August 30, 2010 — A new report from the InterAcademy Council, an organization of the world’s science academies, including the U.S. National Academy of Sciences, says that the process used by the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change to produce its periodic assessment reports has been a success overall, but that IPCC needs to reform its management structure, strengthen its procedures, and become more transparent to handle increasingly complex climate assessments and greater public scrutiny. The report was released today at the United Nations.
- IAC website
- UN webcast
- Full report (PDF 1.57 MB)
- News release (PDF 79 KB)
- Opening Statement by Harold T. Shapiro (PDF 22 KB)
- Statement by UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon
Source: WhatsNew@NationalAcademies.org Sept. 13, 2010