Press Events

Introduction to IPCC Working Group I Communication and Outreach activities.

The outreach of IPCC WGI is carried out through various instruments including visual products, press releases, accessible and concise summaries, fact sheets and a series of events.
IPCC Working Group I has produced a powerpoint presentation for outreach purposes. It is based on the figures and approved text from the WGI Summary for Policymakers with some additional information on the process.
The list below presents some of the activities organised by or with the participation of IPCC Working Group I (WGI). Copies of presentations can also be found under most entries.


2015 Press Events


Air Pollution: The choking hazard that isn’t silent anymore!

Face masks that cover the nose and mouth aren’t a new development of a viral pandemic like COVID-19. In a shockingly large number of cities worldwide, masks have been a part of public hygiene for a long time. These are everyday items for a lot of Asian communities.  The reluctance to travel without masks comes…

Ozone Depletion: The Thinning of the Earth’s Protective Blanket

What is the ozone layer?  The ozone layer is one of the outer layers embedded in the Earth’s atmosphere and is composed of a naturally occurring molecule called the ozone. The ozone, consisting of three oxygen atoms, is a molecule that makes up the gaseous layer in the Earth’s upper atmosphere, known as the stratosphere.…

5 Ways Global Warming Is Affecting Our World Today

We all know global warming is real, but what does that mean? What are the symptoms of global warming? How can we prevent it? This article will discuss how global warming affects our world today, including which parts of the world are weak and how even something as simple as your daily driving can lead to dangerous…

Delving Into the Intricacies of Climate Change

Though politics and other entertainment news often make headlines, nothing can replace the vitality of climate and its impact. Every alternate day you would find some environmentalists talking about the importance of preserving the planet and positively impacting the overall environment. In addition, meteorologists across the globe report certain cyclones, storms and natural disasters that…

Our Common Future Under Climate Change, Paris

Location: Paris, France Date: 7-10 July 2015 The scientific conference “Our Common Future under Climate Change” (CFCC15) covered the full landscape of scientific knowledge on climate change. The largest international science conference before COP21, with close to 2,000 participants from almost 100 countries, CFCC15 explored current understanding of all dimensions of the climate change challenge plus the…