IPCC report: six graphs that show how we’re changing the world’s climate

This  article discusses an IPCC report on how the climate is changing worldwide, using the data that underpins the forthcoming IPCC climate science report detailing humanity’s influence on the climate, global impacts and solutions.

The world’s top climate scientists reiterate their warning that humanity’s influence on the climate is unequivocal, with wide-ranging impacts across the planet, from rising seas to melting ice.

The UN’s climate science panel, the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC), is currently meeting in Copenhagen to thrash out the final wording of its so-called ‘synthesis’ report, the most comprehensive account of the state on climate science in seven years.


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