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"wmo" Discussed on Podcast RadioViajera

Podcast RadioViajera

03:25 min | 2 months ago

"wmo" Discussed on Podcast RadioViajera

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"wmo" Discussed on Podcast RadioViajera

Podcast RadioViajera

04:43 min | 2 months ago

"wmo" Discussed on Podcast RadioViajera

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World Now Likely to Hit Watershed 1.5 °C Rise in Next Five Years

UN News

00:49 sec | 4 months ago

World Now Likely to Hit Watershed 1.5 °C Rise in Next Five Years

"Are increasing that the average global temperature will rise beyond one and a half degrees celsius above pre industrial levels. In at least one of the next five years. The agency has announced in a new report. Is you don't thursday the world meteorological organization. Wmo said that there was a forty percent chance that the watershed global warming. Mark will be met by twenty twenty five and these also are increasing with time head of the agency. Professor petrie talos warned that increasing temperatures meant more melting ice higher sea levels more heat waves and other extreme weather along with great impact on food security health the environment and sustainable development the world meteorological organisation. Secretary-general also native that. It was now possible to track greenhouse gas emissions back to their sources in order to slash emissions and achieve carbon neutrality.

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"wmo" Discussed on NEWS 88.7

NEWS 88.7

01:38 min | 4 months ago

"wmo" Discussed on NEWS 88.7

"Fang NPR NEWS Beijing The World Meteorological Organization says that Planet Earth is getting closer to a worrying benchmark. That benchmark is 1.5 degrees Celsius of global warming. NPR's Rebecca Herscher explains. Scientists warn that humans must limit overall global warming to no more than 1.5 degrees Celsius. The WMO estimates. There's about a 40% chance Earth will hit that threshold temporarily in the next five years, which is the first step toward sustained warming of 1.5 degrees. Randall Cerveny is a climate scientist at Arizona State University. He says 1.5 degrees might sound like a small number, but it's a very, very, very, very big number and we we need to be concerned about for context. The Earth was only six degrees cooler during the last ice age. So the effects of a small change in temperature can be enormous. It's already happening Last year, the U. S smashed its previous record for billion dollar weather disasters. Rebecca Herscher. NPR NEWS You're listening to NPR news from Washington. Live from news 88 7 in Houston. I'm Kyra Buckley, The Texas lieutenant governor is asking the governor to call a special session in June to tackle GOP priorities that died in the regular session. Government reporter Andrew Schneider says one of those bills could have major ramifications for Houston and Harris County. Among other measures, Lieutenant Governor Dan Patrick wants lawmakers back to pass Senate Bill 10 restricting local governments.

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"wmo" Discussed on UN News

UN News

06:35 min | 5 months ago

"wmo" Discussed on UN News

"Vis is matt wells at us news latest research from the world meteorological organization wmo shows that climate change is not slow down during the pandemic and that action to reverse increasing greenhouse. Gas emissions is more urgent than ever ahead of the leaders summit on climate convened by the united states on thursday. Here's wmo meterologist. Laura patterson learning the main findings of the un agencies state of the world climate twenty twenty report. Speaking to you news. Daniel johnson said the main findings of the state of the climate twenty. Twenty reports are alarming. Definitely the headlines really are that all climate change indicators have continued at pace routes twenty twenty despite what we may have hired about how the pandemic confinement measures have stopped fossil fuel emissions and a lead to a reduction in in concentrations or anything like that. This report really shows that all the climate indicators have continued unabated on their trajectory of climate change so that means more. Co two more conducted in the atmosphere than last year the season continuing to warm up. How about this arctic anomaly whereby with warmer temperatures over the polls is that still going on. Yes exactly the polls in the arctic is warming over around about three times as fast as the rest of the planet last year. This report also shows that the arctic has an exceptional year. There is a really good study that showed that actually the siberian heatwave that took place in the first half of twenty twenty would have been virtually impossible without climate. Change was spaghetti six hundred times more likely because of anthropogenic climate change which is really quite remarkable and just bearing in mind that the secretary general of the united nations stepped in to add his weight to the level of concern he. He warned that the world was being on the edge of an abyss. After reading the findings of your report. You share that summary of the situation. They united nations secretary. General really was exactly right in his call on this report in. That really does matter. And that's the interesting thing about the report. It combines both the climate indicators the science of how our climate is changing but it also really twins out with what the impacts of been what the weather events around the world have been through twenty twenty and how that's really affected people and livelihoods across the planet. And how does the world meteorological organization intend to turn to cool for twenty twenty one to be the year for action into that action. So i think as secretary general guitarists highlighted yesterday. Actually we've got technology we've got the means. We bought the economics on our side in a way. We actually now know that sold. He explaining yesterday that to develop new solar energy plants is actually cheaper than developing maintaining old coal plants. So we really do actually have a lot of the technology on our side to be able to move forward and what we really need is political. Will this solidarity. He said for countries to come together and agree to move towards this united vision of what we should be doing instead. Is it too soon to say how leaders might react to these findings world meteorological organization. Because you've got the virtual leaders summit on climate coming up this week. Well i think definitely over the past few years. We've seen leaders really starting to come together on this issue. I think we've seen a global recognition of the impetus of this issue particularly from. We started off with the youth. Didn't we in the streets and we had our united nations climate summit in two thousand nineteen. And i think we really are seeing a ramping up of sola diety to actually address this problem. We saw even just earlier this week. The us and china making that agreed statements in statement of intent to jointly address. This and i think that will continue to see more of that particularly this week with the. Us climate summit right. So what's this space. Fun question to laura patterson from the world meteorological organization. What is it that you really want countries to do. I mean obviously no country is the same. And perhaps there's a focus on less developed countries needing better tools to equip themselves for zero emissions future. So whilst we certainly need to focus as we've spoken about focusing on that zero who i think the head of the world meteorological organization petrie talis was explaining that whilst we do need to reach net zero. We are already locked into some level of climate change. We're already one point. Two degrees of industrial times and actually the impacts of weather and climate events are going to continue and we really need to because of that risk. We need to step up and scale up our actions on adaptation one powerful way of addressing adaptation to climate change and to better prepare for climate. Change is to invest in early warning systems on the science that underpins those and what professor was explaining. Is that actually even though we know that early warning systems can deliver tenfold benefits ahead of whether climate disaster. We still don't have global coverage of these early warning systems and even more we have underpinning observations that are vital for these. We have large capacity gaps particularly in small island developing states. And that's really an area that the world meteorological organization is trying to garner support to address 'em filling some of these observation gaps that will support early warning distance. Can you just explain to me. How the early warning system data helps us understand. Climate change then so whether climate observations are really a global public goods that we rarely hear by the unbeknown to many people across the planet every three hours billions of observations are being ingested from across our planet being ingested into supercomputers to then develop to than be ingested into our weathering climate models trillions of calculations to predict weather forecasts around our world and this depends on globally signed up to agreements that we will even exchange these this data without fail every three hours and to be able to create operational weather forecasts. And this really is a the quality of our forecast really does depend on these underpinning dacians and the observations feed into the models of see the models then produce the forecasts which then allows us to create early warnings and alert people to whatever weather and climate disasters is about.

