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Media Advisory: NGO experts to brief reporters on the Synthesis of the IPCC's Fifth Assessment Report

On Saturday, NGO experts will brief media under embargo on the synthesis of the IPCC's Fifth Assessment Report which governments have been finalizing in Copenhagen this week. 

Speakers will decode the key findings into plain English, pull out the major themes and outline the implications for politicians as we move towards a comprehensive climate action agreement between all countries, for which this report will be the scientific underpinning.

Date and time: Saturday, November 1, 3pm CET  which is 2pm GMT and 10am EST. 

Please note information from this briefing is embargoed until 11am Copenhagen time time (10:00GMT) on Sunday November 2 when the IPCC report will be formally launched.

Location: 

The Copenhagen Island Hotel Conference Rooms, Kalvebod Brygge 53 DK-1560 København V,  across the road from the IPCC venue, the Tivoli Convention Centre. 

To Join via Webcast:

To join the teleconference, please join online here: www.uberconference.com/climateactionnetwork or dial the relevant telephone number for your country listed below and enter the conference number: 855-534-4477 followed by the # key when requested. A full list of available telephone numbers can be found here:https://www.uberconference.com/international

If your country is not listed, and you cannot join via internet browser, please contact us. 

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