Risk is defined as the probability of some hazard occurring multiplied by the impact that hazard may have on an individual, population, or system.Improving risk perceptions in weather and climate requires better technology and communications strategies, personal accountability, and trust.
Welcome to the final Triple Point™ Podcast of the year. And what a year it's been! This 90-minute episode will get you fully caught up on all the insights, predictions, advice, and outtakes you missed.
NOAA’s Technology Partnerships Office serves the U.S. economy by transferring government-developed scientific and technological innovations to commercial applications, facilitating strategic public-private partnerships, and investing in small business research and development.
In order to create realistic business revenue with weather and climate data: 1. Know the weather 2. Make it actionable with the right analytics 3. Integrate it into existing business decision systems.