By: Mark Leon Goldberg on April 06, 2007 After negotiations throughout the night in Brussels, the second installment of the report of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change is ready for publication. The Financial Times offers a good summary of the panel’s findings: Spring is occurring earlier all around the world, and glaciers are melting. The polar ice caps are also melting, sea levels are gradually rising, and wildlife are migrating. Mr Pachauri [the Panel’s Chair] said one of the most important aspects of the report was the “equity dimension” – that poor countries, which are least able to cope with climate change and which are least responsible for past emissions, are likely to be most affected by it. Read More.