: counter allowing two agents to work simultaneously, near the entrance to the No. 1 meeting room with two chairs and two tables and a number sufficient electrical outlets.
(h) a space of storage of approx. 50 m2 for remittances, deposits, funds and technical service providers packing material).
3 communications 30 cards local SIM for cell phones for the staff of the Secretariat.
4. material computer/requirements Internet Services.
Line Internet synchronized 34 MB/s for staff and participants, configured for automatic switching with the dissemination by Internet 10 Mbps. line and equipment with terminal located in the server room. If space permits, ability to use the server of the hotel room.
1 lot line independent 10 MB/s for the dissemination via the Internet with redundant line / rescue. Terminal in the office of dissemination via the Internet.
1 batch IP addresses in a number sufficient for encoding Internet streaming, NAT 1 × 28 public Internet 1 lot subnet IP address both Internet lines will be supplied with all configuration and required active elements: routers and switches. Provide a switch and router network for the Internet line.
1 batch server - adequate space for servers room, locking, sufficiently ventilated or air conditioned. If the environment is right, ability to use the server room of the hotel - 16amp 220v/50 Hz power supply - 2 X 16amp 220v/50 Hz with schuko European CEE 7 / 4 1 lot network LAN and Wi - Fi hardware - provide all necessary network equipment, including switches LAN - provide a suitable Wi - Fi service by providing a sufficient number of access points - provide all wiring , power supply and other equipment necessary to connect - network must guarantee a connection fast Ethernet for each IP connected to the network - equipment a handy Cisco structure would be desirable 1 lot PC -, for all equipment supplied software and licenses in English, especially for Windows 7, Office 2010, antivirus software (or equivalent) and standard for any other equipment provided - computer Centre 3 software licenses - provide laptops for presentations in the halls of meeting 3 Internet connections - computer centers 4 - offices for staff (a connection per workstation) 25 - Server - 3 meeting rooms - Diffusion by Internet 3 multifunction printer room / standard Printers - Multifunction printer for the office for staff 1 - printer networked to the computer centre 1 Assistance - provide sufficient human resources to provide:-assistance during installation and the duration of the workshop.
-expertise network for the management of the service network including the Wi - Fi 5. Internet streaming) Audio for Internet streaming: all the audio signals of the debates of the meeting must be sent to the dissemination via the Internet established by the audio service provider: [analog, fully symmetric, + 4db nominal level, XLR connectors (male)] b) workspace for Internet streaming: provide a space for 3 agents responsible for dissemination by Internet at the bottom of the room of the observers and their material (about 20 m 2 (and three tables with chairs).
Prepare the necessary power supply [independent bus bar, 230V ~ / 50 Hz, explicit for audio/video, protected devices].
c) Images for Internet streaming: power supply to connect the camera equipment and video. The meeting room should be sufficiently lit. (Device of shots provided by the German company of dissemination via the Internet).
6. snacks and refreshments) three breaks per day: tea and coffee for 30 people (content detailed to be specified according to the menu).
b) water for the meeting room of the Executive Council and the coffee break (water and glasses to provide each morning of the meeting and replenishment during the day).
7. support staff has) two English speaking local staff with knowledge of office automation equipment and basic Windows programs. Support staff must be available two days before the start of the meeting (November 21, 2015) and, by rotation, for the duration of the work of the meeting.
b) a safety officer: (safety officer for the session from 23 to 27 November 2015 until the end of the work).
8. transport has) two 9-seater minibus for members of the Executive Board if public transit is not adapted to bring participants instead of the meeting and bring them back to their hotel. The minibus will be available from the first day of the meeting.

Annex annex X meeting of front - SESSION of the SECRETARIAT: requirements for the FORUM of authorities designated national (DNA FORUM) supported by the Secretariat 1. Conference rooms a) plenary meeting (meeting No. 1 room) of format room / classroom, capacity for 150 people at the tables (with a platform of 8 seats, 40 cm minimum), equipped with a sound system and projection for sound and video. Provide a space for additional tables for documentation on the side or at the bottom of the room, two projectors/projectors (4,000 minimum ANSI lumens) with input and output, two projection screens (3 × 2 m) minimum, a laptop / PC for projections with Microsoft software and connected to the Internet by cable. Table microphone (a microphone for two participants); two microphones music players. Two 42-inch facing the dais LCD monitors. Sufficient for a large amount of material and a large number of PC power supply and harvest. Three booths (two interpreters per booth) for English, Spanish and the french. 150 headphones and infrared system. At least a flip chart. Four remote controls for the presentations (including in the parallel meeting rooms).

b) two parallel meeting rooms (Nos. 2 and 3 meeting rooms), layout of tables in U / square, capacity of 40 people at the tables, fitted with sound and projection for the sound and video systems. A projector/Beamer (3,000 minimum ANSI lumens) with an input and an output in each room. Projection screen (180 × 210 cm minimum). A laptop / PC for projections with Microsoft software and connected to the Internet by cable. Wi - Fi Internet access (for detailed specifications, see the "hardware" section below). Electrical plugs in sufficient numbers.
c) meeting room (No. 4 meeting room, parallel meeting room), layout of tables in U / square, capacity of 50 people at tables, equipped with a sound system and projection for sound and video. A projector/Beamer (3,000 minimum ANSI lumens), projection screen (180 × 210 cm minimum), a laptop / PC for projections with Microsoft software and connected to the Internet by cable. Table microphone (a microphone for two participants). 50 headphones. Two interpretation booths (English and Spanish double cabins). Internet access via Wi - Fi (see the specifications detailed in the 'computer hardware' section below). Electrical plugs in sufficient numbers. Power supply sufficient for a large amount of material and a large number of PC. Speakers in sufficient numbers to follow the meeting.
(d) all conference rooms will be soundproofed and equipped with adequate ventilation and air conditioning systems.
2. availability of meeting rooms, offices and other space a) mentioned rooms should be available before the start of meetings (November 27). The dismantling will take place a day after the last day of meeting (Monday). The calendar of Assembly, installation and testing of equipment will be stopped in accordance with the Secretariat.
3. offices and other spaces) an office for the core team, fully furnished, equipped and operational with 6 standard workstations, on the eve of the meeting (November 27, 2015).
b) printer copier HP Multifunction network (of type equivalent to HP M 880): printing in black and white/colors of medium, analog or digital speed, capacity from 60 to 90 copies per minute, double-sided printing mode. It must have a function sorting and stapler, from enough Staples, toner for the two days. Ability to print on A4 and A3 paper. The instructions must be available in English. The possibility to scan a document destined for the network should be proposed. The unit will be installed and configured and available technical assistance if necessary. The printer settings must allow network printing.
(c) a sufficient number of electrical outlets on the tables to connect the technical equipment in the main meeting room, in the parallel meeting rooms and the office for laptops, PCs and printers).
(d) all workstations must have offices work and office chairs adapted, desk lamps, and wastepaper, power and adequate adapters for all the electrical equipment.
(e) a computer for Internet access via 10 PC or laptops, Center with a network black and white printer). Standard PC with monitors with the Windows operating system in English, the standard MS Office pack, Acrobat Reader and WinZip.
f) a space for registration of participants: tables and chairs in numbers sufficient for staff responsible for recording (4 minimal agents), near the entrance. Table programmes, preference easels and other documentation and display panel for information dissemination in the immediate vicinity. Two black and white photocopiers at average speed. Electrical plugs in sufficient numbers.
(g) an office for performers with Internet access, two laptops and a black and white printer).
h) a space for the payment of per diem living costs with two workstations and two photocopiers if this space is not located in the vicinity of the recording space.
4. photocopiers and print) for the office: printer copier HP Multifunction network (of type equivalent to HP M 880): average speed, black and white/color, analog or digital, capacity of 60 to 90 copies per minute, double-sided printing mode. It must have a function sorting and stapler, from enough Staples, toner for the two days. Ability to print on A4 and A3 paper. The instructions must be available in English. The possibility to scan a document destined for the network should be proposed. The unit will be installed and configured and available technical assistance if necessary. The printer settings must allow network printing.
b) two photocopiers at average speed (with function scan): a photocopier printing in color to be installed in the vicinity of the space for the registration / payment of daily subsistence allowances; instructions in English and English available on-site technical assistance.
5. material computer/requirements internet Services synchronized internet line 34 MB/s for staff and participants, configured for automatic switching with the dissemination by Internet 10 Mbps. line and equipment with terminal located in the server room. If space permits, ability to use the server of the hotel room.
1 lot line independent 10 MB/s for the dissemination via the Internet with redundant line / rescue. Terminal in the office of dissemination via the Internet.
1 batch IP addresses in a number sufficient for encoding Internet streaming, subnet for internet 1 public IP NAT 1 × 28 lot two internet lines will be supplied with all configuration and required active elements: routers and switches. Provide a switch and router network for the Internet.
1 batch server - adequate space for servers room, locking, sufficiently ventilated or air conditioned. If the environment lends itself, to use the server of the hotel room.
-16Amp 220v/50 Hz feeding. - 2 × 16Amp 220v/50 Hz with European SchuKo EEC 7/4.
1 lot network LAN and Wi - Fi hardware - provide all the necessary network hardware, including LAN switches.
-To provide a suitable Wi - Fi service by installing a sufficient number of access points.
-Provide all wiring, power supply and other equipment necessary to connect.
-The network should ensure a fast Ethernet connection for each IP device connected to the network.
-A handy Cisco structure would be desirable.
1 lot PC-provide, for all of the provided hardware, software and licences in English, including Windows 7, Office 2010, antivirus software (or equivalent) and the licensing of standard software for any other equipment provided - computer Centre 3 - laptops for presentations in the meeting rooms 3 internet connections - computer Centre 4 - offices for staff (a connection per workstation) 25 - Server - 3 meeting room - Diffusion by Internet 3 printers room Multifunction / standard Printers - Multifunction printer for the office for staff 1 - printer networked to the computer centre 1 Assistance - provide sufficient human resources to provide:-assistance during installation and the duration of the workshop.
-expertise network for the management of the network including the Wi - Fi service.
6. snacks and refreshments) three breaks per day: coffee, tea, water and biscuits/fruits for 150 people. details to be specified according to the menu.
b) water to the dais in all meeting rooms, the lounge of the interpreters, the booths of interpretation and the coffee break (water and glasses to provide each morning of the meeting and replenishment during the day). Otherwise, provide two distributors of water with canisters of water in the main meeting room.
7. support staff has) two officers on-site speaking English with a knowledge of office automation equipment and basic Windows programs. Support staff at the recording space available a day before the start of the meeting, and by bearing, for the duration of its work.
(b)) a security officer from 28 to 29 November 2015 from 8:00 until the end of the work.

Annex annex XI to a dynamic of change taken in charge by the Secretariat 1. Context "for a dynamic of change" (Momentum for Change) is an initiative of the UNFCCC Secretariat whose purpose is to provide a public forum to highlight the actions of great magnitude that have effects on the ground both in the fight against climate change as a socio-economic and environmental plan more wide. It consists of four areas of action: a) urban poverty, for actions that improve the living conditions in the urban areas of developing countries. This action is implemented with generous support from the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation.
b) women for results, for actions carried out by women in the field of climate change. This action is implemented with the generous support of the Rockefeller Foundation.

c) investments respectful of the climate, for financial innovations successful adaptation and mitigation of climate change. This action is carried out in partnership with the Economic Forum world.
d) ICT Solutions for successful in the field of information and communication technologies and actions on climate change mitigation or adaptation to them. This action is carried out in partnership with the Global Initiative in the sector of ICT for environment and sustainable development.
A dynamics of change initiative was launched at the United Nations Conference on climate change of Durban (South Africa) in December 2011.
The premises and means specified in this annex will be used as part of other initiatives undertaken by the Secretariat for the commitment of high-level stakeholders. All additional expenses related to these actions will be supported by the Secretariat.
2 local appropriate premises for actions to promote the commitment of high-level stakeholders will be made available by the State of home, as specified in the table below, Monday, December 7, 2015. The precise specifications and layout of these premises will be defined in close cooperation with the Secretariat.
No. number Description available (and area) number of seating places days 1 1 meeting room n ° 1 (room for events parallel No.1) for General briefings classroom (600 m2) 500 5 2 1 meeting room n ° 2 (room for side events n ° 7) for sessions technical classroom (200 m2) 150 5 3. Meeting rooms all meeting rooms will have to be soundproofed.
(a) the No. 1 meeting room must include the following elements: (i) audiovisual material: (1) PA 16-port console.
(2) ten microphones-ties;
(3) three microphones music players;
(4) video monitors on stage allowing stakeholders to see the screen;
(5) equipment installation and live direction and monitors for projection live on one or more screens;
(6) post Clearcom for connection between camera/switching, lighting, sound and technical direction;
(7) two projection screens (one on each side of the room);
(8) two fixed cameras and two mobile cameras provided by the host broadcaster.
(9) sound equipment for musical performances, equipment scene and instruments (indicative list attached to this annex).
(ii) for the stage: (1) platform height (at least 1 m).
(2) flags: France and the United Nations;
(3) furniture: 8 to 10 comfortable armchairs;
(4) decor of scene, plants and small tables for water;
(5) one or two homes in the immediate vicinity of the room;
(6) live control room;
(7) electrical outlets for all the equipment;
(8) podiums for the cameras for broadcasting over the Internet.
(iii) personal: (1) lighting;
(2) sound recordist;
(3) musical equipment technician;
(4) assistant stage;
(5) audiovisual team behind the scenes for three days.
b) meeting room n ° 2 should include the following elements: (i) audiovisual material: (1) ten microphones-ties;
(2) three microphones music players;
(3) video monitors on stage allowing stakeholders to see the screen;
(4) equipment installation and live direction and monitors for projection live on one or more screens;
(5) post Clearcom for connection between camera/switching, lighting, sound and technical direction;
(6) two projection screens (one on each side of the room);
(7) two fixed cameras and two mobile cameras provided by the host broadcaster.
(ii) for the stage: (1) platform height (at least 1 m).
(2) flags: France and the United Nations;
(3) furniture: 8 to 10 comfortable armchairs;
(4) decor of scene, plants and small tables for water;
(5) one or two homes in the immediate vicinity of the room;
(6) live control room;
(7) podiums for the cameras for broadcasting over the Internet;
(8) two interpretation booths.
(iii) personal: (1) lighting;
(2) sound recordist.
The provider will ensure to avoid interference between different conference rooms.
4. Internet broadcasting has) events related to the initiative "for a dynamic of change": (i) broadcast live from a choice of sessions.
(ii) provision for embedding/sharing of videos on the site UNFCCC.int;
(iii) live broadcast on large screens on the site of the conference.
b) Information Bulletins: (i) production of three short (2-3 minutes about one per day) newsletters focused on the best examples / speakers/interviewees, with images of archives and/or appropriate animations.
c) 1 and 2 meeting rooms: audio and video in analog (FBAS and XLR) symmetrical and digital (SDI) or other format to be agreed.
(d) the projection from the presenter computer in 1 and 2 meeting rooms will be provided to DVI or AVI or another format to be agreed.
e) separate line (audiovisual analogue and digital) for the release of clips recorded by the ENG team and other needs.
Additional sound equipment for musical performances (indicative list): a) 1 table of digital mixers Yamaha LS9-16;
(b) 2 subwoofers subwoofer d & b Q - Sub;
(c) 2 speakers MeyerSound UPA - 1 p 2-way broadband;
d) 6 returns of stage d & b MAX 12;
(e) 4 d & b amplifiers D 12;
f) 1 set of pickups battery (small: BD / SD / 2 × OH / 2 × TT);
(g) 4 microphones Shure SM58 Vocal/Instrumental;
(h) 2 microphones Shure SM57 Instrumental);
(i) 1 receiver wireless Sennheiser UHF 2000);
j) 1 player SKM2000 wireless microphone;
k) 4 boxes of direct DIB-100;
l) 1 set of cables;
m) 1 set of supports for microphones n) 1 distributor EEC - 3x230V 32 A;
o) 1 MacBookPro with PlaybackPro and InstaCue.
Equipment scene and instruments: a) 1 Yamaha Maple Custom drums with toms low 10 "/ 14", 16 "bass and bass drum tom 22";
(b) 1 snare Yamaha Maple Custom;
c) 1 set of cymbals Zildjian K Custom ride 20 ", crash 18", crash 17"with HH 13";
d) 1 Tama Roadpro Hardware.
(e) 1 mobile podium for battery, 2 m × 2 m, h 20 cm;
(f) 1 Dual Mesa Boogie guitar amplifier rectify with CAB MB 4 × 12 ";
(g) 1 pedal wah wah Dunlop 535 Q;
h) 1 Line6 DL4 delay Modeler;
(i) 1 amplifier bass DB750 Aguilar);
j) 2 subwoofers Aguilar DB410;
k) 1 keyboard Roland RD 700 NX;
l) 1 keyboard Yamaha Motif 7XF;
m) 2 supports for keyboards;
n) 1 set of cables and accessories.
TWENTY and first SESSION of the CONFERENCE PARTIES to the framework CONVENTION UNITED NATIONS climate ELEVENTH SESSION of the CONFERENCE of PARTIES acting as meeting of the PARTIES to the KYOTO Protocol, SESSION of bodies subsidiary LE BOURGET (FRANCE), 30 November - 11 December 2015 in the ARRANGEMENT TECHNIQUE on the COOPERATION of security and of safety annex annex XII of the agreement with the State host preamble • Vu. the agreement with the host State signed between the Secretariat of the UNFCCC and the french government, to which this technical Arrangement this is annexed, • common will of the Minister of the Interior of the Government of the French Republic and the Executive Secretariat of the UNFCCC to provide the climate of security and tranquility necessary for the proper conduct of the twenty-first session of the Conference of the Parties to the framework Convention of the United Nations on climate change-driven the eleventh session of the Conference of the Parties serving as the meeting of the Parties to the Kyoto Protocol, and sessions of the subsidiary bodies, the Minister of the Interior of the French Republic and the Deputy Executive Secretary of the UNFCCC have agreed to the following: this technical Arrangement should be read with reference to the agreement between the United Nations and the Government of the French Republic concerning the twenty-first session of the Conference of the Parties to the framework Convention of the United Nations on climate change, the eleventh session of the Conference of the Parties serving as the meeting of the Parties to the Kyoto Protocol, and the sessions of the subsidiary bodies, hereinafter referred to as 'agreement with the host State", signed by the United Nations and the France.
The agreement with the State host has: [...]
Article 9 police Protection and security 1. The Government has a responsibility to provide, at his expense, police protection and security necessary to ensure the smooth running of the Conference / meetings of pre-session without interference of any kind. This device of police is placed under the supervision and direct a senior official designated by the Government authority. It works in close cooperation with the senior liaison officer for Security appointed for this purpose by the Department of safety and security of the United Nations, so as to ensure an appropriate climate of security and serenity.
2. the security at the premises of the Conference is the responsibility of the Department of safety and security of the United Nations, in close coordination with the Secretariat, and it is provided in close collaboration with the authorities of government security, while outside the Conference premises, security is the responsibility of the Government. The perimeters of these two areas of security and the arrangements for cooperation are clearly defined by the Government and the Secretariat until the premises are placed under the authority of the Secretariat

