We must reduce the consumption of fossil fuels as a matter of urgency. WMO Secretary-General Prof. Petteri Taalas In focus WMO at COP28 Topic Greenhouse gases Topic Climate change Activity Early Warnings for All Latest news 02 December 2023 Water and climate action go hand in hand 30 November 2023 2023 shatters climate records, with major impacts 29 November 2023 Above-average Atlantic hurricane season draws to close 21 November 2023 WMO leads new research project on early warning systems in Mediterranean 20 November 2023 Protect our radio frequency bands, says WMO 15 November 2023 Greenhouse Gas concentrations hit record high. Again. 10 November 2023 One Planet-Polar summit calls for action on the cryosphere 08 November 2023 El Niño expected to last at least until April 2024 Events COP Event - Science for Climate Action Pavilion 02 December 2023 Dubai, United Arab Emirates 2023 State of Climate Services for Health: Main findings and way forward COP Event - Science for Climate Action Pavilion 02 December 2023 Dubai, United Arab Emirates An Exceptional State of the Climate in 2023: Everything you need to know COP Event - Science for Climate Action Pavilion 03 December 2023 Dubai, United Arab Emirates Climate Science for a Sustainable Future: The Kigali Declaration View all events WMO at COP28 A top-level delegation from WMO will attend COP28 in Dubai, United Arab Emirates from 30 November - 12 December 2023. COP28 will be a milestone moment for global climate action. More information Trending topics El Niño / La Niña Cryosphere Greenhouse gases Activities Discover what WMO is doing and how it contributes to making all nations, especially the most vulnerable, more resilient to the consequences of extreme weather, climate, water, and other environmental events. WMO Community The Community Platform allows WMO to improve the efficiency of its working relationships with its Members. The Platform is accessible to anyone. Regions WMO divides the world into six regions for the purpose of coordinating meteorological activities, known as WMO regions.