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WMO publishes policy documents, technical regulations with annexes and guides for the National Meteorological and Hydrological Services of Members.
Meteoterm is WMO terminology database. It contains specialized terminology in six languages: Arabic, Chinese, English, French, Russian and Spanish. It includes the International Meteorological Vocabulary, the International Glossary of Hydrology and terms from related sciences that appear in WMO documents.
Public-Private Engagement Publication No. 1 Origin, Impact and Aftermath of WMO Resolution 40 In 2020, WMO celebrates its seventieth anniversary, and its community is again presented with both opportunities and...
“We venture by the present circular to invite the heads of Meteorological Institutes, the Meteorological and other Learned Societies, as well as private scientific men and practical observers in the...
Start date25 March 2020
End date26 March 2020
Location: Lima, Peru
Start date29 March 2020
End date2 April 2020
Location: Oman, Muscat
Relevant Information: IBFWS Information Note for participants Reference Material: The WMO Strategy for Service Delivery Multi-hazard Early Warning Systems: A Checklist - Outcomes of the first Multi-hazard Early Warning Conference,...
Over the last years, WMO, in cooperation with various partners, has been developing a new approach for greater engagement between the public, private and academic sectors operating in the global weather enterprise. In 2018 and 2019 – at the 70th Session of its Executive Council and the 18th Session of the World Meteorological Congress – WMO refined guidance and policies to encourage and enable Members to pursue mutually beneficial partnerships and engagement with all sectors and stakeholders in order to enhance weather, climate and water services for business, individuals and society as a...
Start date18 November 2019
End date23 November 2019
Location: Islamabad, Pakistan
The Earth system is undergoing changes, with profound effects on the life it sustains. Subsequently the global agenda – the 2030 Sustainable Development Goals, the Paris Agreement on climate change, and the Sendai Framework for disaster risk reduction – reflects a strong focus on both immediate and long-term risks related to extreme weather, climate and water. The weight of responsibility is on the global meteorological, climatological and hydrological communities to embrace new ways of partnership and collaboration for a rapid advancement of science and service capabilities as a response to...