On IPCC AR5 WG1 report:

“Christian Aid is extremely concerned about the findings of the IPCC.  Our partner organisations, who work with poor communities living in already difficult conditions across Africa, Asia and Latin America, say millions of vulnerable people are already feeling the impacts of a changing climate and preparing for more extreme and unpredictable weather. This report demonstrates the urgent action needed to stop climate change in its tracks by committing to rapidly reducing global carbon emissions.  There is still time to prevent the worst effects, but our window of opportunity is closing rapidly and it’s the world’s poorest people who will suffer the most from our inaction.” — Dr Alison Doig, Christian Aid’s Senior Climate Change Advisor