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Tianjin Held 8th Beijing-Tianjin-Hebei Meteorological Disaster Reduction Innovation Forum
Time:2023-12-18Keywords: Source of article:Pageviews:35

This forum focused on enhancing meteorological precision services for ecological civilization construction in major cities in the Beijing-Tianjin-Hebei region. It delved into key scientific issues, technical challenges, and solutions related to the impact of climate change on extreme weather and climate, ecological construction, and human health in meteorological support services. The forum aimed to promote profound communication among meteorological technology workers in the Beijing-Tianjin-Hebei region and strengthen technological innovation collaboration. Lu Shuangying, a member of the Tianjin Association of Science and Technology's Party Committee, a first-level inspector, and the Party Committee Secretary of the Science and Technology Club, and Zhao Yujie, a member of the Tianjin Meteorological Service's Party Committee and Deputy Director, attended the forum and delivered speeches.      

The forum revolved around topics such as the impact and response to urban climate change, the impact of climate change on human health and services, climate change adaptation in ecological construction, and the research and response to extreme weather and climate events in the Haihe River Basin. Eleven experts from the Institute of Geographic Sciences and Natural Resources Research of the Chinese Academy of Sciences, the Institute of Urban Meteorology, CMA, Beijing (IUM), Tianjin Normal University, Tianjin University, the Tianjin Environmental Meteorological Center, the Tianjin Climate Center, the Hebei Meteorological Service Center, the Hebei Meteorological Disaster Prevention and Environmental Meteorology Center, and the Hebei Meteorological Observatory delivered special reports. During the meeting, Associate Researcher Pei Lin delivered a report titled "Regional Climate Simulation of Convection Scale in Chinese Cities," and Dr. Zhang Guwei presented a report titled "Future Extreme High-Temperature Changes in Chinese Cities and Associated Health Risk Assessment".      

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Experts highlighted that cities in the Beijing-Tianjin-Hebei region feature dense populations, concentrated buildings, and intensive assets. Amidst global climate change and urbanization, the frequent complex extreme weather events render it imperative to improve forecasting capabilities for such events and strengthen prevention against meteorological disasters. It is crucial to identify challenges in related business systems and scientific research, conduct thorough research, and advance the development of precise urban forecasting models in the Beijing-Tianjin-Hebei region.    

It was reported that experts, scholars, and professionals from meteorological societies, meteorological departments, research institutes, universities, and other units in the Beijing-Tianjin-Hebei region attended the forum. Guo Peiyun, the Deputy Secretary of the Beijing Urban Meteorology Research Institute (IUM), was also present. The forum was live streaming on Tencent Meeting, Zhihu, and KouShare, drawing the attention of numerous science and technology professionals. The livestream was viewed by 22,000 people, garnering a viewership of 2.777 million.


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