A Look at the Group Sharing the Peace Prize 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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A Look at the Group Sharing the Peace Prize

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A Look at the Group Sharing the Peace Prize

A Look at the Group Sharing the Peace Prize

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.