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Vaisala, a global leader in weather, environmental, and industrial measurements, has opened a new R&D and innovation center in Finland....Read More
The Caribbean is gearing up for yet another active Atlantic hurricane season, compounded by the continuing challenges and constraints of...Read More
New observations show that the increase in Arctic average surface temperature between 1979 and 2019 was three times higher than the global...Read More
Global investment in African weather forecasting is urgently needed to meet the UN Sustainable Development Goals. African lives and...Read More
In late March, the Ever Given, a cargo ship that got stuck in the Suez Canal made global news. The 1,400-foot-long cargo ship became jammed...Read More
Met Office and Microsoft join forces to build world’s most powerful weather and climate forecasting supercomputer in UK. The Met...Read More
April 20th, 2021: Vaisala has published some of the insights their data has provided about lightning around the globe with their...Read More
Extreme weather combined with COVID-19 in a double blow for millions of people in 2020. However, the pandemic-related economic slowdown...Read More
NEW: first of a three part mini-series on the business opportunities of climate change
This free webinar has taken place and is now available on demand.
We will investigate the business opportunities associated with technologies used for detecting and monitoring climate change and applying the data to real-world problems.
We will also examine the potential role of citizen science and how it might also assist new business startups as well as public and academic sector initiatives to address the challenges of climate change.
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.