Climatologists warn the strange manifestations of weather

Extreme weather conditions (such as the Russian heat wave of 2010 or the drought in the Horn of Africa) will become more frequent and severe as the heating of the planet, warns a new report by the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change.

Certain areas of the world may become uninhabitable.

This is the summary of the report, promulgated specifically for politicians at the plenary session of the IPCC in Kampala (Uganda). The full report on which two years of work for more than one hundred scientists, try to take into account the thousands of published

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Reports on climate associated cases of heat and flooding to climate change

According to two reports, published last week, researchers today are increasingly confident that the periodic bursts of heat and an increase in rainfall associated with human causes — from emissions of greenhouse gases are causing an increased risk for the entire population of the world.

On Wednesday, the IPCC — Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (the United Nations Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change — IPCC) published a 594-page report, which suggests that, according to the meteorological observations since 1950, there have been a "change in the direction of some of the extremes , "which is partly due and global

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Earths climate: not bad, and very bad

10.08.2004

10.08.2004

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The process of global warming are far more rapidly than scientists believed until recently. According to a report released by the International Council of the UN Climate Change (IPCC), by the end of this century, the average global temperature will rise by 5.8 degrees — nearly twice as much as anticipated even five

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Ocean levels rising to 60% faster than previously thought

Rate of sea level rise in the last 20 years was 60% higher, as evidenced by calculations made five years ago by the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC), shows a study published by a team of scientists from Germany, France and the U.S. in the journal Environmental Research Letters.

The scientists compared the growth projections of global temperature and sea level rise, which are listed in the third and fourth assessment report of IPCC (published in 2001 and 2007) with satellite measurements of their actual values.

"The global temperature continues to rise at a rate that is well in

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UN Expert Group on Climate has worked on the bugs

The Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) at the June adopted new procedures work — began their review after two years in the report of the Nobel winners, errors were detected solutions IPCC published on its website.

Winter 2010 IPCC publicly acknowledged that the text of the Fourth Assessment Report (AR4) in 2007 have errors. The most famous of which is the assertion that the glaciers in the Himalayas are retreating faster than anywhere else, and that they may disappear by 2035. The source of these data were not articles in scientific journals, and the report WWF, which, in turn,

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We are waiting for planetary catastrophe?

Environmentalists Potsdam Institute for climate change have concluded that sea levels will rise by 60 per cent faster than the world scientists predicted earlier. Every year for the last 20 years, sea levels rose by 3.2 millimeters instead of the expected two. Such rapid growth can talk about the imminent planetary catastrophe.

Previous forecast of sea level change was made by the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC). However, the German experts together with their colleagues from France and the U.S. have denied previous IPCC conclusions. Recent findings are based on a comparison of the forecast increase in global

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