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Do not use weather as a basis to relax COVID-19 control measures, UN agency urges

UN News

00:30 sec | 6 months ago

Do not use weather as a basis to relax COVID-19 control measures, UN agency urges

"U n where the experts on thursday cautioned that warmer temperatures returning to part of the northern hemisphere should not be seen as a trigger to relax measures to halt the spread of coronavirus the world meteorological organization. Wmo said in a new report that contrary to popular assumptions about warm weather. Dampening viral spread infections. Rose late last spring. There is no evidence that this year would be any different. Wmo maintained adding that evidence did not support the use of meteorological and air quality factors as a basis for governments to relax

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"wmo" Discussed on Weather Geeks

Weather Geeks

08:38 min | 6 months ago

"wmo" Discussed on Weather Geeks

"Some time too. So you can see. He has a broad range of of background and experience. Forgot the part about me working on air myself back in the day in you. Maratha interesting. we didn't quite captured in our production notes. That but what where. Where did you work on air. It was a station of kym. A tv was nbc affiliate in yuma arizona. Which isn't i like to say is was not the very bottom of the barrel in terms of market dna the the market size I think it was one seventy six at the time. And maybe there's about one ninety two hundred or so but you know what happened. There is so kind of fast forward. I was in saint cloud at saint cloud state pursuing my bachelor's in meteorology and german as you mentioned i neglected to mention that as well which was interesting because When i told people that i was double majoring in meteorology german. Always kind give me this kind of told their head the strange look and think well. Are you planning to give the weather on some sort of german weather channel. I don't really doesn't really compute because everybody is you know when you tell them. You're meteorology major. They just assume you're going to go into broadcast on tv What channel. You're exactly and then when you say german as well as which which came because i mean you know again it true to the my my father who who had developed an interest in german not that he had any areas but he was really interested in that when he was in grad school had had tried even at a young age to to foster interest in my sister. Me it really took a with me and And i studied abroad at saint through a program that saint cloud state had at the time at city hall. Ingolstadt bavaria. which is actually rowdiest is headquartered. It's about an hour. North of munich lived with a host family. There with one still in touch with was amazing experience. And when i came back i was only three. I take these three one credit courses that were required for all a german major is to be able to qualify for major already pursuing meteorology. And i thought what the heck wider i just you know i'll tack undetermined major as well and initially. I was interested in When i applied for grad school in indiana a few years later i was thinking. How could i combine. The two. And i was thinking about you know places like the wmo or maybe doing some some some climate center or the dean's in In in germany. That didn't nestle pan out but it is interesting. How sometimes the german does come into play occasionally including with the book because And we'll get maybe diving with that in a minute. But i don't want to jump to fast forward into the story of cleveland abbe. But but there was a period in his life when he was living in working in In in russia just south of saint petersburg at an observatory in a place called polka which still existed in have actually A corresponded with some folks dare to end researching the book. It was run at the time. The observatory was run by a some basically a dynasty of of astronomers with the last name struve. Ast are uv. who are german prussian. Their prussian germans were called the That area that came from And but they ran the observatory of one father Film who passed away just before ugly. Abby arrived there and then his son auto shrew was the director and of course. German was their Their their their their language that they used and abby new some of that and learned it and he became close friends with a with one of the The younger members of that family and their correspondents between the two of them in german. That are part of the cleveland abbe. Papers at the library of congress upon which. I relied very heavily in the book. And so so i won't say that Translated and went through every single one of them. But there were a few where i you know he Documents or Pieces of correspondence. That i did. You know sit down and try to see what what exactly they were saying. So it's interesting because my daughter actually as a junior in high school and she's in german for right now supposed to visit germany but it. I'll pass that along before. We really dive into the book. Though curious question is there something in meteorology career wise it. You haven't done that you've always morning. Well i mentioned working. You know going to the wmo in geneva. You know. that's a good question. Marshall i mean i'm not gonna not gonna sit here and try to say that i'm ever going be the the You know a great research meteorologist. I didn't go on for for dr. There are many people much much better at the calculus and differential equations then The than i ever was will be. But i do think i've had a pretty fulfilling career thus far. And i you know i get it back to the broadcasting. That was something that i i had initially planned on when i set out to To major in meteorology and it just so happened that you know that continued to that interest continue to grow. I was very interested. Had in public speaking. The in on speech team in high school actually went represented by school at the state tournament in a category called great speeches. I wrote a speech about a speech. That robert kennedy gave the day after. Martin luther king was assassinated. And there's a famous speech that he gave Later that That day Oh no this is There was a speech that he gave earlier I don't know if you know the story that That rfk was actually in route to believe it was that Where when when king was a sandwich got word with king was assassinated. I think he actually got word after he landed and he made an impromptu speech to a group of african american. I wanna say they were garbage. Chuckle collectors indianapolis that night was impromptu and and his advisors advised him not to talk about this and said. Don't talk about this because it's going to incite then there's gonna be riots and everything it is you may well know there were riots throughout the united states. That night in indianapolis was one of the scenes that did not go up in flames. And i think a large part. Because of kennedy's talking in the next day his speechwriters had a chance to To be a little more put some pros to to paper and And and wrote him a very eloquent speech that he gave it the city club. A city club luncheon in cleveland and it was called a time of shame and sorrow and it was a very powerful speech. My coach at the time had brought it to me the beginning my senior year of the speech. I want you to do a speech about analyzing the speech. Giving some excerpts of it and i did and Ended up going to the state tournament. And and so i think really going into the decision to go into broadcasting later on was kind of a marriage of interest. And maybe talent if you will and with my My background meteorology. So i i you know i was really glad and fortunate to be able to have that experience. I didn't end up pursuing a career in broadcasting. As i thought i would at the time. But i've done a number of things have given me a maybe a more fulfilling career in terms of the the breadth of what i've been able to accomplish of going back to indiana to finish up my masters degree. Shortly after my by timing in yuma on air and That was in More applied climatology and that led to A position add one of the regional climate centers the southeast regional climate center which is now in North carolina believe at nc state at the time in north carolina. Actually oh the university of thank you okay. So the time. When i worked there it was actually south. Carolina at columbia at it was housed in the department of natural resources. And i worked there for a couple of years and it was a great experience because that led to some Some some friendships relationships mentorships. If you will. I'm thinking and i know you know and Matt parker will we all We lost of berry prematurely. A couple of years ago Became a good friend and he helped inspire me and really really push me to get my c. c. certified consulting meteorologist observations..

