Monthly Archives: February 2010

Climate Progress interviews Christopher Field and Michael MacCracken on climate change reality

Chris Field, co-chair of the next IPCC assessment of climate change impacts, adaptation, and vulnerability, and Mike MacCracken of the Climate Institute were interviewed February 3 on human-driven climate change and its potential impacts and responded to global warming “skeptics”. … Continue reading

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Questions to an IPCC co-chair on ensuring the credibility of IPCC leadership and communications

We asked Christopher Field, co-chair of IPCC Working Group II on Impacts, Adaptation, and Vulnerability: To counter the effort by the global warming disinformation campaign to discredit and delegitimize the IPCC, how will the IPCC ensure that the public and … Continue reading

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President Obama’s FY2011 Budget has 21% funding increase for USGCRP climate science research

Alongside major new investments in clean energy development, President Obama’s FY2011 Budget proposes $2.56 billion in funding for climate and global change research conducted under the U.S. Global Change Research Program (USGCRP) umbrella. This $439 increase over the FY2010 level … Continue reading

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