23 May 2022 05:11

Special Report on Global warming of 1.5°C (SR15)

Chapter 1: Framing and Context
 Last NameFirst NameRoleGenderCountryCitizenshipCurrent Affiliation
ALLENMylesCLAMUKUKUniversity of Oxford
DUBEPaulineCLAFBotswanaBotswanaUniversity of Botswana
SOLECKIWilliamCLAMUSAUSAcity university of new york - hunter college
ARAGóN-DURANDFernandoLAMMexicoMexicoProgram on Sustainable Development El Colegio de México
CRAMERWolfgangLAMFranceGermanyMediterranean Institute for Biodiversity and Ecology (IMBE), Batiment Villemin
HUMPHREYSStephenLAMUKIrelandLondon School of Economics and Political Science
KAINUMAMikikoLAFJapanJapanInstitute for Global Environmental Strategies
KALAJatinLAMAustraliaAustraliaMurdoch University
MAHOWALDNatalieLAFUSAUSACornell University
MULUGETTAYacobLAMUKEthiopiaUniversity College London
PEREZRosaLAFPhilippinesPhilippinesNATIONAL PANEL OF TECHNICAL EXPERTS - CLIMATE CHANGE COMMISSION
WAIRIUMorganLAMFijiSolomon IslandsPacific Centre for Environment and Sustainable Development
ZICKFELDKirstenLAFCanadaGermanySimon Fraser University
ELGIZOULI IDRISIsmailREMSudanSudan
FISCHLINAndreasREMSwitzerlandSwitzerlandETH Zurich
GAOXuejieREMChinaChinaInstitute of Atmospheric Physics, Chinese Academy of Sciences
Chapter 2: Mitigation pathways compatible with 1.5°C in the context of sustainable development
 Last NameFirst NameRoleGenderCountryCitizenshipCurrent Affiliation
JIANGKejunCLAMChinaChinaEnergy Research Institute, National Development and Reform Commission
ROGELJJoeriCLAMAustriaBelgiumInternational Institute for Applied Systems Analysis (IIASA)
SHINDELLDrewCLAMUSAUSADuke University
FIFITASolomoneLAMTongaTongaPacific Community
FORSTERPiersLAMUKUKUniversity of Leeds
GINZBURGVeronikaLAFRussiaRussiaInstitute of Global Climate and Ecology Roshydromet and RAS
HANDACollinsLAMKenyaKenyaTechnical University of Kenya
KHESHGIHaroonLAMUSAUSAExxonMobil Research and Engineering Company
KOBAYASHIShigekiLAMJapanJapanTransport Institute of Central Japan
KRIEGLERElmarLAMGermanyGermanyPotsdam Institute for Climate Impact Research
MUNDACALuisLAMSwedenChileLund University, International Institute for Industrial Environmental Economics
SÉFÉRIANRolandLAMFranceFranceCNRM, Centre National de Recherches Météorologiques, Météo-France/CNRS
VILARIÑOMaria VirginiaLAFArgentinaArgentinaArgentinean Business Council for Sustainable Development
FLATOGregoryREMCanadaCanadaEnvironment and Climate Change Canada, Canadian Centre for Climate Modelling and Analysis
FUGLESTVEDTJanREMNorwayNorwayCenter for International Climate and Environmental Research Oslo (CICERO)
MRABETRachidREMMoroccoMoroccoInstitut National de la Recherche Agronomique (INRA)
SCHAEFFERRobertoREMBrazilBrazilUniversidade Federal do Rio de Janeiro
Chapter 3: Impacts of 1.5°C global warming on natural and human systems
 Last NameFirst NameRoleGenderCountryCitizenshipCurrent Affiliation
HOEGH-GULDBERGOveCLAMAustraliaAustraliaUniversity of Queensland
JACOBDanielaCLAFGermanyGermanyClimate Service Center Germany (GERICS) Helmholtz Zentrum Geesthacht
TAYLORMichaelCLAMJamaicaJamaicaUniversity of the West Indies
BINDIMarcoLAMItalyItalyUniversity of Florence
BROWNSallyLAFUKUKUniversity of Southampton
CAMILLONIInésLAFArgentinaArgentinaCentro de Investigaciones del Mar y la Atmosfera (CIMA) - University of Buenos Aires - CONICET
DIEDHIOUAronaLAMCote d'IvoireSenegalInstitut de Recherche pour le Developpement / Université Félix Houphouet Boigny
DJALANTERiyantiLAFJapanIndonesiaKendari City Government
EBIKristieLAFUSAUSAUniversity of Washington
ENGELBRECHTFrancoisLAMSouth AfricaSouth AfricaUniversity of the Witwatersrand
GUIOTJoelLAMFranceFranceCNRS / CEREGE
HIJIOKAYasuakiLAMJapanJapanNational Institute for Environmental Studies
