Full IPCC Working Group I report published

The full contribution of Working Group I to the 5th assessment report (AR5) of IPCC is published online

Working Group I of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) has now finalised its full report Climate Change 2013: The Physical Science Basis. It is published online on Thursday 30 January 2014, together with the first- and second-order drafts, review comments on these drafts and the responses by author teams to these comments, as well as extensive additional material.

Teaser: Full IPCC Working Group I report published

Working Group I of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) has now finalised its full report Climate Change 2013: The Physical Science Basis.
The Summary for Policymakers of this report was approved in Stockholm on 27 September 2013 and released that day. The Technical Summary, Chapters of the report and selected Annexes were released on 30 September 2013 in the accepted version of the 7 June final draft. Since then the full report, which consists of – besides the Summary for Policymakers – a Technical Summary, 14 Chapters and six Annexes including an Atlas of Global and Regional Climate Projections, has been
copy-edited and laid out in preparation for publication. It has also been adjusted, as agreed, for consistency with the approved Summary for Policymakers, in accordance with IPCC procedures, and errors have been corrected.

Besides the report itself, the package to be published online on 30 January includes the first- and second-order drafts of the report, review comments by expert and government reviewers on the drafts, and the responses by the Working Group I author teams to those comments, as well as extensive additional material.

The report will be published online on the IPCC homepage and on www.climatechange2013.org.

The full report will be published in book form by Cambridge University Press in the next few months.



For more information contact the IPCC Press office [1] (Jonathan Lynn) or the IPCC Working Group I Media Contact [2] (Pauline Midgley).



Source: IPCC Secretariat, Geneva, Switzerland

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