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NOAA and Microsoft have forged a formal agreement to harness Microsoft’s cloud computing tools and help advance NOAA’s mission to create a Climate-Ready Nation.
Thanks to the advent of exascale computing, local climate forecasts may soon be a reality. And they’re not just for scientists anymore.
On Monday, residents of Eugowra in New South Wales had to flee for their lives. They had only minutes to get to higher ground – or their rooftops – to escape what’s been dubbed an “inland tsunami” of water.
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Share your innovative projects and initiatives, join the global network of climate change communicators, take part in the contest, and enhance your impact worldwide. Submissions are welcome until 15 June 2023.
The GRII, to be fully launched at COP28, will provide open reference data, metrics and projections of all countries worldwide.
The COP27 climate summit kicked off this week in Sharm El-Sheikh, Egypt. As parties to the climate change treaty gather to review annual progress on reducing carbon emissions, one key issue is the impact the climate crisis is having on poorer countries.
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ADPC in partnership with the EDRMC needs to procure the services of a competent and professional agency to establish the Microsoft 365 Business Standard.
Cover_Climate hazard and mitigation planning (CHaMP): Tool background and guidance for users
This user guide describes the motivation, structure, data, and outputs of Version 1.0 of an interactive website called the Climate Hazard and Mitigation Planning (CHaMP) Tool.
Indian Ocean Earthquake and Tsunami disaster
The Great East Japan Earthquake, which took place on 11 March 2011, was the most powerful earthquake ever recorded in Japan, reaching a magnitude of 9.0 and bringing unprecedented disaster to the Tohoku region and other areas.
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In an emergency, where do you turn to find out what’s going on and what you should do to stay safe?