IPCC Event at the National Academy of Sciences Annual Meeting, Washington D.C., USA

27 - 28 April 2014
The National Academy of Sciences and the Royal Society have produced a set of materials that present evidence of climate change, explain their causes, and discuss where uncertainties remain.

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The Climate Groups live twitter Q&A, featuring co-chair Chris Field

22 April 2014
Join the Climate Group online for a live Q&A; with Working Group II co-chair Chris Field. The event will take place at 4 PM GMT.

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Report launch event, Caracas, Venezuela

22 April 2014
This event is hosted by the Venezuelan National Academy of Sciences.

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Report launch event, Mexico City, Mexico

21 April 2014
This event is hosted by the Mexican Academy of Sciences and the National Academy of Sciences.

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Connecting the Dots 2014 at Stanford University: The climate, energy, food, and water nexus.

18 April 2014
This event will feature IPCC authors, building from the just-released assessments in a day of conversation on the interconnections and interactions among climate, energy, food, water, and environmental resources.

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Working Groups II and III report launch event, London, England

16 April 2014
An international climate science briefing and review for IPCC Working Groups II and III, organized by the Department of Energy and Climate Change.

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Report launch events, Beijing, China

2 - 4 April 2014
This series of events will include a press conference, business round tables, and science round tables.

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Report launch event, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil

1 April 2014
This report launch event is supported by the UN information office, the Brazilian Academy of Sciences, the National Academy of Sciences, and the UN Foundation.

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Report launch event, Johannesburg, South Africa

31 March 2014
This event is hosted by the Academy of Science in South Africa (ASSAF) with sponsorship by Nedbank.

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Indigenous-hosted release event of the WGII AR5 polar regions chapter, Kautokeino, Norway

31 March 2014
The event will focus on impacts, adaptation, and vulnerability for the residents and socio-economic structure of the Arctic and particularly for indigenous peoples.

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Press / Media Contact

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