UN official says climate change science robust despite errors in panel report

Canadian Press: Errors in an authoritative report about the impact of global warming on Himalayan glaciers should not detract from the overall conclusions drawn in the study, the U.N. climate chief said Thursday. Yvo de Boer acknowledged that some mistakes were made in the 2007 report by the U.N.-affiliated Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change but argued that the science behind global warming was robust and that the report itself was helping countries combat it. The IPCC report warning ......

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