IPCC supplementary report, 1992
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The Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change supplementary report of 1992 was published to contribute to the debate on the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change at the 1992 Earth Summit, held in Rio de Janeiro.
The major conclusion was that research since 1990 did "not affect our fundamental understanding of the science of the greenhouse effect and either confirm or do not justify alteration of the major conclusions of the first IPCC scientific assessment". It noted that transient (time-dependent) simulations, which had been very preliminary in the FAR, were now improved, but did not include aerosol or ozone changes.
- Avoiding Dangerous Climate Change – international conference (2005)
- Individual and political action on climate change
- Business action on climate change
- Energy policy
- Energy conservation
- Global climate model
- Precautionary principle
- World energy resources and consumption
- Climate Change 1992: The IPCC Supplementary Report; editors: J.T. Houghton, B.A. Callander and S.K. Varney; Cambridge University Press; 1992
- IPCC Publications / Reports: 1992 Supplementary Reports (subpages with links to PDFs of sections):
- Australia and Greenhouse Policy - A Chronology, Australian Parliament, published 1997-09-197, accessed 2007-04-24.
- Recommendations by the IPCC Task Group on New Emission Scenarios, IPCC, published 2006-03-28, accessed 2007-04-24
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