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Catalina Jaime
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NOAA Climate.gov 12h
Extreme heat can be dangerous. With this newly released Guide for Cities from and , cities will have a resource when planning and preparing for heatwaves. Find the report in the Climate Resilience Toolkit's reports section.
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Richard blewitt 11h
2031-2080 Colombia and Brazil will have the most dramatic effects of heathwaves in the world. The most vulnerable with no air conditioning are very exposed.
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UNDRR 10h
are predictable, sometimes days and weeks in advance. put out a 96-page guidebook designed to help city officials prepare for heat waves.
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WMO | OMM 13h
New Guide for from and says urgent action is needed to tackle ’s “silent killer.” Heatwaves are predictable and many of their impacts are preventable. WMO pleased to have contributed to the report.
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SHEAR Jul 16
More Research crucial to tackle serious growing risks, says city heatwave guide. project by studies how the heatwave overheating risk prediction & assessment could be improved.
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Catalina Jaime 22h
Fantastic!!!!
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Catalina Jaime Jul 16
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NYT Climate Jul 16
Some of the measures are “really simple and affordable.”
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Climate Centre Jul 16
. guidelines being launched now at UNHQ in NY to help cities w that calls among 'deadliest hazards facing humanity', but one that's preventable ( pic, outdoor worker on Panama Canal extension project) -
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Catalina Jaime Jul 16
Big congrats to and for this extremely important guide. Thanks for leading this pivotal call for action.
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Erin Coughlan de Perez Jul 14
It is somehow fitting to be in Nepal during an extreme monsoon for the author meeting - our mandate being climate change impacts, adaptation & vulnerability. Thank you to all the emergency responders who are at the front lines of the flooding.
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Catalina Jaime Jul 12
Replying to @kdsiahaan @ifrc and 6 others
And very nice meeting room 😉
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Francesco Rocca Jul 11
Next week at the UN in New York we will present a new initiative to tackle , climate change’s “silent killer”, one of the world’s deadliest natural hazards.
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Maarten van Aalst Jul 10
“We are absolutely not prepared for this.” Dangerous climate trends in cities around the world. ⁩ ⁦⁩ ⁦⁩ ⁦⁩ ⁦⁩ ⁦⁩ ⁦
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Catalina Jaime Jul 10
Oooh how wonderful to see you togueter 🤩
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Erin Coughlan de Perez Jul 9
Replying to @As_SyIFRC
Local actors matter and should be at the centre of what we do. But let's not shift the burden of responding to change to communities alone. We need partnerships, including in Forecast-based Financing and shock-responsive social safety nets.
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Climate Centre Jul 9
. tells small-scale -related happening at rate of 1 a week but garner few headlines: 'People need to talk about and ,' she says; (pic, centre, w & others at London Climate Week -
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Catalina Jaime Jul 5
Over the moon to reconnect with my family! So lovely to see the most inspiring friends of the world! 🤩
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SHEAR Jul 3
Today at - Raising Climate Ambition event - announced new £190m climate research fund
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