Wondering where to start with the new IPCC report? Look no further.

Chris Carnevale | October 1, 2013 | Climate Change

The IPCC released the first phase of its newest report last Friday and there is a lot of press on the subject. Given the volume of coverage surrounding the report’s release, I thought it would be helpful to provide a list of some of the best pieces written on the topic. Please share widely and leave a comment below if you have any other articles that you find particularly interesting. You can find the Physical Science Basis’ full report and summary for policymakers here.

Southeast Specific:

IPCC Summaries/Takeaways:

Business Angle:

IPCC Inforgraphic Debate Is OverAgriculture Angle:

How Will It Affect Me Personally?:


On The Carbon Budget:

I hope you’ve found these links to be helpful and give you a starting place for understanding the report or for sharing the information with others. We will continue to track IPCC information as new information comes out and we are looking forward to the release of the release of the other phases of the report in 2014. We are also tracking climate action closer to home with newly proposed EPA standards and will keep you up to date as developments occur.

Chris Carnevale
Chris is SACE’s Climate Advocacy Director. Chris joined the SACE staff in 2011 to help with building public understanding and engagement around clean energy solutions to the climate crisis. Chris…
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