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Engaging with the IPCC - how to get your research seen by decision makers

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Engaging with the IPCC - how to get your research seen by decision makers around the world.

The Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) reports are globally recognised documents that outline the projected scale of climate change, it’s impacts on people and planet, and how best to limit those impacts. Hundreds of authors from around the world and from a multitude of disciplines, contribute every c.5 years to these reports, and in turn, they are used by global policy makers to define their responses.

In this event, we will hear from two Bristol IPCC authors – Prof Dani Schmidt and Dr Jo House – who will explain how to engage with the IPCC, and recount their own experiences of the process, before opening out to discussion.

We welcome participants from all disciplines, particularly those who may not be familiar with the IPCC. The IPCC is wide-ranging and there are a plethora of questions requiring multi-disciplinary contributions. If you have research that could contribute to answering these kinds of questions, you may be eligible to submit your research:

  • What is the impact of climate change on food production? Energy? Cities? Health? The oceans? Other?

  • What should we do to adapt and mitigate against climate change?

  • What is the likely scale and rate of climate change given recent research?

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United Kingdom

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