Science reported this week that a baby born today will experience wild fires and droughts twice and frequent and flooding and crop failures three times as frequent as someone who is 60 years old today. Weather variability and extremes are increasing that point to the need for weather analytics to support adaption to climate change, especially in Africa. However, the Washington Post called out the lack of weather data for Africa; fortunately, aWhere offers 370,000 weather stations going back to 2001 that can be used by scientists, governments and companies to inform investments for increased resilience to climate change. We have a more detailed look at Kenya over the past year that has lead to food insecurity in many districts of Kenya. We also use our dynamic agroecological index to track food insecurity risks in southeast China.
Go to https://apps.awhere.com to explore our global weather resources and tools to help you understand how weather has changed where you live.