"Report Aims to Clarify Climate Risk for Diplomats"

"A team of climate scientists, seeking to remind the negotiators who will hammer out a new climate treaty of what is at stake, has produced  The Copenhagen Diagnosis, a summary of the latest peer-reviewed science on the anticipated impacts of human-driven global warming. In an interview,  Richard Somerville, a climatologist at the University of California, San Diego, and a past contributor to the  Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change, said the case for climate change as a serious risk to human affairs was clear, despite recent  firestorms over some data sets and scientists’ actions."

Andrew C. Revkin reports in Dot Earth for the New York Times November 24, 2009.

See Also:

"Climate Change Quickens, Seas Feared up 2 Meters" (Reuters)

"Climate Science Update: From Bad To Worse" (AFP)

Full Report: "The Copenhagen Diagnosis"

"2009 'On Course To Be the Fifth Hottest Since Records Began'" (London Telegraph)

Wednesday, November 25, 2009