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Polar Vortex causes extreme freezing globally in February

UN News

01:29 min | 7 months ago

Polar Vortex causes extreme freezing globally in February

"Polar vortex was responsible for the freezing conditions in the state of texas at last month. Your weather experts of said before warning of a worrying increase in global carbon dioxide levels spokesperson cleanliest from the world meteorological organization. Wmo told journalists during a regular briefing in geneva that the united states shiver through its coldest february since one thousand nine hundred nine thanks to the natural phenomenon to do with vortex. This is an area of low pressure cold air surrounding the polls. It normally keeps that the optic woman air and lower latitudes weakened this winter that meant that he called egg Sitting out the object woman by contrast went into pods of the optic minnelli's added that no less than sixty two all time. Daily called minimum temperature records were broken in the united states from february. The eleventh to this extinct. According to the national oceanic and atmospheric administration february temperatures were also well below the one thousand ninety one to twenty twenty average over much of the russian federation and north america. But they were well. Above average over parts of the arctic and from north west africa to southern europe and china the un agency also cautioned that although february was a relatively cold month. This does not negate the long-term warming trend from climate change. Cold records are becoming rarer in contrast to heat temperature records and heat waves. We expect this trend to continue. Wmo said in a statement

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"wmo" Discussed on Weather Geeks

Weather Geeks

01:50 min | 9 months ago

"wmo" Discussed on Weather Geeks

"I certainly have an opinion on that. What is that the greek. The greek names have got to go. I think this is. I think this is gonna come back to bite us at some point. You make you at this year Being what happens when you have a greek name storm that really hits a large populated area and does major destruction. And you don't retire. That truly use it again People are gonna be traumatized by that. it's just She's not a wise thing to do. I don't think so. I like to see a sub list of names That could agree nays. I would just like to see a secondary list of names that we can go to like to see us ad. You know the other letters that we don't use us at all the choose the edmund by the way you have even in some other basins they have sub list as you're talking about you look at some of the central westpac with pacific. They do so. I think i think there's momentum building around this discussion. I've heard you said on shot. Nate johnson of nbc. Also whether brains. I heard him talking about it. So perhaps there's movement towards this it have to happen. I guess at the world year lodge organization. Wmo in hurricane center level. I i think they have to have this discussion. I think it's been brought to the forefront this year. If it's not addressed i think it just becomes a bigger issue there. What happens if you have to team storm. That would have to retire. Beta two thousand five beta yet in two thousand twenty three. You know what. I mean all these you know kind of just being name only retired things you keep using the same name that you shouldn't be using again so i think it has to change. How quickly they can get that done. I don't know because it takes the wheel of a lot of different countries. I in the atlantic basin to to get on board here but i.

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"wmo" Discussed on Italian Wine Podcast

Italian Wine Podcast

04:12 min | 10 months ago

"wmo" Discussed on Italian Wine Podcast

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"wmo" Discussed on UN News

UN News

03:47 min | 10 months ago

"wmo" Discussed on UN News

"This is the news in brief from the united nations levels of carbon dioxide co two in the atmosphere hit a new record of four hundred and ten point five parts per million in two thousand nineteen the world meteorological organization wmo has said in its annual greenhouse gas bulletin the un agency announced the concentrations of co two are expected to keep rising this year. This is despite a slight reduction in emissions. Owing to the covid nineteen pandemic carbon dioxide is the most important of several greenhouse gases that trap heat in the atmosphere and contribute to climate change. Its levels have risen by forty eight percent since pre industrial times. Wmo said in a press conference. Here's oxana tarassova. Wmo chief of atmospheric and environment research division speaking to a news conference in geneva which we have now in the atmosphere is accumulated scenes. Seventeen fifty so it's every single beat which would put in the atmosphere since that time. Actually foods the current concentration. It's not what happened today or yesterday. That's a whole history or the human economic and human development which actually lead us to this global four hundred tiem. Wmo secretary-general petrie. Talas said that. Caveat nineteen related lockdowns were expected to reduce this year's carbon dioxide emissions by between four and seven percent. This was despite the fact that pandemic lockdowns limited people's mobility but not their consumption of energy the un agency explained to yemen now and a dire warning from un children's fund unicef that youngsters are greater risk than ever as the country's slowly inches towards famine in her message unicef executive director henrietta. Four said that despite the agency's best efforts it cannot hold back. The tide indefinitely more than twelve million children need humanitarian assistance in yemen which has been locked in a widening civil conflict since two thousand fifteen in addition nearly three hundred and twenty five thousand children under the age of five suffer from severe acute malnutrition and fighting to survive. Miss four said adding that more than five million face a threat of color and acute watery diarrhea. The unicef chief urged all parties to the conflict to keep children out of harm's way and allow unhindered access to communities in need as their duty under international humanitarian law. Miss fort also called on donors to step up with urgently needed additional funds highlighting a gap of almost three hundred million dollars humanitarian aid alone will not avert a famine. No end the crisis. She said before calling for the war to end and support for the economy to help yemenis rebuild their country. A high level pledging for development conference in afghanistan got underway in geneva on monday. Where you and rights chief. Michelle bachelet has appeal to all parties to the conflict. Do more to save lives and commit to peace with a ceasefire in her message. To some seventy countries taking part ms bachelet said that more than two thousand civilians have been killed so far this year and nearly four thousand injured. She also urged the government and taliban representatives taking part in the peace negotiations in doha to make immediate commitments to safeguard civilian life. This move could save thousands of families from suffering lesson recruiter nations and bolster confidence and trust among negotiators. The high commissioner said she called on all armed actors to end attacks on and around hospitals and schools and to stop using them as military bases in his message to delegates. You in refugee chief. Filippo grandi also urged the international community to remain committed to the country. He also called for greater support for afghan refugees internally displaced and returnees at the end of his five day visit to kabul and the provinces of bamiyan and won the upward trend of violence which included killing maiming terrorizing displacing afghan civilians. Every day must be stopped immediately. Mr grandy said noting that it was the main driver of displacement daniel johnson un news..

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Carbon dioxide levels hit new record; COVID impact 'a tiny blip'

UN News

01:23 min | 10 months ago

Carbon dioxide levels hit new record; COVID impact 'a tiny blip'

"Levels of carbon dioxide co two in the atmosphere hit a new record of four hundred and ten point five parts per million in two thousand nineteen the world meteorological organization wmo has said in its annual greenhouse gas bulletin the un agency announced the concentrations of co two are expected to keep rising this year. This is despite a slight reduction in emissions. Owing to the covid nineteen pandemic carbon dioxide is the most important of several greenhouse gases that trap heat in the atmosphere and contribute to climate change. Its levels have risen by forty eight percent since pre industrial times. Wmo said in a press conference. Here's oxana tarassova. Wmo chief of atmospheric and environment research division speaking to a news conference in geneva which we have now in the atmosphere is accumulated scenes. Seventeen fifty so it's every single beat which would put in the atmosphere since that time. Actually foods the current concentration. It's not what happened today or yesterday. That's a whole history or the human economic and human development which actually lead us to this global four hundred tiem. Wmo secretary-general petrie. Talas said that. Caveat nineteen related lockdowns were expected to reduce this year's carbon dioxide emissions by between four and seven percent. This was despite the fact that pandemic lockdowns limited people's mobility but not their consumption of energy the un agency

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"wmo" Discussed on The Cincinnati and Dayton Sports Podcast

