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Science to COP25:
Must Knows for Climate Negotiators

The pace of contemporary rise in greenhouse gas concentrations is unprecedented in climate history over the past 66 million years and weather extremes are the “new normal,” according to some of the latest findings in climate science compiled in an easy-to-read guide for negotiators, policymakers, and media for the COP25 summit in Madrid. PIK Director Johan Rockström and colleagues from Future Earth and the Earth League today presented the “10 New Insights in Climate Science” report to UNFCCC’s Executive Secretary Patricia Espinosa at COP25 in the Spanish capital Madrid. Read more...

 

Photo: Johan Rockström and Patricia Espinosa presenting 10 New Insights in Climate Science at COP25 in Madrid. 

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