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After a week of meetings in Sweden, the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change has come to a consensus. (SOUNDBITE) (English) INTERGOVERNMENTAL PANEL ON CLIMATE CHANGE (IPCC) WORKING GROUP 1 CO-CHAIR, THOMAS STOCKER, SAYING: "Human influence on the climate system is clear." A new report by the IPCC says it is extremely likely that humans have been the dominant contributor to observed warming. In numbers, "extremely likely" means a probability of at least 95 percent. The report warns the impact of greenhouse gas emissions would linger for centuries and that the Earth is set for further warming, sea level rising and more. United Nations Secretary General Ban Ki-moon says the report provides new evidence for governments to take action. "This new report will be essential for governments as they work to finalise an ambitious legal agreement on climate change in 2015." A recent U.N. deal stipulates that governments reduce emissions by the end of 2