IPCC Virtual Press Conference on Impacts, Adaptation and Vulnerability scheduled on 28 February 2022

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IPCC Virtual Press Conference on Impacts, Adaptation and Vulnerability scheduled on 28 February 2022



The Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) will hold a virtual press conference to present the Summary for Policymakers of the report Climate Change 2022: Impacts, Adaptation and Vulnerability at 7:00 pm (Philippine time) on Monday, 28 February 2022. The tentative programme is available on the IPCC website.

The press conference will be streamed live on the IPCC YouTube channel: https://bit.ly/WGIIYTLive and on UN Web TV.

This latest report is the Working Group II (WG2) contribution to the IPCC’s Sixth Assessment Report (AR6). While the Working Group I released last year focused on the physical science of climate change, WG2 focuses on the implications and potential future risks of climate change, as well as the options for adaptation and mitigation.

Download a primer by the OML Center on WG2 and its significance to the Philippines.

The OML Center, in collaboration with the Manila Observatory, National Resilience Council, and the UPLB Interdisciplinary Studies Center for Integrated Natural Resources and Environment Management (INREM), will also be holding an online stakeholders’ briefing on March 3 that features the three Filipino authors of the WG2 report: Dr. Rodel D. Lasco (OML Center), Dr. Juan M. Pulhin (UPLB-INREM) and Dr. Rosa T. Perez (Manila Observatory). The briefing will focus on the key  findings of the report through the featured IPCC authors from the Philippines and their initial analysis on the implications for the Philippines. 

Register to attend the event at https://tinyurl.com/rr9fshsj.

In 2021, the OML Center also published a primer on WG1, highlights of the findings relevant to the Philippines, and a synthesis of the implications for Philippine businesses.