Asia Climate Forum 2021 to take place in Singapore, June 21-23 June
InterMET Asia – InterFLOOD Asia – InterAIR Asia
Asia Climate Forum Conference & Exhibition is the dedicated climate change & environmental services event for Asia, Africa and the Pacific Islands. The event aims to promote public-private-academic sector engagement in the use of meteorology, hydrology, meteorology and related tools to build resilience to the impacts of extreme weather & climate change, flooding and poor air quality. The 2021 event will take place at Marina Bay Sands in Singapore from 21-23 June.
Asia Climate Forum itself comprises three complementary but distinct events:
- InterMET Asia (annually since 2014): Using weather data to address the impact of extreme weather & climate change events; and the routine use of weather data to increase the efficiency of public and private enterprise.
- InterFLOOD Asia (annually since 2017): Building resilience and adaptability to weather related floo& water events.
- InterAIR Asia (new in 2019): Monitoring, managing and mitigating the consequences of poor air quality & pollution.
Asia Climate Forum is supported by the World Bank-Global Facility for Disaster Reduction & Recovery (GFDRR), the WMO and the Association of the Hydro-Meteorological Equipment Industry (HMEI). The main audiences include commercial, public and academic organisations and individuals with a professional interest in extreme weather & climate resilience; weather & climate change affected public and private enterprises; decision makers influential in the shaping and implementing policies to address the impacts of extreme weather & climate change.
In 2021, Asia Climate Forum will form part of CleanEnviro Summit Singapore (CleanEnviro SG) 2020, organised by the Singapore National Environment Agency (NEA), and be co-located with Singapore International Water Week and the World Cities Summit at the Sands Expo & Convention Centre, Marina Bay Sands, Singapore from 21-23 June 2021.
For more information on speaking, exhibiting or sponsoring, please visit www.asiaclimateforum.com