Tell the BBC to cover the IPCC report as fact, not debate.

The latest section of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change report, Assessment Report 5 Part 2, is due to be released on Monday 31st March.

This critical report is the most comprehensive and authoritative investigation into the impact of climate change ever undertaken. Following the IPCC's report last year into the physical science of a warming world, this new report sets out the impacts on humans and ecosystems. And its conclusions are already known to be alarming.

The findings of this report will help to shape every government's policy on climate change. Or at the very least, it should.

This is why media coverage of it needs to be accurate and supportive of the science. We risk wasting more time debating an issue that we know to be fact, rather than getting on with tackling it.

The BBC are a public service, paid for by us, and we need them to uphold their obligation to us by reporting the IPCC's finding accurately.

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