Seminar on Climate Change and Climate Information Service for Developing Countries


Seminar on Climate Change and Climate Information Service for Developing Countries
Nanjing University of Information Science & Technology
June 4th-24th , 2015
Invited Countries
Developing countries. Personnel in meteorological, environmental, and agricultural departments are invited.
Number of Participants
Requirements for the Participants
under 45 years old
 Healthy, provide health certificates or health examination results issued by local public hospitals. Persons having infectious diseases, severe high blood pressure, cardio-cerebral vascular diseases, diabetes, mental diseases, and those who are physically severely disabled or pregnant, are not allowed to come to China for the training.
English listening, speaking, reading and writing ability
No relatives or friends accompanied.
Host City
Nanjing, Jiangsu
Local Temperature
June:Average Temperature 20.4~29.0℃
Cities to visit
Local Temperature
Contact of the Organizer
Contact Person(s)
Wang Suchun, Wang Yong
00 86 25 58731404
00 86 18251990739
00 86 25 57010085
About the Organizer
Nanjing University of Information Science & Technology(WMO Regional Training Centre (RTC) Nanjing) has held 84 international and 28 bilateral training courses from 1990 to 2014. About 2405 meteorologists and hydrologists from 144 countries (regions) have been trained, many of them become the backbone of the scientific and technological continents in their respective National Meteorological and Hydrological Services (NMHSs), including a number of leaders of the NMHSs. In 2010, WMO issued a special certificate of achievement, which indicated that WMO RTC Nanjing made an important contribution of the People’s Republic of China to sustainable development and the achievement of the UN Millennium Development Goals.
UNESCAP/WMO Typhoon Committee appointed Training Centre as a training centre of the Committee in February 2012.
Training Course Content
The lectures cover various topics on climate change and climate information service, including a brief introduction to China and Chinese culture, policies and practices of China in response to climate change, overview of global climate change, climate change and extreme weather events, economic and societal impacts of climate change, adaptation and mitigation of climate change, global climate service framework, utilization of climate resources, climate information service, monitoring and early warning of climatic hazards, and climate projection etc.. Meteorological practice and study tours are also included.