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Today the WMO announced that the atmospheric CO2 concentration last year rose at a record high speed: +3.3 ppm – jumping from 400.0 ppm in 2015 to 403.3 in 2016. The annual average rise is close to 2 ppm. | 31-Oct-2017
The tropical Pacific Ocean is currently neutral. Most | 28-Jul-2017
Fifteen National Meteorological Services (NMSs) in the region including Tokelau will benefit from the new | 28-Jul-2017
The Regional Technical Support Mechanism (RTSM) is proud to have played a pivotal role in the recently approved, GCF USD 23Million grant for the | 23-Feb-2017
Currently, neither El Niño nor La Niña conditions prevail in the Pacific,this is referred to as ENSO-neutral conditions. Continued ENSO-neutral conditions or a weak La Niña is expected over the period November 2016 to February 2017. Thereafter, ENSO-neutral conditions are favoured. | 27-Oct-2016
The tropical Pacific Ocean is in a neutral El Niño-Southern Oscillation (ENSO) state.  In the following section ‘neutral’ means - neither in El Nino nor in La Nina. The ENSO is a major | 28-Jun-2016
The annual growth rate of atmospheric carbon dioxide measured at the Mauna Loa Observatory in Hawaii jumped by 3.05 parts per million during 2015, the largest year-to-year increase in 56 years of | 31-Mar-2016
The promise of geoengineering is placing average global temperature under human control, and is thus considered a powerful instrument for the international community to deal with global warming. While great energy has been devoted to learning more about the natural systems that it would affect, questions of political nature have received far less consideration. | 25-Feb-2016

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