Hoesung Lee elected new chair of IPCC climate panel

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Lee, an energy economist specialising in climate change, succeeds Rajendra Pachauri

The Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) has elected a new chair, confirmed yesterday as South Korean Hoesung Lee. Lee is an economist specialising in climate change and an advocate of carbon...

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