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Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC)
  • IPCC Fifth Assessment Report – The Fifth Assessment Report (AR5) will provide an update of knowledge on the scientific, technical and socio-economic aspects of climate change. – I include these links as it’s on the basis of the IPCC’s Assessment Reports that various Governments, around the world, construct their approach to the ‘battle’ against Global Warming. As you travel around the Web you will often references to various ‘doomsday’ predictions published in these Reports, so I thought you should have one place to compare both sides of the argument.
  • IPCC Fourth Assessment Report – Health warning; dedicated warmist site.
  • Debunking the IPCC – Why the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change can’t be trusted, by Donna Laframboise. It’s important to understand why people have become sceptical of the IPCC. One of the key reasons is the pretence that this organisation has some sort of scientific credibility; in point of fact, much of the background work is based on material put together by a mishmash of NGOs, often to the detriment of the actual science research supplied to the Working Groups.
  • AccessIPCC’s FAR_OUT – Canadian blogger Hilary Ostrov and Australian computer programmer Peter B. have given the climate change world a gift this week. Since March they’ve been hyperlinking and annotating the 3,000-page Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) report released in 2007 . The result is AccessIPCC.com.
  • IPCC Criticism – The Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) officially released its Fourth Assessment Report (AR4) in 2007. This document is often regarded as the definitive word on the science behind global warming. However, AR4 gives a distorted, misleading, biased and often erroneous picture. Examples of these distortions are listed here.
  • 46 statements by IPCC experts against the IPCC – Listed are just a few comments made by various scientists and others regarding the IPCC’s processes and findings.
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3 thoughts on “Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC)

  1. Hi Grumpy,

    Greetings from Beautiful British Columbia!

    Just wanted to drop by and say thanks for the likes ‘n links … and also to say, nice blog you have here 🙂

    One site you might want to add to this IPCC page of yours is AccessIPCC’s FAR_OUT (Fourth Assessment Report – Objectively Uniformly Tagged).

    This is a site developed by Peter Bobroff in Australia, that went live in December 2010, and [full disclosure] on which I worked.

    In the words of Donna Laframboise, it is “A powerful new research tool”. As she wrote in a post (which I reproduced on the AccessIPCC blog, because it is a terrific introduction and tutorial):

    Canadian blogger Hilary Ostrov and Australian computer programmer Peter B. have given the climate change world a gift this week. Since March they’ve been hyperlinking and annotating the 3,000-page Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) report released in 2007 . The result is AccessIPCC.com.

    Those of us who’ve been taking a close look at the 2007 report (also known as AR4) have identified numerous concerns. Now we have a tool to analyze it more comprehensively than ever before.

    The more than 18,000 references on which the IPCC builds its case have been coded via an automated process. This means one can now visually scan a chapter and see which citations are of potential concern. To gain a clean designation (and thus remain untagged by AccessIPCC), a reference must meet stringent criteria:

    […]

    This is Version 1 of AccessIPCC. And remember, it has been produced by volunteers. Hilary cautions us that the project is not yet complete and is “far from perfect.” Some of the codes will no doubt need correcting. (There’s a dedicated blog where discussions of that nature can take place.)

    That being said, AccessIPCC represents an enormous leap forward. We now have a more user-friendly – and immeasurably richer – way of evaluating the IPCC’s Nobel-winning report.

    AccessIPCC is currently being incorporated into another brilliantly helpful project that Peter (the wizard!) is working on – although I don’t have an estimated release date to report … but I sure hope it will be soon!

    In the meantime … other “testimonials” are available on request:-)

    Cheers,
    Hilary

    Posted by hro001 | May 1, 2013, 6:08 am

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