3. the terms of security cooperation between the Government and the Secretariat in these two areas are detailed in a separate legally binding document entitled 'Technical Arrangement' between the Government and the Secretariat and contained in annex XII to this agreement. The technical Arrangement explores issues relating to the chain of command, import, use and storage of weapons of service of officials of the United Nations, the crisis management and the surrender of persons detained in the premises of the Conference.
4. the Secretariat and the Government cooperate for the establishment of a comprehensive operational plan of security and safety based on the evaluation of the safety of the Conference by the United Nations which must be completed before the opening of the Conference. This safety plan is the framework for the implementation of all safety-related activities.
5. the Government provides at his own expense to the Secretariat facilities and security personnel, as specified in annex II to this agreement.
6. the Government also provides, at its own expense, the police protection required to ensure the smooth running of known meetings and meetings not known in a climate of safety and serenity and without interference of any kind.
ARRANGEMENT TECHNIQUE on COOPERATION in security and safety Article 1 Coordinator responsible for the security of the event (MSC) and top official in charge of safety and security (HFS) in accordance with section 9 above, the Department of safety and security of United Nations and the authorities of the host State concluded the main following arrangements to facilitate the preparation and implementation of a security and safety operational Plan ad hoc.
The head of the section of security and safety of the United Nations in Vienna, Mr Kevin O Hanlon made office, for the purposes of this document, Coordinator responsible for the safety of the manifestation of the United Nations, hereinafter referred to as "CSM". On the side of the host State, the prefect Hubert Weigel served as senior official responsible for safety and security, hereinafter referred to as HFS'.
The two designated officials shall cooperate for the development of the operational Plan of security and safety. This plan details the security coverage of the Conference, which is seen as a joint operation of the Department of safety and security of United Nations and the French authorities.
Section 2 allocation of responsibilities although it is understood that the United Nations retains total control of the site of the Conference, considered as inviolable, any serious situation related to security that could affect normal Conference is evaluated jointly with the authorities of the host State and these recommendations are submitted to the Executive Secretary of the framework Convention of the United Nations on climate change (UNFCCC) for decision. The only exception is the start of the evacuation plan of the premises in case of fire or any other imminent and serious threat that could affect the safety of the people and demanding immediate protective measures.
In accordance with article 9 of the agreement with the host State, the site of the Conference-registered sector, which is the responsibility of the Department of safety and security of United Nations is described as including all areas devoted exclusively to the conduct of the Conference.
Article 3 Assistance of the host Government agreement with the CSM, the Government host ready assistance in the following areas: • liaison and support to operations.
• control of access to the Conference premises and perimeters restricted;
• provision of safety equipment in accordance with annex II of the agreement with the host State.
• protection of VIPs;
• medical support;
• support for safety, including the safety against fire;
• detection and research of explosives on the site of the Conference;
• prior checking of all vehicles entering the site of the Conference.
Although this technical Arrangement defines the responsibilities of each party, it is without prejudice applications for security assistance from either party within their respective areas of competence.
Article 4 chain of command 1. All agents of the French security forces working on the site of the Conference remain under operational command of the HFS or his delegate. All security private agents working on the site of the Conference are placed under the command of the MSC. The HFS works closely with the CSM to ensure that the mission of the United Nations security team is full. All security private agents participating in operation Joint on the site of the Conference bear a holding as agreed between the MSC and the HFS and identification badges issued by the United Nations.
2. the operational safety and Security Plan includes a staffing table assigning duties and responsibilities to each security officer. This table may be amended by mutual agreement between the parties.
Article 5 transfer of responsibility MSC takes official responsibility for the premises of the Conference Saturday, November 28, 2015 at 6:00. Responsibility for these sectors returned officially to the French authorities on Saturday, 12 December 2015, at 6:00 or at a date mutually agreed according to the needs of the Conference. At any time before, during and after the holding of the Conference, the French authorities make available a sufficient number of security officers to ensure effective functioning of the Conference in an atmosphere of safety and calm, without interference of any kind.
Article 6 1 link. The HFS updates available to the agents of security, as agreed with the CSM, in the conditions laid down in paragraph 1 of article 4, in order to inter alia with the joint tasks defined in article 3 of this technical Arrangement. These security officers operate under the operational command of the United Nations designated security staff members.
2. the Department of safety and security of United Nations establishes its headquarters in the Office of the United Nations Security. By mutual agreement, coordination meetings take place regularly or at the request of one of the parties.
Article 7 firearms in the exercise of their functions, United Nations security officers carry their official service arms of Nations that are imported and for which a permit is issued in accordance with the French legislation. When not worn, the firearms must be stored in a safe place at the Safety Board of the United Nations, in a secure depot put at disposal by the French authorities. Security of United Nations staff respects the United Nations regulations for the use of physical force and physical force likely to cause death.
The HFS agrees to provide reasonable assistance to the MSC by facilitating the clearance of weapons of the security guards of the United Nations at the point of arrival and departure in accordance with the French legislation on the control of firearms.
Private security officers recruited by the French authorities for the event are not allowed to bring weapons to fire on the site of the Conference for the duration thereof.
Article 8 crisis management from the beginning to the end of the Conference, a crisis made up of representatives of both parties unit stands ready to intervene. The CSM submits recommendations of the crisis cell to the Executive Secretary. the UNFCCC, which then decides how to proceed if the crisis affects the Conference site.
Article 9 security of communications the parties agree to grant each other the right to set up and use secure communications on the site of the Conference for the duration thereof and allow the operation of these secure interference free communications.
Article 10 security arrangements for senior officials of the United Nations the HFS is committed to providing, by mutual agreement, reasonable assistance to the MSC for the personal protection of dignitaries visit and other prominent officials of the United Nations.
Article 11 lost MSC assumes the full responsibility for the implementation of staffing and management of a lost and found by the Conference Office. Any lost object unclaimed at the end of the Conference moved to the HFS for retention and subsequent disposal.
Article 12 issue of accreditation badges anyone entering the premises of the Conference must be accredited and wear a badge of access of the UNFCCC visible at any time as long as it is in the local said. The MSC is responsible for the design, implementation and the issuance of all passes for meetings, maps and other forms of identification documents required for access to the Conference and related facilities. The system of passes and cards proposed for the Conference is included in a brochure that will be delivered to the HFS. Information about participants allowed to be accredited to the Conference are communicated to the French authorities.
Article 13 fire safety

The HFS guarantees that all of the conference premises complies with the codes and national standards for fire safety. The HFS also provides a copy of the evacuation plan to the MSC. A member of security of United Nations personnel is appointed to liaise to coordinate fire safety services to support, jointly with a french counterpart.
Article 14 release of those detained if security of United Nations personnel appeals to a person on the site of the Conference, a report must be prepared immediately and sent to the HFS. On the basis of this report and any other relevant information, security personnel of the Nations United or HFS, as the case may be, may request that the summoned person is placed at disposal of the authorities competent French. The decision of provision and, where appropriate, the surrender of the challenged person must intervene as soon as possible. In any event the MSC retains discretion to decide whether or not access to a request from the HFS in a manner it determines. It shall immediately inform the Executive Secretary of the UNFCCC. The HFS is committed to take the CSM informed of any administrative proceedings or judicial brought against the arrested person. If the arrested person is not delivered to the French authorities, it is left free in his movements.
Article 15 Evaluation and updating of the threat the HFS assessment communicates timely to MSC a document of threat assessment for the Conference which serves to establish security measures put in place for the duration of it. The HFS transmits to the CSM any information likely to cause security enhancements, modifications or adjustments.
Article 16 operational safety and safety 1. The CSM and the HFS cooperate closely in the preparation of an operational Plan for security and safety. This plan constitutes the framework in which are implemented all tasks related to security and safety, and appendices covering each subject in detail are attached to the body of the document.
2. Once completed, this Plan, incorporating the recommendations of the United Nations for the Conference site security, is presented for approval to the office of the designated official of the United Nations in France and the Executive Secretary of the UNFCCC. However, the plan annexes may be amended or supplemented if necessary.
3. any disagreement among members of the United Nations and the French security forces in carrying out security missions is quickly brought to the attention of the MSC and the HFS for settlement.
This technical Arrangement signed in English and French languages, both texts being equally authentic.
Deputy Minister of the Interior the Executive Secretary 1 a UNFCCC annex ANNEXES annex I premises 1. Conference rooms (estimate of needs in terms of space: 20,000 m2 for all listed below, including two plenary rooms meeting rooms), each meeting or conference room is equipped with a Wi - Fi coverage and sufficient LAN connections.
a) a conference room (plenary room 1) with a minimum capacity of 1,900 people seated (544 seats at the tables, 544 seats for advisers, 812 additional seats); a dais (9 seats at the tables) and 9 seats for advisers; area reserved for the Conference near the dais (3 tables, 6 chairs) officer; a desk, a Panel for the control panel complies with the visuals of the Conference; two large screens and technical equipment for video projections; stage/platform equipped with a background scene appropriate suitable for television broadcasting as shown in annex V, and a space at the front to be used temporarily by television and press photographers. a teleprompter; an audio recording on CD installation; four slots for fixed cameras and two for mobile cameras provided by the host broadcaster. output audio (boxes distribution audio XLR, two in English and two for the language of the speaker, or two in french); audio/video (in English and in the language of the speaker) or in french and signals data/presentation dedicated embedded in the audio/visual system and connected to the Régie "nodal" of the host broadcaster (for more information, see annex III); a laptop for presentations to the table on the dais and the technical area with remote laptop, a laptop for the Conference Officer and a printer in the box that it is reserved; a kit of virtual participation (for more information, see Appendix II); LAN connections at locations given, notably but not exclusively on the dais and the area reserved for the Conference Officer; a location with tables inside the room for the distribution of documents; seven interpretation booths; a national flag (height 170 cm) on mast and a flag of the United Nations (height: 170 cm).
b) a conference room (plenary room 2) with a capacity of 1,300 people seated (544 seats at the tables, 544 seats for advisers, 212 additional seats); a dais (9 seats at the tables) and 9 seats for advisers; location close to the stage for the Conference (3 tables, 6 chairs) officer; a desk, a sign for the console meets the Visual of the Conference; two large screens and technical equipment for video projections; four slots for fixed cameras and two for mobile cameras provided by the host broadcaster. output audio (boxes distribution audio XLR, two in English and two for the language of the speaker, or two in french); audio/video signals (in English and in the language of the speaker) or in french and signal of data/presentation dedicated embedded in the audio/visual system of the room and connected to the Régie "nodal" of the host broadcaster. an audio recording on CD installation; a laptop for presentations to the table on the dais and a laptop in the technical area with presenter, a laptop for the Conference Officer and a printer in the box which is reserved, a kit of virtual participation (for more information, see Appendix II); LAN connections at locations given, notably but not exclusively on the dais and the area reserved for the Conference Officer; a location with tables inside the room for the distribution of documents; seven interpretation booths; a national flag (height 170 cm) on mast and a flag of the United Nations (height: 170 cm) pole. scene/estrade equipped with a background scene appropriate suitable for television broadcasting as indicated in annex v c) conference rooms referred to in points a and b must be equipped with an installation of simultaneous interpretation in the six languages of the Conference and (English and language of the speaker) audio recording on CD. Each interpretation booth must be able to pass on seven channels (the speaker more each channel). The Chinese and Arabic booths require a device to switch directly on the interpretation in English or french, regardless of the language of the speaker, so that interpreters for Arabic and Chinese could work from these two languages without the need to move physically. The Arab and Chinese booths will also be designed and equipped to receive three interpreters each (three consoles). Cabins must be placed at least at the same height as the dais. A space for two additional cabins would be required (under consideration).
d) a conference room (meeting room n ° 1) with a capacity of 600 people seated (classroom format; 360 spaces at tables and 240 additional seats) with a platform (8 seats at the table and 8 seats for advisers).
e) a conference room (meeting room n ° 2) with a capacity of 580 people sitting (in square; 70 places at tables, 160 seats for advisors and 350 additional seats).
f) three rooms press conference (press 1, 2 and 3 conference rooms) as indicated in annex III.
g) two conference rooms (Nos. 3 and 4 meeting rooms) with a capacity of 350 people seated each (format classroom; 300-seat tables and 50 additional seats) with a platform (6 seats at the tables) and 6 seats for advisers.
h) two conference rooms (Nos. 5 and 6 meeting rooms) with a capacity of 200 people seated each (format classroom; 150 seats at tables and 50 additional seats) with a platform (6 seats at the tables) and 6 seats for advisers.
i) two conference rooms (Nos. 7 and 8 meeting rooms) with a capacity of 150 people seated each (classroom format; 120 seats at tables and 30 additional seats) with a platform (6 seats at the tables) and 6 seats for advisers.
j) three conference rooms (Nos. 9, 10 and 11 meeting rooms) with a capacity of 100 people seated each (format classroom; 80 seats at the tables and 20 additional seats) with a platform (6 seats at the tables).
k) a conference room (meeting No. 12 room) with a capacity of 360 people sitting (in square; 80 seats at the tables, 80 places for advisors and 200 additional seats).
l) a conference room (meeting No. 13 room) with a capacity of 200 people (in square; 80 seats at the tables and 120 seats for advisers).

m) four conference rooms (Nos. 14, 15, 16 and 17 meeting rooms) with a capacity of 100 people seated each (in square; 50 places at tables and 50 seats for advisers).
n) three conference rooms (Nos. 18, 19 and 20 meeting rooms) with a capacity of 80 people seated each (format classroom; 80 seats at the tables) with a platform (6 seats at the tables).
o) two conference rooms (Nos. 21 and 22 meeting rooms) with a capacity of 80 people seated each (in square; 40 places at tables and 40 seats for advisers).
p) Six conference rooms (meeting rooms Nos. 23, 24, 25, 26, 27 and 28) with a capacity of 60 people seated each (in square; 30 seats at tables and 30 places for advisors).
q) two conference rooms (Nos. 29 and 30 meeting rooms) with a capacity of 40 persons sitting each (in square; 20 spaces at tables and 20 seats for advisers).
r) two conference rooms (Nos. 31 and 32 meeting rooms) with a capacity of 20 people sitting each (in square; 10 places at tables and 10 seats for advisers).
s) a conference room for side events and meetings of the NGO groups (meeting room "meetings and parallel events group of NGOs ' no. 1) with a capacity of 500 seated guests. installation of interpretation (two cabins); stage 8 stakeholders, 8 Councillors, pulpit and 4 players microphones.
t) four conference rooms for side events and meetings of the NGO groups (meeting room "meetings and parallel events group of NGOs ' Nos. 2, 3, 4 and 5) with a capacity of 300 seats each; installation of interpretation (two cabins in each room); Platform for 8 speakers, 8 advisors, desk and 2 microphones music players.
u) two conference rooms for side events and meetings of the NGO groups (meeting room "meetings and parallel events group of NGOs ' Nos. 6 and 7) with a capacity of 200 seats each; installation of interpretation (two cabins in each room); Platform for 8 speakers, 8 advisors, desk and 2 microphones music players.
v) three conference rooms for side events and meetings of the NGO groups (meeting room "meetings and parallel events group of NGOs ' Nos. 8, 9 and 10) with a capacity of 150 seats each; installation of interpretation (two cabins in each room); Platform for 6 speakers, 6 advisors, desk and 2 microphones music players.
w) two conference rooms for side events and meetings of the NGO groups (meeting room "meetings and parallel events group of NGOs ' Nos. 11 and 12) with a capacity of 100 people seated each; installation of interpretation (two cabins in each room); Platform for 6 speakers, 6 advisors, desk and 2 microphones music players.
x) a conference room for meetings with organizations with observer status (meeting room "meetings and parallel events group of NGOs ' no. 13) with a capacity of 50 seated; installation of interpretation (two cabins); Platform for 4 speakers, 4 advisors, desk and 2 microphones music players.
(y) space for events under the initiative "for a dynamic of change", as shown in annex XI.
(z) all conference rooms must be equipped with lighting and adequate sound and systems of a sufficient number of microphones according to the size and the capacity of the room; each room will have the possibility to make an audio recording of the session; a laptop (RJ45) connected to the mains must be provided for presentations as well as a virtual participation kit (for more information, see Appendix II); each meeting room must have sufficient wireless coverage.
AA) all conference rooms / meeting will be soundproofed and equipped with ventilation, air conditioning systems and adequate heating, as well as a clock. The specific data concerning these devices will be determined in close consultation with the Secretariat during technical missions.
Plenary rooms 1 and 2 must have an electronic system for displaying names indicating the applications of speech of delegations on many monitors for the Presidency, note-takers, conference officials and technicians. A separate list of delegates wishing to address will be generated with the exact names of the Parties/observers in English (this list showing the next 25 players will be visible on separate monitors; it will also show the total number of delegations have asked for the floor and different colors will be used to distinguish between the Parties and observers; Please note that the Chair is not required to give the floor to the delegates in the order of) applications). The technician open the microphone when the presiding officer has announced the name of the intervener. The camera dome installed in two plenary halls system will be connected to the PA system and programmed to automatically select the place of the speaker in the plenary. The name of the intervener and of the party or the observer will be shown on the screen. A history of interventions, specifying what party intervened and what time should be printed at the end of session.
BB) plenary rooms 1 and 2 must have a system of lights remotely indicating the maximum duration of interventions. Lights or displays digital, visible to the public, must be installed on the control panel or projected on the screen to indicate the end of the time allocated; possibility of a sound signal when the time is finished.
CC) special wiring for audio and video signals (all work and equipment necessary) so that the debates in plenary Hall 1 can be tracked from the plenary Hall 2 or G77 conference room and China in the six official languages of the United Nations more than the speaker.
DD) plenary rooms and VIP spaces will need to be decorated (plants of Interior and flowers).
Meeting room CONFIGURATION PLACES at tables PLACES for additional seats TOTAL cabins advisors interpretation plenary 1 plenary 544 544 812 1.900 7 cabins plenary 2 plenary 544 544 212 1,300 7 cabins room press conference no. 1 Amphitheater 500 2 cabins room press conference no. 2 Amphitheater 200 2 cabins room press conference no. 3 Amphitheater 200 2 cabins No. 1 classroom 360 240 600 room meeting room of meeting No. 2 square 80 160 350 580 room meeting No. 3 classroom 300 50 350 meeting room no. 4 classroom 300 50 350 meeting room no. 5 classroom 150 50 200 meeting room no. 6 classroom 150 50 200 meeting room no. 7 classroom 120 30 150 n ° 8 120 30 150 classroom meeting room no. 9 room meeting room class 80 20 100 meeting room no. 10 classroom 80 20 100 meeting room no. 11 classroom 80 20 100 meeting room no. 12 square 80 80 200 360 meeting room no. 13 square 80 120 200 meeting room no. 14 square 50 50 100 meeting room no. 15 square 50 50 100 meeting room no. 16 square 50 50 100 meeting No. 17 square 50 room
50 100 meeting room no. 18 classroom 80 0 80 meeting room no. 19 classroom 80 0 80 meeting room no. 20 classroom 80 0 80 meeting room no. 21 square 40 40 80 meeting room no. 22 square 40 40 80 meeting room no. 23 square 30 30 60 meeting room no. 24 square 30 30 60 meeting No. 25 square 30 30 60 room
Meeting room no. 26 square 30 30 60 meeting room no. 27 square 30 30 60 meeting room no. 28 square 30 30 60 meeting room no. 29 square 20 20 40 meeting room no. 30 square 20 20 40 meeting room no. 31 square 10 10 20 meeting No. 32 square 10 10 20 room "Side events" room no. 1 Multi 500 2 cabins "Side events" room no. 2 Multi 300 2 cabins room "Side events" No. 3 Multi 300 2 cabins room "Side events" No.4 Multi 300 2 cabins room "Side events" No.5 Multi 300 2 cabins room "Side events" No. 6 Multi 200 2 cabins room "Side events" No.7 Multi 200 2 cabins room "Side events" No. 8 Multi 150 2 cabins room "Side events" No. 9 Multi 150 2 cabins room "Side events" No. 10 Multi 150 2 cabins room "Side events" No. 11 Multi 100
2 cabins room "Side events" Multi 100 2 cabins room "Side events" No.12 No.13 Multi 50 2 cabins total number of seats available 11.620 2. Availability of rooms of conference, offices and other spaces of the Conference premises referred to in annex I will be made available off schedule by mutual agreement before the beginning of the pre-sessional meetings. The calendar of Assembly, installation and testing of equipment will be stopped in accordance with the Secretariat.
3. installations for the pre-session meetings