The Cincinnati and Dayton Sports Podcast

02:56 min | 10 months ago

"wmo" Discussed on The Cincinnati and Dayton Sports Podcast

"My god. Twitter introduced stories. I can't believe i'm never stories. I just have already used twitter. Fleets we're name but hey it's pretty useful for me. I've ever used it a couple of times if you wanna go follow on twitter. It's syndey pod for the podcast and elite. Wmo and for yours truly. We got a lot to talk about. Hopefully it's not another two hour episode but no promises so glad you're joined with me again. For another episode of local cincinnati dayton ohio sports again not heard on dayton radio like i mentioned got a lot of state title winners to talk about. We got high school football playoffs. In fact this weekend is the last weekend of football playoffs. In ohio and second last indiana and football playoffs. Start tonight in kentucky. We'll talk all about that. We'll talk about ice hockey starting game tonight and talk about reverse retro nhl jerseys because yes we talk about the blue jackets on this podcast from time to time. And i think i'm going to be quite in the minority about the blue jackets reverse retro jerseys. Spoilers i like them. We'll talk some college football. We'll talk some college basketball. We'll talk a lot of things and we'll also talk about some locals in the nba draft. That was a couple of nights ago. That's hard to believe. But i it's time to talk about football. Like imagine this upcoming weekend is the last weekend in the st ohio four football and one division as already crowned the champion now i mentioned division one since there's not a lot of teams compared to all the rest of the divisions in ohio. They ended a week early but still very exciting game and bring it home first. Cincinnati the saint xavier bombers or your twenty twenty division one ohio high school athletic association football champs. How the bombers do it well. They won forty four to three against pinton central and that was the scored the half. If i'm not mistaken doubt say next winning now. That's not a big surprise to make a saint acts. Like i mentioned has a great team. And in fact i really wish i saw princeton and saint ex battle for you know if princeton did beat elder. But that didn't happen. And instead of his elder saint ex round too. But i mean say acts i mean. We're talking about pickering central team that most people around columbus said all. This looks like a college team and saint acts just dropped a bomb on them. Baby now nevada reference to that song but big win for saying accent pretty much foot on the pedal and kept on going so big win for saying x..

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‘Potentially catastrophic’ impact in Central America from new hurricane: UN

UN News

01:27 min | 11 months ago

‘Potentially catastrophic’ impact in Central America from new hurricane: UN

"Hurricane. Iota which has made landfall in central america could have potentially catastrophic consequences communities their un agencies warned. On tuesday there are fears that the storm will bring more devastating winds torrential rainfall and landslides to correct you in honduras and the neighbors who already reeling from hurricane. Eater earlier this month cleanliness from the world meteorological organization. Wmo told journalists in geneva that hurricane iota is the thirtieth named tropical storm of the atlantic hurricane season. I automate landfall less than two weeks. After hurricane eater which was also a very strong category four hurricane late landfill just twenty five kilometers apart so having these huge impacts hitting basically the same area nicaragua honduras about of central. America have not recovered from hurricane. Ito announced that being slammed. By this new terrific powerful hurricane the office for the coordination of humanitarian affairs said that aid workers in central america was still discovering the extent of damage from the hurricane. It warned that the situation was potentially catastrophic and developing rapidly because the soil had already been saturated by eta damage assessments are being constantly revised as access improves to the most affected areas added with three million people affected in honduras by this month. Storms and more than nine hundred thousand people directly suffering from eta in guatemala

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Northern Hemisphere just had its hottest summer on record

UN News

00:44 sec | 1 year ago

Northern Hemisphere just had its hottest summer on record

"Northern Hemisphere has just had its hottest summer and warmest August on record the world meteorological. Organization WMO said on Tuesday confirmation of these scorching conditions comes amid ongoing devastating wildfires. West Coast data from the US National Oceanic and atmospheric administration at Noah, shows that from June to August temperatures were two point one one degrees Fahrenheit or one point one seven degrees Celsius above average according to w spokesperson Clare Nautilus the Five Warmest Summers full the northern hemisphere have happened since two thousand fifteen globally August, was the second warmest on record at one point six. Nine Fahrenheit or not point nine, four Celsius above the twentieth century average of sixty point one Fahrenheit or fifteen point six, Celsius

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UN agency laments northern summer's 'deep wound' to Earth's ice cover

UN News

01:02 min | 1 year ago

UN agency laments northern summer's 'deep wound' to Earth's ice cover

"Climate warming in the Arctic has caused tremendous diminish over the summer months and the European of suffered to you and weather experts said on Tuesday in an update to coincide with the start of autumn in the northern. Hemisphere. The World Meteorological Organization WMO reported major impacts on ice shelves and. Heat records in the polar region included one on Norway's Svalbard archipelago the town of Longyearbyen hit twenty one point seven degrees Celsius seventy, one degrees Fahrenheit on the twenty fifth of July shattering the previous record had stood for forty one years also this summer the UN agency noted that an eighty one kilometer square portion of the milne ice shelf broke off producing the total area by forty-three percent. Warm conditions have also been seen in the European. Alps. The UN agency said with similar consequences temperatures in the absolute fact increased by two degrees, Celsius twentieth century, and the damage that this caused has been amplified by decrease in Snow Ice Cover, which has revealed Daca Rox that absorb more Saudi radiation.

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"wmo" Discussed on ASHISH RAJPOOT

ASHISH RAJPOOT

05:32 min | 1 year ago

"wmo" Discussed on ASHISH RAJPOOT

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Breaking the wrong kinds of records: 2019 state of climate report

