In Part 11 of President Adair’s Blue Podcast, Diana Urg Vorsatz spoke to a climate researcher, a member of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) Nobel Peace Prize Laureate, and Professor CEU, about the need for an intergovernmental body on climate change and thematic sciences and Create the world.
The Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change, in short, was awarded the Nobel Peace Prize in 2007, and since then everything has been copied the way the IPCC has been transcribed on a number of topics and at the national level. Diana Urg-Forsatz said.
Climate change is a very complex field, and we often hear that it isn’t, but opinions are divided over whether or not it is caused by humans. There are suggestions that climate change is happening so far, so why are we so concerned about it now?
There are also several questions about solutions:
Could it be climate neutral by 2050? If so, how? Is nuclear energy good or renewable energy? Should forests be planted or not?
The climate researcher said that there are so many scientific findings and it is very difficult to navigate them.
He added that there are also economic interests behind these issues, and it is difficult to separate what is actually an “objective science”. Aware of this complexity, the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change was born to bring scientists together and reach consensus on this wealth of diverse scientific findings. This is done with decision-makers, which not only dust reports off the shelf but also makes decisions of historical significance.
You can listen to Part 11 of the Janus Ader podcast here:
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