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Quotidiano di informazione – Anno 33 n° 335

UN Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change

Posted by fidest press agency su venerdì, 4 aprile 2014

amsterdamAmsterdam,  A team of Greenpeace climate change experts will be attending the meeting of the UN Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) being held in Berlin, Germany, from 7-11 April, and concluding with the release of the IPCC report on Monday 13 April.
The IPCC is the world’s leading body for the scientific assessment of climate change, established to inform governments in decision-making. The Berlin meeting focuses on the options for combating climate change. As official observers to the meeting, Greenpeace experts will be available to media to explain the implications of the IPCC’s findings. Greenpeace staff from China and Germany can also provide briefings on the latest developments with China’s new clean air policies and the German ‘Energiewende’ – the German Energy Transition. The Berlin meeting is the third phase in finalising the IPCC’s latest assessment of the science, impacts and response options for mitigating climate change – the latest compilation of international peer-reviewed knowledge since 2007. The science section, agreed in 2013, concluded with 95% confidence that humans are the main cause of current global warming. Conclusions about the impacts of climate change, agreed at a meeting held in Yokohama from 25-29 March 2014, outlined the increasingly dramatic consequences of climate change across all continents unless greenhouse gas emissions are urgently reduced. “Climate change is the greatest threat we all face,” said Li Shuo of Greenpeace China. “Clean and safe energy systems are advancing, and each new kilowatt hour of renewable energy means one less kilowatt hour from fossil fuels and nuclear energy that pose a threat to future generations.”


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