The Second Roshydromet Assessment Report on Climate Change and Its Consequences in the Russian Federation (2014) has been issued in four parts: General Summary (in Russian and English), Technical Summary and the Main Volume.
The team of contributors included lead experts from research institutions of Roshydromet, Russian Academy of Sciences and universities. Similarly to the First Assessment Report on Climate Change and Its Consequences in the Russian Federation (2008) the new one is based on peer-reviewed periodicals and continued editions, scientific monographs, proceedings of scientific conferences and special scientific reports published upon decisions of scientific editorial councils and boards. Observational data from the federal observing network of Roshydromet as well as from scientific projects implemented under various international and national research programmes were widely used in the Report. The Report is intended primarily for policy authorities that develop and implement national climate policy and programs on sustainable development of territories and regions of the country. It is also of interest for professional analysts and practitioners specializing in the field of climate change and related problems, and for educational institutions.
The report is downloadable here.