UN News

10:20 min | 1 year ago

Breaking the wrong kinds of records: 2019 state of climate report

"Several climate records were broken in two thousand nineteen across the world including unprecedented temperature highs and extreme weather events ahead of the launch of the World Meteorological Organization's flagship report. Wmo's statement on the state of the global climate in two thousand and nineteen the agency. Secretary-general Patera tell us. Sat Down with Ben Maller from you and news and started by outlining some of the main points from the study. For example we have Highest concentration of carbon dioxide in past three million years and the measurement survey showing that last year. We we again. Having Having Higher Gordon Thracians from carbon dioxide than the previous year. Shame is happening for for me. Which is the second most important greenhouse gas and we have seen the warming of the temperature continued and we have broken several. Reads NOT AMBULATORY COHORTS IN AUSTRALIA? In several West European countries and also elsewhere last year was the warmest euro regard since eighteen fifty. Then we have seen we have stored more than ninety percent of the extra heat. The Ocean send an awesome. Seawater is Is Record warm because of that? And that's giving more. Nfc for the tropical tropical storms sea level rise continues and it has been boosting so we have seen an increase in the sea level rise also also last last year the glacier's melting worldwide. And we have especially been melting the glacier greenland which is contributing to sea level rise and and also the melting. Glaciers are melting and. That's bad news when it comes to Freshwater released to the major rivers Sir in the world come having written from Malaya's absurd and Ian tweets and rocky mountain so that's bad news for the freshwater resources for agriculture and for human beings and industry so all in all climate saints continues and we have also seen a record breaking forest fires like in Australia. It's very had before that record breaking temperatures and android and we have seen also severe drought in in Mexico Caribbean in some parts of Europe and also Southam South African countries. So all in all records have been broken. Bad died records. How confident are you that governments around the world have really caught onto the seriousness of this message so that they could take the right action for sake of the people around the world? I think that the way honest is Is higher than ever but the accent is sir very much missing. Countries made their parish blitzes and to fifteen and that would mean three degrees warming story beyond the parish. One point five two degrees and and and so far. The countries haven't been fulfilling their research glitzy so severe not moving towards one point five to decrease which is the Paris limits north towards three degrees with with the blitzes. The country's made we are moving the worst four to five degrees by the end of the sensory. They're clearly a need for for higher ambition level of if we are serious with climate mitigation. There is a target for all Governments. All the people everybody concerned to try and turn the situation around by the year twenty fifty which is the deadline for that shipment of the sustainable development goals. Is that still realistic with all? These bad records be have also seen but it the development there for example private sector is more and more interested in in in being part of the solution and we have also studying finance sector moving their investments from fossil business to watch the watch more sustainable business and and also the you would movement is putting pressure on governments and and people all around the world. They understand that this is this is perhaps the number one problem that we the mankind is facing today so there are also plenty of good science that the that the that the we have started moving in the right direction actually in the developed countries Last year their missions dropping habits. It's good news. Despite the economic was Was growing and we have been able to solve that you can eat that economic growth from from Damian growth. The but the bad news is that in in the rest of the world missions growing last year. And that's one of the one of the Tennessee so to solve this problem. We have to have all of the countries onboard compare this year to the previously. What would you say in himself? The preparedness by everyone every government every megyn institution to tackle extreme. What within this year so my organization's very much supporting our members to improve their early warning capacity and this kind of early warning of of drought Flooding storm sewer and record temperatures. That's a very powerful way to adapt to climate says this negative trend in climate. We'll continue for the coming decade caged anyhow which means growing out of weather related disasters and and and we have to be prepared for that. And we have to invest in early warning services and it's important to invest also on impact based forecasting for example when when cyclone hitting Mozambique get amid series was able to forecast meteorologist parameters well but impacts of those understood and that's why the disaster was a having lots of casualties and lots of economic losses because the authorities didn't act and the impact was understood so from W. Most side We're happy to help. The country's built their impact based early warning. Service kept musty. Doubly from your stigma just now is having better capacity to alert people in better time to prepare for any disasters. That come is that correct. So we are we are. We are member based organization. We have another nine hundred thousand members of our member. Member hasn't National Meteorology Service and we are very much set. Transform forming the know how from our more developed members are less developed members and we are working together with the financial institutions like World Bank cleaned climate fund and UNDP target more resources for for this kind of capacity development. So the situation is improving all the time but but we still have plenty of countries about half of our member. Countries could improve their performance. Is that too was making Elliot Warning Betta to save lives to save situations to prepare people better. How good is the early warning system improvement over the last year? So we have seen a gradual improvement. That's one of the one of the issues most dealing dealing with and what we've able to forecast the one day before In in the past we can now forecast it even five days in advance and and and countries are much better prepared even in developing countries. We have seen a major major improvement but we are not. We haven't been able to reach the optimization yet. There shouldn't further investments needed by the donors and also by individual governments. And that's very powerful way to adapt and protect economists and and people from the impacts of climate says all of us anywhere around the world. Everybody is preoccupied with the outbreak of Kobe. Nineteen which is leading to significant downturn in economic activity around the world in the same way those trillion fire saw a rise in co two emissions. Is there any silver lining in the way that the world is trying to handle of igniting in the form of any spin offs in terms of lower emissions during this period? Of course Would be very much concern of the casualties that we ever had because of this virus and the story is not over yet so it may have a negative impact on on the global economy. Which is bad news and and we have already seen has having an impact on the on the equality in China for example once they have been closing closing some parts of the country and And there's been less less traffic and less industrial production but the but this is not good news. So all in all. Be Concerned of this Of the casualties related these vitals. And and have you hoped at these outbreak We will be solved and and and we can go back to normal life and keep in mind that the that we still have the major climate. The problem to be solved. So these these spite of these fighters it'll keep continue based for mitigation of climate change.

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"wmo" Discussed on 90.3 KAZU

90.3 KAZU

01:34 min | 1 year ago

"wmo" Discussed on 90.3 KAZU

"The market I thought it is they are very high place the majority of farmers are not happy at all because it's having to send the firm has has flourished in the winter warm weather the tomato blight spreads quickly attacking tomato plants and abruptly halted production and once the group is under attack it is very hard to cure or control its spread then the economic repercussions in major cities like Nairobi and Mombasa a few weeks ago we want to me to was about five cents in the ruby today dot seem to meet two sells for about twenty five to thirty five U. S. sens Uganda and Tanzania have also been affected by the blight last year most of East Africa experienced one of the wettest short rains season on record rainfall totals were four times higher than average expect to see these contributed to harvest in sub standard quality of tomatoes and other produce Lino Gallo is a climate change specialist we've seen global warming being manifested in different ways for example the oceans are warming we've seen the temperatures are rising twenty nineteen for example was up second hottest year on record according to WMO warming of the Indian Ocean during the in the twenty nineteen leads to us having one of the wettest tears in the region fungal diseases become more and more prevalent and therefore plans that do not like what I like to much as end up being a casualty.

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"wmo" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

NewsRadio WIOD

02:28 min | 1 year ago

"wmo" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

"Six ten W. I. O. D. do you drive into the new year all not too much change in during the day low eighties gonna throw maybe a passing shower in the forecast here today otherwise clouds some sunshine with these Parise tonight some change seventy degrees so that might be cooler if you'd like to call it that by maybe three or four degrees from earlier today sunny tomorrow eighty one on Thursday more sunshine with a few clouds with highs in the low eighties with updates around the clock and selfless re weather station the weather channel restated on newsradio six ten W. IV this report is sponsored by compassion international it's easier to change the world and you think sponsor a child in extreme poverty with compassion international and you will change the world for that child just text the word child to eight three three nine three to sponsor right now guys if having Edie has it down things are looking up advantage medical partners has the best solutions that will get your love life back fast and there's no needles or surgery don't go through another year suffering with the D. especially since advantage medical partners is giving you twenty percent off all services hurry this offer ends Thursday call eight eight eight fifty five fix Edie defects CD and get twenty percent off call eight eight eight fifty five fix E. D. this is read grant do you live in an H. away or condo how does it look kind of drab unexciting tell your board to coal cutters age total landscape solutions cutters edge they've completely transformed our I heard media building get a fresh exciting look for your building call nine five four four seven two zero six two two nine five four four seven two zero six two two or go to cutters edge pro dot com and tune into the cutters edge radio show Sundays at noon on six ten W. Y. O. D. for all your dental needs go to my dentist doctor Garg W. I. O. D. dot com keyword dental waters just for us okay Google play WYO D. on I heart radio news radio six ten W. I. O. D. now filling in for Rush Limbaugh ladies and gentlemen mark a yes yes I know I said yesterday I swore yesterday that.

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News in Brief 23 September 2019

