DECC invites UK experts to express their interest in helping to scope a special report for the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC)
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The IPCC are producing a special report on climate change and the oceans and the cryosphere (SROCC). The UK Focal Point, based in the Department of Energy and Climate Change (DECC), invites expressions of interest from UK experts to participate in the scoping of this special report.
The scoping meeting will be held in the week of 5 December 2016 at a venue to be confirmed.
Applications have now closed.
The Scoping Meeting
The Scoping Meeting will result in a draft Scoping Paper describing the objectives and an annotated outline of the Special Report as well as the process and timeline for its preparation. The Panel, at its 45th Session to be held in March 2017, will review the draft Scoping Paper and will decide on further IPCC work on this Special Report.
Participation in the Scoping Meeting for this Special Report will be decided by the IPCC and does not imply the participant will then be selected as an author. Author selection will be carried out by a separate, later, process.
The UK Focal Point (DECC) will submit nominations meeting expertise criteria and minimum application standards for this meeting as described by the IPCC.
Participant selection for the meeting will be made by the IPCC Working Group Bureau in consultation with the Working Group Co-Chairs. In selecting the tightly limited number of scoping meeting participants, consideration will be given to the following criteria: scientific, technical and socio-economic expertise, including the range of views; geographical representation; a mixture of experts with and without previous experience in IPCC; gender balance; experts with a background from relevant stakeholder and user groups, including governments.
DECC is unable to guarantee travel & subsistence support for attendance at the scoping meeting. A level of assistance may be considered for exceptional cases, only once other reasonable potential avenues of sources of support, such as the applicant’s employer and learned societies to which the applicant belongs, have been exhausted.
Applicants may seek such support from the team of the IPCC UK Focal Point by contacting email@example.com for further information on the process. Applications will be considered on a case-by-case basis only after formal invitation to the meeting by the IPCC has been received and in advance of the meeting.
Published: 4 July 2016