As you know, the climate is a complicated subject. And so, what to do? Have you ever wondered how scientists explain to the public what they know about the climate and climate change and how they relate with the governments and inform them of their discoveries? Read more about it in our special about the fifth Assessment Report.
Have you ever wondered how scientists really communicate to the public what they know about climate change, and how they relate with the governments to inform them of their discoveries? Every 6-7 years approximately, scientists from IPCC inform the world about all they know which is significant, through a very important document: the Assessment Report (AR) on climate.
Our everyday activities release large amounts of carbon dioxide (CO2) and other gases into the environment. These gases contribute to the so-called greenhouse effect and have an important role in climate change. To quantify and reduce these effects, scientists have devised an effective indicator, the carbon footprint.
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The third installment of IPCC's fifth report on climate change has been presented
The third installment of the Fifth Assessment Report on climate change was presented in Berlin by IPCC's third working group (Working Group III, WG3).