Hurricane Beryl highlights need for robust early warning systems

Hurricane Beryl, which left a trail of destruction from the Caribbean to Mexico – and now the United States – has once again underscored the urgent need for robust early warning systems, the UN meteorological agency (WMO) said on Monday. https://news.un.org/feed/view/en/story/2024/07/1151856
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Hurricane Beryl highlights need for robust early warning systems
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UN emphasizes gender-sensitive approach in response to Hurricane Beryl

UN emphasizes gender-sensitive approach in response to Hurricane Beryl

10 Jul 2024

The United Nations has announced a regional response plan to support communities in the islands worst affected by Hurricane Beryl, which swept through the Caribbean last week, leaving a trail of devastation.

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UN urges international solidarity as Hurricane Beryl devastates Caribbean islands

UN urges international solidarity as Hurricane Beryl devastates Caribbean islands

02 Jul 2024

The United Nations has called for international solidarity with Grenada, the Saint Vincent and the Grenadines, and other Caribbean islands hit hard by Hurricane Beryl.

Disaster risk reduction: Only half the world equipped with adequate early warning systems

13 Oct 2022

A new report from the UN Office for Disaster Risk Reduction (UNDRR) and the World Meteorological Organization (WMO)