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Topic: Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change
Can Australia kick its coal habit by 2040?

Can Australia kick its coal habit by 2040?

The IPCC report says we need to get out of coal by 2040. It's a stark proposition for the political class, but can we do it? Absolutely.

Surprise, the Oz wrong on global warming (again)

Surprise, the Oz wrong on global warming (again)

The recent argument that the 2-degree limit cannot be translated into emission goals and budgets is unconvincing and demonstrates a deep ignorance of modern scientific developments, write climate scientists Bill Hare, Michiel Schaeffer and Carl-Friedrich Schleussner.

IPCC puts more heat on Abbott’s anti-science climate policies

IPCC puts more heat on Abbott’s anti-science climate policies

The IPCC says action on climate change is urgent but affordable. The Abbott government says it will "wait and see", all the while dismantling the mechanisms that could achieve higher targets.

Risk? What risk? The fossil fuel industry walks both sides of the street

Risk? What risk? The fossil fuel industry walks both sides of the street

The IPCC report says climate change impacts are occurring now, and the risks of greater impacts need to be managed. The fossil fuel industry relies on politicians and business to ignore those risks.

New IPCC report: all you need to know

New IPCC report: all you need to know

Brace yourself for more extreme weather, warns the latest report from the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC). It makes for concerning reading, says Amber Jamieson.

Renewable energy can power (nearly all of) the world

Renewable energy can power (nearly all of) the world

Nearly 80% of the world’s energy needs could be met by renewable energies by 2050, according to a new report by the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC), writes Amber Jamieson.

IPCC warned: focus on the science, not policy

IPCC warned: focus on the science, not policy

It’s been a gloomy year for the UN’s Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) and a damning review of its processes and procedures released this week wouldn’t have helped lift the fog. Amber Jamieson explains.

The IPCC truth: flawed, but don’t believe everything you read

The IPCC truth: flawed, but don’t believe everything you read

Reading some of the media coverage on the report into the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change, you'd think it had condemned the IPCC for gross misrepresentation of the climate science. Climate scientist Andrew Macintosh cuts to the truth.

Silence from media on IPCC apology

Silence from media on IPCC apology

The Sunday Times has apologised for its sham IPCC ‘Amazongate’ story. But will The Oz, the ABC, Fairfax and many other outlets do the same?

Climate science: a field in crisis

Climate science: a field in crisis

The entire field of climate research is facing a crisis of confidence, says Der Spiegel. Can scientists save themselves in time to save the planet?