09 May 2019
The Climate Science Advisory Group will provide scientific advice to the Secretary-General, Deputy Secretary-General, Special Envoy and Deputy to the Special Envoy to guide the preparations for the 2019 Climate Action Summit. This includes advice on scientific studies and findings to raise awareness of key scientific facts with leaders, policymakers and other stakeholders. They will also provide guidance to the coalitions leading the nine workstreams of the Climate Action Summit. Rogelj will be joined by ten world-leading scientists, including:
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