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June 2017

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The Met Office has announced plans to publish its gridded climate monitoring products under an “open” license on 31 July. The United Kingdom believes that there is high value in making this move, which will...

The winners of the Global Competition for Youth-led projects on Floods and Droughts – organized by the Water Youth Network in collaboration with the joint WMO/Global Water Partnership Associated Programme on Flood Management (APFM) and...

Low-cost air pollution sensors are an exciting opportunity for atmospheric chemistry research and are a potentially disruptive technology for air pollution monitoring. Mid June, the Scientific Advisory Group on Reactive Gases of the Global Atmosphere...

Significant progress has been made over the past decade to improve our understanding of droughts and their impacts. However, several questions remain, including the real costs to a country’s economy, and whether the price of...

The European Centre for Medium-Range Weather Forecasts (ECMWF), a long-standing partner of WMO in capacity building, is now applying its numerical weather prediction expertise to help assess operational capabilities in WMO Member States and Territories....

The WMO Severe Weather Forecasting Demonstration Project (SWFDP) is now being extended to the Eastern Caribbean islands. SWFDP launched in 2006 in 5 Southern African countries, and now serves more than 50 countries globally, providing...