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EMME-CARE Project: INAR partners to establish an atmosphere and climate Center of Excellence in the Eastern Mediterranean and Middle East (EMME) region.
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Atmospheric and Climate Modeling Research Group

Prof. Stenchikov discusses his Atmospheric and Climate Modeling Research Group and their research into better understanding of current climate changes.
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Advancing the science of rain enhancement

The National Center of Meteorology, who manage the UAE Research Program for Rain Enhancement Science, explain here what we need to know about advancing the science and technology of rain enhancement.
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UK Space Agency gives £600,000 to new climate sensor

The funding is going to a new climate sensor that can track weather patterns with four times more sensitivity.
SAD in the workplace

Seasonal Affective Disorder (SAD) in the Workplace

Research has found that as many as one in three Brits display symptoms of Seasonal Affective Disorder (SAD) each year. But what exactly is it, what are the symptoms, and how can we combat it in our workplace?
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A new era of scientific discovery in weather and climate

Dr Anjuli S. Bamzai, Division Director for Atmospheric and Geospace articulates why the research community is at the cusp of a new era of scientific discovery in weather and climate, enabled by innovative cutting-edge technologies.
Supercell storms

Understanding the world’s most devastating tornadoes and supercell storms

Leigh Orf discusses his research team’s recent breakthrough thunderstorm simulations at the University of Wisconsin–Madison Space Science and Engineering Center (SSEC).

Stormy weather ahead: Climate-related catastrophes

Professor René LAPRISE, ESCER Centre for the Study and Simulation of Regional-Scale Climate, discusses the recent trend in climate-related catastrophes.
UK's infrastructure

Can the UK’s infrastructure cope with extreme weather?

As people across the country attempt to commute to work and school amid icy conditions, it will become increasingly difficult to ignore the realities of climate change. Here we discuss if the UK's infrastructure is prepared to face these difficulties.
flooded populations, water borne disease

WHO sends help to flooded populations across Africa

Erratic 2019 weather patterns have created increased flooded populations, bringing the sinister risk of water-borne diseases.
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Four ways to combat SAD in your workplace

David Price, CEO and workplace wellbeing expert at Health Assured offers advice on how to combat SAD in your workplace.
climate and weather

Drivers of Arctic ice cap change: Linking climate and weather

Martin Sharp, Professor at the Department of Earth and Atmospheric Sciences University of Alberta, Canada, discusses drivers of Arctic ice cap change and his thoughts on linking climate and weather.
outdoor employees

Outdoor employees are most affected by air pollution in hot weather

British Safety Council welcomes HSE guidance on working in hot weather and looks forward to the regulator’s advice for outdoor employees working in polluted urban air.
summertime hours

Summertime hours: How to enjoy summer with a full-time job

When the sunny season finally comes around how many of us get the chance to enjoy significant time outdoors? Here Crown Workforce Management explores how the concept of summertime hours can change this.
ahead of UK heatwave

British Red Cross issues health and safety advice ahead of UK heatwave

The British Red Cross is asking us all to keep an eye on anyone who may be vulnerable ahead of UK heatwave as temperatures are predicted to soar.
health warnings

Cold weather health warnings issued by PHE

Cold weather puts young children, people over 65 and those with heart and lung conditions at risk from low temperatures
house size

Building back bigger: House size increases after hurricane strikes

Research shows that house size is increasing by more than 50% in areas that have been hit by hurricanes
extreme weather

Brits are at risk if extreme weather hits the UK

New research revealed today, shows that across the UK people aren’t in a position to combat the effects of extreme weather this winter, and over a third (35%) of Brits admit to not being prepared at all
tropical weather

Warnings and forecasts of hazardous tropical weather in the United States

In this special interview, Dr Michael Brennan, Branch Chief at the Hurricane Specialist Unit within the National Hurricane Center (NHC) speaks to us about their work in issuing the best watches, warnings, forecasts and analyses of hazardous tropical weather, including hurricanes.

The Arctic: A global climate “canary in a coal mine”

Dr Jan-Gunnar Winther, Director of the Norwegian Polar Institute, explains how a dramatically warming Arctic heralds global changes to come It is a documented fact that no region of the planet is experiencing more dramatic climate change than the Arctic. In recent years, this has resulted in melting glaciers, rapid...

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