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New hydrological scenarios - Swiss National Centre for Climate Services

6.4.2021|Voda

Climate change will greatly affect water availability over the course of the year. The Hydro-CH2018 hydrological scenarios show that, at certain times and in certain regions, this vital resource will become so scarce or so warm that humans will have to curb their activities and nature will suffer. With climate change mitigation, the changes will be much smaller, meaning that such mitigation is worth the effort. Systematic protection of waters as well as careful planning and management will enable the challenges to be dealt with more effectively.
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Early warnings protect lives on Africa’s Lake Victoria

29.3.2021|Voda

A successful four-year project in East Africa has demonstrated how improved weather, water and climate services save lives and livelihoods and support socio-economic development of vulnerable communities.
The High Impact Weather Lake System (HIGHWAY) project established a pilot regional Early Warning System to inform fisherfolk and other local stakeholders about high impact weather events on Lake Victoria. There is now growing momentum to scale up the investment as part of support for the implementation plan of the East African Community (EAC) Regional Early Warning System Vision 2025...

Development of Indian Submerged Tsunami Buoy System - CHATUR

29.3.2021|Voda

National Institute of Ocean Technology, Ministry of Earth Sciences (MoES), Government of India, designed and tested submerged tsunami buoy system as an alternative to conventional DART surface tsunami buoy system being used globally. International Tsunameter Partnership (ITP) a Task Team under the Data Buoy Cooperation Panel, has been coordinating on technology development on Tsunameters and has developed best practice method for Tsunameter and coordinated sharing of water level data with NOAA National Data Buoy Center.
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New water and climate coalition launched ahead of World Water Day

19.3.2021|Voda

A new Water and Climate Coalition has been launched to achieve more effective integrated policy-making in an era when climate change, environmental degradation and population growth has exacerbated water-related hazards and scarcity.
The coalition was announced at a high-level General Assembly event on 18 March to speed up lagging progress towards the water-related Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) and in particular SDG6 on clean water and sanitation for all. It comes just ahead of World Water Day on 22 March and the publication of the World Water Development Report 2021.?The theme...

New water and climate coalition launched ahead of World Water Day

19.3.2021|Voda

A new Water and Climate Coalition has been launched to achieve more effective integrated policy-making in an era when climate change, environmental degradation and population growth has exacerbated water-related hazards and scarcity.
The coalition was announced at a high-level General Assembly event on 18 March to speed up lagging progress towards the water-related Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) and in particular SDG6 on clean water and sanitation for all. It comes just ahead of World Water Day on 22 March and the publication of the World Water Development Report 2021.?The theme...

New water and climate coalition seeks more integrated action

19.3.2021|Voda

A new Water and Climate Coalition has been launched to achieve more effective integrated policy-making in an era when climate change, environmental degradation and population growth has exacerbated water-related hazards and scarcity.
The coalition was announced at a high-level General Assembly event on 18 March to speed up lagging progress towards the water-related Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) and in particular SDG6 on clean water and sanitation for all. It comes just ahead of World Water Day on 22 March.
"Our discussion today isn't just about liquid in a bottle. It?s presence...

African Ministerial Conference on Meteorology appoints new Bureau

18.3.2021|Voda

The 5th African Ministerial Conference on Meteorology (AMCOMET-5) Session took place virtually on 17 March 202. It was preceded by the technical segment on 16 March.
The Session elected its new Bureau. The Chair is? Cameroon Minister of Transport;?Jean Ernest Mass?na?Ngalle Bibehe. The First Vice-Chair is Sudan's Minister of Irrigation and Water Resource; Prof. Yasir Abbas M. Ali. The Second Vice-Chair is the Niger Republic Minister of Transport Mr Sadou Seydou while the Third Vice-Chair is the Mozambique Minister of Transport and Communications; Mr Janfar ABDULAI. The Arab...

The 5th Ordinary Session of the African Ministerial Conference on Meteorology (AMCOMET-5) appoints New Bureau Office Bearers

18.3.2021|Voda

The 5th African Ministerial Conference on Meteorology (AMCOMET-5) Session took place virtually on 17 March 202. It was preceded by the technical segment on 16 March.
The Session elected its new Bureau. The Chair is the Cameroon Minister of Transport;?Jean Ernest Mass?na?Ngalle Bibehe. The First Vice-Chair is the Sudan Minister of Irrigation and Water Resource; Prof. Yasir Abbas M. Ali. The Second Vice-Chair is the Niger Republic Minister of Transport Mr Sadou Seydou while the Third Vice-Chair is the Mozambique Minister of Transport and Communications; Mr Janfar ABDULAI. The Arab...

Water and Climate Leaders Panel is launched

5.3.2021|Voda

A new Water and Climate Leaders Panel came together for the first time on 3 March to catalyse integrated water and climate action for implementing the Sustainable Development Goals.
The Water and Climate Leaders, which include the Presidents of Hungary and Tajikistan as well as representatives from the private sector, civil society and youth, will guide policy development for the Water and Climate Coalition, spearheaded by WMO and other 10 UN Agencies.
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Drier European summers projected under climate change - UK Met Office

11.2.2021|Voda

Climate change will affect how European countries experience summer.
A new study projects that summers across the continent will become drier for most of Europe through the century. Furthermore, human induced climate change is expected to increase the frequency of extremely dry conditions across all of Europe.?Dr Nikos?Christidis and Professor Peter Stott of the?Met Office Hadley Centre?assessed how human-induced climate change has influenced the trend of wet and dry summers in Europe and looked at water availability and rainfall across north and south Europe by the...