MEHROTRAShagunLAMUSAIndiaThe World Bank, Washington DC and The New School, New York
PAYNEAntonyLAMUKUKUniversity of Bristol
SENEVIRATNESoniaLAFSwitzerlandSwitzerlandInstitute for Atmospheric and Climate Science, ETH Zurich
THOMASAdelleLAFBahamasBahamasUniversity of The Bahamas; Climate Analytics
WARRENRachelLAFUKUKUniversity of East Anglia
ZHOUGuangshengLAMChinaChinaChina Meteorological Administration
MARENGO ORSINIJose AntonioREMBrazilPeruCEMADEN
PEREIRAJoy JacquelineREFMalaysiaMalaysiaInstitute for Environment and Development
SHERSTYUKOVBorisREMRussiaRussiaAll Russian Research Inst. of Hydrometeorological Information, World Data Center
Chapter 4: Strengthening and implementing the global response to the threat of climate change
 Last NameFirst NameRoleGenderCountryCitizenshipCurrent Affiliation
DE CONINCKHeleenCLAFNetherlandsNetherlandsEindhoven University of Technology, Technology, Innovation and Society Group, Atlas Building
REVIAromarCLAMIndiaIndiaIndian Institute for Human Settlements (IIHS)
BABIKERMustafaLAMSaudi ArabiaSudanSaudi Aramco
BERTOLDIPaoloLAMItalyItalyEUROPEAN COMMISSION
BUCKERIDGEMarcos S.LAMBrazilBrazilUniversity of Sao Paulo
CARTWRIGHTAntonLAMSouth AfricaSouth AfricaAfrican Centre for Cities (UCT)
DONGWenjieLAMChinaChinaSun Yat-sen University
FORDJamesLAMCanadaCanadaDept of Geography, McGill University
FUSSSabineLAMGermanyGermanyMercator Research Institute on Global Commons and Climate Change
HOURCADEJean-charlesLAMFranceFranceCNRS/CIRED
LEYDeboraLAFGuatemalaMexicoLatinoamérica Renovable ECLAC
MECHLERReinhardLAMAustriaGermanyInternational Institute for Applied Systems Analysis (IIASA)
NEWMANPeterLAMAustraliaAustraliaCurtin University
REVOKATOVAAnastasiiaLAFRussiaRussiaHydrometeorological Research Centre of Russian Federation (Hydrometcentre of Russia)
SCHULTZSethLAMUSAUSAThe Resilience Shift
STEGLindaLAFNetherlandsNetherlandsUniversity of Groniningen, Department of Psychology
SUGIYAMATaishiLAMJapanJapanThe Canon Institute of Global Studies
ABDULLAAmjadREMUAEMaldivesInternational Renewable Energy Agency (IRENA)
BOERRizaldiREMIndonesiaIndonesiaCenter for Climate Risk and Opportunity Management, Bogor Agricultural University
HOWDENMarkREMAustraliaAustraliaAustralian National University,
ÜRGE-VORSATZDianaREFHungaryHungaryCenter for Climate Change and Sustainable Energy Policy (3CSEP), Central European University
Chapter 5: Sustainable development, poverty eradication, and reducing inequalities
 Last NameFirst NameRoleGenderCountryCitizenshipCurrent Affiliation
ROYJoyashreeCLAFThailandIndiaAsian Institute of Technology
TSCHAKERTPetraCLAFAustraliaAustriaUniversity of Western Australia
WAISMANHenriCLAMFranceFranceIddri (Institut du Développement Durable et des relations Internationales)
ABDUL HALIMSharinaLAFMalaysiaMalaysiaInstitute for Environment and Development, Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia
ANTWI-AGYEIPhilipLAMGhanaGhanaKwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology
DASGUPTAPurnamitaLAFIndiaIndiaInstitute of Economic Growth
HAYWARDBronwynLAFNew ZealandNew ZealandUniversity of Canterbury; ISSC; NZRS
KANNINENMarkkuLAMFinlandFinlandUniversity of Helsinki, Viikki Tropical Resources Institute (VITRI)
LIVERMANDianaLAFUSAUSAUniversity of Arizona
OKEREKEChukwumerijeLAMUKNigeriaUniversity of Reading
PINHOPatricia FernandaLAFSwedenBrazilUniversity of Sao Paulo
RIAHIKeywanLAMAustriaAustriaInternational Institute for Applied Systems Analysis (IIASA)
SUAREZ RODRIGUEZAvelino GumersindoLAMCubaCubaResearch Centre for the World Economy
KRAKOVSKASvitlanaREFUkraineUkraineUkrainian Hydrometeorological Institute
PICHS MADRUGARamónREMCubaCubaCentro de Investigaciones de Economía Mundial (CIEM)
SáNCHEZ RODRíGUEZRobertoREMMexicoMexicoEl Colegio de la Frontera Norte