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30th Session of the IPCC (21-23 April 2009, Antalya, Turkey). The scoping meeting of experts to define the outline of the AR5 is scheduled for mid July 2009.

IPCC Technical Paper on Climate Change and Water

 

 

IPCC Fourth Assessment Report (AR4)


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The AR4 Synthesis Report

The report has been released on 17 November 2007, Valencia, Spain

 

 


Working Group I Report "The Physical Science Basis"


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Working Group III Report "Mitigation of Climate Change"


 

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21 - 23 April 2009 


IPCC 29th Plenary Session & IPCC 20th Anniversary


Geneva,

Switzerland


      31.08 - 04.09.2008


Draft Report of 

     the 29th Session 

     of the IPCC

Governments are invited to send their comments by 28 February 2009


NEW IPCC BUREAU

       20th anniversary

Presentations 


NEW

Task Group on Data and Scenario Support for Impact and Climate Analysis (TGICA)

Call for nominations

Letter of invitation to:

Focal Points and Ministries for Foreign Affairs

International and other Organizations


TGICA  report  to Bureau 38 


Nomination form 


NEW

Special Report on Renewable Energy Sources and Climate Change Mitigation (SRREN)

List of CLA/LA

First LA meeting 


New Scenarios

Towards New Scenarios for Analysis of Emissions, Climate Change, Impacts, and Response Strategies


IPCC vacancies

Project Scientist, IPCC Working Group II Technical Support Unit (Stanford, California, USA)







The IPCC is honored with the Nobel Peace Prize

 

Oslo, 10 December 07

The Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change

and Albert Arnold (Al) Gore Jr.

were awarded of the Nobel Peace Prize

"for their efforts to build up and disseminate greater

knowledge about man-made climate change, and to

lay the foundations for the measures that are

needed to counteract such change".

 

 

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