IPCC responds to critics

IPPC member governments have agreed measures to strengthen its credibility and integrity after recent events which were seen to have undermined the organisation’s reputation

Member governments of the UN’s Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) have agreed measures to strengthen its credibility and integrity after recent events which were seen to have undermined the organisation’s reputation.

At its annual plenary meeting, held this year in Abu Dhabi, policies were signed off on conflict of interest, dealing with errors, handling scientific uncertainty and use of so-called grey literature which has not been peer reviewed. Use of NGO or government reports will still be allowed but media, blogs and online social networks are not acceptable sources of information.

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