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​Join weather, water and climate​ professionals for an exclusive 2-day symposium.

12:00pm - 15:30pm (FJT) (UTC+12)

11-12 August 2021

What is HydrometPACIFIC?

HydrometPACIFIC is designed in partnership with the Secretariat of the Pacific Regional Environment Programme (SPREP), to provide a platform for constructive conversation and debate around building resilient hydromet infrastructure, improving data, developing partnerships, working with stakeholders and understanding the current key themes coming out of the World Meteorological Organisation (WMO), including Public-Private Engagement (PPE).

Why attend?

HydrometPACIFIC brings together a diverse audience of public, particularly senior and technical figures at Pacific Island National Meteorological and Hydrological Services (NMHS), and private sector players to develop a common understanding of their priorities and partnership needs.

Through highly relevant content and debate, our audience can uncover funding opportunities, new partnership models and gain high-quality perspectives.

What will we discuss?

Switching from 2019’s in-person event to a safe and secure virtual meeting, June’s Summit will deal with a number of important weather, climate, hydrological and meteorological topics, including:

  • Engage with the latest technical developments and top products in the hydromet space

  • Discuss emerging weather, and climate themes, including impact-based forecasting

  • Visit our sector experts for one-to-ones and demos in the Solutions Centre

  • Hear the latest on WMO policy and funding mechanisms

Who will attend?

Varysian’s virtual HydrometPACIFIC event is an invite-only gathering that will host participants from NMHS, government, Inter-Governmental Organistions (IGO), Non-Governmental Organisations (NGO), development partners and experts from the private sector and academia. Attendees will have the opportunity to meet and engage with a wide variety of highly relevant peers. 

  • Directors of NMHS & technical staff

  • Private sector stakeholders

  • Key personnel from NGOs and IGOs, including the WMO

  • Leaders from Academic Institutions and Research Centres 

  • Weather and Climate Product and Service Providers


“My first virtual conference... The world has just become smaller and more accessible.”

James Logan, OneRain (AEM group)

"Thanks again for a revolutionary and dynamic symposium with riveting themes, presentations and atmosphere."

John Smith, CEO, Civil Aviation Authority, Turks & Caicos

"The system worked smoothly: video and audio quality were excellent.

Groundbreaking – well done!"


Andrew White, Comptus

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