The IPCC plays a key role within the climate change regime, synthesizing large volumes of climate change research and communicating the findings to policymakers. At this event, co-organized by PIK, Harvard University and Stanford University, experts discuss problems and challenges that the IPCC faces beyond the 2015 Paris climate summit. The panel addresses two key questions: Is the IPCC doing the right things, and is the IPCC doing things right?
This video was produced by Peter Wood, Ph.D., and filmed/edited by Ben Crowe
You can find our written report and photographs from this event here: iisd.ca/climate/cop21/enbots/9dec.html#event-1
For more information, please see the article that formed the basis of the presentation: “IPCC at a Crossroads: Opportunities for Reform” (Carlo Carraro et al, Science, Oct 3, 2015): scholar.harvard.edu/files/stavins/files/stavins_et_al_ipcc_science_151002.pdf?m=1443798311