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Topic - Harold T. Shapiro
The U.N.'s embattled climate change panel must make "fundamental changes" to avoid future errors and charges of bias, according to a comprehensive independent review released Monday.
"Operating under the public microscope the way the IPCC does requires strong leadership ... and a commitment to openness if the value of these assessments to society is to be maintained," said Harold T. Shapiro, president emeritus at Princeton University and chairman of the committee that wrote the report.