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IPCC - Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change
The Special Report was developed under the joint scientific leadership of Working Groups I, II and III with support from WGI TSU. The IPCC is currently in its Sixth Assessment cycle. During this cycle, the Panel will produce three Special Reports, a Methodology Report on national greenhouse gas inventories and the Sixth Assessment Report (AR6).
The first Special Report, on Global Warming of 1.5 °C was considered by the Panel on 1 - 5 October 2018 in Incheon, Republic of Korea. It will be launched at a press conference on 8 October at 10:00 KST. The embargo on the material listed below will be lifted at the same time.
Climate  Science  mitigation  Adaptation 
5 weeks ago by cc2050
'Most important years in history': major UN report sounds last-minute climate alarm
By Karl Mathiesen and Natalie Sauer in Incheon

Only the remaking of the human world in a generation can now prevent serious, far reaching and once-avoidable climate change impacts, according to the global scientific community
Climate  Science  Adaptation 
5 weeks ago by cc2050
This is the way world ends: will we soon see category 6 hurricanes?
Sustained winds of over 200mph. Strips bark off trees. Black swan event in 1780.
Climate  Extremes 
5 weeks ago by cc2050
EU must end new petrol and diesel car sales by 2030 to meet climate targets – report.
climate  climatechange  from twitter
8 weeks ago by cc2050
Water resources long-term planning framework | Water UK
13 September 2016
Research shows more action is needed to protect against the growing risk of drought.
An effective response to the significant and growing risk of drought in England and Wales is possible if concerted action is taken now, according to new research published by the water industry today.
Climate  Hydrology  Adaptation 
10 weeks ago by cc2050
"World's largest offshore windfarm opens off Cumbrian coast." Good news but we need lots more.
climate  from twitter
10 weeks ago by cc2050
RBC Health & Wellbeing Board
Health & Wellbeing Board. You’ll find link on this page to both archived agenda’s and report and forthcoming committee meetings and agendas.
RCCP  Climate  Health 
11 weeks ago by cc2050
Health & Wellbeing Strategy and the Health & Wellbeing Action Plan
RBC Strategies and Policies. You’ll note on the list there is the Health & Wellbeing Strategy and the Health & Wellbeing Action Plan
RCCP  Climate  Health 
11 weeks ago by cc2050
Climate KIC Climathon
Climathon is a global movement dedicated to solving city climate challenges
Annual Climathon 24-hour hackathon - 26 October 2018
RCCP  Climate  Adaptation  Emissions 
11 weeks ago by cc2050
I really like these animations - I really DON’T like what they mean! Things are changing: l…
climate  climatechange  from twitter
12 weeks ago by cc2050
Welcome to Climate Visuals | Climate Visuals
Climate Visuals is an evidence-based image library to catalyse public engagement
Climate  Images  Highlight 
august 2018 by cc2050
What would a heat-proof city look like? Great ideas for measures in built environment.
adaptation  climate  from twitter
august 2018 by cc2050
Global Climate Report - June 2018 | State of the Climate | National Centers for Environmental Information (NCEI)
...According to NCEI's Regional Analysis, four of six continents had a June temperature that ranked among the seven warmest June since continental records began in 1910. Europe had its second warmest June on record, behind 2003...
Climate  Statistics  StateOfClimate 
july 2018 by cc2050
Greener energy generation alone will not help us reach climate goals | Imperial News | Imperial College London
Infrastructure that relies on carbon-based energy, such as the production of concrete and the majority of freight transport, is often built to last for decades. This means that unless concerted efforts are made to change these systems now, they will continue to emit carbon dioxide far in the future. These ‘residual’ CO2 emissions make a big difference in future predictions.
climate  emissions 
july 2018 by cc2050
Met Office issues heatwave alert on hottest day of year so far. . Useful graphics…
climate  extremeweather  heatwave  from twitter
june 2018 by cc2050
Antarctic ice melting faster than ever, studies show. This rate of sea level ri…
climate  climatechange  cryosphere  from twitter
june 2018 by cc2050
Scientists Say Ocean Circulation Is Slowing. Here’s Why You Should Care. | InsideClimate News
Hotter summers in Europe, changing rainfall in the tropics, hurricane risks along the U.S. coast: If Atlantic currents keep weakening, we'll feel it.
Climate  Oceanography 
june 2018 by cc2050
2017 hurricane season - review - The Weather Network
News - Truth about 2017 hurricane season, and its place in history - The Weather Network
Climate  Extremes 
june 2018 by cc2050
UK Climate Porjections 2018 (UKCP18) Newsletter
Note that the projections are due to be available in Nov 2018
Climate  Science 
june 2018 by cc2050
Catchment Climate Change Risk Assessments (CCCRAs) for the RBMP2
Catchment Climate Change Risk Assessments (CCCRA) are available for the English catchments in the River Basin Management Plans (RBMP2).
Climate  RiskAssessment  Environment  Adaptation  from notes
april 2018 by cc2050
Events - CAG Oxfordshire
Climate Action Groups in Oxfordshire
Climate  People 
january 2018 by cc2050
EXPLAINING EXTREME EVENTS OF 2016 From A Climate Perspective
Papers from the American Meteorological Society (Dec 2017).

This sixth edition of explaining extreme events of the
previous year (2016) from a climate perspective is the
first of these reports to find that some extreme events
were not possible in a preindustrial climate. The events
were the 2016 record global heat, the heat across Asia,
as well as a marine heat wave off the coast of Alaska.
While these results are novel, they were not unexpected.
Climate attribution scientists have been predicting that
eventually the influence of human-caused climate change
would become sufficiently strong as to push events
beyond the bounds of natural variability alone. It was also
predicted that we would first observe this phenomenon
for heat events where the climate change influence is most
pronounced. Additional retrospective analysis will reveal
if, in fact, these are the first events of their kind or were
simply some of the first to be discovered....
Climate  Extremes  Statistics  Science  Consequences 
december 2017 by cc2050
US Climate Science Special Report 2017
Latest update on the climate science focused on the USA. Content is similar to the IPCC global assessment reports.

"Fourth National Climate Assessment (NCA4), Volume I - This report is an authoritative assessment of the science of climate change, with a focus on the United States. It represents the first of two volumes of the Fourth National Climate Assessment, mandated by the Global Change Research Act of 1990."
Climate  Science 
november 2017 by cc2050
Asp – or ash? Climate historians link Cleopatra's demise to volcanic eruption
There are many instances of climate changes affecting history. This could be an interesting example...a telling tale for anyone with an empire.
Climate  History  Drought 
october 2017 by cc2050
Putting the environment at the heart of Brexit | Transport & Environment
Clear and very reasonable demands from this NGO to make sure the environment is not forgotten in Brexit negotiations. This includes the EU Emissions Trading Scheme, which is important in driving greenhouse gas emission cuts across the EU.
Climate  Emissions  Environment 
october 2017 by cc2050
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