Dutch Review Discovers Error in Climate Panel

A fresh analysis of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change of the United Nations supports the fact that global warming is a considerable threat.

However, the analysis states that that some of the review conclusions of a decisive IPCC report don’t discuss properly the "uncertainties" and "positive impacts" of climate change.

The report was released on Monday. The Netherlands Environmental Assessment Agency analyzed the summary conclusions of the part the IPCC's 2007 report.

The report of Dutch Government found that IPCC's report concerning the manner in which the climate change can impact the different parts of the world is well established.

But the Dutch report states that the conclusions of IPCCs report distinguish the most essential negative impacts of climate change.

The Dutch report revealed that there was “another significant error" in the report. The IPCC report estimated a 50% to 60% decline in output of anchovy fisheries on Africa's west coast. But the Dutch report disclosed that the report was derived from a flawed analysis of the literature references.

The Dutch report highlighted that actually there was a 50% to 60% decline in acute wind and seawater havoc and some impact on the anchovy population were not measured.