Issue Date: Sep 30, 2010
IN ALL probability, the Inter-governmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC)’s 32nd plenary between October 11 and 14 in Busan, South Korea, will be overshadowed by a 100-page report on its workings. The InterAcademy Council (IAC), a multinational organisation of science academies that reviewed the workings, has asked IPCC to bring method to its climate change research and assessment. The council reviewed the processes and procedures IPCC adopted at the behest of the UN and the global body on climate change. IAC submitted its report in end August.
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