Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC)

Description

The Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC), created in 1988, provides assessments for governments in the world regarding the scientific basis of climate change, evaluating its causes, impacts and risks. The IPCC’s scientific and objective background serves as a key foundation for governments to implement new policies regarding climate change.

Extensive discussion of the root science behind an often dramatized international issue allows governments to make more concrete and effective plans, as well as enriching society on the scientific facts of climate change.

In this committee, delegates will partake in research-oriented discussions relating to the complex and pressing issue of climate change, creating holistic assessments for governments to work from.

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