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New opportunities abound
- Rapid urbanisation and population growth make Asia highly vulnerable to extreme weather, climate change, flooding and air pollution – innovative solutions are crucial to manage & mitigate the impacts, and to develop more resilient business and infrastructure
- These challenges present major business opportunities for the Global Weather Enterprise. The solutions crucially depend on hydromet technology and data services in such areas as transport, energy, communications, water, food, public health and other critical infrastructure and essential services
- The 2022 Asia Climate Forum conference and exhibitions will focus on weather impacted urban infrastructure and essential services – and on innovative solutions to build resilience and address extreme weather & climate change
- The new opportunities for the weather business include: electric and autonomous vehicles; energy efficient buildings; urban renewable energy; urban and coastal flood mapping; and public health
Asia's weather showInterMET Asia 2022, now entering its 7th successful year, combines a specialised exhibition and a conference strongly focused on applications across a range of key activities
It is also a forum that brings together equipment manufacturers and service providers with the WMO, the national meteorological and hydrological services (NMHS) and key organisations such as National Environment Agencies and the World Bank.
Asia's flood showRapid population growth and urbanisation, along with extreme weather and climate change are having major impacts, with potential catastrophic consequences for life, business and the economy. Asia is one of the world’s most exposed regions.
Today’s challenges demand a new way of thinking, a new way of funding and a new way of forecasting as weather patterns change and urbanisation increases.
The 3rd edition of InterFLOOD Asia is a timely event, focusing on these challenges, offering you the opportunity to anticipate, mitigate and manage flooding impact via the conference, free hands-on workshops, and an international exhibition of flood management companies.
Asia's air quality showAround 8 million people die every year from poor air quality, many of them in Asia, where 4 billion people – 92% of Asia and the Pacific’s population – are exposed to life threatening atmospheric pollution. With population growth and rapid urbanisation the situation is getting worse. The levels of carbon dioxide, methane and nitrous oxide are now at their highest levels for millions of years while the inhabitants of 98% of cities in low and middle-income countries with populations above 100,000 are breathing heavily polluted air.
InterAIR Asia is a new regional event dedicated to showcasing the technologies crucial to addressing this increasingly costly threat to public health and economic sustainability.
In conjunction with the established InterMET Asia programme, it will investigate how innovations in air quality monitoring, data availability, and accurate meteorological forecasting can mitigate pollution episodes and make possible early hazard warnings – reducing mortality, improving the quality of life, and building economic resilience.
Working with CESG
- Themed as 3 separate zones, the Asia Climate Forum exhibitions will attract many of the environmental attendees from full world-scale event
- Partnering with CleanEnviro Summit Singapore (CESG) will allow access to the full event promotional activity and wider reach to attract specifiers and purchasers of hydromet technology and forecasting services
- CESG and SIWW are part of a unique senior level invitation structure and international delegate programme
- A dedicated area in the exhibition will let exhibitors give business presentations over 3 days spotlighting how their technologies and solutions address the impacts of weather, flooding and air pollution
- Direct access to buyers, policy makers and donor agencies
- By working with CESG and our exhibitors, we will ensure Asia Climate Forum is promoted as ‘an event not to be missed’