Rapporti IPCC International
IPCC Full Assessment Reports compile the knowledge on climate processes, impact, adaptation and mitigation.
The reports are compiled over a range of five to seven years. More than thousand scientists around the world are involved as authors or reviewers. The reports consist of several volumes of about 1000 pages each.
The reports normally contain 3 volumes (one volume per working group: WG I, WG II, WG III), as well as a cross-group synthesis report. In addition, there is a general summary and a summary especially for policy makers.
Latest Assessment Report
The Sixth Assessment Report (AR6) of the IPCC presents the latest state of scientific knowledge. The first volume of AR6 (WG I) was published on 6 August 2021, the second volume (WG II) on 28 February 2022 and the third volume (WG III) on 4 April 2022. The synthesis report (SYR AR6) will be published later in the year.
Climate Change 2021: The Physical Science Basis (WGI AR6)
Erich Fischer (ETH Zurich), Samuel Jaccard (Universities of Bern and Lausanne), Gian-Kasper Plattner (WSL), Sonia I. Seneviratne (ETH Zurich), Martin Wild (ETH Zurich)
Climate Change 2022: Impacts, Adaptation, and Vulnerability (WGII AR6)
Carolina Adler (Mountain Research Initiative), Thomas Bernauer (ETH Zurich), Guéladio Cissé (Swiss TPH), Andreas Fischlin (ETH Zurich), Christian Huggel (University of Zurich), Veruska Muccione (University of Zurich), Rupa Mukerji (Helvetas Swiss Intercooperation)
Climate Change 2022: Mitigation of Climate Change (WGIII AR6)
Stefano Battiston (University of Zurich), Anthony Patt (ETH Zurich), Julia Steinberger (University of Lausanne), Mariama Williams (South Centre)
Synthesis Report: Climate Change 2022 (SYR AR6)
IPCC Special Reports and technical papers compile the scientific knowledge on specific climate related topics. The reports are compiled by key scientists around the world who act as authors or reviewers.
The Special Peports are generally published in full length, as a summary and as a summary for policy makers, similar to the Assessment Reports.
Latest Special Reports
The Ocean and Cryosphere in a Changing Climate (2019)
Carolina Adler (Mountain Research Initiative), Thomas Frölicher (University of Bern), Nicolas Gruber (ETH Zurich), Konrad Steffen (WSL/ETH Zurich)
Global Warming of 1.5 ºC (2018)
Hubertus Fischer (University of Bern), Annette Hirsch (ETH Zurich/University of New South Wales), Sonia I. Seneviratne (ETH Zurich), Evelina Trutnevyte (University of Geneva), Richard Wartenburger (ETH Zurich)
Eine deutsche Übersetzung bietet die Deutsche IPCC-Koordinierungsstelle an.