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Frame of Image h the mission of strengthening scientific and technological cooperation across the APEC region in order to help economies and societies deal effectively with the consequences of current and future climate related disasters. The Center is based on an international Science and Technology network, namely APEC Climate Network. The goals of APCC are: to facilitate the share of high-cost climate data and information to minimize economic and human losses due to natural disasters and Capacity building in climate prediction and sustainable social and economic applications of climate information. APCC strives to achieve its goals by building on the capacity of member economy efforts in climate prediction and information service and by encouraging and facilitating international cooperation. Annual APEC Climate Symposia are organized to build on and enhance the international science and technology network, to share knowledge and expertise with stakeholders at APEC region, and to facilitate the data exchange and regional cooperation for the benefit of regional prosperity through the provision of climate information service and technical support
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Follow-up activities since last Ministerial Meeting (2004)
Connecting Research and Innovation 4. APCC, in an institutional mode, has been providing operational 3-month lead dynamical seasonal predictions through the multi-model ensemble (MME) technique since 2005 in close cooperation with 16 National Hydrometeorological Centers/Research


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Title APCC 2009 progress and performance report
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Material Type Reports
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APEC Climate Center

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[Busan]:APEC Climate Center

Date 2009
Series Title; No APCS 2009 Final Report; APCS Final Report / ANNEX 3
Pages 127
Language English
File Type Documents
Original Format pdf
Subject Territorial Development < Environment
Holding APEC Climate Center

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