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Extreme weather combined with COVID-19 in a double blow for millions of people in 2020, reveals the State of the Global Climate 2020. The World Meteorological Organization (WMO) launched its new report in a joint press conference...
Arctic sea ice coverage was 6th smallest on record April was the world’s ninth-warmest April in 142 years of record keeping, despite unusually cool temperatures across much of North America, Europe, Australia, the eastern...
2021 must be the year for climate action – “the make it or break it year,” said United Nations Secretary-General António Guterres at the launch of WMO’s report on the State of the Global Climate 2020 which highlighted accelerating climate change indicators...
By David Luganda – NECJOGHA /AFMC Kampala, Uganda: The Fifty-Seventh Greater Horn of Africa Climate Outlook Forum (GHACOF 57) will convene to decide on the forecast for the March-April-May rain season.
NOAA Climate Science Literacy is an understanding of your influence on climate and climate’s influence on you and society. A climate-literate person • understands the essential principles of Earth’s climate system, • knows how to assess scientifically credible information about climate, • communicates...