Each IPCC member government has a National Focal Point that has been identified by the relevant authorities in the country. IPCC National Focal Points prepare and update the list of national experts to help implement the IPCC work programme. The full list of the IPCC Focal Points is available here
Focal Points or their representatives meet in Plenary Sessions of the Panel at least once a year. More information on the Plenary Sessions and related documents is here. Reports of the meetings of the IPCC Bureau are available here. Reports of the meetings of the Executive Committee are available here.
The IPCC establishes different Task Groups to address specific issues. Currently, the Panel has one Task Group and an Ad-Hoc Task Group:
View the Task Group page here
A repository for all official procedural documents guiding IPCC activities can be found on the Procedures page here The IPCC’s processes and procedures are constantly being reviewed and updated to ensure that they remain strong, transparent and reliable. For recent changes to IPCC procedures and related information see the Review of Processes and Procedures page that covers all the recent changes to IPCC procedures approved by the Panel in the period 2010-2012.