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IPCC Climate Change 2014 Synthesis Report

Monday, 3. Nov. 2014 (13:15-17:15) Auditorium Maximum, University of Bern (IPCC TSU WGI, ProClim-/SCNAT, BAFU)



Key contributors of the Synthesis Report present the most important findings The IPCC Fifth Assessment Report continues the series of comprehensive summaries of current knowledge on climate change. The assessment reports document the observed and projected change of climate, its causes and impacts as well as possible strategies of mitigation and adaptation to global warming. They build a standard for everybody engaged with climate change in research, government, industry, or policy. The new Synthesis Report combines the content of the three Working Group reports I (the physical science basis), II (impacts, vulnerabilities and adaptation) and III (mitigation of climate change) into an integral perspective and emphasizes cross-cutting issues.

Teaser: IPCC Climate Change 2014 Synthesis Report

The event provides an insight into the Synthesis Report, which connects the issues accross the three Working Group reports. The Chair of IPCC, the Co-Chairs of Working Group I and Lead Authors involved in preparing the Synthesis Report will present the most important findings.

Target audience of this event are stakeholders from government, economy and policy as well as researchers, representatives of the media and the interested public.

The event is fully booked. Please reserve enough time to pick up the name tag and take your seat in the aula.


Sprachen: Englisch