Sustainable Solutions, Expert Consultancy, Innovative Weather and Climate Events
WHO WE ARE
Varysian was founded in 2017 with an objective of enhancing partnership and collaboration between National Meteorological & Hydrological Services (NMHS) and other industry stakeholders, through world-class events, data and research.
Varysian has built on these foundations, to work with partners from across the conservation, environmental and development spheres, creating specialist networks and curating digital events and campuses.
Varysian CEO, Tom Copping with Secretary General of the WMO, Professor Celeste Saulo.
WHAT WE DO
Our member-based Hydromet Network has made Varysian the meteorological and hydrological sectors’ leading information and networking resource, as well as a powerful advocate for public-private engagement (PPE).
Acting as the hub for a series of real-world and virtual gatherings, the Hydromet Network hosts over 60 events annually and accounts for over 80% of the global weather and water sector as attendees at its events and members of its digital campus.
Due to our unique position, we have the capacity to rely on selected experts across the globe. They were selected based on their extensive experiences in the field of weather and climate-related disciplines.
Combined with our already formidable in-house expertise capacity and project management skills, Varysian can now offer a comprehensive and all-encompassing consultancy service. We are well-equipped to address a wide range of requirements with a holistic approach, providing a large range of expertise for a single common goal: propose innovative solutions and highly sought-out solutions to address climate change issues.
Varysian is proud to announce the release the next issue os the Varysian Guide: Hydrometeorology
We are extremely grateful to all our contributors willing to share their expertise on recent projects, initiatives and new technology with the global meteorological community.
With this publication our goal, now and always, is to enhance partnerships and collaboration between National Meteorological & Hydrological Services and other industry stakeholders, and support capacity building in the developing world.
We hope you find this a useful resource when working on projects or enhancing forecasting capabilities.
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