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Relentless work, for no money: Southeast Asian climate scientists share their IPCC experience

Eco-Business Online
22 Mar 2022
Relentless Work

The call for action to protect humanity against global warming has never been louder, with scientists warning of untold human suffering, our compromised capacity to adapt to climate impacts, and insufficient finances to help the most vulnerable. Hundreds of researchers worked remotely on the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change’s (IPCC) report during the Covid-19 pandemic, to make a comprehensive case for world leaders to take bolder climate action. In a podcast with Eco-Business, SMU Associate Professor of Science, Technology and Society Winston Chow – one of the contributing authors for the IPCC report – discussed amongst others, the most important findings for Southeast Asia, challenges and personal sacrifices from working on the report and the value of the IPCC report.