Climate ExChange showcases practical examples of climate services

Climate ExChange showcases practical examples of climate services

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26 October 2012

In a new publication, Climate ExChange, the World Meteorological Organization shows how climate services can  help food production, disaster risk reduction, health, transport, energy and water and energy management.

The book, published by Tudor Rose, was launched at the start of a conference grouping meteorological services and users of climate services, including the health, humanitarian and engineering sectors.

The Dialogue for Climate Services Users and Providers precedes an extraordinary session of the World Meteorological Congress 29-31 October on the Global Framework for Climate Services. >> full text

 

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