August 2009

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flood   WMO activities

A round-up of recent WMO activities in a variety of fields >> More

     

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World Climate Conference-3

Climate prediction and information for decision-making
Geneva, Switzerland
31 August – 4 September 2009
Geneva International Conference Centre

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Contributing to a safer and more secure world: WMO support to the Comprehensive Nuclear-Test Ban Treaty

By Peter Chen

The general public is growingly aware that day-to-day weather forecasts are made by the use of sophisticated numerical weather prediction models, and that they have evolved dramatically over the last 60 years.

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Strengthening multi-hazard early warning systems
capacities’ to save lives

Every year, disasters cause considerable impacts on lives, livelihoods and property around the world, setting back socio-economic development in many countries by years, if not decades.

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Severe Weather Forecasting Demonstration Project

At its 61st session, the WMO Executive Council decided to continue the course of improving the forecasting capabilities of NMHSs, through the successful Severe Weather Forecasting Demonstration Project.

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WMO Executive Council

Major outcomes of 61st session, Geneva, 3-12 June 2009

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Awards and Prizes

Awards conferred by the 61st session of the Executive Council
(3-12 June 2009)

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