A Look at the Group Sharing the Peace Prize

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Al Gore may be the big name getting the Nobel Peace Prize, but half of the award is going to the United Nations Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change — or IPCC. The once obscure body is having its moment in the spotlight. Its thousands of scientists from around the globe can now say they got a piece of a Nobel Prize.



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