Climate Information

Super Computers Vast Information For Development

By Patrick Luganda
Super Computers enable scientists observing and studying the atmosphere to make important discoveries and interpretations on vast amounts of data that is collected regarding the performance of various elements in the atmosphere.

Through collection of this data, the past, present and likely performance of the weather and climate in future can be predicted.

Kampala Declaration Stresses Cross-Regional Cooperation on Climate Services

Geneva WMO 23 April 2015: During a Workshop on Improving Climate Services for Farmers in Africa and South Asia, farmers and experts adopted the Kampala Declaration on promoting cross-regional cooperation on sharing and using knowledge on climate products and services. The Declaration came about because of the increased recognition that significant progress has been made in weather and climate forecasting through improved data availability and advances in numerical modeling.

World Climate Research Program (WCRP) Conference, Denver USA

Patrick Luganda NECJOGHA Online News
The United States of America will host the next Open Science Conference of the World Climate Research Program (WCRP) in Denver, Colorado, 24-28 October 2011. The Conference with the theme Climate Research in Service to Society will be at the Sheraton Denver Downtown Hotel, Colorado USA.

The goals and the vision for the meeting include: