IPCC Explainer: The Science of Climate Change
Do you want to understand the latest IPCC report minus the report?
By John Lang@johnlangab
If a picture is worth a thousand words, a 750,000 word IPCC report is logically worth 750 pictures.
This is the first of four infographic explainers John is creating on the IPCC's Sixth Assessment Report 2021-22 so they can become accessible to a broader audience.
If you fancy using one of the above explainers or assets for yourself (or your classroom), drop him a note over email or Twitter. He can provide them in various formats.
IPCC WGI Report
- Cheng et al. Upper Ocean Temperatures Hit Record High in 2020 (2021)
- Friedlingstein et al. Global Carbon Project (2021)
John would like to thank the countless number of people who offered feedback and provided suggestions, most notably ECIU's Richard Black and Gareth Redmond-King, and Oxford University's Steve Smith.
Thanks also to the Net Zero Lawyers Alliance (NZLA) for its support. Without NZLA convincing John this was needed, it wouldn't exist.