The First Global Forum for Heat and Health brings together leading experts on heat health science and implementation to inform a global common agenda on heat and health. More information

In the Peruvian Andes, rural communities played a key role in developing user-driven climate services. Read more

Farmers and pastoralists in Malawi and Tanzania have changed how they grow crops and raise livestock based on climate information. Read more

Seasonal and 10-day forecasts are helping farmers in Senegal select which crops to plant and cultivate. Read more

GFCS in action

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Upcoming events

December 17, 2018 to December 20, 2018
- China, Hong Kong

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