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Press Reaction to IPCC Report

IPCC Website

The Report: Climate Change 2013: The Physical Science Basis

Summary for Policy Makers

UN: Ban Ki-moon Statement

BBC: IPCC climate report: humans 'dominant cause' of warming


IPCC: Despite hiatus, climate change here to stay

Why reducing emissions may not be enough

The Guardian:

IPCC climate report: the digested read

Is the IPCC right on climate change? Just ask the world's farmers, Observations by farmers in Africa, Asia and Latin America

IPCC: 30 years to climate calamity if we carry on blowing the carbon budget

Climate change? Try catastrophic climate breakdown

Comment: The new IPCC climate change report makes deniers overheat

Observer editorial: No more denial. Time to act on climate change

Global warming deniers are foolish to put their faith in God

In tackling climate change, solar power must be at the forefront of research into non-carbon energy sources

Climate change study finds Australia suffers more than most G20 countries

Global warming can have a positive side, says UK environment minister

'Carbon budget' talks urgent, warns Lord Stern

IPCC climate change report: a scientist's story

The Economist: It's still our fault

The New York Times: U.N. Climate Panel Endorses Ceiling on Global Emissions

New Scientist: Climate report 2013: Your guide to the big questions

The Independent: IPCC report: The financial markets are the only hope in the race to stop global warming

The Telegraph:

Climate change report: extreme weather to become more common

Row over IPCC report as nations 'try to hide lack of climate change’

Climate change: this is not science – it’s mumbo jumbo

Environmentalists guide to climate change

Daily Mail: MIT scientist ridicules IPCC climate change report, calls findings 'hilarious incoherence' Climate Activists Need to Dial Back on the Panic

Environment 360, Yale: Has the U.N. Climate Panel Now Outlived Its Usefulness?

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