The big news this month is progress in planning our HIWeather Workshop. As a fully virtual workshop, we can structure it differently from past workshops, so we have a full month of informative online
The strange world of social distancing, isolation and lockdown continues in varying degrees for most of us and we wish you all to keep yourselves and your loved ones safe and well.
This newsletter finds the HIWeather community working in a different world of social distancing, isolation and lockdown.
Recent months have highlighted the challenges faced by communities across the world in building resilience to weather-related hazards in a changing climate. Warning systems are a critical component of
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The HIWeather Steering Group (SG) gathered for its annual meeting in Geneva in the third week of October. There was feedback from the WWRP Scientific Steering Committee (SSC) to consider as well as ne
I am delighted to share our new HIWeather web site with you in this newsletter. Our project website has been created and is maintained by CMA at http://hiweather.net. Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
I start by extending a warm welcome to new members of HIWeather: Xudong Liang joins the Steering Group to represent the SURF project, Deanna Hence brings expertise on convective storms and their impac
Preparations for the UNISDR Global Platform on Disaster Risk Reduction (GPDRR 2019) and the second Multi-Hazard Early Warning Conference (MHEWC-II) have been dominating HIWeather of late. For the MHE