Fellows in the News

Bloomberg writes, "a major new climate assessment from United Nations-backed scientists miss[ed] its scheduled publication on April 4, 2022, as disagreements over the future of fossil fuels and the role of carbon-removal technologies in efforts to fight warming temperatures pushed back the process of finalizing the report."

“Countries are bringing the ongoing battles of UNFCCC into this space,” said Doreen Stabinsky, Switzer Fellow and global environmental politics professor at the College of the Atlantic and a contributing IPCC author. “It is unavoidable, of course, and unfortunately could be really destructive to the credibility” of IPCC proceedings." 

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