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Topic: Weather Climate Change

'Don't Look Up’ – Does Climate Tech Give Us a Better Chance Than the Netflix Movie?
By Daniel Leveson on February 1, 2022

The Netflix hit ‘Don’t Look Up’ does a good job of pointing out the absurdity of inaction in the face of scientific evidence and natural disasters in...

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Nor’easter: How Extreme Snowstorms Impact Hospital Admissions
By Daniel Leveson on January 31, 2022

The Nor’easter snowstorm may have broken snowfall records across the US East Coast, but it’s in the days after a storm that the biggest...

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How Weather Apps will Change in 2022
By Amalia Helen on January 18, 2022

As extreme weather events increase in frequency as a result of climate change, providers of weather information are increasingly expected to function...

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Choosing a Weather API - How to Ask the Right Questions
By Amalia Helen on December 8, 2021

Whether you’re building an app, looking to add weather data to your software platform, or looking to develop a connected product, you may have...

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BreezoMeter Teams Up with Leading Meteorologists
By Daniel Leveson on November 17, 2021

BreezoMeter is set to join leading meteorologists for an exclusive event on December 1st. This amazing panel of guests will provide insights on the...

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Weather & the Cost of Your Thanksgiving Dinner
By Paul Walsh on November 16, 2021

According to the Farm Bureau, this year’s Thanksgiving dinner could cost you around 5% higher than last year's, due in part to the weather. While...

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The Impact of Fluctuating Weather on Retail Sales
By Paul Walsh on November 10, 2021

I’m happy to share the details of my most recent appearance on the Fox Weather channel! This week I discussed the impact of fluctuating weather on...

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Air Pollution & Climate Change: Global Phenomena, Individual Consequences
By Amalia Helen on October 31, 2021

As COP26 gets underway this week in Glasgow, Scotland and the World Meteorological Association warns that the past seven years are set to be the...

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