IPCC: Global warming is getting deeper
The report of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change is mindbogglingly thorough and cautious - the work of 259 top scientists from 30 countries
IPCC: Global warming is getting deeper - Telegraph
The Telegraph has provided a lot of debate on the subject over the last 24 hours, with this analysis of the mathematics of probability:
IPCC global warming report: what do the figures mean?
An IPCC report has concluded that global warming is "unequivocal" and man's involvement is "clear". Statistician David Spiegelhalter analyses the figures behind the announcement.
IPCC global warming report: what do the figures mean? - Telegraph
IPCC report: global warming is 'unequivocal' - Telegraph
IPCC report is 'full of hocus pocus science', claim sceptics - Telegraph
If you still believe in 'climate change' read this… – Telegraph Blogs
IPCC report: Sceptics guide to climate change - Telegraph
The Daily Mail has a different take on the Report:
IPCC climate change report: Humans are causing global warming but we STILL can't explain why Earth's barely got any hotter in the last 15 years | Mail Online
Whereas George Monbiot in the Guardian today also considers the intrinsic 'conservatism' of the scientific temperament:
Climate change? Try catastrophic climate breakdown | Environment | The Guardian
IPCC climate report: human impact is 'unequivocal' | Environment | theguardian.com