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  • Photo of Celebrating World Meteorological Day 2021 – “The Ocean, Our Climate and Weather”

    Celebrating World Meteorological Day 2021 – “The Ocean, Our Climate and Weather”

    Port of Spain – 23 March 2021: The Caribbean Meteorological Organization (CMO) joins in the global celebration of World Meteorological Day 2021, which is devoted to the theme, “The Ocean, Our Climate and Weather”. This year’s theme honours the start of the United Nations Decade of Ocean Science for Sustainable Development (2021-2030). In recognition of the paramount role of oceans…

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  • Photo of Caribbean Meteorological Organization contributes to Climate Adaptation Summit 2021

    Caribbean Meteorological Organization contributes to Climate Adaptation Summit 2021

    The Climate Adaptation Summit (CAS) 2021, a global conference held on 25-26 January 2021, brought together a range of participants to highlight adaptation efforts needed to respond to the effects of a changing climate. In the opening session, UN Secretary General Antonio Guterres calledfor “a breakthrough on adaptation and resilience”. The Coordinating Director of the Caribbean Meteorological Organization (CMO) Headquarters,…

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  • Photo of CARICOM CMOs Lauded for Role in Successful Management of COVID-19
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    CARICOM CMOs Lauded for Role in Successful Management of COVID-19

    The Region’s Chief Medical officers were lauded for their role in helping the Region to successfully manage the COVID-19 outbreak so far. The sentiments were expressed by the Director of Human Development at the CARICOM Secretariat Helen Royer. She was giving welcome remarks at an opening ceremony of the the 28th Meeting of Chief Medical Officers of the Caribbean Community…

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  • Photo of Agreement to improve Meteorological collaboration in the Caribbean

    Agreement to improve Meteorological collaboration in the Caribbean

    The Caribbean Meteorological Organization (CMO) and the Meteorological Service of France (Météo‑France) signed an agreement on 21 June 2016 to formalize the working arrangements between their two institutions. The Caribbean Meteorological Organization, which is a specialized institution of the Caribbean Community (CARICOM), coordinates the joint scientific activities of the National Meteorological Services of its sixteen Caribbean Member States, provides, among…

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