The public-private-academic engagement in the weather enterprise, strongly encouraged through the decision of the Eighteenth World Meteorological Congress (June 2019, Geneva) and its Geneva Declaration - 2019: Building Community for Weather, Climate and Water Actions, has been accelerating during the recent years. A major expected result of this development is an increase of innovative and efficient solutions in all elements of the weather and climate services value chain/value cycle. The objective of the paper/poster session is to demonstrate and promote such innovative and collaborative solutions with examples from various players across the weather enterprise. Technological and business innovations will be equally interesting for the audience, in particular such solutions that could be applied to assist the vulnerable communities in reducing the risks from extreme weather and climate change.
Public-Private Partnerships in the Weather Enterprise Across the World
Update on CMIP-6 Data Status and ESGF Data Delivery and Analysis Capabilities (Joint between the Sixth Symposium on US-International Partnerships and the 11th Symposium on Advances in Modeling and Analysis Using Python)