Climate change 2014 : synthesis report / (D2314)

Published by : World Meteorological Organization, (Geneva, Switzerland: ) Physical details: xvi, 151 p. : ill., tables ; 30 cm. ISBN:9789291691432. Year: 2015 Item type: Sustainable Development
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GENEVA, March 18 – The Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) launched on Wednesday the complete version of the Synthesis Report, the concluding instalment of the Fifth Assessment Report (AR5).

Written by over 800 scientists from 80 countries, and assessing over 30,000 scientific papers, the Fifth Assessment Report tells policymakers what the scientific community knows about the scientific basis of climate change, its impacts and future risks, and options for adaptation and mitigation.
The key findings of the Synthesis Report, initially released on 2 November 2014, are:

· Human influence on the climate system is clear;

· The more we disrupt our climate, the more we risk severe, pervasive and irreversible impacts; and · We have the means to limit climate change and build a more prosperous, sustainable future.

“The Synthesis Report, distilling the work of hundreds of experts, is an invaluable tool and resource for policymakers as the world prepares to finalize a global agreement on climate change later this year,” said Ismail El Gizouli, Acting Chair of the IPCC.

Today’s release includes the fully laid-out Summary for Policymakers of the Synthesis Report and the longer report comprised of an Introduction and four topics, plus six annexes. The IPCC is also releasing on the website drafts of the Synthesis Report, and comments arising from the expert and government review.

As its name suggests the Synthesis Report integrates and synthesizes the contributions by the IPCC’s three working groups that were rolled out over 2013 and 2014 into a concise document of about 110 pages suitable for policymakers and other stakeholders.

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