Advisory Group on Greenhouse Gases | Wikipedia audio article


The Advisory Group on Greenhouse Gases, created
in 1985, was an advisory body for the review of studies into the greenhouse effect. The group was created by the International
Council of Scientific Unions, the United Nations Environment Programme, and the World Meteorological
Organization to follow up on the recommendations of the International conference of the Assessment
of the role of carbon dioxide and of other greenhouse gases in climate variations and
associated impacts, held at Villach, Austria, in October 1985.The seven-member panel included
Swedish meteorologist Bert Bolin and Canadian climatologist Kenneth Hare.The group held
its last meeting in 1990. It was gradually replaced by the Intergovernmental
Panel on Climate Change

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