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  • The global weather enterprise creates high value weather and climate information that produce a wide range of social and economic benefits, including the protection of citizens and infrastructure from natural hazards. The creation of value derives from the global cooperation of many actors in the......

  • Sierra Leone is prone to natural hazards such as floods, landslides, tropical storms, coastal erosion, and droughts that cause severe economic damage and loss of lives with disproportionate effects on the poorest and most vulnerable. Climate change and underlying socioeconomic factors, such as the increase......

  • The UN Secretary-General on Monday called on Asian and Pacific countries not to base their pandemic recovery strategies on “outdated and unsustainable economic models”, and to ensure that the world’s most populous region protects its environment and provides opportunities for all....

  • The European Commission marks a new chapter in EU cooperation on migration with third countries with the launch of its Talent Partnerships, which seek to combine mobility schemes for work or training with investments in third countries in related areas, such as vocational education and......

  • The COVID-19 pandemic is leading to “an even more unequal world”, the Deputy UN chief said on Thursday, speaking at the closing session of the Financing for Development (FfD) Forum, with many lower-income countries now seeing development gains reversed.  ...

  • The first returns since March 2019 don’t augur well for bringing home many more of the 30,000 Iraqis from the notoriously dangerous facility....

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