The host State will provide adequate facilities for meetings of pre-session, as shown in the table below, effective Monday, November 23, 2015. Exact needs and the configuration will be determined in close consultation with the Secretariat. The framework of meetings of pre-session should be separate from the site of the COP to avoid disturbances due to construction operations. For this purpose, a separate Internet connection (symmetrical, at least 34 MB/s, high speed (1, 2, 3), a LAN infrastructure and support will be needed for pre-session meetings. The two sites will be preferably connected by a dedicated connection or a secure VPN.
No. amount room Configuration (size) capacity calendar 1 1 meeting No. 1 G77 and China class (600 m2) room 500 28-29 November 2 1 No. 2 meeting room (LDCs/SIDS) classroom (300 m2) 250 24-27 November 3 1 meeting room no.3 (African Group) classroom (300 m2) 250 26-27 November 4 8 meeting rooms our 4-11 (meetings of presidents with the negotiating teams) square (45 m2) 30
26-29 November 1. A connection from relief should be installed with automatic failover in the event of failure of the primary bonding.
2. 16 public IP addresses must be supplied for NAT network (address translation NAT) and broadcast on the Internet service. The IP should be distinct from the DSL addresses.
3. the service provider shall provide technical support on site during installation and operation.
3.1. conference rooms has) a meeting room, classroom format, with a capacity of 500 people sitting at the tables (table on the dais with 6 seats); the power supply should be sufficient in the meeting room for a large amount of material and a large number of PCs and laptops.
Meeting room n ° 1 should have the following equipment: a laptop for projection, connected to a projector / Beamer (5,000 ANSI lumens); projection screen (270 × 180 cm); control microphones, amplifier and speaker unit; 250 conference microphone (a microphone for two participants); independent pickups for the Presidency at the table on the dais, with function for interruption and breaking; two 22 '' LCD monitors placed in front of the dais.
(b)) two (Nos. 2 and 3) meeting rooms, classroom format, with a capacity of 250 people seated at tables for each (table on the dais with 6 seats); the power supply should be sufficient in each meeting room for a large amount of material and a large number of PCs and laptops.
Two Nos. 2 and 3 meeting rooms must have the following equipment: a laptop for projection, connected to a projector / Beamer (5 000 ANSI lumens); projection screen (270 × 180 cm); control microphones, amplifier and speaker unit; 125 conference microphone (a microphone for two participants); independent pickups for the Presidency at the table on the dais, with function for interruption and breaking; two 22 '' LCD monitors placed in front of the dais.
c) eight meeting (our 4-11) rooms, square configuration, with a capacity of 30 people seated at tables for each; the power supply should be sufficient in the meeting rooms for a large amount of material and a large number of PCs and laptops.
(d) all conference rooms must be equipped with lighting and a proper PA system.
(e) all conference rooms will be soundproofed and equipped with adequate ventilation and air conditioning systems.
(f) all meeting rooms must be reserved and available before the meeting (to no later than Monday, November 23, 2015) for installation and testing. They should be available until the day following the last day of meeting in the event that the meeting would be delayed and can extend during the night or the following morning.
3.2. personnel offices and other spaces) two offices (approx. 60 m2) fully furnished, equipped and operational, each with 10 workstations types in islets of 5 tables and chairs; a printer copier HP Multifunction network (of type equivalent to HP M 880) in each office staff: multifunction printer in black and white medium, analog or digital, speed capacity of 60 to 90 copies per minute, double-sided printing mode. Instructions in English will be provided. The machine must be installed and configured and available technical assistance effective November 24, 2015. The printer settings must allow network printing.
(b)) a bureau (office for payment of daily subsistence allowances, about 25 m2) fully furnished, equipped and operational, with each 3 workstations types, 3 tables and chairs. It must be located so as to be easily accessible for participants in meetings of pre-session and equipped with a safe and printer copier HP networked (of type equivalent to HP M 880): multifunction printer in black and white medium, analog or digital, speed capacity of 60 to 90 copies per minute, double-sided printing mode. Instructions in English will be provided. The machine must be installed and configured and available technical assistance effective November 24, 2015. The printer settings must allow network printing. Ten additional chairs near the office to serve as a waiting area.
(c) a computer centre (exhibit of approximately 200 m2 or open space) for Internet access, 50 laptops, with a network printer).
3.3. restoration and other services) the following services will be provided for consideration and will be operated from 8:00 to 22:00 on the site of meetings of pre-session: cafeteria and vending machines (breakfast, lunch, dinner and catering service) at reasonable prices. banking services for participants, with particular DAB, cashing of cheques and the good United Nations (DSA), changes.
b) water on the tables for the G77 and China, SIDS, LDCs and Africa group meetings (water and glasses to provide each morning meeting and replenishment during the day).
(c) a water fountain shall be provided in each room meeting, with cardboard cups and bottles of refill in sufficient quantities.
3.4. a) the receiving State support staff will need to put in place proper security.
b) security and guards to control the badges; registered nurses.
(c) local staff for pre-session meetings, including technical support in sufficient numbers to staff dealing with laptops, printers, photocopiers, lighting, etc. 4. Offices, including the core team, area services and other spaces in) office space for core, totally furnished, equipped and operational team, with 20 to 25 workstations such types as described in the table below. a speed photocopier medium; 5 international terrestrial telephone lines; 4 telephones with boss/Secretary function; a fax; a multifunction printer with scanner function (connected to the same network as the core team); a computer network (LAN and Wi - Fi) with adequate Internet connectivity; for Smartphone (smartphones) in adequate number and computer assistance for personnel services will be available starting October 19, 2015, three weeks prior to the Conference to the United Nations website. If the personnel offices planning and installation of the equipment are not finalized, the computer services described above must remain available.
(b) approximately 4 000 m2 of space with 80 to 100 offices (depending on the size of the Conference) fully furnished, equipped and operational (including soundproofing of the offices of the Coordinator, small meeting rooms, offices and rooms of reprography General spaces), to the staff of the Secretariat and other United Nations personnel, depending on the number of officers specified by the Executive Secretary the President of the Conference and the support team, will be available no later than November 23, 2015.
(c) all offices must have adequate access to Wi - Fi. Each workstation must have a minimum of a network connection. Connections additional network must be provided to the offices with the gateway VoIP (telephone/teleconference VoiP device). A redundant network connection by collective office.
(d) offices will reflect the structure of the work of the Secretariat teams (programmes, subprogrammes, teams, for example): (i) Office VVIP (150 m2) to the Secretary-General during the second week of the Conference with flag of the United Nations (height 170 cm) mat single and double pole with a flag of the United Nations and a national flag in the corner picture of the Secretary-General; an office for his assistants, two offices for his support team (7 workstations each); a meeting room for 20 people and a lounge for 20 people.
(ii) two managerial offices (100 m2 each), one for the Executive Secretary of the UNFCCC and the other for the President of the COP; offices must be adjacent to the managerial offices. the office of the Executive Secretary of the UNFCCC and the President of the COP should have concrete walls, a national flag (height 170 cm) on mast and flag of the United Nations (height 170 cm) pole.

(iii) an office for the direction and executive management (EDM) the UNFCCC and COP/CMP support with an office of Coordinator and 14 workstations for support teams.
(iv) a collective office for the Deputy Executive Secretary (ODES) and support services COP/CMP with a Coordinator Office, an office of Director and 29 workstations for support teams.
(v) a collective office for the support of the french government team, according to the needs of the host State.
(vi) two meeting rooms that can accommodate 20 to 25 persons each for the Executive Secretary of the UNFCCC, and the President of the COP, located near their offices.
(vii) a collective office for the Chairpersons/Vice-Chairpersons of the subsidiary body for implementation (SBI), the subsidiary body for scientific and technological advice (SBSTA) and the Coordination of the ad hoc working group (ADP) with 4 offices of co-ordinator and 4 workstations for the support team.
(viii) a collective office for the cell's strategy of implementing (UIS) with an office of Coordinator, an office of Director and 20 workstations, including ADP support team.
(ix) a collective office for Legal Affairs with a Coordinator Office, an office of Director and 18 workstations for the support team.
(x) a collective office for the mechanism of sustainable development (MDD) with an office of Coordinator, 3 offices and 22 workstations.
(xi) a collective office for the body adaptation with a Coordinator Office, an office of Director and 23 workstations for the support team.
(xii) a collective program office Finance, technology and capacity-building (FTC) with an Office Coordinator, Director Office and 42 workstations for the support team, including the support SBSTA team.
(xiii) a collective office for mitigation program, data and analysis (MDA) with an office of Coordinator, 2 offices and 52 workstations for the support team, including the support SBI team.
(xiv) a collective office for administrative services (AS) with an office of Coordinator and 10 workstations for the support team.
(xv) a collective office for the Service of communications and awareness (CO) with an office of Coordinator, 2 offices and approximately 33 workstations for strategic communication and knowledge management teams.
(xvi) a collective office for the Service of computing and communications (ITS) with an office of Coordinator, an office of Director and 19 workstations for the support team.
(xvii) an office space opened with 20 workstations for the team's account of the negotiations Bulletin (ENB).
(xviii) a collective office for the Service of the Affairs of the Conference (CAS) with 3 offices Coordinator, a Director and approximately 30 workstations for the support team, and a small meeting room for staff.
(xix) a collective office for the cell's documentation with 14 workstations.
(xx) a collective office for the Office of liaison with organizations having observer status with 16 workstations, table (s) visitors and 12 seats visitors.
(xxi) a collective office for review with 12 workstations team.
(xxii) a collective office for typing with 12 workstations team.
(xxiii) an adequate number of rooms to print / copy with the equipment for the teams in spaces 'staff '; (requirements specified in annex II).
(xxiv) four meeting rooms for 30 people (square: 15 seats at the tables and 15 additional seats) in the area of the offices reserved for staff.
(xxv) offices and jobs in areas of services, as indicated in paragraphs a to t in the next section (office equipment).
(xxvi) offices for security: two offices Coordinator for the Director of the Division of Headquarters (DHSSS) security and safety services and the security of events co-ordinator, a Director for the Coordinator Office Assistant safety demonstrations, a desk with 2 workstations for their assistants, a desk with 6 workstations for the host country security services an office with 5 workstations for the VIP coordination office, a desk with 6 workstations communicating with another office with 4 workstations behind the reception/home (counter 'found objects').
(xxvii) reception/home (counter 'found objects', length 4 m) must have a vast space of storage under lock and key of found objects and communicate through a door locking with the Control Centre of the Security (30 m2, 4 workstations with one including the head of the network of closed-circuit television).
(xxviii) a storage room of weapons, concrete walls, must be located close to the Security Control Centre and wide enough to allow security officers to load or unload weapons through a system of 'bullet trap' secure, and to store all other equipment (radios and Chargers radio prong, torches (, megaphones, etc.).
(xxix) cloakroom closed which may contain 100 demi-casiers, communicating with a lounge to rest security officers, with 4 workstations.
(xxx) a small room (about 30 people) for daily safety meetings.
(xxxi) two areas of security screening (2,000 m2) with enough space for the queues of waiting and devices and safety equipment.
(xxxii) cloakroom (100 m2).
(e) the installation and planning calendar will be stopped in close consultation with the Secretariat after the first technical mission so that local as well as all the facilities and services are available in a timely manner.
(f) the detailed configuration of offices, meeting spaces and service areas, as well as the distribution of equipment and furniture, will be adopted in close consultation with the Secretariat.
(g) the offices will be equipped to reflect the rank / grade in the United Nations of their occupants, as shown in the table below.
(h) all offices will be equipped with workstations based on the number of members of staff who occupy them and will include at least two seats visitors. All workstations will be equipped with a desk with drawers closing key and a proper Office Chair, that of a desk lamp, a wastebasket, equipped with 4 extensions taken European, and will benefit from sufficient electrical power for all electrical equipment. Each workstation must have a network connection. At least 1 connection network redundant by (collective) office. The coat racks will be provided if necessary. A cupboard lockable, with a shelf, will be provided for each office to a person of high rank, and one for two officers in the Group offices. The host State will provide 4 shredders.
(i) in all prefabricated buildings, particular attention should be paid to lighting, air conditioning, heating and an adequate soundproofing. Specific data relating to these transactions will be determined in close consultation with the Secretariat during technical missions.
Equipment of offices will be equipped to reflect the rank / grade in the United Nations of their occupants, as shown in the table below: Executive Secretary and president of the cop Coordinator / Chair Director position working type G77 and China NGOs and IGOs United nations Office officials individual Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes lounge (sofa (, chairs, table) 1 meeting Table 1 1 1 1 1 seat of visitor 10 6 2 6 2 6 seat 1 Chair of Secretary 1 1 1 2 4 1 managerial Office 1 ordinary desktop 1 1 1 2 4 1 Cabinet Director 1 low cupboard 1 1 1 to 2 workstations 1 1 1 foot 1 1 1 dimmable lamp hangers 1 1 1 1 for 3 posts work 1 1 1 1 (VoIP) local/internal phone international phone 4() 1 (VoIP) 1 (VoIP) 1 (VoIP) 1 1 1 1 1 1 phone with function boss mobile phone / Secretary, line international 1 PC 2 2 or 4 extensions (4 European by extension plugs) 2 2 2 1 2 4 2 soundproof Office Yes Yes Yes Yes 4 the Secretariat uses a solution of Swyx VoIP telephony from the headquarters of the United Nations to the conference Centre which allows both sites staff to stay connected and keep their office and telephone numbers. The staff who will be on the site of the Conference must be equipped handsets, software and licenses necessary to use this service.
a) operating of the computer network (NOC) Centre: provide adequate space (approximately 20 × 20 m) with access control secure very close to or contacting the primary server room, and configured to accommodate a minimum of 20 workstations, 12 LCD monitors and a meeting with a whiteboard space.
(b) an additional space of adequate size (approximately 15 × 15 m) for permanent it staff should be provided, preferably in close proximity to the NOC.
c) bathroom storage/workshop (for external providers) size needed (to be confirmed) to repair and store the equipment provided, preferably in close proximity to the NOC.

d) a distribution centre on the Internet (100 m2) with 14 adjacent workstations, 14 tables and chairs, a server room well ventilated and storage of equipment.
(e) two data centers (at least 45 m2 each) whose specifications are specified in annex II; the two rooms of servers should be easily accessible from the conference area.
(f) computer storage (50 m2) for spare parts and traps of the UNFCCC, in the immediate vicinity of the room of the primary servers and computer network (NOC) operating centre); must be secured.
(g) computer storage (20 m2) in the immediate vicinity of the registration area).
h) data centers: provide one or more spaces adequate to accommodate about 280 tables and 510 chairs, Internet access via laptop computers (size and number accurate computer centres depend on the configuration of installations and the number of participants, including bloggers, as indicated in annex II, but a minimum clearance of 300 m2 per centre is requested); each computer centre will have at least a workstation dedicated for computer assistance and will be easily identifiable.
i) performers (60 m2) room: space lounge (sofa, armchairs, tables and chairs) for 20 people and adjacent office with a Director Office space and 3 workstations types.
(j) reprography (approximately 250 m2) space air-conditioned to guarantee a low-humidity: tables, chairs, shelves, storage space for paper, 6 photocopiers for intensive use, a large table sorting, 10 chairs and 3 lamps.
k) area of distribution of documents: should be available in an easily accessible place and understand a counter (length: 6 m), 100 linear meters of shelving, 3 workstations types, chairs and tables to sort the documents.
l) registration of participants and the press Hall, with toilet (1400 to 1600 m2, excluding accredited registrars) with enough space for the queues outside. right counter with photos blue walls (Hex code #5B92E5) and enough light to take photos of participants of the highest quality that will be recorded in the database, near the entrance to the conference center on-site (length: 40 to 45 m, accommodating printers of size 50 × 50 × 50 cm and allowing 34 officers to work simultaneously); storage (15 m2) room well ventilated and locking located next to the registration office. space and sufficient tools to manage long queues, safety devices; Office (approximately 150 m2) with approximately 20 workstations including one for officer coordination of security (DSS); 34 kits scanners security (5), (6).
m) Office of information and distribution of meeting rooms (around 30 m2): counter (length: 10 m) allowing 8 agents to work simultaneously and 300 traps for the delegations, in the area of services close to the main entrance, office soundproof (approximately 170 m2) with 22 workstations.
(n) space media and broadcasting (5,000 m2 in total) and offices for the team of press, as shown in annex III, in a separate area of the plenary halls and the main box offices for staff, and close the press conference rooms; adjacent outdoor parking for at least 40 cars satellite and at least 20 positions outside commentator.
o) 18 offices of coordinators (20 m2 each) for senior United Nations officials and VIP's, located at a separate location of the offices of the UNFCCC, as well as a collective office with 10 workstations for senior officials of the United Nations support teams.
(p) four offices for regional groups with 3 desktops and a meeting room adjacent to 20 people for the G77 and China, 2 desktops and a small table of meeting for the African Group, SIDS and LDCs.
q) exhibition space (approximately 4000 m2) with enough space for 200 exhibitors; each stand (2 m × 2 m) will be equipped with a counter (1.5 m × 0.5 m × 1 m) and a backdrop to 2 m in height with the name of the Exhibitor, after validation by the UNFCCC, lighting and a monitor (touch screen preference); each stand will be equipped with extensions with 4 European plugs and a sufficient power supply for the whole of electrical equipment; It solutions should enable virtual exhibitions;
(r) in addition, 20 billboards are needed in the area of exposure; 4 shelves and a visible signage with both the logo of the Conference and that of the UNFCCC will be placed on climate change publications counter (2 m × 2 m each).
s) offices for NGOs groups: two offices with 4 workstations and 8 offices with 3 desktops (including one for the umbrella organisation).
t) two business centres (approximately 50 m2 each) with telephones, fax machines, modems and pay photocopiers; rental of telephones, furniture and other technical equipment for delegates, NGOs and the press.
(u) approx. 500 m2 of storage space for shipments and shipments with outside access for deliveries by car or truck near the area of exposure, available 3 weeks before and one week after the close of the Conference, equipped of a workstation (same space in article 3 paragraph 9).
v) four relaxation rooms (20 m2 each): lounge in a quiet area equipped with comfortable chairs and two beds in a place.
w) two rooms of meditation / prayer (20 m2 each) with prayer rug, in quiet and accessible areas adjacent to toilets.
x) Studio 'Climate change' (4 m × 2 m × 0.5 m): 15 seats spectators before the podium (the fire regulations permitting), a backdrop (3 m × 2 m) with logo (s) and lighting sufficient for television coverage of quality; audio system, two players microphones, a LCD screen, three ordinary chairs, signage ' Studio 'Climate change' UNFCCC ', desktop locking for the crew: 3 workstations and 3 wired Internet connections, storage space for filming equipment.
y) VIP lounge for VIP and guest of honor before the opening ceremony and VIP events, adjacent room plenary I and the security zone or in close proximity. 6 rooms for bilateral meetings.
(z) an office for the payment of daily subsistence allowances (30 m2) equipped with a safe, 4 workstations types and a space waiting for a dozen people.
AA) a space equipped with projection equipment / viewing of images and video clips without sound (to allow the public to attend the activities of observers).
(5) the description and the technical specifications of the security scanner kit are shown in annex II, point 4: information and communication Technologies.
(6) the precise number of kits (laptop computer and barcode scanner) security scanners will depend on the final configuration of the conference Centre and of the number of points of entry and exit; It will be determined in consultation with the head of the UN Security.

Annex annex II equipment and supplies 1. Communications a) telephone system: (i) voice over IP. (VoIP)
(ii) the receiving State will provide PRI primary access lines (7) which will be used for local breakout of VoIP traffic of the Secretariat resulting in the gateway of the Secretariat.
(b) as an alternative, a SIP trunk (8) can be supplied and connected between the gateway VoIP by the Secretariat and the local SIP provider.
(i) the receiving State will make available to smartphones with display in English, equipped with a feature management of mobile devices and interface wifi 2.4 and 5 GHz. All telephone directories shall be equipped with the latest staff data based on the SAL list two weeks before the start of the Conference. A limited number of smartphones and 34 additional SIM cards (for the VoIP gateway) will be made available from the date of the entry into service and until the last day of work of the team base and pre-session meetings staff. All smartphones SIM or all cards must be within the same "call group. Calls within the Group of call shall be covered by a flat rate. Adequate cell coverage must be ensured throughout the Conference site, in order to allow a good quality signal GSM and Blackberry and avoid congestion in the system.
c) facsimile system: faxes plain-paper, recent technology, at high speed, with display in English on international lines.
d) transponders: two single responders to use with interface in English, with a minimum recording capacity of 3 minutes. The function allowing correspondents leave a message should be disabled, leaving only the possibility to listen to the recorded message.

