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Topic: Weather Climate Change

Winter Weather & Your Wallet (As Featured on Fox Weather!)
By Paul Walsh on October 27, 2021

I’m excited to share that starting this week, I’ll be giving weekly insights on the impact of the weather and environment on consumers and business...

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Top 40 Leading Weather & Climate Voices to Follow in 2022
By Ronit Margulies on October 17, 2021

This year we've seen extreme weather events - hurricanes, flooding, record-breaking heatwaves, and wildfires - cause chaos and devastation across the...

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BreezoMeter & Weather Geeks Discuss Unknown Facts about the Weather & Climate
By Daniel Leveson on August 25, 2021

Three weather geeks walk into a bar… or in this case -- a podcast! BreezoMeter’s CEO, Ran Korber, and Head of Business Development, Paul Walsh,...

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Summer Air Pollution Trends: Factors Affecting Air Quality
By Dr Gabriela Adler Katz on August 16, 2021

Some of us might associate summer with fresh, clean air, and warmer weather - and spending more time outdoors. However, summer weather and warmer...

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BreezoMeter's Air Quality Forecast on India CNN News 18
By Daniel Leveson on August 15, 2021

Air quality data integration is becoming more commonplace, often complementing weather reporting. But a lot of air pollution is invisible, and...

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Dr Yvonne Boose Explains Why Climate Change is Bad for Health
By Dr. Yvonne Boose on April 22, 2021

This year's Earth Day was all about 'restoring our earth' by raising awareness of climate change and the impact it has on our ecosystems, societies...

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How Weather, Pollen & Climate Change Work Together to Make Us Sick
By Dr. Yvonne Boose on March 9, 2021

We explore the ideal conditions for allergic pollen to spread, and explain the growing importance of predictive modelling & AI for delivering...

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Air Pollution on a Rainy Day: Understanding Weather & Air Quality
By Ran Korber on December 30, 2019

While the sources of air pollution themselves can be man-made (car traffic and industrial activity) or natural (pollen and bushfires) , weather can...

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