Saturday, April 5, 2014

Video - Review of the Salient Findings in the IPCC AR5 WGll



This brief BBC video summary of the second part of the IPCC AR5 report reviews the overwhelming evidence that humans are experiencing the effects of climate change. The report was released at the end of March and it indicates that some of these impacts are already baked in. However, it warns that if we act soon (mitigate and adapt) we can avoid some of the more catastrophic consequences.

A tiny number of skeptical climate scientists disagree with the virtual consensus and refuted the vast majority of the data calling the second part of the IPCC AR5 report "alarmist." Despite the views of these skeptics, the fact remains that of the 13,950 peer reviewed scientific papers on climate change only 24 question the veracity of anthropogenic global warming.

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