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Towards a more integrated role for early career researchers in the IPCC process

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Gulizia,  Carla
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Langendijk,  Gaby
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Huang-Lachmann,  Jo-Ting
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de Amorim Borges,  Pablo
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Flach,  Rafaela
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Githaiga,  Cicilia
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Rahimi,  Mohammad
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Gulizia, C., Langendijk, G., Huang-Lachmann, J.-T., de Amorim Borges, P., Flach, R., Githaiga, C., Rahimi, M. (2020): Towards a more integrated role for early career researchers in the IPCC process. - Climatic Change, 159, 1, 75-85.
https://doi.org/10.1007/s10584-019-02604-5


Cite as: https://publications.iass-potsdam.de/pubman/item/item_4909899
Abstract
The involvement of early career researchers (ECRs) has been limited during the past Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) assessment cycles. We conducted a global survey among ECRs and interviewed key experts of the IPCC process. Our results show that ECRs are highly motivated to become actively involved in the IPCC process but face a number of barriers to contribute. Mutually beneficial ways forward on how ECRs could contribute are outlined here, and recommendations to implement these paths are suggested to IPCC as well as to ECRs. Concluding, we show that ECRs have great potential to actively contribute to the IPCC process for the continuity of the IPCC as well as to climate science in general.