UN News

03:12 min | 2 years ago

News in Brief 23 September 2019

"This is the news in brief from the United Nations at the UN's key climate action summit in New York on Monday. UN weather experts warned of a glaring and growing gap between agreed targets to tackle global warming and the reality today according to a new report from the world's leading climate science organizations and the planet is on track to post the warmest five year average temperatures on record in addition sea ice melt is increasing along with the number of deadly heat heatwaves as well as rising greenhouse gas emissions according to the United in science report coordinated by WMO FA- Japanese heatwave in July twenty eighteen eighteen when more than one hundred people died would have been almost impossible without human influence to the Syria conflict now and UN chief Antonio Gutierrez. This has announced that the country's government and opposition representatives have made progress on the formation of a constitutional committee to help bring an end to more than eight years the fighting speaking to journalists in New York on Monday Mister Gutierrez said the committee which is to represent all sides in the conflict would meet in the coming weeks in line with Security Council resolutions are strongly believed that the launch of the CD unknowns and constitutional committee cannon must be the beginning ginning of the political path out of the treasury towards the solution in line with resolution twenty to fifty four that meets the legitimate aspirations all seasons and these based on a strong commitment to the country's sovereignty independence unity and territorial integrity consultations is will be facilitated by United Nations Geneva and led by the UN special envoy for Syria Gareth paddison Mister Gutierrez said before urging all parties to the conflict flicked to support the constitutional committee by concrete actions to build trust and confidence and finally to International Sign Language Day which is celebrated braided on the twenty third of September in his message to mark the day UN Secretary General Antonio Gutierrez said that signing was critical in many ways for the more than seventeen not million people around the world it provides access to information and services and helped realize people's human rights he insisted echoing that message passage at an event to mark the day at United Nations Geneva Dmitri Rebrov from the Committee on the rights of people with disabilities explained how important being able to communicate indicate through signing is for him. Mr Rebrov's comments voiced by interpreter Beatrice Francois. My first language is really sign language without sign language which I couldn't communicate in family there were some gesturing and all that but I grew up in sign language and now as an adult involved in a lot of their focus is Asian within rush shine and and worldwide war with the World Federation of when we think about communication we have to remember it is a human right because it's a way to access everything. According to the World World Federation of the deaf more than eighty percent of deaf people live in developing countries collectively they use more than three hundred different sign languages Deanne Penn U. N. News.

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AI for Earth helps researchers get more granular with climate data

Marketplace Tech with Molly Wood

06:56 min | 2 years ago

AI for Earth helps researchers get more granular with climate data

"This marketplace podcast is brought to you by indeed. Are you hiring with indeed? You can post job in minutes. Set up screener questions than zero in on your shortlist qualified candidates using an online dashboard. Get started today and indeed dot com slash marketplace. That's indeed dot com slash marketplace. And by click share with click share, and you're meeting, you can share your screen instantly from any device. Click share. Instantly projects any speakers laptop tablet, or phone onto a presentation screen so everyone can work together share their ideas and create something great. That's the click share effect. Visit click share free trial dot com and learn more. And sign up for your free trial. When you're using big data to adapt to climate change. Sometimes you need to call in big tech from American public media. This is marketplace. Tech demystifying the digital economy, I'm Ali would. You're on marketplace tech, we've been covering how technology helps us adapt to climate change in our series. How we survive to start with you have to understand the problem and create smart solutions? That's the job of the Chesapeake conservancy, a nonprofit organisation that uses technology to recommend conservation techniques for the Chesapeake Bay and a lot of it comes down to the resolution of the data. Jeff Allenby is director of conservation technology at the Chesapeake conservancy. Now, one thing to know is that the Chesapeake Bay watershed is huge. It's sixty four thousand square miles, spanning six eastern US states and the organization mapped the whole area down to the meter the data set. That'd be created for the Chesapeake of that one, meter resolution was instill is one of the biggest high resolution they uncovered data sets ever created in the world. It took Allenby's team eighteen months and more than. Million dollars to manually process that data as in people having to identify things like the characteristics of a tree or label a house, a house. Then they use the data to advise towns on what to prioritize, whether it's planting trees or restoring wetlands or buying land to conserve and once word got out lots of other nonprofits like around the Great Lakes, wanted to do the same thing with map data. Most don't have the time or the money, but big tech companies do budget simply can't be a barrier to people accessing technology, Lucas Joppa leads Microsoft's AI for earth program, which lends the company's computing power and machine. Learning capabilities to organizations trying to tackle climate solutions the program worked with the Chesapeake conservancy to scale up their approach to land mapping to a much bigger area and faster. We wanted to do that, for the entire United States over ten trillion pixels and it can't take a year and a half to do it. Because if it does you're going to be out of date by the time. You're done right. The company awards grants. Let's organizations and scientists use its cloud computing resources and loans out data scientists to various climate related projects, Joppa, says right now AI for earth isn't meant to be a money maker, but he says tech companies have a responsibility to be part of climate solutions beyond their own in house efforts. We've gotta make sure that we have our own house in order. But then we do have to be proactive in going out and, and ensuring that our products are deployed in ways that empower people to amplify their sustainability impact. And there's business value for Microsoft, and being there, first, where a platform company, and we would prefer to be the platform of choice for everybody. Building technology inspired solutions to environmental challenges for Jeff Allenby at the Chesapeake conservancy, the real value comes and being able to know what's working, and what's not so you know what to conserve and what to let go. So from the side of it, it really allows you to, to understand the context. Of kind of any given action. And it allows you to understand the alternatives. If that action can't go forward and Allenby says those decisions have to be made quickly because there isn't any time to waste. And now I am related links. You can see some of the super detailed maps that the Chesapeake conservancy created and a little more detail about those projects at our website marketplace tech dot org. Thanks, Dan Ackerman, from the water main project at American public media for turning that into a super cool story. And we've got linked to more information about some of the grants that the Microsoft AI for earth project has given out last month in announced five hundred thousand dollars for new grants that will actually be distributed by the Leonardo DiCaprio foundation. And we know that climate intelligence is the first place to start with a lot of these adaptation efforts. So there's a lot more news on that front, all the time earlier this month AT and T shared, the data that it's been using to evaluate the risks to its facilities, and make them more resilient to extreme weather. These data sets were developed by the department of energy's, Argonne National Laboratory, and AT and T made them all available to the public. The company also started a climate resiliency community challenged, so that universities can work with towns in southeastern. States to develop solutions and risk analysis based on that data and just last week in an attempt to get everybody looking at the same peer review trustworthy data the World Meteorological Organization launched the WMO catalog for climate data there. Eighteen data sets in there, so far and the organization hopes more will be added soon, the Wm oh, by the way, I also just learned is basically, the in house, weather, and climate agency of the United Nations. Another fun fact last week, the WMO elected Gerhard Adrian of Germany, as its new president for four year term. And I mentioned this because he beat out our guy. Dr Lewis, you Tonelli who's currently the director of the US national weather service. Sorry, doctor, you Tonelli. I'm Ali would and that's marketplace tech. This is APN. Marketplace turns thirty this year and to celebrate we're going back to the eighties. Check out our totally radical new. 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News in Brief 14 June 2019