Himalayan flood highlights high mountain hazards

9.2.2021|Voda

A relief and rescue operation is underway in Uttarakhand in the Indian Himalayas, after a part of the Nanda Devi glacier broke off and collapsed causing a massive massive flood in the Rishi Ganga /Dhauliganga river, reportedly causing loss of life and the destruction of two hydropower plants, bursting open existing dams,? and other infrastructure . Many casualties were feared, alongside widespread environmental damage in an ecologically fragile area of Uttarakhand.
The exact cause of the disaster is yet to be ascertained. Early assessments indicate that the event involved a large...

Political and popular climate momentum mounts

28.1.2021|Voda

Political and popular momentum is mounting for urgent action to cut greenhouse gas emissions in the face of increasing indicators and impacts of climate change.
?The science has never been clearer. We are facing a climate emergency. We are already witnessing unprecedented climate extremes and volatility, affecting lives and livelihoods on all continents,? U.N. Secretary-General Ant?nio Guterres told the Adaptation Summit on 25 January.
?According to the World Meteorological Organization, there have been more than 11,000 disasters due to weather, climate and water-related hazards over...

Political and popular climate momentum mounts

28.1.2021|Voda

Political and popular momentum is mounting for urgent action to cut greenhouse gas emissions in the face of increasing indicators and impacts of climate change.
?The science has never been clearer. We are facing a climate emergency. We are already witnessing unprecedented climate extremes and volatility, affecting lives and livelihoods on all continents,? U.N. Secretary-General Ant?nio Guterres told the Adaptation Summit on 25 January.
?According to the World Meteorological Organization, there have been more than 11,000 disasters due to weather, climate and water-related hazards over...

Political and popular climate momentum mounts

28.1.2021|Voda

Political and popular momentum is mounting for urgent action to cut greenhouse gas emissions in the face of increasing indicators and impacts of climate change.
?The science has never been clearer. We are facing a climate emergency. We are already witnessing unprecedented climate extremes and volatility, affecting lives and livelihoods on all continents,??U.N. Secretary-General Ant?nio Guterres told the Adaptation Summit?on 25 January.
?According to the World Meteorological Organization, there have been more than 11,000 disasters due to weather, climate and water-related...

Round-the-world yacht race supports ocean science

25.1.2021|Voda

A round-the-world ocean yacht race, which has brought together skippers and scientists to support ocean observations, is nearing its climax.
Ten of the skippers in the Vend?e Globe race, which set sail in November and is racing to its conclusion by the end of January, took with them on board their IMOCA yachts scientific instruments including either drifting buoys that gather climatological information or Argo floats that analyse sea water. Before they rounded the Cape of Good Hope after weeks at sea, the solo skippers deployed all the drifting buoys and almost all the Argo floats at...

WMO and European Commission forge closer ties

14.12.2020|Voda

Geneva/Brussels 14 December 2020 (WMO) - The World Meteorological Organization has signed a formal working arrangement with the European Commission on issues of common interest relating to weather, climate, atmospheric environment and hydrology and in support of Europe?s Green Deal.
The arrangement lays out potential areas of cooperation. These include: climate change; disaster risk reduction and emergency response; capacity development of early warning systems, Earth observation; water, hydrology and the environment; energy; health; transport; agriculture; coastal zone management;...

EU's Eastern partnership countries face problems with water scarcity and pollution

3.11.2020|Voda

Freshwater resources are unevenly distributed throughout the European Union’s (EU) six Eastern Partnership countries — Armenia, Azerbaijan, Belarus, Georgia, Moldova and Ukraine — according to a European Environment Agency’s report, published today. The EEA report presents an assessment of freshwater availability and water-use efficiency in the region.

Postavitev oznake visokih voda v Krškem

28.5.2020|Voda

Vabilo na dogodek Vabimo vas, da se 1. junija 2020 ob 10. uri, pred Mestnim muzejem Krško na Valvasorjevem nabrežju, udeležite postavile nove oznake visokih voda. Obeležili bomo višino, ki jo je reka Sava dosegla ob poplavljanju oktobra 2010. Na dogodku bodo predstavniki Agencije Republike Slovenije za okolje, Ministrstva za okolje in prostor, Zveze geografov Slovenije, Mestnega muzeja Krško in lokalne skupnosti. Vabljeni. Zakaj oznake visokih voda Poplavljanje rek in morja je bolj ali manj …

Postavitev oznake visoke gladine morja v Izoli

26.2.2020|Voda

28.2.2020 pri Galeriji REX Oznaka visoke gladine morja v Izoli, je poleg oznak visoke gladine morja na mareografskih postajah v Piranu in Kopru, izrednega pomena za ohranitev zavedanja o možnostih poplav morja, na kar bomo morali biti ob predvidenih podnebnih spremembah in dvigu gladine morja še bolj pozorni. Z nameščanjem preprostih oznak na objekte sporočamo kakšno moč in dinamiko imajo naše reke, jezera in morje. Sodelovanje lokalne skupnosti pri nameščanju predstavlja vključevanje javnosti v proces odločanja o …

Poročilo o hidrološkem monitoringu površinskih voda za leto 2018

20.12.2019|Voda

V letu 2018 ni bilo večjih odstopanj vodnatosti rek od dolgoletnega povprečja 1981 − 2010. Največji pretoki so bili v prvih štirih mesecih leta, ko so se reke večkrat razlile izven svojih strug, polna so bila tudi kraška jezera in polja. Od maja naprej so bili večinoma hidrološko suhi meseci, z izjemo oktobra, ko so reke zadnje dni poplavljale. Najbolj izstopa december, ko so bili pretoki rek v povprečju za več kot polovico manjši od običajnih decembrskih pretokov. Srednja letna temperatura …

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