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United Nations negotiators struggle to get a global agreement for reducing the world’s CO2 emissions, which would stabilise atmospheric CO2 level and keep the temperature rise below 2°C.


Climate scientists explain why this negotiating work is important:

Climate Change as seen by UN negotiators and scientists


Martin Manning talks about some of the challenges faced by the IPCC and its scientists from his perspective as head of the Support Team for the IPCC Working Group I (Science of Climate Change) for the Fourth Assessment Report, released in 2007.

Inside the IPCC