All pages with keywords: IPCC


Coping with climate change to cost up to $100bn a year, says UN

In the news 28 March, 2014

Financial Times (registration is required)


IPCC report downplays economic impacts of climate change, reviewer says

In the news 25 March, 2014

Sydney Morning Herald


Letters: Climate change: it’s worse than we thought

Letters: Climate change: it’s worse than we thought

a commentary by Bob Ward 22 March, 2014

Contrary to your headline “Climate change: the official prophecy of doom” (18 March), it would appear that the latest Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change report is a masterclass in understatement. … read more »


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Recent and future changes in the global and UK climate

a policy publication by Bob Ward, Naomi Hicks 1 October, 2013

The Fifth Assessment Report of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) is the most comprehensive assessment of the physical science basis of climate change that has ever been written. … read more »


The IPCC report-writing process

The IPCC report-writing process

a policy publication by Naomi Hicks, Bob Ward 23 September, 2013

This briefing note summarises the report-writing process for the IPCC assessment reports, ahead of the launch of the IPCC’s fifth assessment report (AR5), which is released at the … read more »


Desperate shenanigans as climate change ‘sceptics’ try to misrepresent IPCC report

Desperate shenanigans as climate change ‘sceptics’ try to misrepresent IPCC report

a commentary by Bob Ward 14 December, 2012

It is perhaps no surprise that a climate change ‘sceptic’ has overnight leaked a draft copy of the volume prepared by working group I for the Fifth Assessment Report of … read more »