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The socio-economic use of improved weather and climate information

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Economics and Systems of Weather and Climate Information
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□ Virtually all economic sectors and many public and private activities: affected in some measure by changes in weather and climate - Uncertainties in the scope and severity of the changes - Pose financial and social risks for individuals, businesses, and government agencies - Achieving more accurate weather and climate forecasts and use the information: contribute to well being and the economy □ Improved predictions and use of the information have led to numerous social and economic benefits - including more effective management of energy resources; enhanced natural disaster planning, mitigation, and response; cost savings in aviation, agriculture, and other industries; and in the effectiveness of the military - Sophisticated instruments on future observation satellites will continue the trend toward achieving a better understanding of Earth’s climate and establishing a continuing basis for expanding domestic and global socioeconomic benefits
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□ The lecture discusses on what and how considerations of socio-economic value are weighed along with the improved weather and climate information
Weather/Climate Information and Socio-Economic Systems
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Societies
WEATHER INFORMATION
MANAGE NATURAL RESOURCES
National/Regional Development
GUIDE MARKETPLACE DECISIONS
How Severe? Case of Climate Change in Korea
❖ A rise in average temperature of 1.8℃ (global temp. rise: 0.8℃) for past 100 years an


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Title The socio-economic use of improved weather and climate information
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Material Type Proceedings
Author(English)

Lim, Dongsoon

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[Busan]:Dong-Eui University

Date 2012-06
Event

2012 Climate Prediction and Application Training

Series Title; No 2012 Climate Prediction and Application Training
Pages 125
Language English
File Type Documents
Original Format pdf
Subject Territorial Development < Environment
Holding APEC Climate Center
Recipient Country Indonesia(Asia and Pacific)
Cambodia(Asia and Pacific)
Mongolia(Asia and Pacific)
Philippines(Asia and Pacific)
Thailand(Asia and Pacific)
Vietnam(Asia and Pacific)
Organizer APEC climate center
Venue APEC climate center
Program Type Workshop
Project Term 2012-06-04 ~ 2012-06-15

Abstract

2012 Climate Prediction and Application Training Program for Green Growth in Developing Countries

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