(e) radio communication system consisting of 20 units radio with charger, so that technical staff servicing of the Conference to communicate by walkie-talkie during installation, the Conference and disassembly). If necessary, the network will be supported by a repeater station for communication with all areas of the conference center. Special needs should be considered if the United Nations security team needs to use the same radio technology to ensure adequate encryption and insulation.
f) telephone position: the «Secretary» must be able to receive and filter incoming calls for the 'boss' and transfer if necessary. If the 'boss' wishes to directly receive calls, this possibility should also be provided accordingly.
(7) the primary access (PRI) is a level of telecommunication services standardized as part of the ISDN specification for the delivery of digital transmission of voice and data to several DSO between a network and a user.
(8) the Session Initiation Protocol (SIP) is a telecommunications protocol used for the management of sessions of multimedia telecommunications such as voice and video calls over IP networks.
2. video and videoconferencing equipment has) a multi-standard DVD/CD player with LCD display: portable unit that can be deployed as necessary, DVD player without restrictions on the region codes.
b) Projection: each meeting room will be equipped with a screen and a LCD or DLP projector plugged into one or two laptops (both in plenary halls and the No.1 meeting room) with monitor for presentations from the rostrum. Laptops for the Gallery, in the large meeting rooms, will be equipped with a VGA splitter equipped with the appropriate interface to connect additional screens.
c) means of coordination by videoconference: the host will provide for video conferencing high definition on demand to use at least between the following locations: the seat of the UNFCCC secretariat in Bonn (Germany), the site and the offices of the team of the COP 21/CMP 11 in Paris (France). These means must rely on Internet Protocol (IP) and be equipped with a feature allowing multiple participation. They need to be in place as soon as possible and at least until the close of COP 21/CMP 11, but preferably until the end of all discussions of follow-up post COP 21/CMP 11 may be necessary.
d) Centres of virtual participation: the host will ensure provision of a videoconference service of advanced enabling staff and participants to attend virtual meetings with their foreign counterparts. These centres could be placed around the conference Centre and everyone could have video conferencing and social networking kits for delegates and staff.
3. television CCTV and broadcast on the Internet) a system of television closed circuit (CCTV) with 8 channels at least, will be installed to reflect the discussions of the two plenary rooms and two press conference halls, a channel to broadcast the program and display the programme of meetings; a VGA Converter will be necessary to display the program of meetings which will be communicated from laptop computers. Closed circuit television and meeting rooms naming systems are integrated in television devices.
b) screens of television closed circuit (LCD/plasma screens), as described in paragraph 7, point (m), annex II, will be installed across the site of the Conference, particularly in certain offices of the Secretariat.
(c) the UNFCCC will ensure services webcast live and on-demand for rooms plenary I and II activities, and three press conference rooms. The events taking place in other places can be recorded for broadcast on demand.
(d) the host country host broadcaster will provide the dissemination by Internet service provider all video signals and audio necessary, as mentioned in point 5 of annex III: (i) the retransmissions by Internet will be recorded and broadcast in the language of the speaker and in English or french;
(ii) the services will include monitoring, the insertion of optical beams and encoding footage broadcast on the Internet live and on-demand, for internal and external dissemination, including the provision of a suitable database system to make content accessible on the Internet;
(iii) provision of all equipment and necessary software, including installation, consultation, testing and configuration for all of the necessary equipment;
(iv) provision of technical and editorial support;
(v) the service provider will migrate the files from the Conference broadcast over the Internet to the broadcast site on Internet by the Secretariat and in consultation with the technical team of the Secretariat, test and confirm the availability of the service;
(vi) the service provider will host the broadcast by Internet site and maintain the availability of the service until full completion of the migration of the service and its availability on the website of Internet broadcasting of the Secretariat (up to two months after the close of the Conference).
(e) Internet broadcasting services will be designed and implemented in the overall architecture sound/audio ICT/TV/CCTV.
4 technologies information and communication the Secretariat and the host State shall agree on all of the Conference ICT project management. Project management, quality assurance, and decision making will be carried out by designated officials of the Secretariat in consultation with the host State, according to modalities to be agreed in a design document and project plan separate.
(a) hardware and software for the staff of the Secretariat and participants: (i) the receiving State will provide the Secretariat hardware such as laptop computers and systems print/scan, software and licensing partners, as indicated in annex II, to allow the proper functioning of the Secretariat and facilitate negotiations.
((((ii) the receiving State will provide four images for laptops that will be deployed i) with personnel, ii) security controls, iii) in data centers and press and iv) in the meeting rooms. The host State will provide computer equipment, the associated image, the software and licenses to delegations for consideration. The host State will provide the wallpaper of computers laptops in the form of file JPG 1200 × 1600 or adjusted depending on the size and capacity of actual resolution of the screens provided. This background of screen/screen saver will use the visuals and the agreed upon logos approved by the UNFCCC Secretariat. Assistance provided for data centers is the responsibility of the host State and is detailed in the Annexes.
(iii) minimum Technical Specifications: (1) laptops: the equipment used must be on the market for a year at least, not be at the end of commercial life and be fully under warranty to seller for the duration of the Conference.
Screen 15.0 "HD + (1600 × 900 pixels) anti-glare LED backlight.
Must manage the Windows 7 operating system.
Intel® Core™ i7-2760QM 2.40 GHz processor or equivalent.
Memory SDRAM 4.0 GB, DDR3-1333 MHz. HDD 250 GB.
8 X DVD +/-RW.
WiFi - 802.11a/b/g/n. Webcam and microphone for noise reduction.
US-International English keyboard.
2xUSB, mouse 2 buttons + wheel.
Headphones provided with the microphone (e.g. Plantronics).
(2) readers of bar codes for security checks / Registrar with minimum specifications (symbology: code 128; type drive: manual and linear (1 d); USB interface and drive configuration allowing the sending of ASCII 248 (equivalent to the F8 key) code as a preamble and sending code ASCII 013 (carriage return) to indicate the end of transmission).
(3) printers (with adequate supply of consumables for the duration of the Conference): (a) large multifunction printers like HP M 880;
(b) small similar to the MFP HP LaserJet Pro M521dn multifunctional printers;
(c) desktop double-sided printers: similar to HP LaserJet 2055 dtn (or latest model in this series/line of products);
(d) a secure print feature must be proposed.
b) data center (server rooms): (i) the receiving State will provide data centers to host mobile systems primary and secondary of the UNFCCC and the switches of the registration system. The main data centre must be hosted on the site of the Conference and in the immediate vicinity of the operating centre (NOC) computer network and computer storage space; the secondary Center must be remotely acceptable in terms of accessibility and meet the requirements of continuity of service.
(ii) the data center must meet the standard TIA-942 for data centers, including connectivity, cooling systems, power management systems and security systems (alarm, access control and fire protection).
((iii) adequate space to accommodate the computer recording equipment with power supply of 2 × 10 Amp 220V/50 Hz. c) Internet Services:

(i) the receiving State will provide sufficient Internet bandwidth to meet the needs of the staff of the Secretariat and participants, cover the needs of the Conference and offer a VPN secure service between the Secretariat and its seat in Bonn (Germany).
(ii) according to the adopted final design, various passive and active components may be required such as routers, switches, cables and accessories, etc. (iii) Internet connections must be completely redundant, provide an excellent availability and reliability and can simultaneously manage 10,000 Internet clients to the maximum. Internet service must be configured for the multi-rattachement and no component asset or service (e.g. packet filtering, sniffing, etc.) must be configured uplink without authorization of the Secretariat or without consultation with it.
d) local area network LAN: (i) the receiving State will provide, document clear and secure infrastructure for local area network (LAN) covering all the 'blue zone' used by the staff of the Secretariat and participants during the Conference.
(ii) The equipment used must be on the market for a year at least, not be at the end of commercial life and be fully covered by warranty seller during the duration of the Conference. The design of the LAN must meet the requirements of the Secretariat for security, efficiency, high availability, manageability and quality of service.
(iii) all active components used must be accessible remotely from the operations center (NOC) computer network (e.g. via a secure protocol such as SSH and SNMPv2c for dynamic monitoring) and for fast troubleshooting.
(iv) to ensure high reliability, the dorsal network (backbone) should preferably be based on the following elements: (1) network switching of high-performance, highly available and secure reliable, configured at levels core, distribution and access to ensure a balance between security, efficiency and ease of use;
(2) technology cluster with connectivity to 10 Gbps in the main switch;
(3) virtual router in the main switch for routing secure between segments, preferentially using the MPLS VPN technique;
(4) capacity of the main switch to redirect Internet traffic to the web system cache / proxy; in the case otherwise, need to provide material separated;
(5) access control server authentication and authorization for all active, with functions tracking and survey components (tracking and accounting);
(6) scalability: easily extensible to other satellite sites / remote using if necessary available WAN technology, e.g. pre-session network.
(v) connectivity: (1) connectivity 10 Gbps to TI mobile systems of the Secretariat;
(2) at least 1 Gbit/s over the distribution with the possibility of aggregation layer for redundancy;
(3) at least 1 Gbps for Wi-power POE points;
(4) at least 1 Gbps for VoIP devices to power POE;
(5) at least 100 Mbit/s for the copper lines standard category 6 to the workstations;
(6) direct connectivity / dedicated (to preferably dark fibre) between the main server room and the registration centre.
(vi) wiring: (1) the wiring must be based on industry standards such as the TIA-568-B.
(2) optical fibre Singlemode or multimode depending on the distance between the equipment of the network.
(3) the standard wiring of category 6 should have been tested and clearly marked at both ends, in accordance with the agreement with the technical staff of the UNFCCC.
(4) all wires including cords of mixing required for full deployment.
(5) the length of sufficient cable to my computer to allow some flexibility in the development of the local.
(6) the number of required nodes should refer to section 4.9 of Schedule II, nodes network and connections.
(7) clearly documented network cables and connectivity with own marking systems.
(vii) bathroom equipment and bays: (1) the main switch must be placed in a room secured with access control systems.
(2) all active components should be clearly marked and secured in a Bay locking.
(3) cable management tools should be used if necessary.
(4) all connection panels must be installed in solid bays and of adequate size.
(5) provision, marking and clearly documented array configuration.
(viii) power management: (1) power well distributed, with clear indications, equipped with a power system (UPS) UPS for all the main active components.
(2) all UPS units must be securely mounted in the bays.
(3) provision of all adapters and cables necessary.
(4) based on IP (SNMP) monitoring function must be provided with the software of the monitoring system.
(5) clearly documented electrical energy management.
e) local area network LAN Wireless: (i) provision of an infrastructure wireless in the whole of the 'blue zone' for use by the staff of the Secretariat and participants during the Conference. Provided technology will be based on the current standards with function controller, recent encryption technology, availability and high performance, standard 802.11a/b/g/n 2.4 and 5 GHz, access points with power PoE and non-polluting technology and very high density of use f) Audit: the receiving State will conduct the audits necessary before the start of the Conference to ensure a computing environment and a stable and safe service.
(i) Audit of physical infrastructure: (1) this audit will be carried out during the phase of deploying the infrastructure and will cover: the cabling infrastructure, data, Center bays, access control, fire protection and management of the power supply. Any reservation, after having been found, should have found a solution before the start of the Conference.
(ii) Audit of it security: (1) computer security audit must take place at least two weeks before the start of the Conference. Its scope will be discussed between the host State and the UNFCCC. A detailed report containing the findings and recommendations should be provided to the UNFCCC. Any conclusion must be ratified as recommended.
(2) post-audit: A new security audit will be carried out if the recommendations advocated during the pre-audit have been confirmed. It must take place before the start of the Conference.
g) technical teams: (i) computer and specialized technical assistance teams: (1) the receiving State will recruit at its expense and will make available to the Secretariat an English speaking qualified technical staff that will ensure the design, testing, installation, documentation, maintenance, assistance and the dismantling of the network and all its components. This team will be placed under the general supervision of the Executive Secretary or the person who will be designated. REF. i) quote quantitative (Bill of Quantity) (ICTs). All services should be organized on site and working capital during the period of service. All personnel assistance must speak English and be able to work by bearing and (2) personnel will be equipped with a readily identifiable clothing/uniform for purposes of visibility and to differentiate participants, as a plain t-shirt bearing the words "ICT Support" printed clearly on the back.
(3) all support services will cover weekends and holidays unless it has been agreed otherwise with the Secretariat.
(4) according to the service area, on-site assistance is provided between 07:30 and 22:00 during the Conference, unless otherwise provided (e.g. during the high level segment). Monitoring must be ensured outside hours of work with an appropriate alert system.
(5) on-site assistance is also provided for specific teams during the planning, mounting and dismantling in accordance with the agreement concluded with the teams of the Conference planning.
(h) more specific technical requirements and an estimate of the necessary efforts contained in the quantitative estimate (ICTs).
Teams of expertise specific (i) Network Administration: Expertise in operating systems network, including Windows, UNIX, Linux, NetApp, VMware, etc.
Applicable certifications: Microsoft Certified Solutions Expert (MCSE), VCAP5-DCA, Vmware Certified Professional Advance 5 - Datacenter Administration (Vsphare 5). NetApp; NCDA, Exchange Administrator, Secure Printing Solution Expert.
(ii) Internet Expertise: expertise will be preferably provided by the Internet service provider. Expertise in management of Internet services, including monitoring, troubleshooting and analysis of traffic; the service shall be provided by working capital during the period of service set with follow-up outside the period of service.
(iii) Expertise in computer security: responsibility includes: security of workstations, network security, internet security, audit of security, firewalls, access controls, security of the website, etc.
Applicable certifications: CCSE, Checkpoint Certified Security Expert - NGX, CCIE: Security.
(iv) Expertise voice over IP:

Expertise in Telephony VoIP and GSM, videoconferencing and integration PRI/SIP, installation and configuration of the VoIP gateway and IVR. Applicable certifications: CCNP Voice or equivalent; VoIP Expert Certification.
(v) infrastructure engineering (and expertise in wiring): professional expertise should cover specific network such as LAN/WAN technologies and wireless technologies.
Knowledge of the required CISCO technology.
Service to be provided by working capital during the service period with supervision outside the period of service.
Wiring personnel sufficient to meet all the requirements of wiring/brewing.
Applicable certifications: CCNA, CCNP, CCIE; Routing and Switching; CCIE; Wireless LAN.
VI) hardware support: provided preferably by the supplier/seller of equipment responsible for mounting and installation of all equipment as well as imaging / cloning, maintenance, replacement and disassembly of portable computers.
Knowledge of Ms-SCCM, Ghost or a similar system.
(vii) Service user support / helpdesk: user groups: Secretariat staff, computer centres, press centre, Wifi users and participants in general benefit for consideration.
Limited assistance is provided for the arrival of the core team.
All support staff should be on the site a week before the start of the pre-session and the Conference workshops.
Each support team must include two specialists of Microsoft Office (SMO) approved for Microsoft Office programs and Windows operating systems.
(1) knowledge of tickets of incident management systems (registration, issuance and monitoring of requests for computer assistance) (2) knowledge of operating systems and software deployed for the Conference, including Windows7, MS Office2010, shelves (e.g., iPad).
(3) troubleshooting network connectivity of level 1 and troubleshooting of conventional office devices such as scanners, printers and tablets.
(viii) project management: Project Manager and assistant to be available up to the last technical mission. Expenses of the project, including documentation and monitoring of project management; knowledge management tools such as MS Project; This responsibility includes the supervision of the Organization of the bearings within the various support teams and information to the project manager of the Secretariat on all matters related to the project. Must have experience on similar magnitude and complexity projects.
As PMP or Prince2 or equivalent project management certification.
i) quantitative estimate (ICTs) (Bill of Quantity) (i) non-human resources (equipment, software, licenses, electrical equipment, etc.) (1 lot means a sufficient number of units. The exact number will have to be discussed on the basis of the configuration/design of the Conference).
Service Internet Ref. Annex II 4 (C) main internet line synchronized to 1 Gbps resulting in data centre 1 main line secondary Internet synchronized to 1 Gbps leading to secondary datacenter 1 IPv4 address of class C public/official of sub-network with autonomous systems 16 16 Amp electricity needs numbers 220V/50 Hz with plug Schuko CEE 7 / 4 for broadcast on Internet 2 32 Amp 220V/50 Hz with 3 female connector -PIN IEC 60309 1 16 Amp 220V/50 Hz main data centre with SCHUKO EEC 7/4 to the data center main. Circuit to be supplied from a different 3 32 Amp 220V/50 Hz with female connector 3 phase-pin IEC 60309 to secondary datacenter 1 16 Amp 220V/50 Hz with Schuko plug EEC 7/4 to the data center side. Circuit to be provided from a different phase 3 connectivity (between data centers and backbone LAN) pairs of fibre Singlemode between data centers primary and secondary 12 pairs of fibre Singlemode between the main data center and room on the secondary main switch 4 pairs of fiber optic between the data center and the room on the main switch 4 pairs of single-mode or multimode fibres (depending on distance) between the main data center and the room of 2 pairs of fibre Singlemode or multimode recording servers (depending on distance) between the secondary data center and the server room of recording 2 mobile ramps for transporting equipment of the UNFCCC to data center server and storage 1 lot telephony Ref. Annex 1 (a) fixed lines (national and international) 70 phones 70 Smartphones with Sims (display in English) , RMD, must manage the wifi 2.4 and 5 GHz 450 SIM cards additional (without mobile phones) 34 lines PRI for gateway voice over IP 2 fax machines with lines (adapters IP to provide if required) 5 system of interactive voice response (IVR) 1 responders (3 min of recording time) 2 videoconference system over IP Ref. Annex II 2 (a) laptop with LCD multi-system DVD/CD player. No restriction on the drive DVD 1 Kit, video conferencing high definition 1 participation Centres virtual (depending on design) 1 lot Kit conference by Internet / Skype for offices of groups of NGOs Ref. Annex I, offices (m) 7 Kits of virtual participation laptops 40 EMU 40 XLR Cables between EMU and audio system 40 connection network (RJ45) 40 video capture (video dazzle) system if the room has a video camera 5 computer system laptops Ref. Annex II 4) (a) iv (version 1) computer and press 620 meeting Centres, plenary 1 and 2 50 computers laptops Ref. Annex II 4 (a) iv (version 2) VIP staff, NGOs, regional groups, etc. 150 security Ref. Annex II 4 (a) computer Kits barcode 40 + 30 portable readers (to be confirmed) screens and dispatchers VGA Ref. Annex II 4 (a) TFT display 10 monitors 42 "with foot to use in the ACG 12 nodes network and connections (connections WiFi not included) Ref. Annexes I & III staff/VIP/NGOs, regional groups, etc. 1,000 centers computer (including plugNplay) 550 Loft bloggers 50 meeting rooms, plenary 1 and 2,100 CCTV closed/IPTV 310 press 974 multifunction printers / standard printers / scanners large multifunction printers 10 scanners flatbed with charger ADF 2 big multifunction printers for the computer centre and press centre (an MFP for 50 computers or an MFP by area if fewer computers) 20 small multifunction printers similar to the HP LaserJet Pro M521dn 40 printing system secure 1 desktop printers 50 printers to record Brother 4570CDW 50 consumables for printers to record toner cartridges magenta high capacity for Brother 4570CDW 36 drum for Brother 4570CDW 5 cartridges of toner cyan high capacity for Brother 4570CDW yellow toner cartridges 36 high capacity for Brother 4570CDW toner cartridges 36 black high capacity for Brother 4570CDW 36 inks to Design games Jet T790 2 full game printhead design Jet T790 1 extra inkjet paper White HP (Q1445A) 5 software for laptops to participants the receiving State will provide software and licenses for all the equipment it provides including Windows7, MsOffice 2010, antivirus Kapersky Enterprise software (or similar) and the standard for all other equipment provided 756 software licenses (ii) Expertise in human resources (1 lot means a team of experts / support staff) sufficient with the required skills. The exact number will have to be discussed on the basis of the configuration/design of the Conference).
Technical expertise Ref. Annex II 4 (a) network administrators 1 lot Experts services Internet 1 lot Experts computer security 1 lot Experts VoIP 1 lot engineers in infrastructure (and expertise wiring) 1 lot hardware support 1 lot support to the users/team troubleshooting 1 batch management of computer centers 1 lot 1 lot photocopiers project management: Article Type Specifications number photocopiers Petit 20 copies per minute (duplex) comparable model Ricoh Aficio 2045, with sorting and stapling functions. Staples and toner in sufficient quantities. Display in English.
These components should be considered in relation to the MFA printers in table 1. Possibility to provide the same services with the MFA printers.
4 medium 50 to 70 copies per minute (duplex), comparable to Ricoh Aficio 1075 with finisher SR 810 and sorting, Stapling and scan functions. Staples and toner in sufficient quantities; display in English.
These components should be considered in relation to the MFA printers in table 1. Possibility to provide the same services with the MFA printers.
14 model high-performance 100 to 120 copies per minute (duplex, allowing approximately 400,000 copies each), comparable model Ricoh Aficio 1050 with module finish SR 810 and functions of sorting and stapling for 100 sheets minimum. Staples and toner in sufficient quantities; display in English.
6 photocopiers for participants

