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Open your heart, science and data – and welcome Res. 42 by WMO

Open your heart, science and data – and welcome Res. 42 by WMO

Boundaries and limits. Everyone had a pleasant and rich (hopefully) taste of these concepts in 2020. Time-wise, workwise, and heart-wise among many others. Openness, tolerance and love. Everyone rightfully acknowledged the dearness of these feelings (probably) at the utmost level, again in 2020 – a year quite likely to be remembered as one of those soul-shattering years in the human history. Why d ...[Read More]

The Covid-19 pandemic cannot stop young change makers

The Covid-19 pandemic cannot stop young change makers

The Coronavirus pandemic demands creativity and flexibility from all of us when we cannot meet in person any longer and need to switch to online meetings and events. Just recently, 120 upper secondary school students (15-18 years old) of four different countries around the Baltic Sea — Finland (incl. Åland), Sweden, Latvia, and Estonia — attended an online Boot Camp to kick start one of the greate ...[Read More]

Hydrologists Join Youth-Led #GlobalClimateStrike

Hydrologists Join Youth-Led #GlobalClimateStrike

In a powerful sign of solidarity, adults from across an estimated 185 countries took to the streets to join last Friday’s youth-led Global Climate Strike, the largest climate protest in history. Among those in attendance were hydrologists from around the world, who stood shoulder to shoulder with young people to support their calls for immediate climate action. As a hydrologist who participa ...[Read More]