Kiribati CLIP-P training

29 September 2021 - The staff of the Kiribati Meteorological Service are in a better position to warn residents of the remote island of likely natural hazards thanks to the opportunity to improve their understanding of various climate and weather prediction tools.

This week, the Kiribati Meteorological Service staff took part in a Climate Tools and Science Communication in-country training, designed to enhance the capacity of the participants to better analyse and communicate weather, climate and climate change data.

The training was conducted by the staff of the Secretariat of the Pacific Regional Environment Programme (SPREP) through the Republic of Korea-Pacific Island Climate Prediction Services (ROK-PI CliPS) Phase II project and Climate and Ocean Support Programmes for the Pacific Project COSPPac project Phase II.

Kiribati consists of 33 islands with the highest point only 3 to 4meters above mean sea level with an

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