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CBS Sci-Tech: U.N. declares 2014 hottest year on record
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U.N. group reports that 2014 was Earth's warmest year

Yet another source confirms 2014 was the Earth's warmest year on record. The World Meteorological Organization (WMO) this week agreed with NASA, NOAA and the Japanese Meteorological Agency, all of which made their announcements last month. The ... USA Today, 4 weeks ago
2014 the hottest year on record - Climate Action Programme NewsHub South Africa, 3 weeks ago
UN agency reports 2014 as hottest year on record Xinhua News Agency, 4 weeks ago

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Warming Trend Continues in 2014

Geneva -- The World Meteorological Organization (WMO) has ranked 2014 as the hottest year on record, as part of a continuing trend. After consolidating leading international datasets, WMO noted that the difference in temperature between the warmest ...
 Environmental Expert4 weeks ago U.N. reaffirms that 2014 was the hottest year on record, part of continuing trend  UPI4 weeks ago A new report from the U.N's weather agency, the World Meteorological Organization (WMO), confirms that 2014 was the hottest year on record.  TickerTech.com4 weeks ago *U.N. reaffirms that 2014 was the hottest year on record, part of continuing trend  Saudi Press Agency4 weeks ago
Silicon India

Discoveries That Were Made Possible With Google Earth

BENGALURU: Google has found things that NASA or World Meteorological Organization and other such inventories could not find. It has unearthed some very important and unbelievable things we didn't know existed in this universe. Ever since the ...
 Silicon India1 week ago

Ultraviolet radiation registers at 11 in Lima

Lima is no stranger to high levels of UV radiation. The World Health Organization suggests 11 to be suggested maximum level of UV radiation. (Photo: El Comercio archives) Related Articles Lima reached 11 on the UV radiation scale yesterday, ...
 Peru this Week3 weeks ago most polluted city of the continent  Peru this Week3 weeks ago Air pollution 10 times WHO safe level  Shanghai Daily4 weeks ago Pollution at almost 15 times WHO safe level  Shanghai Daily1 month ago

Africa: Remarks By Achim Steiner, UN Under-Secretary-General and Executive Director of the UN Environment Programme At the Opening Session of the 22nd UN Water Meeting

Michel Jarraud, UN-Water Chair and World Meteorological Organization Secretary-General, Joan Clos, Executive Director of UN-Habitat, Co-chairs, distinguished delegates, colleagues, ladies and gentlemen, It gives me great pleasure to welcome you ...
 AllAfrica.com4 weeks ago Remarks By Achim Steiner, UN Under-Secretary-General and Executive Director of the UN Environment Programme At the Opening Session of the 22nd UN Water Meeting [document]  Individual.com3 weeks ago
United Nations

Global warming to bring more devastating weather patterns

Floods devastated much of the Balkans throughout May 2014. Photo: UNDP The United Nations World Meteorological Organization confirmed that global warming will cause devastating weather patterns and increasing temperatures which will last into ...
 EcoSeed4 weeks ago This century starts as hottest on record, and UN says its almost certain to continue that way  Daily Kos4 weeks ago WMO says 21st century 'hottest' on record as global warming continues  Afrique En Ligne3 weeks ago 21st century hottest on record as global warming continues, UN agency warns  Pacific Islands News Association4 weeks ago
Renew Economy

One more log on the fire to confirm 2014 as hottest year

Climate Central If you need further confirmation that 2014 was the hottest year on record, the World Meteorological Organization has you covered. The United Nations agency announced Monday that they, like various national agencies and informed by ...
 Renew Economy4 weeks ago One More Log on the Fire for 2014 As Hottest Year  My.NewsHub.org4 weeks ago

Weather and Climate Services Underpin Sustainable Development in Africa

APO-Source PRAIA, Cabo Verde /African Press Organization (APO)/ -- Ministers responsible for meteorology in Africa are meeting to coordinate and accelerate regional efforts to strengthen resilience to extreme weather hazards and adapt to climate ...
 Individual.com3 weeks ago
CNBC Africa

African Ministers and Meteorologists Seek to Boost Resilience to Climate Change

/African Press Organization (APO)/ -- The urgent need to boost Africa's resilience to natural hazards like the devastating floods which recently hit southern Africa is high on the agenda of meetings of ministers responsible for meteorological ...
 Africa News Wire4 weeks ago African ministers to prioritise climate change  CNBC Africa3 weeks ago
Scientific Computing

Comprehensive Database of Detailed Storm Surge Data Available for Download

A new online resource will help coastguards, meteorological organizations and scientific communities predict future storm surge patterns. The freely-accessible database of storm surge data has been compiled through the multi-partner, international ...
 Scientific Computing3 weeks ago
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