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Climate Studies Come to the Fore at IPCC's Event in Tehran

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Members of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change took stock of the latest global challenges and the possible ways out
Iran's representative at IPCC maintains that the exposure to climate change offers an opportunity to reverse adverse trends. Iran's representative at IPCC maintains that the exposure to climate change offers an opportunity to reverse adverse trends.

Climate change and its consequences as the trigger for natural disasters are considered one of the top challenges menacing the world today.
Iran has not been an exception since it has so far been victimized by the phenomenon in numerous ways including desertification, drought and dust storms.  
This was the topic of discussion at a press conference by the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change held in Tehran on Monday at Iran Meteorological Organization, where the panel's programs and targets for Western and Central Asia were discussed.
The meeting brought together national, regional and urban policymakers, organizations, chambers of commerce, business leaders, academia, students and the media. 

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