GENEVA (AN) — An early warning system that would alert people worldwide to impending climate-linked extreme weather disasters gained support from the top ranks of the World Meteorological Organization.
WMO's Executive Council said Monday it agreed to a series of proposals for enacting U.N. Secretary-General António Guterres' US$3.1 billion plan to ensure that everyone on the planet gets early warnings against major weather disasters.
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