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IPCC Dec 2
Looking forward to this event tomorrow at where WG I Co-Chair and several IPCC authors will be taking part. It starts at 15.00 in Hall 9, Room 6 at the COP 25 venue in Madrid🇪🇸
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IPCC Dec 2
Today, we’re kicking off the Pavilion at and will be sharing the latest science from the Special Reports throughout the two weeks. Come visit us and check out the schedule ➡️
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Heleen de Coninck Dec 2
Good reminder of the summary of the summary of the Summary for Policymakers of the .
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Daniel Huppmann Dec 6
Replying to @daniel_huppmann
Want to dive in further? Check out the notebooks used to generate figures, tables & descriptive statistics in the , using our package for analysis & visualization of scenarios -> (4/4)
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Ocean & Climate Platform Dec 7
[📢] Hans-Otto Pörtner highlights the solutions presented in the latest reports ⬇️ These 3 reports reveal the benefits of ambition and effective for
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Daniel Huppmann Dec 6
Replying to @IPCC_CH
Visit the *IAMC 1.5°C Scenario Explorer* () to look at the scenarios supporting the quantitative analysis in the and the -> (2/4)
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Climate-KIC UK & I Dec 6
TODAY at : CEO and CSO will introduce to our on-the-ground, of systemic change. 16:00 | EU Pavillion. Details:
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Jean-Pierre Gattuso Dec 5
The Chilean Minister of Science just said twice that he *welcomes* the IPCC Special Report on the Ocean and Cryosphere in a Changing Climate. Choice of words is important because delegates at did not agree to welcome the 1.5 report
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ClimateServiceCenter Dec 4
(Session 2, 3/3) ...and across countries of the Global South. Climate projections need to be used to inform vulnerability and risk assessments and guide national policy-makers in ensuring the safety of its citizens.
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Heleen de Coninck Dec 3
Exactly. Every tonne matters. Every action matters. Every year and every bit of warming
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IPCC Dec 3
Looking forward to the discussion on sustainable development compatibility with 1.5 and 2°C pathways tomorrow morning in the IPCC-WMO Science Pavilion. Find us in Hall 6. It starts at 9am.
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Heleen de Coninck Dec 3
Presenting on the and the tomorrow in an event on 1.5/2C Pathways in a Sustainable Development Context” at 9:00h in the WMO/IPCC/FCS Pavilion, chaired by also with Hoesung Lee, Koko Warner, Thelma Krug, Shuaib Lwasa and Zinta Zommers.
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ClimateHawk2 Dec 3
Replying to @BettyMcCollum04
Thank you!!! Physics and Chemistry and Thermodynamics are not up for a vote, and not up for debate. We lower GHG emissions...or we overshoot +2C warming. Air pollution is not worth this.
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ClimateHawk2 Dec 3
You wasted 50 years on denial. You wasted energy on decrepit fossil fuel monopolies and knowingly continued to contribute to GHG air pollution buildup. Your job here is done, no? You are accomplishing the overshoot of +2C warming! Congrats! You did it! +412ppm and rising!
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IPCC Dec 3
“All of the IPCC reports are highly relevant to your work.” Yesterday, Secretary Abdalah Mokssit invited members of SBSTA to engage with the latest Special Reports at . ➡️ ➡️ ➡️
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IPCC Dec 3
The IPCC at today. Here is what we are up to. The full programme of events happening at the IPCC - WMO Science Pavilion is here ⬇️
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Anne M. Martinez Dec 3
A quick reminder: every action matters, every bit of warming matters, every year matters, every choice matters
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Gerald Kutney Dec 2
Replying to @lbergkamp @IPCC_CH
You are strictly correct. However, it is not alarmist. The threat is serious as demonstrated by science, and science states that action is required now. If you have any doubts read the from the
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IPCC Dec 1
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IPCC Dec 1
World failing to reach pathways identified by consistent with 1.5°C warming, Sec-Gen @AntinioGuterres tells press conference in Madrid
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