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During the RAII Session last week, a special Ocean Side Event, with more than 80 participants, explored the needs, gaps and priorities in...Read More
This masterclass - produced in association with InterMET.digital - is your opportunity to find out first hand from those who have launched...Read More
WMO Secretary-General Prof. Petteri Taalas statement at the release of the IPCC AR6 Working Group 1 report 9 August 2021 WMO organized the...Read More
Weather and climate conditions over the Indochina Peninsula, including Cambodia and Lao People’s Democratic Republic (PDR), make it...Read More
During the first half of 2021 EEC was awarded multiple contracts through separate international tenders to deliver several advanced weather...Read More
Over the past two years, meteorological experts Biral and MicroStep-MIS have been updating and upgrading all of the national airports...Read More
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According to the FAO, global aquaculture production reached a record high of 114.5 million tonnes in live weight in 2018, with a total farmgate sale value of USD263.6 billion. However, this important industry is wide open to the growing impacts of extreme weather & climate change.
This free to attend webinar will investigate the potentially devastating challenges facing the aquaculture industry and highlight the business opportunities of helping to manage and mitigate these threats.
Free webinar - recording now available on demand
The latest webinar in our series on the business opportunities of extreme weather & climate change focuses on the challenges - and opportunities - facing people who have left the public and academic sectors to set up a weather business.
In particular, we'll investigate those challenges associated with raising funds, developing a strong product/service offering, building a management team, recruitment of key people, and, of course, identifying and understanding your customers and what it is they actually need.