Sources of the IPCC report 2018

In the following all sources summarised in the report by IPCC (2018) are provided. This illustrates how thorought the IPCC prepared their report “Global Warming of 1.5 ºC”. In this report scientific facts about causes and consequences of 1.5°C to 3°C global warming are summarised and it is shown what we need to do to stay below the 1.5°C threshold, in order to prevent irreversible consequences for human kind.

CHAPTER 1

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