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date: Mon, 17 Feb 2003 14:48:27 +0530
from: "Ulka Kelkar" <ulkakatXYZxyzi.res.in>
subject: RE: The HOT Research Protocol is finished
to: <edan.rotenbergatXYZxyz.vu.nl>

Hi Edan,

This is in continuation of my earlier email regarding preparations for the regional stakeholder interviews. We are now in the process of compiling a database of potential interviewees. In addition to TERI's contacts, we are tapping the following sources:
- Government focal points and NGOs accredited with the UNFCCC
- Asian partners/members of the World Business Council for Sustainable Development
- Members of the Climate Action Network (CAN) South and South-east Asia networks
Any suggestions or contact information would be most welcome.

Second, going by the UNFCCC classification, we plan to include stakeholders from Middle East countries in our survey. Some Former Soviet Union countries are also included in Asia, but we want to check if RIVM would be covering any of these (Armenia, Azerbaijan, Kazakhstan, Kyrghyzstan, Tajikistan, Turkmenistan, Uzbekistan, and Ukraine).

Third, we would like to hear from the other regional partners about the number of interviews that they plan to conduct, as well as their approach to the questionnaire.

Finally, we are following the Tyndall Centre discussion forum with great interest.

Best regards,

Ulka.


>>> "Edan Rotenberg" <edan.rotenbergatXYZxyz.vu.nl> 02/05/03 08:57pm >>>
Hello,

Thanks very much to Ulka and everyone at TERI for getting the ball rolling on these questionnaires. Joyeeta is out of the office today but she would doubtless like to see the questionnaire. I have spoken to Marcel Berk and Alex Haxeltine - they will both be reviewing the questionnaire to see if it will give them the information they need to provide useful scientific input. Also, there are a few comments still to come in from RIVM on the HOT Research Protocol, so it is not yet finished. I hope to be able to send out a finalized protocol next week, and am looking forward to receiving the questionnaires prepared by other Regional Partners.

best wishes to all,

Edan Rotenberg

p.s. I don't have a graduate degree, so I'm not a doctor. Please just call me Edan.

-----Original Message-----
From: Ulka Kelkar [mailto:ulkakatXYZxyzi.res.in]
Sent: Wed 2/5/2003 3:01 PM
To: nwohslowhmygodyessatXYZxyzoo.com
Cc: energy2atXYZxyza.sn; ysokona@enda.sn; youba@hotmail.com; Edan Rotenberg; Harro van Asselt; joyeetagupta@ivm.vu.nl; Marleen van de Kerkhof; Matthijs Hisschem�ller; emilioatXYZxyz.ufrj.br; bert.metzatXYZxyzm.nl; marcel.berk@rivm.nl; Leena Srivastava; Preety Bhandari; alex.haxeltineatXYZxyz.ac.uk; m.hulmeatXYZxyz.ac.uk
Subject: Re: The HOT Research Protocol is finished


Dear Dr Rotenberg,

Thank you for your email, and for the finalised protocol. I am attaching a draft copy of the questionnaire that we are developing for the regional stakeholder interviews. In this draft we have tried to limit the number of questions, and to simplify the language wherever possible. The questionnaire would be sent to the identified stakeholders with a covering letter explaining the background and purpose of this exercise.

We look forward to hearing from the other partners about the approach adopted for their respective regions, and would welcome their suggestions regarding this questionnaire.

Thanks and warm regards,

Ulka.




Ulka Kelkar
Research Associate and Area Convener
Centre for Global Environment Research
T E R I
New Delhi - 110 003 / India
Tel + 91 11 2468 2100 and 2468 2111 (ext 2315)
Fax + 91 11 2468 2144 and 2468 2145
Web www.teriin.org

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