31 July, 2018 09:00 EDT; 13:00 GMT; 15:00 SAST
Regarder le webinaire: Démonstration et application d'un outil de planification financière pour les services météorologiques et hydrologiques nationaux africains
2 août 2018 9h00 HAE; 13h00 GMT; 15:00 SAST
The skill of climate models to simulate global warming is key to understanding the different predictions made by such models of East African rainfall. Researchers from the UK Met Office are making key advances towards assisting researchers and practitioners in selecting the best climate models for various applications over East Africa.
This article discusses the intensity of recent floods experienced in East Africa and the urgency for systematic actions to mitigate the risks of increasingly severe and frequent extreme weather events.
In Blantyre, Gaborone, Harare, Lusaka, Maputo and Windhoek, city governments are working with scientists, engineers and civilians to co-produce narratives about the future of their cities in the face of climate change.
Webinar: Delivering African Climate Information Services Sustainably: Capacity gaps and recommendations for National Meteorological and Hydrological Services
This webinar showcased learning from an assessment of the effectiveness and sustainability of seven African NMHSs to deliver CIS: Senegal, Ethiopia, Rwanda, Malawi, Mali, Cote d’Ivoire and Niger. This included a baseline assessment of the selected NMHSs and recommendations on how to bridge and prioritize capacity gaps. Seven countries were included in the assessment.
E-learning course on Reviewing Assessment Reports of the IPCC (Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change)
HyCRISTAL’s annual meeting was attended by delegates from Uganda, Kenya, Tanzania, Ethiopia, the UK and USA. Decision makers worked with the HyCRISTAL team to improve the usage of climate change information.
This blog examines the relationship between climate service providers and decision makers and questions how improved engagement can lead to informed climate sensitive decisions.
This blog examines the most effective types, methodologies and designs of training in order to build capacity to adapt to climate change in Malawi.