On Friday, July 16th, at 2 pm EDT, the National Research Council will release a new report called Climate Stabilization Targets: Emissions, Concentrations, and Impacts over Decades to Millennia, which draws on the most current science available to quantify the relationships between emissions, concentrations, warming, and future impacts. The report examines the implications of a range of different greenhouse gas emission levels being discussed, including likely impacts and the potential for serious or irreversible climate changes.
According to the NRC announcement, the public is invited to join a web seminar and teleconference highlighting the report's findings presented by Dr. Susan Solomon, chair of the report's authoring committee and senior scientist at the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration in Boulder, Colorado. Following Dr. Solomon's presentation, there will be a brief question and answer session.
Though separate from their previous series of reports, tomorrow's report is related to the America's Climate Choices program.