For use against payment. 55 to 70 copies per minute (duplex), comparable to Ricoh Aficio 1075, with sorting, Stapling and scan functions. Staples and toner in sufficient quantities; display in English. These components should be considered in relation to the MFA printers in table 1. Hardware requirements: personal computers above with the ability to provide the same services with the MFA printers.
5 photocopiers - printers colour photocopier and printer color, 20 copies per minute (duplex), comparable to Ricoh Aficio 611/410, with sorting, Stapling and scan functions. Staples and toner in sufficient quantities; display in English.
These components should be considered in relation to the MFA printers in table 1. Possibility to provide the same services with the MFA printers.
2 miscellaneous paper A4 paper for Copier A4, 80 g/m2 3 000 000 reproduced Pages number of pages reproduced in black and white 3 000 000 number of pages reproduced in colour 7 000 A3 paper sheets of A3 copier paper 30 000 Maintenance technical Maintenance on request: English speaking staff available 24 hours on 24 for technical assistance.
High performance photocopier operator staff responsible for the maintenance of photocopiers to high performance and to provide technical assistance for all machines. Staff costs will be calculated taking into account a 24 h on 24 presence, rotating throughout the Conference. The claimant will be regularly replenish paper all photocopiers and printers used during the Conference. English speaking staff.
6 (iii) Production of brochures for the Conference: the Secretariat and the host country will agree a timetable for the joint production of two brochures for the Conference ("Information for participants" and «Brochure on side events and exhibitions»). The Secretariat will provide the content of the brochures and the host State will design the page layout and will finalize the publications in electronic format.
5. Security) wireless communication system: security services radio system will allow each officer safety to communicate using a portable radio. If necessary, the network will include a relay station allowing communications between the various points of the conference Centre. The system will consist of 110 full portable individual radio sets with 110 individual earphones, 220 batteries, a multi charger and a central radio base station system.
b) 40 walk-through metal detection (number to be confirmed at the end of the visit of the safety assessment).
c) 40 metal detector manuals (number to be confirmed at the end of the visit of the safety assessment).
(d) 40 x-ray baggage inspection machines, including two large large in each main area control (4 in total), with two technicians radiation responsible for the maintenance, as well as 10 large bins plastic storage and 10 small trays plastic (airport standards) by x-ray machine; 80 compatible tables for file/resume sections of the x-ray machines (confirmation as above).
(e) 262 plainclothes. This security team provide assistance to the United Nations security team in the areas of control by x-ray and magnetometer at points of access to the site, control the access of the participants and will liaise with the various groups of participants (press, NGOs, etc.). 202 police officers will be required for the day shift (12 hours, from 7: 00 to 19:00) and 60 for the night shift (12 hours, from 7 pm to 7:00) (number to be confirmed at the end of the visit of the safety assessment).
(f) police personnel made available shall not be armed and will have to be dressed in a uniform manner. The usual police uniforms and ranks or insignia marks shall not be worn.
g) fire strong cabinet which may contain up to 100 weapons.
h) a position of discharge of firearms ("bullet trap").
i) 10 megaphones.
(j) 110 traps locking (approximate dimensions: 30 × 50 × 80 cm) with two keys for each.
k) mobile barriers needs to delineate the United Nations territory.
l) 70 flashlights.
m) registration systems / CCTV camera video surveillance closed to install at all points of access and in the plenary halls. Remote access to the system of closed circuit television of the conference Centre from the security control center.
n) 1,000 posts of control (type airport).
o) 4 put wheelchairs at the disposal of the security team.
p) signage for all security offices and all avenues of control.
q) shredder (confidential documents).
6 management plan power management plan of power, including the mechanisms of crisis management, will be implemented for all of the conference (United Nations area) Centre and special attention will be given to technical sensitive areas such as the areas reserved for recordings, to servers, to the centre international radio and television broadcasting and network switching cabinets/rooms. All systems of uninterruptible power supply (UPS) provided must be fitted with monitoring over IP functions. All active components will have units UPS and power circuits isolated to protect against power surges and voltage irregularities. The provided UPS units shall have a management/monitoring module. The monitoring device, software and licence necessary will be provided by the host State.
7. a) 10 trucks (small: 40 × 60 cm and large: 70 × 100 cm, four wheels and a handle) for the transport of documents and equipment.
b) 5 trucks for the transport of pallets (pallets per levers bucket).
c) 2 boxes (inner dimensions: approx. 650 × 450 × 350 mm) with 2 keys each.
d) 5 kits of first aid.
e) panels for the doors of offices and meeting rooms as well as a sufficient number of signs to guide participants in the building. All fixtures comply with the logo of the Conference; planning, meeting room names, text and signs for the signage to be determined in close consultation with the Secretariat.
f) 8 flip chart with pens and paper for the rooms for side events.
g) 8 whiteboards with pens and pads for dedicated spaces.
h) 3 whiteboards.
i) 60 wastebaskets (safe and closed for records and documents, approx. 70 litres).
j) 100 distributors of water (hot/cold; 18.9 litres bottles), with refill permanent (water bottles and cups) in conference rooms and spaces dedicated. Fresh water will also be made available with glasses and spare lenses, and assured resupply, on the stands of the plenary halls and meeting rooms as requested in the daily programme of meetings.
k) anchors for Kensington security lock to prevent the theft of laptops on the desks.
l) media with a total 300 individual metal lockers closing lock with locks and two keys each. Each wire basket dimensions will have to be greater than 50 × 40 × 20 cm.
(m) 70 monitors CCTV 40-42 inches minimum, with sockets, wiring, transport and installation, for the transmission of the programme of the meetings and the work of the Conference from the plenary halls and conference rooms of press, to install more closed circuit television monitors inside the Conference, intended for the press and the media contained in annex III.
(n) up to 300 adapters for the connection of electronic equipment, such as laptops for staff, in case cables diffusion and extension of the workspace would be not equipped with catch European or multifunction for the offices of the UNFCCC.
(o) the following services will be offered for consideration: a restaurant at least must be open 24 hours on 24. cafeteria and distributors providing a catering service (breakfast, lunch, dinner and catering service) at reasonable prices. banking services for participants, including DAB, cashing of cheques and warrants United Nations daily subsistence allowances, changes.

Annex annex III facilities and SERVICES for the media 1. Media coordination has) the following requirements for logistical arrangements and information services to the media accredited to the Conference are designed to ensure optimal world coverage of the Conference.
(b) the Coordinator of communications and outreach of the UNFCCC (CO) acted as coordinator of the media of the Conference responsible for media and communication team. The Coordinator of the media and his team assume the following tasks:

(i) information from the media: in particular communication policy, coordination with the President of the Conference of Parties (COP), information sessions, interviews with the Executive Secretary and other senior officials, preparation of press releases daily press, liaison with the Department of public information (DPI) in New York and officials of the communication of the system of the United Nations attending sessions and preparation of video clips daily Internet devoted to the Conference.
(ii) services and related media management: including facilities and services intended for the press print, broadcast and online, accreditation press, establishment and operation of the radio Centre and international television, association with the host broadcaster, management of the halls of the press conferences, programming for the web site, as well as services provided to the Secretary-General and liaison with the media of the host country team.
(c) the appointment in good time of a responsible host's media liaison officer, six months at least before the start of the Conference, is essential to ensure close and effective coordination between the Secretariat and the authorities of the State of home in media relations. The host State liaison officer responsible for media plays an essential role for: (i) contribute to the development of a communication strategy to promote the Conference.
(ii) mobilize the interest of local and foreign media to the issues of the Conference by ensuring a wide dissemination of General information on the UNFCCC and accreditation forms and organizing of press conferences and seminars with senior officials;
(iii) raise awareness of the country of reception at the Conference by conducting a series of public relations activities as for example the publication of special supplements in major local newspapers as well as radio and television programmes special on local channels, the creation of a home page of the Conference in consultation with the Secretariat and production of posters and banners have in the city centre;
(iv) assist the officer the UNFCCC accreditation in transmitting information on applications for accreditation from the local media and, on request, through their validation;
(v) cooperate closely with the Coordinator of the media by the UNFCCC for the management of facilities to the media and the special provisions relating to the media during the duration of the Conference;
(vi) continuously follow the manner in which the local media cover the Conference and provide daily to the Coordinator of media clippings from local newspapers to pay a daily press kit for the President of the COP, the Executive Secretary of the UNFCCC and other senior officials.
2. accreditation of members of the press has) the participation of the media in the sessions of the Convention bodies is subject to accreditation by the UNFCCC. The Secretariat complies with the policy and official United Nations accreditation requirements and takes special for bloggers and other arrangements as agreed, media online in accordance with a project 'digital media '.
(b) press accreditation is strictly reserved for members of good faith of the media (written press, photographers, radio, television, cinema, news agencies and online information services) that meet all of the conditions laid down by the United Nations for press accreditation. No accreditation or any multiple records to different titles (media / delegation / NGOs, for example) won't be possible, except in the context of the provisions agreed to under the 'digital media' project secretariat. An application for certification may be rejected if the applicant can establish that it is a professional journalist or if its application is incomplete. Representatives of NGOs and associations for the defence of interests wishing to inform the Conference on behalf of their own TV channels, radio, or print or online services will be accredited in a different category and will provide facilities in a space located in the exhibition area online edition.
(c) all accreditations will be processed online and granted on presentation of the maps of press and the following supporting documents valid: (i) online accreditation form duly completed and forwarded.
(ii) order of assignment on official letterhead of a media outlet, signed by the Director of publication, the editor in Chief or the head office or by the Director of the television or the radio station chain and specifying the identity and function of the person concerned;
(iii) photocopy of a map of press and valid work permits.
(d) independent journalists are subject to the same conditions and are required to clearly demonstrate that they are on a mission on behalf of a press or a specific publication organ.
(e) journalists who have already been duly accredited to UNFCCC conferences can make use of the procedure for accelerated certification indicated on the accreditation form. The photographs for the press badge will be taken at the conference centre during the presentation of the badge.
(f) subject to the agreed timeframe, the Secretariat launched the procedure for the accreditation of journalists three months before the opening of the Conference. The proceeding is terminated 14 days before the opening of the Conference. He will be asked to the host State to assist the Secretariat to ensure the widest possible dissemination of accreditation forms with local media as well as press clubs from foreign correspondents and news agencies of the host country. The electronic accreditation form is located on the Web site of the UNFCCC at the address.
(g) the accreditation of journalists will be provided by an officer of the UNFCCC accreditation, which will consult as appropriate the host State liaison officer responsible media about the validity of the evidence submitted by the local press. Validation of any application for certification is pending must be received without delay.
3. area reserved for the press facilities for online media and print media has) an area reserved for the press (3,000 m2) for at least 1,000 accredited written press correspondents will provide a workspace including: (i) 500 tables equipped with chairs and electrical plugs;
(ii) 100 workstations with laptops / notebooks with Internet connection and four Printers Multifunction (specifications laid down in annex II);
(iii) 200 offices with configuration «ready to use» equipped with cable network (RJ45) to the press centre. Telephone lines or ISDN may be provided for remuneration;
(iv) a wireless Internet connection with ability to download a certain amount of data (these specifications set out in annex II);
(v) 24 monitors television circuit closed of a minimum size of 40-42 inches that can be adjusted individually to allow to follow the progress of the work in plenary rooms 1 and 2 and in the three rooms reserved for the press conference, as well as announcements of program;
(vi) a sound distributor infrared allowing to use headphones in the area reserved for the press to follow on monitors CCTV work in plenary rooms 1 and 2 and the events that will be held in the three rooms reserved for press conferences;
(vii) a speaker system for ads targeted to the media.
(viii) the area reserved for the press will be open to representatives of the media 24 hours a day, including Sundays for the duration of the Conference. The supply of services may be reduced between 10 p.m. and 8:00.
Services for the press has) a journalists information desk, held by the head of the Office of public information (member of the staff of the UNFCCC), will be implemented in the area reserved for the press and equipped as follows: (i) ten offices, ten chairs and two large tables;
(ii) two cabinets locking key and 12 linear metres of shelving;
(iii) high speed photocopiers (these specifications set out in annex II);
(iv) a microphone for a speaker system for the announcement of press in the press area;
(v) wardrobe with compartments for the distribution of press releases, briefing notes, texts of speeches and documents of the Conference, as well as a series of furniture to share locker or six tables for the distribution of information material provided by delegations or NGOs (excluding information desk), and two large white boards for announcements and requests for interview.
(b)) a window/counter for the delivery of the headphones.
(a) a reprography service will be available (for remuneration) in the area reserved for the press. Journalists will have fixed telephones and faxes for consideration in the conference center, which will also offer the possibility to rent local mobile phones.
(b) a cafeteria will be installed in the area reserved for the press or in an adjacent room; There will be served drinks and pay fast food products during the opening hours of the area reserved for the press.
4 services for TV channels and radio stations

(a) the receiving State will designate six months at least before the opening of the COP, an organization that will be responsible for providing the television channels and radio stations international and national accredited Conference broadcasts video and audio live from the work of the Conference from the plenary halls 1 and 2 and three press conferences rooms. The host broadcaster will also provide visual and aural transmissions intended for coverage by closed circuit television as well as in the online delivery of the work of the Conference.
(b) the host broadcaster, as an official agent of the Conference for the radio and television, will have the exclusive right to cover all public debates of the Conference live. Other radio and television teams may be admitted in the plenary meeting room that momentarily, accompanied by audiovisual coordination, officer of the UNFCCC to film some speakers.
(c) for the purposes of the system of closed circuit television and online broadcast, television signals and radio signals of the Conference will be provided to the Secretariat by the host, gratis broadcaster. They will also be provided free to television channels and national and international radio stations accredited to the Conference, as well as to the international news agencies. However, other television services, including the use of equipment for installation and technical authority, will have to be proposed for consideration. The costs of transmission, including lines and satellite transmission costs, will be also charged. The host broadcaster will have to take the administrative measures necessary to provide these services to TV channels and radio stations accredited. The receiving State will ensure that communication costs will be charged to them comply with international standards. To meet the needs of audiovisual coverage of national and international broadcasters, the host broadcaster will provide: (i) a television coverage and radio quality complete live the plenary halls 1 and 2 from four fixed cameras and two cameras robotic and/or mobile to cover continuously catch speech from the podium and in the room. An electronic system connected to robotic cameras and audio monitoring system (see annex I) shall assist the Director to identify and quickly find stakeholders.
(ii) a television coverage and radio quality complete live two rooms of press conference with two fixed cameras and two cameras moving to cover continuous debates taking place in these rooms.
(iii) two visual content: (i) including graphics (country names, for example) for projection screens in rooms of the plenary meetings and for broadcast on closed-circuit television monitors and (ii) a signal 'clean' for broadcasters receiving the signal by IBC (integrated broadband communications) networks and the dissemination on the Internet.
(d) a small space 'special' standing with particular backdrop with the event logo and adequate lighting, to be located in a location which enable ministers and other personalities to make brief appearances and statements on the screen. Should be to find an area inside the Conference Centre and quickly dispose of the lighting, the background scene and media.
(e) a permanent space dedicated to interviews, which can be used in a timely manner by independent shooting teams). The space will be equipped with four chairs, a table round, lighting and equipped with a backdrop with the logo of the event.
(f) up to 30 positions of commentator for television for the live channels will be established in a suitable place of the Conference Center and will be used for the duration of the Conference. These positions are not allowed in the plenary halls. The host broadcaster may choose as a priority and first certain positions commentator for consideration with a flow direction and from the nodal authority or the point of transmission. All positions must be equipped with an optional power of 16 and 32 amperes. If they are located in a place exposed to the elements, their total surface area must be equipped with adequate shelter. Positions should ideally located less than 100 metres from the transmission points (location of the Régie cars, for example). The cables will be prepared following an established course that will remain subject to all broadcasters.
(g) an international center of radio and television (CIRT) will have to be put in place to accommodate international, national, regional and local TV and radio channels that will require the allocation of space and that, if they are accredited, will benefit from all the facilities and services of television and radio provided by the host broadcaster. All of the IRCT area should be protected from outside as much as possible noise. The Centre will have a nodal authority (approximately 100 m2) where all the Visual and audio signals will be recorded and forwarded to: (i) at least 450 workspaces for some open space TV and radio channels (another option: installation of 150 cabins);
(ii) up to 30 booths closed TV channels; international
(iii) an additional zone with up to 20 content Visual and audio to the general use of the radio and television broadcasters do not have personal work area;
(iv) the network of CCTV on the entire site of the Conference;
(v) dissemination system online for the conference;
(vi) 12 closed booths of international news agencies.
h) Archiving Services: (i) full video recording by the host broadcaster, according to the specifications of the Secretariat, on at least two suitable hard drives with a sufficient storage capacity for the totality of the work, which includes the set of images (after mixing) and audio files (language of the speaker, English and all interpreted languages). Video recordings will be available in HD quality and use the two following formats: NTSC / PAL Codec: XDCAM HD - MPEG - 2 Long GOP flow: 25 MB/s, constant flow, 8-bit color space: 4:2:0 standard MPEG-2: MPEG MP@HL-1440 Resolution: 1440 × 1080 frame rate: 29.97 frames per second (NTSC) frame rate: 25 frames per second (PAL) Audio: 8 stereo audio tracks (16 channels) uncompressed 16-bit, 48 kHz PCM AES3 the equipment provided should be sufficient to register all meetings without interruption. This requires two devices by task (meeting) capable of recording with some overlap. All records will contain a chronocode SMPTE set to the time of day. Devices entries should be patchables to perform additional if necessary records. All drives must be the same, one being the master drive and one spare. All sessions of the Conference shall be registered in accordance with the recommendations of the archivists of the UNFCCC. Hard drives must be handed to the Director of the CIRT of the UNFCCC at the end of the last meeting of the Conference.
(ii) the audio recordings must be engraved in full, according to the specifications of the Secretariat, on two portable external hard drives. Audio recording must be in format 16-bit 48 kHz uncompressed mono WAV, or STEREO PCM 16-bit MONO PCM 48 kHz uncompressed stereo WAV file. All drives must be the same, one being the master drive and one spare. They must include English, the language of the speaker and any interpreted language. All sessions of the Conference shall be registered in accordance with the recommendations of the archivists of the UNFCCC. Hard drives must be handed to the Director of the CIRT of the UNFCCC at the end of the last meeting of the Conference.
(iii) the technical constraints specified in paragraph (i) above shall be followed accordingly if the UNFCCC request additional video recordings.
(iv) all audiovisual recordings shall be kept at least six months after the close of the Conference and be available at the request of the UNFCCC.
(i) the facilities and pay services of IRCT shall include: (i) technical direction equipment intended for retransmission via satellite, live or pre-recorded, destined for TV channels abroad. The provisions required for the global dissemination of audiovisual content will be taken by the host broadcaster. To this end, a desk of radio and television services will be set up to collect and process requests from accredited broadcast organizations.
(ii) a point dedicated to the rental of commercial services which may be proposed by the host broadcaster, as cameras without wires and other equipment and personnel according to the needs of accredited media representatives.
(iii) at the request of the UNFCCC when recording video, technical specifications above must be observed accordingly.
(iv) all audiovisual recordings shall be kept at least six months after the close of the Conference and be available at the request of the UNFCCC.

