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The IPCC has produced the most comprehensive assessment of climate change ever. The Fifth Assessment Report (AR5), is the work of 830 expert authors from 85 countries and its first three volumes already stretch to 5,000+ pages. Now, the Climate and Development Knowledge Network and the Overseas Development Institute have released a succinct guide to the assessment for decision-makers in Latin America.

Latin America AR5 Toolkit

Alongside the What’s in it for Latin America report, CDKN presents a ‘Media Toolkit’, a bundle of resources freely available for training, educational and reporting purposes, to encourage understanding of the report worldwide.

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These images are free to use by journalists under an exclusive license in conjunction with articles on the contents of What's in it for Latin America.

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Presentation Slides

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To encourage a dialogue on What's in it for Latin America, these image slideshows can be used by anyone for training and discussion purposes.

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Guidelines for using the Media Toolkit

Guidelines for using the AR5 Toolkit

Infographics and presentations

The infographics and presentations offered as part of the Media Toolkit are intended to be used for educational purposes and to generate discussion around the reports.


The images presented in the Media Toolkit are free to use by journalists when reporting on What's in it for Africa, South Asia, SIDS, Latin America and the IPCC’s Fifth Assessment Report. However, they are licensed only for this purpose, so to monitor access to the images, we require that interested parties submit their details to be granted permission to download the images.

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