UN News

04:09 min | 2 years ago

News in Brief 14 June 2019

"This is the news in brief from the United Nations record numbers in south Sudan, some seven million people face acute food shortages, while more than twenty thousand close to famine the World Food Program or WF, pay said, on Friday, the warning follows years of violent unrest and vicious rights abuses, linked to mass displacement and disease. Outbreaks, here's A WFP spokesperson, Irv Eva, who saw it is. I mean like if you want me, you cannot go it because you can only call that. I mean, if you have a certain number of Katya included, a number of people, and we are not at that number at that level of people to use the word from, we cannot use the word, but the living conditions who are equivalent to a familiar if there was many more of them, according to WF, pay Jonglei, lakes and unity states are particularly at risk. It plans to scale up to five point one million people by December and for the first time in many years, it has delivered. One hundred seventy three thousand tons of food in some sixty areas ahead of the rainy season. That's sixty six thousand tons more than at the same point in two thousand eighteen to Sudan now where amid ongoing uncertainty about events in Khartoum linked to reported attacks on protesters UN humanitarian warned that people in the troubled Darfur region remaining crisis in two thousand and three a civil war led to the deaths of tens if not hundreds of thousands of duffers, and the displacement of nearly two million people. Speaking in Geneva Jens locker from the office for the coordination of humanitarian affairs or officer said, the deadly violence in central dot four and flooding in the north have hampered operations in the vast western region as had the disruption of internet services and phone networks. He confirmed that a team from the United Nations African Union hybrid operation in four known as you name, it had visited allege in central Darfur following ports of clashes while on in, in. Capital cartoon there's of course, still a humanitarian crisis in the four region, which is impacted by what is happening. There was tribal fighting going on unit went there to investigate what has happened and they said yesterday that United verify that seventeen people had been killed fifteen others injured and more than one hundred houses burned as you and agencies respond to ongoing needs. And for Mr. locker said that the organizations at one point two billion dollar pale for Sudan was only twenty two percent funded his comments came as the World Health Organization reported that the officials Sudanese announcement that sixty one people had died in protests in Khartoum from the third, the eleventh of June is likely to be an underestimation, and finally to the UN, weather, and climate agency, WMO which has warned that the latest five g mobile, thank technology, jeopardizes, early warning service. Which protect people from natural disasters such as tropical cyclones in a resolution expressing serious concern at the continuing threat to several radio frequency bands of five G the World Meteorological, organization's executive congress insisted that forecasting and alert services operated by countries had led to a big reduction in loss of life in recent decades has WMO's spokesperson Clare nonetheless, we use these radio frequencies in the metrological community to basically, for weather forecasts, and warnings services this concern that because of growing competition from new technology that these are going to be squeezed out of these frequences. Whether alerts are linked to radio sensors that feed information into forecasting systems to provide more accurate predictions with longer warning times. Experts are concerned that failing to manage unwanted emissions from new, telecommunication technologies would have a significant impact on current weather forecasting practice. Consequently, they say it might reverse many of the gains in our warning services for natural hazards. Daniel Johnson, UN news.

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"wmo" Discussed on Weather Geeks

Weather Geeks

04:35 min | 2 years ago

"wmo" Discussed on Weather Geeks

"TV slash land in. This candidacy for the World Meteorological Organization, or the WMO. I want to have a very indepth conversation on that the beauty of the weather podcasts is we have time to do it without feeling rushed. So I, I will get to that discussion in a moment, I wanna pivot the discussion now before we talk about your WMO candidacy to the new G F S model. I know this is something that has been very important to you very important to the agency very important to the nation. There was a new release postponed in late February due to some challenges and some feedback related to the forecast. Can you give us the latest update on the new G F S model? What were some of the issues you're trying to troubleshoot and win? Can we expected to be operational? Yes. What, what we what we encountered back in the January, February timeframe was as actually very productive interaction that we had with the large number of users who are helping us evaluate this new model, even as we prepare for the implementation we were ready to go into a thirty day test before -implementation and based on the interactions, we've had over the past year. We got we got feedback with respect to ill coal biases in lowest portion of the models. And we made a decision to postpone the thirty day test, basically stopped the process until we could at a better understanding of what was going on in abound, you layer and work to. The improvements in before we were ready to implement. So the feedback was very important to us. We heard what a segment of the community was saying, and we basically postponed the implementation. We've reinitiate we went through since the beginning of the year identified some of the issues been able to address a portion of the problems and were ready to start the, the thirty day clock again as the final step in the implementation process. We are, in fact at the front end of that. And we're working now with a schedule that would have implement the model on June eleventh and where feeling pretty good about that one step that we've taken is to. Decide to continue running the old version of the G F S in parallel mode until September. Okay. So you will have sort of both running. I know you did that during the valuation phase with sort of it's going to flip flip in a sense that you'll, you'll bring the new went on online still keep the older around. Now, what speaking of modeling? I mean you and I've talked about this in the past, there's this sort of sort of high in my case is Kate in my perspective. Somewhat overblown sort of model war discussion that goes on among users and weather enthusiasts and social media out, the euro versus the American model. I mean we at statistically, we know the European model is better in terms of some of the evaluation evaluation metrics that are used in the weather modeling community. But is there a best model and does it matter? I know that you use them all anyway your forecast. Forecasters us all the models and we certainly want our model to be on par even even the best model of. Possible. But what is your take on all of this euro versus American model stuff? Well, first of all, we do have to recognize that the, the European model the medium range model, which I think everybody's referring to. Yes. Does score best with a number of the standard verification scores. And I'm certainly aware of that, and it and it serves as a as a goal to continue as we continue to improve our own models. Having stated that there are you had already noted it forecast is us all the models that we have access to.

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Cyclone Kenneth Lashes Mozambique, With Floods Feared

UN News

01:35 min | 2 years ago

Cyclone Kenneth Lashes Mozambique, With Floods Feared

"Cyclone Kenneth swept into northern Mozambican Thursday evening, bringing heavy rain and ferocious winds sparking concerns of a new humanitarian emergency just weeks after cyclone EBay hit. According to the World Meteorological Organization or WMO the latest storm reached Mozambique after lashing the commerce islands where it claimed at least three lives. Here's spokesperson clan. Alice tropical cyclone Kenneth made landfall in northern Mozambique near the border with Tanzania in an area where no storm since the satellite era has ever been observed. So people in that region have never experienced a tropical cyclone, and they've certainly never experienced a tropical cyclone of that intensity. Will so. Cyclone? Kenneth has now been downgraded to a tropical depression by WMO. Some seven hundred thousand people are believed to remain at risk with up to six hundred millimeters of rain expected in the next ten days that's twice as much as the port city of Beira received during cyclone idiot. In March echoing the gravity of the situation and the critical lack of funding to help those affected Jens locker from the office for the coordination of humanitarian affairs, Archer said that the storm had ripped off roofs of homes and caused flooding in the affected province of cab. Oh delgado. The UN is working with the government and other humanitarian organisations on an immediate response plan. Public buildings have been made available where flood victims can shelter and the World Food Program or WFP said that it has more than one thousand five hundred tons of food either in place already

