COP-21 in a nutshell

With 3 days ahead of COP-21, here’s a quick post to remind what it is all about. The COP-21 is the 21st Conference of the Parties to the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC) and will take pla ...

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Follow the Antarctic ozone hole online

The Antarctic ozone hole usually reaches its maximum size between mid-September and early October. This year, according to NASA and National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) scientists, the ozone hole for ...

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NOAA shows major global coral bleaching

Earlier this year NOAA mentioned the possibility of a major coral bleaching during 2015. As shown in the animation by NOAA, the prediction turned out to be true and a global coral bleaching event is in progress. Du ...

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GFCS video series on Climate Services

In order to promote awareness of how climate services can be a benefit for society, the Global Framework for Climate Services office (GFCS) has produced a series of videos in partnership with the World Meteorological Org ...

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El Niño continues

According to the latest Australian Bureau of Meteorology (BoM) analysis, the El Niño Pacific Ocean warming event is likely to continue in 2016. The ocean and atmosphere are reinforcing each other, with tropical Pacifi ...

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