Early warning

Early warning

Alert and warning dissemination; end-to-end warning system; monitoring, analysis and forecasting; people-centred early warning system, policies and strategies.

Financing for a regional project to scale up hydro-meteorological and Early Warning Services in six countries in East Africa and around Lake Victoria has been approved by the Climate Risk and Early Warning Systems (CREWS) initiative.
World Meteorological Organization
Commercial diver
Scientists are using acoustic sensors to collect data and improve hurricane preparedness and coastal resilience in the archipelago of San Andrés.
Eos - AGU
Snow falling down on Tokyo, Japan.
The country is set to experience more frequent and heavier snowstorms, and as the death toll rises, it becomes clear that its snow adaptation tactics must change.
Fairplanet
Women walking on Malo Island, Vanuatu
Last month, a new Automated Weather Station (AWS) was installed at the Vanuatu Agricultural Research and Training Centre in Luganville. Two Automatic Rainfall Gauges (ARG) were installed at the villages of Vunaspef and Sarakata Hydro.
Secretariat of the Pacific Regional Environment Programme
Nepalis wait as engineers remove a boulder fallen on the road due to a landslide
Researchers at NASA GSFC have been using a multiscale approach to map and forecast landslides at the local, regional, and global levels. The model provides a near-real-time overview of landslide hazards worldwide.
International Centre for Integrated Mountain Development
Smartphone social media
Iowa: Elderly and low-income residents suffer disproportionately from extreme heat during the summer months, so researchers at Iowa State University are leading an effort to develop innovative tools to better predict when such emergencies might occur.
Iowa State University
The Green Climate Fund (GCF) through its Simplified Approval Process (SAP) and the Climate Risk and Early Warning Systems (CREWS) convened 70 experts and development partners, on 12 January 2023, to validate a Scaling-up Framework
World Meteorological Organization
AI concept
Study finds way to track hurricane landfalls, other hazards using satellite data.
Ohio State University