j) a 'quiet room' that will be used for interviews. radio single imperative: it is soundproof the better possible and equipped with a round table and four chairs. This studio will be managed by the Director of the CIRT of the UNFCCC.
(k) it will be installed 450 workstations in open space (or even 150 cabins) for TV channels and radio stations. Each will have basic equipment comprising: (i) work plan, three chairs and lighting on the ceiling. Desk lamp, eight outlets of current three-pin (European standards) and wastebasket, and three network connections;
(ii) 180 monitors (26-32 '') closed circuit television that can be set to different channels in order to receive video coverage of two plenary rooms, three rooms for press conferences, the string of delayed and the program meetings; appropriate, to the extent of availability, to use a system to split screen to see on one screen the images from all sources;
(iii) a video signal quality from the two plenary rooms and three rooms for press conferences: (iv) an audio signal quality, in English and in the language originame/language of the speaker, or in french, from the two plenary rooms and three rooms for press conferences;
(v) 150 metal storage boxes locking with a shelf, each with 3 keys. Dimensions: 120 × 45 × 60 cm. Each trap must bear a reference number corresponding to the workstations of the open space. All keys must be labelled and referenced. If possible, a mat will be entrusted to the Director of the IRCT.
(l) storage space must be provided in the premises or beside the IRCT to allow broadcasters to store their trunks and empty transport suitcases during the Conference. The Director of the IRCT control the access.
Other storage space will be made available to people working in open space which material will be too large to fit in the one-time storage lockers. The Director of the IRCT control the access.
(m) at least 30 cabins locking (dimensions: 4 × 4 m) intended for the local and international press agencies and online services will be provided; they will be equipped as follows: (i) work plans for 9 journalists, 9 chairs, lighting and 4 × 4 electrical plugs (European standards) with 9 connections network;
(ii) monitor closed circuit television that can be adjusted individually in order to receive video and audio coverage of two plenary rooms and three rooms for press conferences, the string for the programs offline and the program meetings. These monitors must be fixed to the wall;
(iii) the doors should lock and three keys will be provided. All keys must be labelled and referenced. If possible, a mat will be entrusted to the Director of the IRCT.
n) at least 6 cabins locking (dimensions: 8 × 4 m) will be installed for the major TV channels international and equipped as follows: (i) work plans for 9 persons, 9 chairs, lighting and 4 × 4 electrical plugs (European standards) with 9 connections network;
(ii) monitor closed circuit television that can be adjusted individually in order to receive video and audio coverage of two plenary rooms and three rooms for press conferences, the string for the programs offline and the program meetings. These monitors must be fixed to the wall;
(iii) the doors should lock and three keys will be provided. All keys must be labelled and referenced. If possible, a mat will be entrusted to the Director of the IRCT.
(o) the final number of workspaces for different TV channels, radio stations and news agencies will be determined by the Coordinator of the media of the UNFCCC in close consultation with the host State, in the light of the requests received on a date limit set by mutual agreement. Their distribution will be decided by the Coordinator of the UNFCCC media or by the Director of the IRCT in consultation with the host broadcaster. Cabins equipped with the facilities base mentioned above will be made available free of charge; any additional equipment required by customers, including fax machines, will have to be rented by them commercial date rates.
5. Internet broadcasting has) signals to be transmitted to the Internet room: (i) plenary 1 plenary room 2 and three press conference rooms: sound and video in analog format (FBAS and balanced XLR Jack) and also digital (SDI) or another format to be determined.
(ii) the signal of projection of the computer presentation of plenary rooms 1 and 2 shall be transmitted to DVI or AVI or another format to be determined.
(iii) separate line (analog and digital A/V) for release of video clips recorded by the ENG teams and other images as necessary.
6. photography services) the receiving State will provide a limited number of press photographs of the opening ceremony of the Conference, the segment of high level events and other events, which will be broadcast for free online on the website of the Conference.
(b) the receiving State may invite a local commercial photographer to install a stand of distribution of photographs of the Conference scheduled in the antechamber of the plenary meeting room. This service must be available, at the request of delegations or NGOs, for photographic coverage of events or particular statements, and will be provided for remuneration.
7. rooms for press conferences has) three rooms will be reserved for conferences and press briefings given by the leaders of the Conference or of the United Nations, the spokesman for the Conference and delegates and representatives of the specialized agencies and programmes of the United Nations. The use of these three rooms will be coordinated by the office of the Coordinator of the media, who will proceed with the allocation of slots.
(b) the press No. 1 Conference Room must be able to accommodate at least 500 accredited correspondents installed on Tablet flap seats and dispose of enough space for press photographers. It shall also include: (i) a platform (for 6 speakers) equipped with 4 microphones;
(ii) a scene with logo (s) background and lighting sufficient for television coverage of quality;
(iii) two fixed cameras and two mobile cameras provided by the host broadcaster.
(iv) at least two players microphones for the questions posed by the assistance;
(v) an amplification system coordinated with the host broadcaster, headphones and audio CD recording equipment;
(vi) a platform located at the bottom of each room and to place a maximum of 20 television cameras and housings of distribution XLR for dissemination of sound in English, in the original/language of the speaker or in french (10/10/10) in each room [sic];
(vii) two interpretation booths;
(viii) a big screen to place on each side of the stage to project the image of speakers.
(c) press 2 and 3 conference rooms will accommodate at least 200 correspondents on Tablet flap seats and dispose of enough space for press photographers. They shall also include: (i) a platform (for 6 speakers) equipped with 4 microphones;
(ii) two interpretation booths;
(iii) a scene with logo (s) background and lighting sufficient for television coverage of quality;
(iv) two fixed cameras and two mobile cameras provided by the host broadcaster.
(v) at least two players microphones for the questions posed by the assistance;
(vi) an amplification system coordinated with the host broadcaster, headphones and audio CD recording equipment;
(vii) a platform located at the bottom of the press conference room and to place a maximum of 20 television cameras and housings for XLR distribution of scattering of sound in English in the original/language of the speaker or français(10/10/10);
(viii) a big screen to place on each side of the stage to project the image of speakers.
d) the center of the Digital Media Studio and the climate change kiosk is a space open to approximately 100 m2. It supports online and virtual participation in the Conference and contributed to the communication. The space that will be dedicated to him should include: (i) a master (to 6 speakers) table with 4 MICS;
(ii) an area of seats (30 seats) facing the main table;
(iii) a backdrop with the Conference logo and adequate lighting;
(iv) two players microphones for the questions posed by the assistance;
(v) an amplification system.
8. space blog) a blog space will be created and equipped with 100 workstations with LAN and WiFi connections.
9. Media offices in) a box offices for the coordination of media will be installed in close proximity to the press centre. These offices will be equipped in accordance with the specifications laid down in annex I, paragraph 4 (d, xv). In addition, spaces will be needed for: (i) the Director of the UNFCCC IRCT, the agent responsible for the audiovisual coordination and three audiovisual assistants (5), which will be installed at the international center of Radio and Television, close to the nodal authority;
(ii) the State of responsible reception of media liaison officer and his team;

(iii) a meeting room for the team to the media (for 20 persons).

Annex annex IV LOCAL staff has) 28 conference clerk (English): • 1 clerk conference from November 24 to December 11, 2015 • 5 clerk of conference from November 28 to December 11, 2015 • 2 clerks conference from November 28 to December 12, 2015 • 8 clerk of conference from November 29 to December 11, 2015 • 2 clerks conference from November 29 to December 12, 2015 • 3 clerks conference from November 30 to December 11, 2015 • 2 clerk Conference from 1 to 12 December 2015 • 6 clerks conference from November 29 to December 13, 2015 - imperatively with an in-depth knowledge of technologies of information b) 6 Secretaries (English): • 1 Chief Secretary from November 5 to December 13, 2015 • 1 Chief Secretary from November 29 to December 14, 2015 • 2 secretaries/Notetakers from November 27 to December 11, 2015 • 1 Secretary from November 24 to December 12, 2015 • 1 Secretary of 25 (November to December 12, 2015 c) 12 assistants loaded side events and exhibitions (English), some of which may be brought to long days of work, at the request and on the basis of needs, from November 29 to December 11, 2015 d) 2 assistants responsible for liaison with organizations with observer status (fluent English), that can be brought to long work days (((, at the request and the needs from November 29 to December 11, 2015 e) 10 attendants facilities (English running more, for all of the team, a maximum of official languages of the United Nations): • 2 attendants installations from November 4 to December 15, 2015 • 8 attendants installations from November 19 to December 15, 2015 f) 1 attending the shipments and shipments (English) from November 2 to December 15, 2015 g) 2 facilities attendants loaded of Services Computing (English) from October 15 to December 14, 2015 h) 6 officers responsible ICT (English) from November 28 to December 13, 2015 i) 30 officers responsible for virtual participation (English running more, for all of the team, a maximum of official languages of the United Nations): • 15 from 28 November to 10 December 2015 • 15 from November 28 to December 11, 2015 j) 27 registration officers (English current) (((, for the whole team, a maximum of official languages of the United Nations) from November 22 to December 11, 2015 k) 6 data entry officers (English running more, for all of the team, a maximum of official languages of the United Nations) from November 21 to December 11, 2015 l) 4 agents responsible for the registration help (English current, for the whole team) (((((, a maximum of official languages of the United Nations) from November 21 to December 11, 2015 m) 8 officers assigned at the information counters (English running more, for all of the team, a maximum of official languages of the United Nations) from November 27 to December 11, 2015 n) 4 officers assigned to the media information desk (English) from November 28 to December 11, 2015 o) 9 assistants of press conference (English) from November 29 to December 12, 2015 p) 2 assistants TV and radio (English) from November 29 to December 12, 2015 q) 1 Wizard responsible for the website (English) from November 8 to December 12, 2015 r) 25 conference assistants (English running more, for all of the team, a maximum of official languages of the United Nations): • 10 assistants conference from November 26 to December 14, 2015 • 15 assistants conference from November 29 to December 14, 2015 s) 25 officers responsible for delivery of the listeners) fluent English) from November 29 to December 14, 2015 t) 15 officers responsible for the dissemination of documents from November 26 to December 14, 2015 u) 15 officers responsible for reprography from November 26 to December 14, 2015 v) 3 assistants from the office of the objects found (English running more, for all of the team, a maximum of official languages of the United Nations) from November 27 to December 12, 2015 w) 4 regulation of transport assistants (English current) (, for the whole team, a maximum of official languages of the United Nations) from 28 November to 12 December 2015 annex annex V accepted DESIGNATIONS and standards applicable to the full Designation SIGNAGE: Framework Convention of the United Nations on climate change abbreviated Designation: change climate 2nd name of reference: UNCCD acronym: UNFCCC full Designation: Secretariat of the framework Convention of the United Nations on climate change and its Kyoto Protocol designator abbreviated : Secretariat responsible for climate change 2nd name of reference: the acronym Secretariat: nil full Designation: Kyoto Protocol to the framework Convention of the United Nations on climate change abbreviated Designation: Kyoto Protocol 2nd term of reference: Protocol acronym: nil to modify [sic]: full Designation: twenty-first session of the Conference of the Parties to the framework Convention of the United Nations on climate change abbreviated Designation : Conference of the Parties to the UNFCCC 2nd term of reference: the COP acronym: COP 21 full Designation: eleventh session of the Conference of the Parties serving as the meeting of the Parties to the Protocol of Kyoto abbreviated Designation: meeting of the Parties to the Kyoto Protocol 2nd term of reference: meeting of the acronym Parties: CMP 11 usual name: UN climate change Conference (to be used only in information bulletins for the public to refer to both the) Conference of the Parties to the UNFCCC and the meeting of the Parties to the Kyoto Protocol) acronym: COP 21 / CMP 11 full Designation: the Government of the French Republic abbreviated Designation: the Government for the purposes of communication and information, the conference is referred to as "United Nations Conference on climate change by 2015 in Paris.

Annex annex VI (A) (1) estimated costs direct in connection with the holding of the CONFERENCE outside the headquarters of the SECRETARIAT of the UNFCCC budget heading (title) cost per heading of the budget in euros total cost euro movement (transportation and incidentals at the start and arrival) staff of the UNFCCC (Bonn) 151.054 staff of United Nations conference Services (2) - staff of conference Services of the United Nations (complementary team) 18.774 Nations security staff United 142.141 311.969 diem staff of UNFCCC 841.225 staff of conference of the United Nations (2) - staff of the conference Services of the United Nations (complementary team) 38.456 security staff of United Nations 283.487 1.163.168 freight and charges related shipping of the UNFCCC, insurance costs and charges various understood 167.580 shipping of United Nations conference Services , insurance and miscellaneous charges included (2) - shipping of the security of the United Nations, Insurance Services and charges various understood 30.870 198.450 streaming online broadcast 141.546 141.546 Missions preparatory movements (transportation and incidentals at the start and arrival) 39.627 diem 91.688 131.315 other: cost of staff replacement and additional hours of security personnel of United Nations 441,000 temporary assistance for conference services 197.246 638.245 equipment and supplies equipment and supplies 35.280
35.280 subtotal 1 2.619.973 contingencies (10% of the subtotal 1) 261.997 sub-total 2 2.881.970 an administration fee (5% of the subtotal 2) 144.099 TOTAL GENERAL (EUR) 3.026.069 Notes: (1) the items above are based on the provisions of the instruction administrative No. ST/AI/342 of the United Nations governing the modalities of conferences hosted by States, including the development of their budget. The amounts are estimated in Euro depending on the situation at the date of February 1, 2015 and are likely to be modified.
(2) the initial costs incurred by the United Nations conference Services are offset by the contribution of the Government of the French Republic in hosting fees. Any balance in favour of the Government of the French Republic will be reported and will be refund.

Annex annex VI (b) (1) estimate of costs direct in report with the holding of the CONFERENCE out of seat of SECRETARIAT of the UNFCCC costs of accommodation only (in euros) budget heading (title) cost per heading of the budget in euros total cost Euro accommodation (2) staff of the UNFCCC (Bonn) 1.662.500 staff of conference Services of the United Nations (3) 252.250 staff of conference Services of the United Nations (complementary team) 76,000 security staff of United Nations 560.250
Transmission Internet 48,000 team 2.599.000 subtotal 1 2.599.000 contingencies (10% of the subtotal 1) 259.900 subtotal 2 2.858.900 an administration fee (5% of the subtotal 2) 142.945 TOTAL GENERAL (EUR) 3.001.845 Notes: (1) the average of the costs of accommodation contained in the above budget amounts to €250.00 per night, to be confirmed by the body designated by the host to this end state.

(2) accommodation costs relate to 566 rooms, estimated necessary to the Secretariat, and will be supported by the Government of the French Republic. This number of hotel rooms does not include the rooms necessary for the Secretary-General of the United Nations and her team, the team of the United Nations General Assembly or other necessary for the secretariat room, which must be financed by other means.
(3) please see note 2 of annex VI (a).

Annex VII terms and conditions for the carriage of cargo pursuant to article 3, paragraph 6, of the present agreement, the host State is required to support all transportation charges, insurance and related costs to the expedition, the secretariat or any office established by the United Nations and the Conference site, and forwarding of all supplies and equipment necessary for the proper keeping of the Conference. Under article 11, paragraph 2, of this agreement [sic].
1. terms and conditions applicable to the carriage has) the freight forwarder must be a society of international transit of goods able to ensure operations of national and international transport (by air, by sea, road or rail).
(b) the freight forwarder must be able to ensure clearance and handling remittances operated by the UNFCCC and exhibitors on-site.
(c) the freight forwarder will ensure the establishment of ATA carnets, Customs invoices and paperwork.
(d) the freight forwarder shall have a global network of experienced and specialized agents to handle all mail in Paris (France) for the purposes of the Conference.
(e) the freight forwarder must provide a complete set of cargo handling services, including reception and delivery of the goods, their unloading the vehicle of transport with a forklift truck and, after the conference, their collection and reloading on the transport vehicle.
(f) the freight forwarder will collect and store empty crates/boxes, and after the conference, will render if necessary for repacking and return to the country of origin.
2. General specifications) equipment and materials of the Secretariat intended to be transported will be duly packed in boxes-solid binders (60 × 30 × 35 cm, weight up to 15 kg) or in solid trunks of various formats. They will be deposited at central points in the two destinations and must be returned. Packing/unpacking and collection operations and distribution on-site performance therefore not the freight forwarder.
(b) the freight forwarder will provide door to door removal of the goods at the premises of the UNFCCC in Bonn (Germany) and their delivery to the (x) site (s) of the conference and vice versa, including their loading and unloading.
(c) the freight forwarder will affect loading and shipping a sufficient number of skilled and able-bodied agents with sufficient knowledge of the English language. It should also specify the days and times of ordinary work and non-standard, if this may have an impact in terms of costs.
(d) the freight forwarder shall appoint a liaison officer / correspondent assigned to its headquarters, which will be responsible for all of the Organization's operations. If this service is provided by the freight forwarder, but by a partner company, another correspondent of the latter will be responsible for operational issues.
(e) the Manager or coordinator of the freight forwarder shall consult with the corresponding designated by the Secretariat of the UNFCCC and give complete instructions to its staff before each shipment.
(f) the freight forwarder will provide vehicles suitable for loads of various sizes and equipped with lifting devices, including a hydraulic liftgate truck that can load more than 500 kg, and g) forwarder will provide additional equipment such as pallets, forklift / forklifts, packaging materials and containers and furniture fasteners, and rolling carts. In addition, it shall provide at least a forklift and five forklift with a capacity of load of 2,000 kg each.
3. mode of transport has) the freight forwarder shall choose the mode of transport more rapid, direct, economic and environmentally friendly between Bonn (Germany) and Paris (France) as well as between Paris (France) and Bonn (Germany).
4. customs clearance has) the freight forwarder shall be able to proceed with administrative customs clearance formalities, distinguishing clearly between the goods to be returned to the Secretariat of the UNFCCC in Bonn (Germany) and those that are intended for other participants.
((b) the freight forwarder shall be experienced in the processing of shipments destined to conferences, trade fairs or other events of great magnitude, and c) the freight forwarder must have the experience of the treatment of consignments on behalf United Nations, as well as the application of the customs exemptions and other exemptions applied to United Nations-owned assets.
5. indemnification and insurance has) full indemnification of the UNFCCC Secretariat in the event of damage to property owned or loss of the property caused by the freight forwarder, as well as in case of delay or failure of the freight forwarder.
((b) through insurance cover fully any damage to property belonging to the Secretariat of the UNFCCC or loss thereof assets (technical equipment, equipment Conference and registration, documents and supplies show desktop, hardware, etc.) during their transport, their removal and/or delivery, and c) insurance covering full liability.
(6 calendar, weight, estimated volume and dates of arrival of shipments a) shipment no. 1 starting from: address 1: UNFCCC Secretariat Haus Carstanjen, Martin-Luther-King-Str. 8, 53175 Bonn (Germany) address 2: UNFCCC Secretariat Langer Eugen, Hermann-Ehlers-str.. 10, 53113 Bonn (Germany) address 3: UNFCCC Secretariat Altes Hochhaus, Platz der Vereinten Nationen 1, 53113 Bonn (Germany) Date of removal: Monday, October 26, 2015 arrival Date: no later than Thursday 29 October 2015 delivery address (: Parc des expositions du Bourget, Place Charles Lindbergh, 93350 Le Bourget (France) estimated weight: 3000 kg estimated Volume: 10 m3 b) sending no. 2 starting from: address 1: UNFCCC Secretariat Haus Carstanjen, Martin-Luther-King-Str. 8, 53175 Bonn (Germany) address 2: UNFCCC Secretariat Langer Eugen, Hermann-Ehlers-str.. 10, 53113 Bonn (Germany) address 3: UNFCCC Secretariat Altes Hochhaus, Platz der Vereinten Nationen 1, 53113 Bonn (Germany) Date of removal (: Friday, November 6, 2015 arrival Date: no later than Monday 9 November 2015 delivery address: Parc des expositions du Bourget, Place Charles Lindbergh, 93350 Le Bourget (France) estimated weight: 3500 kg estimated Volume: 20 m3 c) sending no. 3 starting from: address 1: UNFCCC Secretariat Haus Carstanjen, Martin-Luther-King-Str. 8, 53175 Bonn (Germany) address 2: UNFCCC Secretariat Langer Eugen, Hermann-Ehlers-str.. 10 (, 53113 Bonn (Germany) address 3: UNFCCC Secretariat Altes Hochhaus, Platz der Vereinten Nationen 1, 53113 Bonn (Germany) Date of removal: Thursday, November 12, 2015 arrival Date: no later than Monday 16 November 2015 delivery address: Parc des expositions du Bourget, Place Charles Lindbergh, 93350 Le Bourget (France) estimated weight: 13 000 kg estimated Volume: 25 m3 d) sending n ° 4 return of : Parc des expositions du Bourget, Place Charles Lindbergh, 93350 Le Bourget (France) Date of removal: Monday, December 14, 2015 arrival Date: no later than Thursday 17 December 2015 delivery: address 1: UNFCCC Secretariat Haus Carstanjen, Martin-Luther-King-Str. 8, 53175 Bonn (Germany) address 2: UNFCCC Secretariat Langer Eugen, Hermann-Ehlers-str.. 10, 53113 Bonn (Germany) address 3: UNFCCC Secretariat Altes Hochhaus, Platz der Vereinten Nationen 1 (, 53113 Bonn (Germany) estimated weight: 19 500 kg estimated Volume: 55 m3 annex annex VIII transport vehicles must be available 24 hours on 24, drivers relaying rolling: a) 1 car/sedan for the Executive Secretary from November 25 to December 13, 2015;
b) 1 minibus 12 seater for the core team (core team) of the UNFCCC from October 19 to December 16, 2015;
(c) 1 12 seater minibus for the core team of the United Nations security from November 16 to December 15, 2015;
The following vehicles shall be available with driver from 22:00 to 7:00: d) 1 12 seater minibus for the core team of the UNFCCC from November 16 to December 14, 2015;
(e) 1 minibus 20 places for the staff of the Conference services of the United Nations (interpreters) from November 30 to December 13, 2015.
The following vehicle must be available with driver as follows: f) 1 bus/coach 50-60 seats for the United Nations security team: from November 23 to December 6, 2015 from 6:00 to 24:00 and 7 to December 15, 2015 24 hours a day.
Note: The receiving State may consider other types of vehicles to meet the same needs.

