Early warning systems still missing in 100 countries, U.N. says

Governments of 100 countries still lacking disaster early warning systems have a duty to invest in the projects, which could save lives and property, and reap longer-term economic benefits, the U.N.’s meteorological agency said. With vulnerable countries in Africa, the Caribbean and the Pacific Islands among those still without early warning systems, the WMO said […]

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