Webinar: Launching of the Climate Information System of Indonesia, 30 April

Dear colleagues, dear friends,

We are pleased to invite you to a new webinar that follows up on the 2013 discussion series on Climate Information & Services:

Webinar: “Launching of the Climate Information System of Indonesia: good practice and lessons learnt

Date: 30 April 2014, 10 am – 11:30 am CEST (UTC+2), originally 9 April 2014

The 2013 discussion series included an overview of the “experiences with building up the national climate change information system of the national Met service in Indonesia” from a cooperation between GIZ and the Indonesian Weather, Climate and Geophysics Agency (BMKG). Now, the system has been further developed and will soon be launched and handed over by GIZ to the Climatology Department of the BMKG.

See what is different to other Climate Information Services and what has been done to get there! The webinar will demonstrate lessons learnt in Indonesia and a potential blueprint for other countries that require more detailed knowledge for improved adaptation planning.

For recordings of the previous webinars in the discussion series, please visit the Exchange section.

To participate, click Webinar Launching of the Climate Information System of Indonesia: good practice and lessons learnt, enter your name, your email-address and click “Join webinar”.

The respective times in different time zones are:If you need to convert the time of the webinar to your time zone, please visit here: http://www.timeanddate.com/worldclock/meeting.html

Technical requirements: Please use a headset and enable Java in your browser. To make sure, that your system matches all requirements, conduct a system check. If you should encounter problems, please contact support-gc21@giz.de a few days before the webinar takes place.

We are looking forward to welcoming you soon!

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