Annex annex IX meeting of pre-session of the SECRETARIAT: requirements for the 87th meeting of the Executive Board of the CDM support by the Secretariat 1. Conference rooms

a) a meeting room (No. 1, 250 m2 meeting room), available to U-shaped tables for 30 people (table on the dais with 8 seats); behind the table on the dais, a table for advisers (25 places of advisers at the table, format classroom). The No.1 meeting room tables must measure at least 80 cm wide and 170 cm in length. The power supply of the room shall be sufficient for a large amount of material and a large number of PCs or laptops. There must be enough space to accommodate the technical teams in a corner of the meeting room.
The following equipment shall be provided in the meeting No. 1 room: independent PA system with cut-off function. A laptop for projections with Microsoft software in English and wired Internet access. Two players microphones connected to the PA system. A projector/Beamer (4,500 ANSI lumens) with an input and an output, projection screen (4 × 3 m). Seventeen conference microphone (a microphone for two participants), independent pickups for the Presidency and the Vice-Presidency with cut and interrupt function. Seven 42-inch LCD screens. Two flip charts. Two remote controls PowerPoint. The No.1 meeting room should be soundproofed to guarantee the confidentiality of exchanges. It should be able to serve for the duration of the conference and be accessible only to members of staff and the Executive Board.
(b)) a meeting room (meeting No. 2 room, room of observers) with a capacity of 20 participants (format classroom, 20 places at tables). Leave a space at the bottom of the room for the diffusion on Internet equipment and 3 workstations for Internet broadcasting team. To ensure confidentiality, observers room shall be located at a distance from the No. 1 meeting room. Equipment in room meeting No. 2: A sound independent system to follow the debates that take place in the No. 1 meeting room. No. 2 meeting room will be interconnected to follow the proceedings of the meeting No. 1 (audio and video) room. Two projectors (3,000 minimum ANSI lumens) and two screens (180 × 210 cm) that may need to be replaced by two 80-inch plasma screens.
(c) all conference rooms must be equipped with systems sound and adapted lighting as well as a sufficient number of microphones according to the size and the capacity of the room.
(d) all conference rooms will be soundproofed and equipped with adequate ventilation and air conditioning systems.
(e) all meeting rooms must be reserved and available prior to the meeting to allow develop them and test (two days prior to the meeting rooms, three days before the offices). The rooms must be available until the day following the last day of meeting in the event that the meeting would be delayed and can extend during the night or the next morning.
2. office for personnel and equipment) an office for fully furnished, equipped and operational staff, with 25 workstations types arranged in blocks of 4 offices with chairs. Three tables for documents. A printer copier HP Multifunction network (of type equivalent to HP M 880): printing in black and white/colors of medium, analog or digital speed, capacity from 60 to 90 copies per minute, duplex. It must have a function sorting and stapler, from enough Staples, toner for five days of meeting and three days of work preparatoires.prevoir a significant amount of paper (a session can represent approximately 20,000 copies). Ability to print on A4 and A3 paper. The instructions must be available in English. The possibility to scan a document destined for the network should be proposed. The unit will be installed and configured and available technical assistance effective November 20, 2015. The printer settings must allow network b printing) a parallel meeting room, layout of tables in U for 25 persons and bilateral consultations minimum, available from November 21, 2015, for group meetings. Plugs for laptops in sufficient numbers in the room.
(c) an adequate Internet (network/WLAN connection) connection for staff will be available as of November 20, 2015. If offices for staff development and the installation of the equipment are not finalized, temporary office spaces must be provided. The personnel office should be located near the meeting room and allow quick access to the meeting rooms Nos. 1 and 2 (so be located on the same floor). The precise configuration of the office staff, meeting spaces and service areas will be stopped in close consultation with the Secretariat.
(d) all workstations must have offices work and office chairs adapted, office lamps, and wastebaskets and sufficient power supply for the electrical equipment. A shredder must be provided.
(e) in all prefabricated buildings, particular attention should be paid to lighting, air conditioning, heating and an adequate soundproofing.
(f) a computer for Internet access via 3 PCs or laptops, Center with a network printer (about 50 m2)); standard computers with monitors with the Windows operating system in English, the standard Microsoft Office pack, Acrobat Reader and WinZip.
g) a space for registration of participants: counter allowing two agents to work simultaneously, near the entrance to the No. 1 meeting room with two chairs and two tables and a number sufficient electrical outlets.
(h) a space of storage of approx. 50 m2 for remittances, deposits, funds and technical service providers packing material).
3 communications 30 cards local SIM for cell phones for the staff of the Secretariat.
4. material computer/requirements Internet Services.
Line Internet synchronized 34 MB/s for staff and participants, configured for automatic switching with the dissemination by Internet 10 Mbps. line and equipment with terminal located in the server room. If space permits, ability to use the server of the hotel room.
1 lot line independent 10 MB/s for the dissemination via the Internet with redundant line / rescue. Terminal in the office of dissemination via the Internet.
1 batch IP addresses in a number sufficient for encoding Internet streaming, NAT 1 × 28 public Internet 1 lot subnet IP address both Internet lines will be supplied with all configuration and required active elements: routers and switches. Provide a switch and router network for the Internet line.
1 batch server - adequate space for servers room, locking, sufficiently ventilated or air conditioned. If the environment is right, ability to use the server room of the hotel - 16amp 220v/50 Hz power supply - 2 X 16amp 220v/50 Hz with schuko European CEE 7 / 4 1 lot network LAN and Wi - Fi hardware - provide all necessary network equipment, including switches LAN - provide a suitable Wi - Fi service by providing a sufficient number of access points - provide all wiring , power supply and other equipment necessary to connect - network must guarantee a connection fast Ethernet for each IP connected to the network - equipment a handy Cisco structure would be desirable 1 lot PC -, for all equipment supplied software and licenses in English, especially for Windows 7, Office 2010, antivirus software (or equivalent) and standard for any other equipment provided - computer Centre 3 software licenses - provide laptops for presentations in the halls of meeting 3 Internet connections - computer centers 4 - offices for staff (a connection per workstation) 25 - Server - 3 meeting rooms - Diffusion by Internet 3 multifunction printer room / standard Printers - Multifunction printer for the office for staff 1 - printer networked to the computer centre 1 Assistance - provide sufficient human resources to provide:-assistance during installation and the duration of the workshop.
-expertise network for the management of the service network including the Wi - Fi 5. Internet streaming) Audio for Internet streaming: all the audio signals of the debates of the meeting must be sent to the dissemination via the Internet established by the audio service provider: [analog, fully symmetric, + 4db nominal level, XLR connectors (male)] b) workspace for Internet streaming: provide a space for 3 agents responsible for dissemination by Internet at the bottom of the room of the observers and their material (about 20 m 2 (and three tables with chairs).
Prepare the necessary power supply [independent bus bar, 230V ~ / 50 Hz, explicit for audio/video, protected devices].
c) Images for Internet streaming: power supply to connect the camera equipment and video. The meeting room should be sufficiently lit. (Device of shots provided by the German company of dissemination via the Internet).
6. snacks and refreshments) three breaks per day: tea and coffee for 30 people (content detailed to be specified according to the menu).

b) water for the meeting room of the Executive Council and the coffee break (water and glasses to provide each morning of the meeting and replenishment during the day).
7. support staff has) two English speaking local staff with knowledge of office automation equipment and basic Windows programs. Support staff must be available two days before the start of the meeting (November 21, 2015) and, by rotation, for the duration of the work of the meeting.
b) a safety officer: (safety officer for the session from 23 to 27 November 2015 until the end of the work).
8. transport has) two 9-seater minibus for members of the Executive Board if public transit is not adapted to bring participants instead of the meeting and bring them back to their hotel. The minibus will be available from the first day of the meeting.

Annex annex X meeting of front - SESSION of the SECRETARIAT: requirements for the FORUM of authorities designated national (DNA FORUM) supported by the Secretariat 1. Conference rooms a) plenary meeting (meeting No. 1 room) of format room / classroom, capacity for 150 people at the tables (with a platform of 8 seats, 40 cm minimum), equipped with a sound system and projection for sound and video. Provide a space for additional tables for documentation on the side or at the bottom of the room, two projectors/projectors (4,000 minimum ANSI lumens) with input and output, two projection screens (3 × 2 m) minimum, a laptop / PC for projections with Microsoft software and connected to the Internet by cable. Table microphone (a microphone for two participants); two microphones music players. Two 42-inch facing the dais LCD monitors. Sufficient for a large amount of material and a large number of PC power supply and harvest. Three booths (two interpreters per booth) for English, Spanish and the french. 150 headphones and infrared system. At least a flip chart. Four remote controls for the presentations (including in the parallel meeting rooms).
b) two parallel meeting rooms (Nos. 2 and 3 meeting rooms), layout of tables in U / square, capacity of 40 people at the tables, fitted with sound and projection for the sound and video systems. A projector/Beamer (3,000 minimum ANSI lumens) with an input and an output in each room. Projection screen (180 × 210 cm minimum). A laptop / PC for projections with Microsoft software and connected to the Internet by cable. Wi - Fi Internet access (for detailed specifications, see the "hardware" section below). Electrical plugs in sufficient numbers.
c) meeting room (No. 4 meeting room, parallel meeting room), layout of tables in U / square, capacity of 50 people at tables, equipped with a sound system and projection for sound and video. A projector/Beamer (3,000 minimum ANSI lumens), projection screen (180 × 210 cm minimum), a laptop / PC for projections with Microsoft software and connected to the Internet by cable. Table microphone (a microphone for two participants). 50 headphones. Two interpretation booths (English and Spanish double cabins). Internet access via Wi - Fi (see the specifications detailed in the 'computer hardware' section below). Electrical plugs in sufficient numbers. Power supply sufficient for a large amount of material and a large number of PC. Speakers in sufficient numbers to follow the meeting.
(d) all conference rooms will be soundproofed and equipped with adequate ventilation and air conditioning systems.
2. availability of meeting rooms, offices and other space a) mentioned rooms should be available before the start of meetings (November 27). The dismantling will take place a day after the last day of meeting (Monday). The calendar of Assembly, installation and testing of equipment will be stopped in accordance with the Secretariat.
3. offices and other spaces) an office for the core team, fully furnished, equipped and operational with 6 standard workstations, on the eve of the meeting (November 27, 2015).
b) printer copier HP Multifunction network (of type equivalent to HP M 880): printing in black and white/colors of medium, analog or digital speed, capacity from 60 to 90 copies per minute, double-sided printing mode. It must have a function sorting and stapler, from enough Staples, toner for the two days. Ability to print on A4 and A3 paper. The instructions must be available in English. The possibility to scan a document destined for the network should be proposed. The unit will be installed and configured and available technical assistance if necessary. The printer settings must allow network printing.
(c) a sufficient number of electrical outlets on the tables to connect the technical equipment in the main meeting room, in the parallel meeting rooms and the office for laptops, PCs and printers).
(d) all workstations must have offices work and office chairs adapted, desk lamps, and wastepaper, power and adequate adapters for all the electrical equipment.
(e) a computer for Internet access via 10 PC or laptops, Center with a network black and white printer). Standard PC with monitors with the Windows operating system in English, the standard MS Office pack, Acrobat Reader and WinZip.
f) a space for registration of participants: tables and chairs in numbers sufficient for staff responsible for recording (4 minimal agents), near the entrance. Table programmes, preference easels and other documentation and display panel for information dissemination in the immediate vicinity. Two black and white photocopiers at average speed. Electrical plugs in sufficient numbers.
(g) an office for performers with Internet access, two laptops and a black and white printer).
h) a space for the payment of per diem living costs with two workstations and two photocopiers if this space is not located in the vicinity of the recording space.
4. photocopiers and print) for the office: printer copier HP Multifunction network (of type equivalent to HP M 880): average speed, black and white/color, analog or digital, capacity of 60 to 90 copies per minute, double-sided printing mode. It must have a function sorting and stapler, from enough Staples, toner for the two days. Ability to print on A4 and A3 paper. The instructions must be available in English. The possibility to scan a document destined for the network should be proposed. The unit will be installed and configured and available technical assistance if necessary. The printer settings must allow network printing.
b) two photocopiers at average speed (with function scan): a photocopier printing in color to be installed in the vicinity of the space for the registration / payment of daily subsistence allowances; instructions in English and English available on-site technical assistance.
5. material computer/requirements internet Services synchronized internet line 34 MB/s for staff and participants, configured for automatic switching with the dissemination by Internet 10 Mbps. line and equipment with terminal located in the server room. If space permits, ability to use the server of the hotel room.
1 lot line independent 10 MB/s for the dissemination via the Internet with redundant line / rescue. Terminal in the office of dissemination via the Internet.
1 batch IP addresses in a number sufficient for encoding Internet streaming, subnet for internet 1 public IP NAT 1 × 28 lot two internet lines will be supplied with all configuration and required active elements: routers and switches. Provide a switch and router network for the Internet.
1 batch server - adequate space for servers room, locking, sufficiently ventilated or air conditioned. If the environment lends itself, to use the server of the hotel room.
-16Amp 220v/50 Hz feeding. - 2 × 16Amp 220v/50 Hz with European SchuKo EEC 7/4.
1 lot network LAN and Wi - Fi hardware - provide all the necessary network hardware, including LAN switches.
-To provide a suitable Wi - Fi service by installing a sufficient number of access points.
-Provide all wiring, power supply and other equipment necessary to connect.
-The network should ensure a fast Ethernet connection for each IP device connected to the network.
-A handy Cisco structure would be desirable.
1 lot PC-provide, for all of the provided hardware, software and licences in English, including Windows 7, Office 2010, antivirus software (or equivalent) and the licensing of standard software for any other equipment provided - computer Centre 3 - laptops for presentations in the meeting rooms 3 internet connections - computer Centre 4 - offices for staff (a connection per workstation) 25 - Server - 3 meeting room - Diffusion by Internet 3 printers room Multifunction / standard Printers - Multifunction printer for the office to staff 1 - printer networked to the computer centre 1 Assistance

-Provide sufficient human resources to provide:-assistance during installation and the duration of the workshop.
-expertise network for the management of the network including the Wi - Fi service.
6. snacks and refreshments) three breaks per day: coffee, tea, water and biscuits/fruits for 150 people. details to be specified according to the menu.
b) water to the dais in all meeting rooms, the lounge of the interpreters, the booths of interpretation and the coffee break (water and glasses to provide each morning of the meeting and replenishment during the day). Otherwise, provide two distributors of water with canisters of water in the main meeting room.
7. support staff has) two officers on-site speaking English with a knowledge of office automation equipment and basic Windows programs. Support staff at the recording space available a day before the start of the meeting, and by bearing, for the duration of its work.
(b)) a security officer from 28 to 29 November 2015 from 8:00 until the end of the work.

Annex annex XI to a dynamic of change taken in charge by the Secretariat 1. Context "for a dynamic of change" (Momentum for Change) is an initiative of the UNFCCC Secretariat whose purpose is to provide a public forum to highlight the actions of great magnitude that have effects on the ground both in the fight against climate change as a socio-economic and environmental plan more wide. It consists of four areas of action: a) urban poverty, for actions that improve the living conditions in the urban areas of developing countries. This action is implemented with generous support from the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation.
b) women for results, for actions carried out by women in the field of climate change. This action is implemented with the generous support of the Rockefeller Foundation.
c) investments respectful of the climate, for financial innovations successful adaptation and mitigation of climate change. This action is carried out in partnership with the Economic Forum world.
d) ICT Solutions for successful in the field of information and communication technologies and actions on climate change mitigation or adaptation to them. This action is carried out in partnership with the Global Initiative in the sector of ICT for environment and sustainable development.
A dynamics of change initiative was launched at the United Nations Conference on climate change of Durban (South Africa) in December 2011.
The premises and means specified in this annex will be used as part of other initiatives undertaken by the Secretariat for the commitment of high-level stakeholders. All additional expenses related to these actions will be supported by the Secretariat.
2 local appropriate premises for actions to promote the commitment of high-level stakeholders will be made available by the State of home, as specified in the table below, Monday, December 7, 2015. The precise specifications and layout of these premises will be defined in close cooperation with the Secretariat.
No. number Description available (and area) number of seating places days 1 1 meeting room n ° 1 (room for events parallel No.1) for General briefings classroom (600 m2) 500 5 2 1 meeting room n ° 2 (room for side events n ° 7) for sessions technical classroom (200 m2) 150 5 3. Meeting rooms all meeting rooms will have to be soundproofed.
(a) the No. 1 meeting room must include the following elements: (i) audiovisual material: (1) PA 16-port console.
(2) ten microphones-ties;
(3) three microphones music players;
(4) video monitors on stage allowing stakeholders to see the screen;
(5) equipment installation and live direction and monitors for projection live on one or more screens;
(6) post Clearcom for connection between camera/switching, lighting, sound and technical direction;
(7) two projection screens (one on each side of the room);
(8) two fixed cameras and two mobile cameras provided by the host broadcaster.
(9) sound equipment for musical performances, equipment scene and instruments (indicative list attached to this annex).
(ii) for the stage: (1) platform height (at least 1 m).
(2) flags: France and the United Nations;
(3) furniture: 8 to 10 comfortable armchairs;
(4) decor of scene, plants and small tables for water;
(5) one or two homes in the immediate vicinity of the room;
(6) live control room;
(7) electrical outlets for all the equipment;
(8) podiums for the cameras for broadcasting over the Internet.
(iii) personal: (1) lighting;
(2) sound recordist;
(3) musical equipment technician;
(4) assistant stage;
(5) audiovisual team behind the scenes for three days.
b) meeting room n ° 2 should include the following elements: (i) audiovisual material: (1) ten microphones-ties;
(2) three microphones music players;
(3) video monitors on stage allowing stakeholders to see the screen;
(4) equipment installation and live direction and monitors for projection live on one or more screens;
(5) post Clearcom for connection between camera/switching, lighting, sound and technical direction;
(6) two projection screens (one on each side of the room);
(7) two fixed cameras and two mobile cameras provided by the host broadcaster.
(ii) for the stage: (1) platform height (at least 1 m).
(2) flags: France and the United Nations;
(3) furniture: 8 to 10 comfortable armchairs;
(4) decor of scene, plants and small tables for water;
(5) one or two homes in the immediate vicinity of the room;
(6) live control room;
(7) podiums for the cameras for broadcasting over the Internet;
(8) two interpretation booths.
(iii) personal: (1) lighting;
(2) sound recordist.
The provider will ensure to avoid interference between different conference rooms.
4. Internet broadcasting has) events related to the initiative "for a dynamic of change": (i) broadcast live from a choice of sessions.
(ii) provision for embedding/sharing of videos on the site UNFCCC.int;
(iii) live broadcast on large screens on the site of the conference.
b) Information Bulletins: (i) production of three short (2-3 minutes about one per day) newsletters focused on the best examples / speakers/interviewees, with images of archives and/or appropriate animations.
c) 1 and 2 meeting rooms: audio and video in analog (FBAS and XLR) symmetrical and digital (SDI) or other format to be agreed.
(d) the projection from the presenter computer in 1 and 2 meeting rooms will be provided to DVI or AVI or another format to be agreed.
e) separate line (audiovisual analogue and digital) for the release of clips recorded by the ENG team and other needs.
Additional sound equipment for musical performances (indicative list): a) 1 table of digital mixers Yamaha LS9-16;
(b) 2 subwoofers subwoofer d & b Q - Sub;
(c) 2 speakers MeyerSound UPA - 1 p 2-way broadband;
d) 6 returns of stage d & b MAX 12;
(e) 4 d & b amplifiers D 12;
f) 1 set of pickups battery (small: BD / SD / 2 × OH / 2 × TT);
(g) 4 microphones Shure SM58 Vocal/Instrumental;
(h) 2 microphones Shure SM57 Instrumental);
(i) 1 receiver wireless Sennheiser UHF 2000);
j) 1 player SKM2000 wireless microphone;
k) 4 boxes of direct DIB-100;
l) 1 set of cables;
m) 1 set of supports for microphones n) 1 distributor EEC - 3x230V 32 A;
o) 1 MacBookPro with PlaybackPro and InstaCue.
Equipment scene and instruments: a) 1 Yamaha Maple Custom drums with toms low 10 "/ 14", 16 "bass and bass drum tom 22";
(b) 1 snare Yamaha Maple Custom;
c) 1 set of cymbals Zildjian K Custom ride 20 ", crash 18", crash 17"with HH 13";
d) 1 Tama Roadpro Hardware.
(e) 1 mobile podium for battery, 2 m × 2 m, h 20 cm;
(f) 1 Dual Mesa Boogie guitar amplifier rectify with CAB MB 4 × 12 ";
(g) 1 pedal wah wah Dunlop 535 Q;
h) 1 Line6 DL4 delay Modeler;
(i) 1 amplifier bass DB750 Aguilar);
j) 2 subwoofers Aguilar DB410;
k) 1 keyboard Roland RD 700 NX;
l) 1 keyboard Yamaha Motif 7XF;
m) 2 supports for keyboards;
n) 1 set of cables and accessories.
TWENTY and first SESSION of the CONFERENCE PARTIES to the framework CONVENTION UNITED NATIONS climate ELEVENTH SESSION of the CONFERENCE of PARTIES acting as meeting of the PARTIES to the KYOTO Protocol, SESSION of bodies subsidiary LE BOURGET (FRANCE), 30 November - 11 December 2015 in the ARRANGEMENT TECHNIQUE on the COOPERATION of security and of safety annex annex XII of the agreement with the State host preamble • Vu. the agreement with the host State signed between the Secretariat of the UNFCCC and the french government, to which this technical Arrangement this is annexed,

