Fading El Niño, Brewing La Niña

After a strong and impactful year of El Niño, what's next? read more

Achieving a Level of Preparedness for Disasters

With the weakening of the El Niño and the onset of the rainy season, everyone is once again called upon to prepare – this time for La Niña, the opposite of El Niño, that is characterized by... read more

HIRING: Researcher

EXTENDED: We are looking for a Researcher who will handle tasks related to weather and climate-related research activities of the Center. read more

Through the rain

Ever regretted not heeding the advice to bring an umbrella? Don’t let the rains ruin your days. Instead prepare your rainy season “gear,” which should include websites and mobile applications... read more

Rhythm of the falling rain

Now that the rainy season is officially here, there are some basic things about rain that you need to know so that you’ll be prepared whenever the rain pours. read more

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Rhythm of the falling rain

Oscar M. Lopez Center WEATHER ADVISORY, Typhoon Nepartak / Butchoy, 08 July 2016, 8:00 AM

Typhoon (TY) Nepartak/Butchoy slowed down as it approached Taiwan last night due to the strengthening of a high pressure region to the north/northwest...

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Rhythm of the falling rain

Oscar M. Lopez Center WEATHER ADVISORY, Typhoon Nepartak / Butchoy, 08 July 2016, 2:00 PM

Latest satellite image (Himawari/Japan) shows TY Nepartak/Butchoy’s rainbands covering Taiwan.

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Regional Forum on Climate Change 2015

OML Center researchers will present at the Regional Forum for Climate Change (RFCC) which will be held at the Asian Institute of Technology (AIT) Conference Center at Bangkok, Thailand on 1 – 3 July 2015.

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Shape Up, Don't Shake It Off: An Environment Committee Learning Session on Disaster Management and Sustainability

The dialogue on climate change within the business sector continues in this learning session as part of the 2015 CSR Expo.

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