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On the other hand, the Netherlands reported a disappointing harvest in 2021, due to bad weather. As a result, exports of mussels from the Netherlands recovered only marginally from the 2020 result, and were well below the first half of 2019 numbers. (...) Oysters Oyster production in France, the main producing country in Europe, was impacted by bad weather this year. In 2020, oyster producers were heavily impacted by COVID-19 restrictions.
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Score: 1246443.6 - https://www.fao.org/in-action/.../resource-detail/zh/c/1460125/
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WMO Secretary-General, Petteri Taalas, pointed out that today, less than 10 per cent of required basic weather and climate forecasting systems are available from SIDS and LDCs. (...) The improved availability of weather and climate observations enabled by the SOFF are essential if the world community is to  realize the 162 billion US dollars annually in socio-economic benefits of weather and climate prediction. © WMO/Frédéric Couzinier Many of the impacts of climate change are experienced through water-related events, including intensified storms. (...) climate change | climate action | Disaster Risk Reduction | extreme weather | climate finance Related Stories Shift needed from what weather will be, to ‘what the weather will do’ Water-related hazards dominate list of 10 most destructive disasters Climate change: Record northern heat, fuels concerns over US wildfire destruction News Tracker: Past Stories on This Issue Safe in the sun?
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Score: 1245943.75 - https://news.un.org/en/story/2022/06/1121752
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Background on the development of the draft guidance on water supply and sanitation in extreme weather events 1. Extreme weather events such as floods and droughts are occurring with increasing frequency and intensity in the pan-European region. (...) In poor and rural areas, environmental health hazards are often even more significant, as water supply and sanitation infrastructure is lacking, in a bad state, or because small service suppliers cannot cope with adverse weather conditions. 4. (...) The draft guidance provides an overview of why and how adaptation policies should consider the vulnerability of and new risk elements for health and environment arising from water services management during adverse weather episodes. 10. The draft guidance is intended to guide Parties and non-Parties to the Protocol on Water and Health in the implementation of the Protocol’s provisions in the context of extreme weather events.
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Score: 1242885.7 - https://unece.org/fileadmin/DA..._WH/wh/ece_mp_wh_2010_L4_E.pdf
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For example, how does it perform under bad wesystem at all etc. For example, how does it perform under bad weather ather conditions etc.?
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Score: 1242693.9 - https://www.itu.int/ITU-T/work...resentations/s2-conclusion.pdf
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Building communities in the Sahel that can weather shocks Right blend of policies and support to region’s pastoralists can prevent future crises 29 October 2013, Nouakchott , Mauritania - The time has come to break the "vicious circle" of crises in Africa's Sahel by proactively building up the ability of pastoralist and rural communities to weather drought and other shocks, rather than merely helping them recover from disaster after the fact. (...) A way of life at risk Poor weather and high food prices have in recent years sparked recurring food and nutrition crises in the Sahel, leaving many rural families in precarious circumstances and on a vulnerable footing. (...) While pastoralism has long offered a way for these communities to cope with bad weather and a lack of productive land, their vulnerability to drought, flooding, and other disasters has been on the rise due toincreasing competition for access to water and grazing lands And the Sahel is, and will likely continue to be, one of the world regions most affected by climate change, meaning that drought and other weather extremes will increase the pressures being brought to bear on pastoralists.
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Score: 1237022.7 - https://www.fao.org/news/story/es/item/203676/icode/
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Building communities in the Sahel that can weather shocks Right blend of policies and support to region’s pastoralists can prevent future crises 29 October 2013, Nouakchott , Mauritania - The time has come to break the "vicious circle" of crises in Africa's Sahel by proactively building up the ability of pastoralist and rural communities to weather drought and other shocks, rather than merely helping them recover from disaster after the fact. (...) A way of life at risk Poor weather and high food prices have in recent years sparked recurring food and nutrition crises in the Sahel, leaving many rural families in precarious circumstances and on a vulnerable footing. (...) While pastoralism has long offered a way for these communities to cope with bad weather and a lack of productive land, their vulnerability to drought, flooding, and other disasters has been on the rise due toincreasing competition for access to water and grazing lands And the Sahel is, and will likely continue to be, one of the world regions most affected by climate change, meaning that drought and other weather extremes will increase the pressures being brought to bear on pastoralists.
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Score: 1237022.7 - https://www.fao.org/news/story/ru/item/203676/icode/
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Weathering the uncertainties of climate change in The Gambia | Africa Renewal Skip to main content Get the free mobile apps Get the latest news from us on our apps.   (...) Now we have the forecast we know what will happen and wait to see what is coming, so I save a lot of my time and money now by not going out when it’s bad weather.” Fourteen pilot villages across the country have benefited from the donation of mobile phones, radios and loudspeakers, which are being put to use by local volunteers who have been trained to deliver messages about climate change and weather forecasts through meetings, door-to-door visits and theatre. (...) “Now, what we really need is to know when we do our planting, and the weather forecast really helps us to know this,” he said.
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Score: 1225953.5 - https://www.un.org/africarenew...tainties-climate-change-gambia
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According to the latest estimates, only 356 right whales remain, while dozens of deaths were claimed in recent years because of entanglement-related causes. Bad weather conditions caused the lobster season in Nova Scotia to be split. (...) Prices for Canadian lobster (Homarus spp), on the other hand, remained strong at the beginning of the season. Bad weather in the southern regions of Nova Scotia had limited supplies as the start of the season was delayed, and this has contributed to keeping prices high.
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Score: 1223460 - https://www.fao.org/in-action/.../resource-detail/en/c/1379245/
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Many of these disaster events have been weather related. Many have caused economic losses which have put enormous strains on already fragile states. "If anyone should benefit from a Global Framework for Climate Services then it has to be those for whom advance knowledge and understanding of extreme weather events can be the difference between a good crop and a bad crop, or the difference between a timely evacuation to a safe location and being caught unawares in rising floodwaters. Weather is often a matter of life and death, especially for the rural and urban poor."
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Score: 1219379.8 - https://www.undrr.org/news/uni...es-initiative-climate-services
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2021 is going to be a bad year for world hunger | United Nations Skip to main content Toggle navigation Welcome to the United Nations العربية 中文 English Français हिन्दी Português Русский Español Kiswahili Food Systems Summit 2021 Search the United Nations Submit Search A-Z Site Index Toggle navigation Home About » The Summit Vision and Principles Leadership Contributors Champions Network Action Tracks Levers of Change SDGs Frequently Asked Questions Subscribe News » News Commentary Podcast: Laying Down Tracks Events » The Summit Pre-Summit Upcoming Events Past Events Take Action » Get Involved Good Food For All The Science Summit Dialogues Summit Community » Community Commitments Registry Solutions and Coalitions Best Small Business Competition Press » Pressroom Press Releases Statements Videos Documents and Reports Bangladeshi woman and her child. Mehedi Rahman/WFP By Gernot Laganda, PROC, Chief of Climate and Disaster Risk Reduction Programmes, UN World Food Programme 2021 is going to be a bad year for world hunger How climate action can make a difference Today, the UN World Food Programme's live Hunger Map aggregates 957 million people across 93 countries who do not have enough to eat. (...) Our technical abilities to monitor and forecast weather-related hazards have never been as good as today.
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Score: 1145973.8 - https://www.un.org/en/food-sys...going-be-bad-year-world-hunger
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