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    Carbon dioxide levels continue at record levels, despite COVID-19 lockdown

    Geneva, 23 November 2020 (WMO) - The industrial slowdown due to the COVID-19 pandemic has not curbed record levels of greenhouse gases which are trapping heat in the atmosphere, increasing temperatures and driving more extreme weather, ice melt, sea-level rise and ocean acidification, according to the World Meteorological Organization (WMO).

  • Online training courses benefit international cooperation and disaster preparedness

    In 2020, CMA has held 5 sessions of online international training courses, with a cumulative number of trainees from over 90 countries totaling 1440.

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    Climate Dialogues Set to Increase Momentum for Greater Climate Ambition

    - An important series of virtual events, the UNFCCC Climate Dialogues (23 November to 4 December), are set to kick off next week, designed to maintain critical momentum in the intergovernmental process in support of a robust international framework for climate action and increased climate ambition. The aim is to contribute to maximum progress and ensure a minimum of delays in the multilateral climate action agenda in the run-up to the UN Climate Change Conference in Glasgow (COP26) at the end of next year.

Upcoming Events

  • November 16 to 19
    WMO Data Conference (Virtual Conference
  • November 16 to 20
    WWRP JWGFVR annual meeting and workshop (ONLINE)
  • November 23
    High-level Bilateral Meeting between CMA and EUMETSAT
  • November 23 to December 4
    UNFCCC Climate Dialogues 2020

International

  • Deputy Administrator attended the first virtual session of WMO INFCOM in Beijing

    On November 9, the first virtual session of the Commission for Observation, Infrastructure and Information Systems (Infrastructure Commission, INFCOM) of World Meteorological Organization (WMO) was held. Mr. Yu Yong, Deputy Administrator of China Meteorological Administration (CMA) led the Chinese delegation to attend this meeting in Beijing.

    17/11/2020
  • Online training courses benefit international cooperation and disaster preparedness

    In 2020, CMA has held 5 sessions of online international training courses, with a cumulative number of trainees from over 90 countries totaling 1440.

    30/10/2020
  • WMO RA II Regional WIGOS Centre organized a training course on observation

    Recently, World Meteorological Organization (WMO) Regional Association II Regional WIGOS Centre in Beijing has joined hands with WMO Regional Training Centre Beijing to hold a training course oriented towards members of WMO, and extended open learning materials resources until October at the request of international trainees.

    27/10/2020
  • Second international online course on the application of satellite products held

    On September 14, international distance training course on the application of satellite products was kicked off. This is the fifth international distance training course in 2020, and the second international distance training course on satellite. It has a theme of the application of Fengyun satellite products in weather, which aims to enhance the capacities of the trainees to apply FY meteorological satellite products, especially in terms of areas like weather prediction and meteorological disaster monitoring.

    21/09/2020

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