Published: September 18, 1995
The picture of probable disruption, including adverse changes and some that are beneficial, emerges from draft sections of a new assessment of the climate problem by the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change and from interviews with scientists involved in the assessment. The panel, a United Nations group of 2,500 scientists from around the world, advises parties to a 1992 treaty that are negotiating reductions in heat-trapping greenhouse gases like carbon dioxide.
*A “striking” retreat of mountain glaciers around the world, accompanied in the Northern Hemisphere by a shrinking snow cover in winter.
Since the IPCC made these brilliant predictions, the Northern Hemisphere has had five of the six snowiest winters on record
The IPCC has nothing to do with science. They get everything wrong, and then the next time around claim that their abject model failures gave them more confidence in their models.