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MULTI-HAZARD ADAPTATION IN CITIES
WWF and WMO have designed a 3-part webinar series to showcase success stories where local governments use the best available scientific information as a basis for decision making aimed at reducing greenhouse gas emissions and climate risks and improving urban air quality.

Join us for the second webinar in this series and learn how forecasting weather conditions can keep your city safe.

Flash floods, a climate-driven phenomenon, is the most dangerous type of flooding, killing more than 5,000 people each year. Forecasting weather conditions accurately and producing early warnings can allow better responses and save lives.

During this webinar, you will gain knowledge on how technology can help cities anticipate climate hazards such as flash floods and be ready when these events hit.
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