• Driven by the common will of the Minister of the Interior of the Government of the French Republic and the Executive Secretariat of the UNFCCC to provide the climate of security and tranquility necessary for the proper conduct of the twenty-first session of the Conference of the Parties to the framework Convention of the United Nations on climate change, the eleventh session of the Conference of the Parties serving as the meeting of the Parties to the Kyoto Protocol , and the sessions of the subsidiary bodies, the Minister of the Interior of the French Republic and the Deputy Executive Secretary of the UNFCCC have agreed to the following: this technical Arrangement should be read with reference to the agreement between the United Nations and the Government of the French Republic concerning the twenty-first session of the Conference of the Parties to the framework Convention of the United Nations on climate change the eleventh session of the Conference of the Parties serving as the meeting of the Parties to the Kyoto Protocol, and the sessions of the subsidiary bodies, hereinafter referred to as 'agreement with the host State", signed by the United Nations and the France.
The agreement with the State host has: [...]
Article 9 police Protection and security 1. The Government has a responsibility to provide, at his expense, police protection and security necessary to ensure the smooth running of the Conference / meetings of pre-session without interference of any kind. This device of police is placed under the supervision and direct a senior official designated by the Government authority. It works in close cooperation with the senior liaison officer for Security appointed for this purpose by the Department of safety and security of the United Nations, so as to ensure an appropriate climate of security and serenity.
2. the security at the premises of the Conference is the responsibility of the Department of safety and security of the United Nations, in close coordination with the Secretariat, and it is provided in close collaboration with the authorities of government security, while outside the Conference premises, security is the responsibility of the Government. The perimeters of these two areas of security and the arrangements for cooperation are clearly defined by the Government and the Secretariat until the premises are placed under the authority of the Secretariat 3. The terms of security cooperation between the Government and the Secretariat in these two areas are detailed in a separate legally binding document entitled 'Technical Arrangement' between the Government and the Secretariat and contained in annex XII to this agreement. The technical Arrangement explores issues relating to the chain of command, import, use and storage of weapons of service of officials of the United Nations, the crisis management and the surrender of persons detained in the premises of the Conference.
4. the Secretariat and the Government cooperate for the establishment of a comprehensive operational plan of security and safety based on the evaluation of the safety of the Conference by the United Nations which must be completed before the opening of the Conference. This safety plan is the framework for the implementation of all safety-related activities.
5. the Government provides at his own expense to the Secretariat facilities and security personnel, as specified in annex II to this agreement.
6. the Government also provides, at its own expense, the police protection required to ensure the smooth running of known meetings and meetings not known in a climate of safety and serenity and without interference of any kind.
ARRANGEMENT TECHNIQUE on COOPERATION in security and safety Article 1 Coordinator responsible for the security of the event (MSC) and top official in charge of safety and security (HFS) in accordance with section 9 above, the Department of safety and security of United Nations and the authorities of the host State concluded the main following arrangements to facilitate the preparation and implementation of a security and safety operational Plan ad hoc.
The head of the section of security and safety of the United Nations in Vienna, Mr Kevin O Hanlon made office, for the purposes of this document, Coordinator responsible for the safety of the manifestation of the United Nations, hereinafter referred to as "CSM". On the side of the host State, the prefect Hubert Weigel served as senior official responsible for safety and security, hereinafter referred to as HFS'.
The two designated officials shall cooperate for the development of the operational Plan of security and safety. This plan details the security coverage of the Conference, which is seen as a joint operation of the Department of safety and security of United Nations and the French authorities.
Section 2 allocation of responsibilities although it is understood that the United Nations retains total control of the site of the Conference, considered as inviolable, any serious situation related to security that could affect normal Conference is evaluated jointly with the authorities of the host State and these recommendations are submitted to the Executive Secretary of the framework Convention of the United Nations on climate change (UNFCCC) for decision. The only exception is the start of the evacuation plan of the premises in case of fire or any other imminent and serious threat that could affect the safety of the people and demanding immediate protective measures.
In accordance with article 9 of the agreement with the host State, the site of the Conference-registered sector, which is the responsibility of the Department of safety and security of United Nations is described as including all areas devoted exclusively to the conduct of the Conference.
Article 3 Assistance of the host Government agreement with the CSM, the Government host ready assistance in the following areas: • liaison and support to operations.
• control of access to the Conference premises and perimeters restricted;
• provision of safety equipment in accordance with annex II of the agreement with the host State.
• protection of VIPs;
• medical support;
• support for safety, including the safety against fire;
• detection and research of explosives on the site of the Conference;
• prior checking of all vehicles entering the site of the Conference.
Although this technical Arrangement defines the responsibilities of each party, it is without prejudice applications for security assistance from either party within their respective areas of competence.
Article 4 chain of command 1. All agents of the French security forces working on the site of the Conference remain under operational command of the HFS or his delegate. All security private agents working on the site of the Conference are placed under the command of the MSC. The HFS works closely with the CSM to ensure that the mission of the United Nations security team is full. All security private agents participating in operation Joint on the site of the Conference bear a holding as agreed between the MSC and the HFS and identification badges issued by the United Nations.
2. the operational safety and Security Plan includes a staffing table assigning duties and responsibilities to each security officer. This table may be amended by mutual agreement between the parties.
Article 5 transfer of responsibility MSC takes official responsibility for the premises of the Conference Saturday, November 28, 2015 at 6:00. Responsibility for these sectors returned officially to the French authorities on Saturday, 12 December 2015, at 6:00 or at a date mutually agreed according to the needs of the Conference. At any time before, during and after the holding of the Conference, the French authorities make available a sufficient number of security officers to ensure effective functioning of the Conference in an atmosphere of safety and calm, without interference of any kind.
Article 6 1 link. The HFS updates available to the agents of security, as agreed with the CSM, in the conditions laid down in paragraph 1 of article 4, in order to inter alia with the joint tasks defined in article 3 of this technical Arrangement. These security officers operate under the operational command of the United Nations designated security staff members.
2. the Department of safety and security of United Nations establishes its headquarters in the Office of the United Nations Security. By mutual agreement, coordination meetings take place regularly or at the request of one of the parties.
Article 7 firearms in the exercise of their functions, United Nations security officers carry their official service arms of Nations that are imported and for which a permit is issued in accordance with the French legislation. When not worn, the firearms must be stored in a safe place at the Safety Board of the United Nations, in a secure depot put at disposal by the French authorities. Security of United Nations staff respects the United Nations regulations for the use of physical force and physical force likely to cause death.

The HFS agrees to provide reasonable assistance to the MSC by facilitating the clearance of weapons of the security guards of the United Nations at the point of arrival and departure in accordance with the French legislation on the control of firearms.
Private security officers recruited by the French authorities for the event are not allowed to bring weapons to fire on the site of the Conference for the duration thereof.
Article 8 crisis management from the beginning to the end of the Conference, a crisis made up of representatives of both parties unit stands ready to intervene. The CSM submits recommendations of the crisis cell to the Executive Secretary. the UNFCCC, which then decides how to proceed if the crisis affects the Conference site.
Article 9 security of communications the parties agree to grant each other the right to set up and use secure communications on the site of the Conference for the duration thereof and allow the operation of these secure interference free communications.
Article 10 security arrangements for senior officials of the United Nations the HFS is committed to providing, by mutual agreement, reasonable assistance to the MSC for the personal protection of dignitaries visit and other prominent officials of the United Nations.
Article 11 lost MSC assumes the full responsibility for the implementation of staffing and management of a lost and found by the Conference Office. Any lost object unclaimed at the end of the Conference moved to the HFS for retention and subsequent disposal.
Article 12 issue of accreditation badges anyone entering the premises of the Conference must be accredited and wear a badge of access of the UNFCCC visible at any time as long as it is in the local said. The MSC is responsible for the design, implementation and the issuance of all passes for meetings, maps and other forms of identification documents required for access to the Conference and related facilities. The system of passes and cards proposed for the Conference is included in a brochure that will be delivered to the HFS. Information about participants allowed to be accredited to the Conference are communicated to the French authorities.
Article 13 fire safety the HFS guarantees that all of the conference premises complies with the codes and national standards for fire safety. The HFS also provides a copy of the evacuation plan to the MSC. A member of security of United Nations personnel is appointed to liaise to coordinate fire safety services to support, jointly with a french counterpart.
Article 14 release of those detained if security of United Nations personnel appeals to a person on the site of the Conference, a report must be prepared immediately and sent to the HFS. On the basis of this report and any other relevant information, security personnel of the Nations United or HFS, as the case may be, may request that the summoned person is placed at disposal of the authorities competent French. The decision of provision and, where appropriate, the surrender of the challenged person must intervene as soon as possible. In any event the MSC retains discretion to decide whether or not access to a request from the HFS in a manner it determines. It shall immediately inform the Executive Secretary of the UNFCCC. The HFS is committed to take the CSM informed of any administrative proceedings or judicial brought against the arrested person. If the arrested person is not delivered to the French authorities, it is left free in his movements.
Article 15 Evaluation and updating of the threat the HFS assessment communicates timely to MSC a document of threat assessment for the Conference which serves to establish security measures put in place for the duration of it. The HFS transmits to the CSM any information likely to cause security enhancements, modifications or adjustments.
Article 16 operational safety and safety 1. The CSM and the HFS cooperate closely in the preparation of an operational Plan for security and safety. This plan constitutes the framework in which are implemented all tasks related to security and safety, and appendices covering each subject in detail are attached to the body of the document.
2. Once completed, this Plan, incorporating the recommendations of the United Nations for the Conference site security, is presented for approval to the office of the designated official of the United Nations in France and the Executive Secretary of the UNFCCC. However, the plan annexes may be amended or supplemented if necessary.
3. any disagreement among members of the United Nations and the French security forces in carrying out security missions is quickly brought to the attention of the MSC and the HFS for settlement.
This technical Arrangement signed in English and French languages, both texts being equally authentic.
Deputy Minister of the Interior the Executive Secretary 1 has UNFCCC annex annex XII of the agreement with the State host preamble • Vu. the agreement with the host State signed between the Secretariat of the UNFCCC and the french government, to which this technical Arrangement this is annexed, • driven by the common will of the Minister of the Interior of the Government of the French Republic and the Executive Secretariat of the UNFCCC to provide the climate of security and tranquility necessary for the proper conduct of the twenty and -first session of the Conference of the Parties to the framework Convention of the United Nations on climate change, the eleventh session of the Conference of the Parties serving as the meeting of the Parties to the Kyoto Protocol, and the sessions of the subsidiary bodies, the Minister of the Interior of the French Republic and the Executive Secretary Assistant of the UNFCCC have agreed to the following : This technical Arrangement should be read with reference to the agreement between the United Nations and the Government of the French Republic concerning the twenty-first session of the Conference of the Parties to the framework Convention of the United Nations on climate change, the eleventh session of the Conference of the Parties serving as the meeting of the Parties to the Kyoto Protocol , and the sessions of the subsidiary bodies, hereinafter referred to as 'agreement with the host State", signed by the United Nations and the France.
The agreement with the State host has: [...]
Article 9 police Protection and security 1. The Government has a responsibility to provide, at his expense, police protection and security necessary to ensure the smooth running of the Conference / meetings of pre-session without interference of any kind. This device of police is placed under the supervision and direct a senior official designated by the Government authority. It works in close cooperation with the senior liaison officer for Security appointed for this purpose by the Department of safety and security of the United Nations, so as to ensure an appropriate climate of security and serenity.
2. the security at the premises of the Conference is the responsibility of the Department of safety and security of the United Nations, in close coordination with the Secretariat, and it is provided in close collaboration with the authorities of government security, while outside the Conference premises, security is the responsibility of the Government. The perimeters of these two areas of security and the arrangements for cooperation are clearly defined by the Government and the Secretariat until the premises are placed under the authority of the Secretariat 3. The terms of security cooperation between the Government and the Secretariat in these two areas are detailed in a separate legally binding document entitled 'Technical Arrangement' between the Government and the Secretariat and contained in annex XII to this agreement. The technical Arrangement explores issues relating to the chain of command, import, use and storage of weapons of service of officials of the United Nations, the crisis management and the surrender of persons detained in the premises of the Conference.
4. the Secretariat and the Government cooperate for the establishment of a comprehensive operational plan of security and safety based on the evaluation of the safety of the Conference by the United Nations which must be completed before the opening of the Conference. This safety plan is the framework for the implementation of all safety-related activities.
5. the Government provides at his own expense to the Secretariat facilities and security personnel, as specified in annex II to this agreement.
6. the Government also provides, at its own expense, the police protection required to ensure the smooth running of known meetings and meetings not known in a climate of safety and serenity and without interference of any kind.
ARRANGEMENT TECHNIQUE on COOPERATION in security and safety Article 1 Coordinator responsible for the security of the event (MSC) and top official in charge of safety and security (HFS) in accordance with section 9 above, the Department of safety and security of United Nations and the authorities of the host State concluded the main following arrangements to facilitate the preparation and implementation of a security and safety operational Plan ad hoc.

The head of the section of security and safety of the United Nations in Vienna, Mr Kevin O Hanlon made office, for the purposes of this document, Coordinator responsible for the safety of the manifestation of the United Nations, hereinafter referred to as "CSM". On the side of the host State, the prefect Hubert Weigel served as senior official responsible for safety and security, hereinafter referred to as HFS'.
The two designated officials shall cooperate for the development of the operational Plan of security and safety. This plan details the security coverage of the Conference, which is seen as a joint operation of the Department of safety and security of United Nations and the French authorities.
Section 2 allocation of responsibilities although it is understood that the United Nations retains total control of the site of the Conference, considered as inviolable, any serious situation related to security that could affect normal Conference is evaluated jointly with the authorities of the host State and these recommendations are submitted to the Executive Secretary of the framework Convention of the United Nations on climate change (UNFCCC) for decision. The only exception is the start of the evacuation plan of the premises in case of fire or any other imminent and serious threat that could affect the safety of the people and demanding immediate protective measures.
In accordance with article 9 of the agreement with the host State, the site of the Conference-registered sector, which is the responsibility of the Department of safety and security of United Nations is described as including all areas devoted exclusively to the conduct of the Conference.
Article 3 Assistance of the host Government agreement with the CSM, the Government host ready assistance in the following areas: • liaison and support to operations.
• control of access to the Conference premises and perimeters restricted;
• provision of safety equipment in accordance with annex II of the agreement with the host State.
• protection of VIPs;
• medical support;
• support for safety, including the safety against fire;
• detection and research of explosives on the site of the Conference;
• prior checking of all vehicles entering the site of the Conference.
Although this technical Arrangement defines the responsibilities of each party, it is without prejudice applications for security assistance from either party within their respective areas of competence.
Article 4 chain of command 1. All agents of the French security forces working on the site of the Conference remain under operational command of the HFS or his delegate. All security private agents working on the site of the Conference are placed under the command of the MSC. The HFS works closely with the CSM to ensure that the mission of the United Nations security team is full. All security private agents participating in operation Joint on the site of the Conference bear a holding as agreed between the MSC and the HFS and identification badges issued by the United Nations.
2. the operational safety and Security Plan includes a staffing table assigning duties and responsibilities to each security officer. This table may be amended by mutual agreement between the parties.
Article 5 transfer of responsibility MSC takes official responsibility for the premises of the Conference Saturday, November 28, 2015 at 6:00. Responsibility for these sectors returned officially to the French authorities on Saturday, 12 December 2015, at 6:00 or at a date mutually agreed according to the needs of the Conference. At any time before, during and after the holding of the Conference, the French authorities make available a sufficient number of security officers to ensure effective functioning of the Conference in an atmosphere of safety and calm, without interference of any kind.
Article 6 1 link. The HFS updates available to the agents of security, as agreed with the CSM, in the conditions laid down in paragraph 1 of article 4, in order to inter alia with the joint tasks defined in article 3 of this technical Arrangement. These security officers operate under the operational command of the United Nations designated security staff members.
2. the Department of safety and security of United Nations establishes its headquarters in the Office of the United Nations Security. By mutual agreement, coordination meetings take place regularly or at the request of one of the parties.
Article 7 firearms in the exercise of their functions, United Nations security officers carry their official service arms of Nations that are imported and for which a permit is issued in accordance with the French legislation. When not worn, the firearms must be stored in a safe place at the Safety Board of the United Nations, in a secure depot put at disposal by the French authorities. Security of United Nations staff respects the United Nations regulations for the use of physical force and physical force likely to cause death.
The HFS agrees to provide reasonable assistance to the MSC by facilitating the clearance of weapons of the security guards of the United Nations at the point of arrival and departure in accordance with the French legislation on the control of firearms.
Private security officers recruited by the French authorities for the event are not allowed to bring weapons to fire on the site of the Conference for the duration thereof.
Article 8 crisis management from the beginning to the end of the Conference, a crisis made up of representatives of both parties unit stands ready to intervene. The CSM submits recommendations of the crisis cell to the Executive Secretary. the UNFCCC, which then decides how to proceed if the crisis affects the Conference site.
Article 9 security of communications the parties agree to grant each other the right to set up and use secure communications on the site of the Conference for the duration thereof and allow the operation of these secure interference free communications.
Article 10 security arrangements for senior officials of the United Nations the HFS is committed to providing, by mutual agreement, reasonable assistance to the MSC for the personal protection of dignitaries visit and other prominent officials of the United Nations.
Article 11 lost MSC assumes the full responsibility for the implementation of staffing and management of a lost and found by the Conference Office. Any lost object unclaimed at the end of the Conference moved to the HFS for retention and subsequent disposal.
Article 12 issue of accreditation badges anyone entering the premises of the Conference must be accredited and wear a badge of access of the UNFCCC visible at any time as long as it is in the local said. The MSC is responsible for the design, implementation and the issuance of all passes for meetings, maps and other forms of identification documents required for access to the Conference and related facilities. The system of passes and cards proposed for the Conference is included in a brochure that will be delivered to the HFS. Information about participants allowed to be accredited to the Conference are communicated to the French authorities.
Article 13 fire safety the HFS guarantees that all of the conference premises complies with the codes and national standards for fire safety. The HFS also provides a copy of the evacuation plan to the MSC. A member of security of United Nations personnel is appointed to liaise to coordinate fire safety services to support, jointly with a french counterpart.
Article 14 release of those detained if security of United Nations personnel appeals to a person on the site of the Conference, a report must be prepared immediately and sent to the HFS. On the basis of this report and any other relevant information, security personnel of the Nations United or HFS, as the case may be, may request that the summoned person is placed at disposal of the authorities competent French. The decision of provision and, where appropriate, the surrender of the challenged person must intervene as soon as possible. In any event the MSC retains discretion to decide whether or not access to a request from the HFS in a manner it determines. It shall immediately inform the Executive Secretary of the UNFCCC. The HFS is committed to take the CSM informed of any administrative proceedings or judicial brought against the arrested person. If the arrested person is not delivered to the French authorities, it is left free in his movements.
Article 15 Evaluation and updating of the threat the HFS assessment communicates timely to MSC a document of threat assessment for the Conference which serves to establish security measures put in place for the duration of it. The HFS transmits to the CSM any information likely to cause security enhancements, modifications or adjustments.
Article 16 safety and security operational Plan

1. msc and the HFS cooperate closely in the preparation of an operational Plan for security and safety. This plan constitutes the framework in which are implemented all tasks related to security and safety, and appendices covering each subject in detail are attached to the body of the document.
2. Once completed, this Plan, incorporating the recommendations of the United Nations for the Conference site security, is presented for approval to the office of the designated official of the United Nations in France and the Executive Secretary of the UNFCCC. However, the plan annexes may be amended or supplemented if necessary.
3. any disagreement among members of the United Nations and the French security forces in carrying out security missions is quickly brought to the attention of the MSC and the HFS for settlement.
This technical Arrangement signed in English and French languages, both texts being equally authentic.
1 Deputy Minister of the Interior, the Executive Secretary has UNFCCC is November 10, 2015.
François Hollande by the President of the Republic: Prime Minister, Manuel Valls the Minister of Foreign Affairs and international development, Laurent Fabius (1) entry into force: 23 October 2015.

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