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- Feb 2023
IPCC’s mind-bogglingly complicated 7-year review and reporting structure. Though designed to be thorough, this has no chance of keeping up.This modus operandi was established at their inception in 1988 but, as Naomi Oreskes, the Harvard science historian says, the IPCC ‘set the bar of proof too high’ for their vital advisory role.
- IPCC’s 7 year review process is thorough but at the bc same time guarantees that its findings are already dangerously outdated by v the time they are released to the public.
- What might be more useful is to have current research reviewed by a global trans-disciplinary board and decisions made on monthly summaries
- Could systematic application of human assisted AI speed things up?