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News in Brief 26 April 2019

UN News

03:58 min | 2 years ago

News in Brief 26 April 2019

"This is the news in brief from the United Nations. The weld absolutely needs to come together to boost development in poorer nations and halt runaway climate change U N secretary general Antoni guitarist said on Friday speaking in Beijing at the opening of a forum on China's belt and road initiative, a massive international trade and economic development plan. The UN chief said that it could contribute to a more equitable and prosperous world. Addressing Chinese president Xi Jinping mister Gutierrez, welcome China's leadership on climate action. It was helping to show the way the UN chief maintained noting the one hundred and twenty five billion dollar investment in renewable energy made by the government in two thousand seventeen he called for a quantum leap in mobilizing resources for the developing world to implement the sustainable development goals as well as the capacity to stop runaway climate change a unique opportunity to build a new generation of climate resilient people send. Cities and transit systems energy grids that protrudes low emissions and sustainability, but that will require emergency information in our we built all societies power our cities and invest in our economies tropical cyclone Kenneth swept into northern Mozambican Thursday evening, bringing heavy rain and ferocious winds sparking concerns of a new humanitarian emergency just weeks after cyclone EBay hit. According to the World Meteorological Organization or WMO the latest storm reached Mozambique after lashing the commerce islands where it claimed at least three lives. Here's spokesperson clan. Alice tropical cyclone Kenneth made landfall in northern Mozambique near the border with Tanzania in an area where no storm since the satellite era has ever been observed. So people in that region have never experienced a tropical cyclone, and they've certainly never experienced a tropical cyclone of that intensity. Will so. Cyclone? Kenneth has now been downgraded to a tropical depression by WMO. Some seven hundred thousand people are believed to remain at risk with up to six hundred millimeters of rain expected in the next ten days that's twice as much as the port city of Beira received during cyclone idiot. In March echoing the gravity of the situation and the critical lack of funding to help those affected Jens locker from the office for the coordination of humanitarian affairs, Archer said that the storm had ripped off roofs of homes and caused flooding in the affected province of cab. Oh delgado. The UN is working with the government and other humanitarian organisations on an immediate response plan. Public buildings have been made available where flood victims can shelter and the World Food Program or WFP said that it has more than one thousand five hundred tons of food either in place already available and finally to Mali in Africa's Suhel where one in three schools in the central Mopti region have been forced to close because of worsening violence. It's affected more than one hundred and fifty seven thousand children the warning from u n children's fund. Unicef follows the killing of more than one hundred and thirty people from a village in Bank s a month ago that included Forty-six youngsters spokesperson. Crystal billions told journalists that at least five hundred and twenty-five schools are closed in Mopti out of eight hundred sixty six at schools closed. Nationally, UNICEF is working closely with the education cluster on the ministry of education in order to provide an interrupted learning forfeited children through temporary mechanisms such as informer community learning centers. We also rolling out innovations such as the training of teachers through tablets outside the classroom. Mr. Billy Rak said that rising prices and the threat of food insecurity linked to a breakdown in state control and the rise. In violent extremists have also put additional pressure on families. Daniel Johnson UN news.

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"wmo" Discussed on Mickstape: The Barstool Basketball Podcast

Mickstape: The Barstool Basketball Podcast

02:06 min | 4 years ago

"wmo" Discussed on Mickstape: The Barstool Basketball Podcast

"It looked yet that was what were gerald henderson fast said he at the s p milk that's yeah might have to try the ripple it catch you can't keep switch it up on the i'm i'm i think i'm rice for life now six months later just gonna be in a subsequent water cereal and fucking six months distrust syria a mother roads are just an awful out there now that is a cellphone at all not the wmo now not today the huge inside deck is the night golden state houston in after like oklahoma city late i've been hearing how they've been streaking forever and they have understood just twenty one seventy yeah those out last night when they were beaten the brakes lakhta lake it like what was that right before that they must be arbel ripe mike even in i feel like they're like other on a c they can't breaking does does jesus is the west fucking sucking that much oh yeah yet another westland poppa the mighty west of of our older brothers now has anything to grand that he's waste isn't even anybody's danny's lewis the eight seed new orleans pelicans a 1918 tied the seventeen portland trail blazers were also 1918 off denver want to important mccombs another guy i would still try to trade rim make him a lead guard i still think he in this mba driven angry i just think he's a leaguer he is but i had a a weird during the south straightforward traded for and i was i woke up very upset that that was reality who who they tree that that's the thing i woke up like in the dreamers on the team so like i was with a post trade world everyone else was there so gouge classic game swindle.

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"wmo" Discussed on The Young Turks

The Young Turks

01:48 min | 4 years ago

"wmo" Discussed on The Young Turks

"Not politically conservative but scientifically conservative they don't wanna make wireless some shins they they tell you only what they know and their estimates are on the conservative side the cautious side so we are going above their estimates as you would normally predict if you are looking at cautious scientific estimates and now the meth thing they're not even sure that's coming from it isn't necessarily even from the ice sheet so they say here's a one of the sides is saying we do not understand it's a professor that say expert on this issue we do not understand why methane is rising it is very worrying and then another expert says future generations will inherit a much more in inhospitable planet and that is the wmo secretary general so the combination of carbon levels like we've never seen before and and mysterious methane uh increase let alone the methane increase that is unfortunately headed in our direction with more global warming that is a certainty we are literally in a world of trouble we have to turn around and we have to turn around right away so the greed of today with the fossil fuel industry that controls american politicians and commands them to keep the strong the planet for their shortterm profits is it literally a disaster in the making is happening right in front of us we're in the middle of a disaster movie and unfortunately politicians in america can't see it or don't wanna see or more accurately are paid not to see it we gotta get about and we gotta fix this immediately once the meth israel is from the ice.

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"wmo" Discussed on PRI's The World

PRI's The World

01:38 min | 4 years ago

"wmo" Discussed on PRI's The World

"That's the word from the world meteorological organisation today the w m os his last year c o two spike was fifty percent higher than the average increase over the past decade which secretarygeneral petteri tyler says is very bad news pieces demonstrating the verviers moving at the ripe verdicts in a door vox removing in the room guide exum countries or remorse rates there soon earths of meat cool race to be some level of climate mitigation the ambition level in other words we need to move a lot more quickly to cut our carbon pollution than we've been doing in order to avoid the worst effects of climate change tala says it's not too late but time is running out there is hope but we have to change our behavior in the coming ten to twenty years to be successful the wmo says the effects of human activities on the climate were made worse last year by a strong el nino that global weather event brought drought too much of the world and reduce the ability of plants and oceans to absorb carbon dioxide all of the factors combined to make last year the hottest year on record and tallest says the super high temperatures aren't the only changes were causing we have changed the climate and of you have seen not only warming but we have seen changes in rainfall patterns drought flooding and we have also seen the changing the amount of mostly in dense tropical storms representatives from virtually all the world's countries will meet in germany next month to work on strengthening the breakthrough climb a deal reached in paris two years ago but under president trump the united states the largest historic climate polluter has said its pulling out of that agreement and it's working to weaken its climate policies.

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"wmo" Discussed on NPR News Now

NPR News Now

02:01 min | 4 years ago

"wmo" Discussed on NPR News Now

"The world meteorological organisation reports greenhouse gas emissions in the earth's atmosphere of reached their highest levels in eight hundred thousand years lisa shlein reports from geneva wmo reports this recordbreaking surge of greenhouse gas concentrations in the atmosphere is without precedent scientists exxon as hot herself a says the increase is due to a combination of human activity and natural climate variability what we are doing now with the office here is at least ten to twenty times faster than effort being observed in the history of the planet wmo warned co 2 emissions in the atmosphere are responsible for more than sixty percent of the heating of the earth leading to potentially unprecedented disastrous changes in climate systems for npr news i'm lisa shlein in geneva on wall street the dow jones industrial average is down more than twenty four points at twenty three thousand four hundred ten the nasdaq is up fifteen at sixty seven hundred sixteen this is npr a senate committee is reviewing how the president uses us military force overseas the senate foreign relations committee is questioning the secretaries of state and defence today about legislation passed in two thousand one that is used today to authorize us military force in the wake of the harvey weinstein sexual assault allegations the spotlight in france has been turned on another filmmaker roman polanski jakes again a reports from paris that french feminist groups planned to protest a tribute to the filmmaker polanski's face charges of raping a minor alongside several other accusations for decades the chinatown filmmaker fled the us in 1978 before sentencing and has since lived in france under protection against extradition the french film institute cinematheque full says will honor polanski with retrospective despite opposition from feminist groups the cinematheque president said that cancelling would be giving into pure censorship.

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