Sunday, 22 April 2018

 

WORLD METEOROLOGICAL DAY 23 MARCH 2018 ‘Weather-Ready, Climate-Smart’

Watch Video-Thunderbolts Without Rain and Winter Anti-Cyclone (26-30 April 2017.

Watch Video-Thunderstorms Approaching Mauritiu, Rodrigues and Reunion (05-08) April 2017.

 

 

Watch ENAWO Intense Tropical Cyclone (03-08 March 2017) South Indian Ocean-4th 100% Perfect PREDICTION.

Watch MMS LIVE 

 

 

 Watch CARLOS Tropical Cyclne (04-07) February 2017-South-West Indian Ocean, another 100% Perfect PREDICTION.

 

 

 

 Watch DINEO- Click Animation- 13 Feb. 2017 (courtesy: NOAA)

 

 

  

Watch Video-FLOOD STORM and Cyclone CARLOS Formations- January 2017.

INNOVATION & UNIQUENESS of MADAGASCAR- Watch VIDEO

 Watch LUNAR Eclipse-Friday 16 September 2016. 

 

 

''NASA Sees Hurricane Matthew Producing Dangerous Rainfall'' . Click to watch LIVE from NOAA or Watch from NASA/GPM here 

 

 

 

 

  Watch LIVE from UN 71st SessionSpeech of Sir Anerod JugnauthPrime Minister of Mauritius.

 

 

  Watch VIDEO: SUN Annular Eclipse from Central Atlantic Ocean to South-East Indian Ocean-01 September 2016.. 

 

 

 

 Watch VIDEO: THUNDERBOLTS trigger Heavy Rainfalls in Mauritius and Rodrigues (28-30) April 2016.

 Watch VIDEO on BAN KI-MOON 08-10 May 2016 Mission in Mauritius.

 Watch part of FANTALA VITC with METEOSAT 7 Video

 Watch animation of CYCLONE FANTALA Live with NOAA.

 

 

Watch Video DAYA Cyclone and TORRENTIAL RAIN 10-13 February 2016:South-West Indian Ocean

 

Watch WMO Video 23 MarchWorld Meteorological Day 2016

 

HALO SUN and MOON Predicting FLOOD for MARCH 2016
Halo Sun and Moon March 2016

 

Watch Cyclone CORENTIN January 2016

explans the cyclon correntin

 

Watch Flood Storm 31 December 2015

Explains the prediction of flood storm of dec 2015

 

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23 MARCH WORLD METEOROLOGICAL DAY

The INTERNATIONAL METEOROLOGICAL ORGANISATION (IMO) was founded in 1873.
It changed to WORLD METEOROLOGICAL ORGANISATION (WMO) in 1950.
One year later that is in 1951, WMO became a specialized agency of the UNITED NATIONS ORGANISATION for meteorology (climate and weather), hydrology (water related issues) and geophysical sciences (environmental issues, etc.).

Mauritius joined WMO on 17 July 1969, just 16 months after achieving Independence. There are, currently, 191 member states in the WMO which has divided the whole Blue Planet or Blue Marble into 6 regions or zones. There are, in all, 57 member states in zone 1: Mauritius (Agalega, Chagos, Rodrigues, St. Brandon and Tromelin), Comoros Island, Madagascar, Reunion, Seychelles and all the 52 countries of Africa.


The role of WMO is to contribute in providing safety and welfare to humanity, that is,

  1. protection of life and property against natural disasters- droughts, flood, cyclones,  forest fires, etc.;
  2. to safeguard the environment;
  3. to enhance the economic and social well-being in all sectors of society in areas like food security, water resources and transport.

It facilitates and promotes worldwide cooperation in exchange of rapid information and data.

World Meteorological Day is marked, since 1950, on every 23 March with a particular theme.  WMO has chosen the theme ‘Engaging Youth’ for 2014. The objective is to direct young people towards awareness about Climate Change and to mobilise them as ‘champions for action’ and also to invite women to become Meteorologists. Read more: WMO ENGAGING YOUTH.

Refer to the different correspondences and programmes I undertook for my 'cheval de bataille'

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Sent: Tuesday, February 05, 2008 10:46 AM

Subject: Preparedness Campaign

 Attention Mr. S. BOODHOO.

 Further to my mail dated 31/01/2008, I want to express my solidarity with you, once more, regarding the disaster management of cyclone GULA.

 I mentioned to you that I was convened on 31/01/2008 by the Select Committee on Sexual Offences Bill 2007 to depone. I did it and while returning home I heard you talking on a private radio, about the evolution of GULA. I got the impression that the media is trying to mislead and to cause confusion in the public, by blaming you for the traffic jam and for late attendance of the working force.

 I am convinced that Climate is changing in such a way, that even the most efficient equipment is not likely to forecast with precision certain natural forces. People are of the impression that a cyclone hits when they have gone to sleep and it fades out at the time when people wake up in the morning.

 You and individuals like me know that such is not the case. The forces of nature are beyond our forecast. There are certain forces in Nature that cannot be foreseen easily and which cannot be controlled by Humans.

 A few years ago, I used to predict cyclones 8 to 5 days before it is declared as such by the Meteorological Services. But nowadays, I have only 2 to 3 days. GULA is an exceptional case, as it gave me a longer forecast period.

  E.g: if a thunderbolt strikes and kills people along with property damage, then who is responsible? Neither the government nor the institution like yours. This is crystal clear. The millions of Chinese caught in the snow is another vivid example, though China is among the super powers.

 All these elements convince me to make the following suggestions: it is right time to launch a campaign to explain and to inculcate the public about the "Preparedness issue"

 Reasons:

i) As from the human settlement in Mauritius since about 400 years, we have never witnessed any volcanic eruption, nor an earthquake, nor a flood similar to Bangladesh/ Mozambique, nor a snowfall, nor an acid rain, nor a Tsunami, neither an asteroid bombardment. We have lived epidemics like cholera, malaria, chikkungunia. But I have foreseen mosquitoes capable of propagating more dangerous infections than dengue.

 ii)  Mauritians appear to have the feeling of being immune from such disasters. Our cool lifestyle makes us think that we should not have any problem. Besides, many citizens are snobbish. On the contrary each citizen is responsible and is bound to participate in the mitigating factors. 

 iii)  I have predicted various scenarios of natural calamities for this decade, some of which are readily at hand.

 iv)  I have been convincing a Senior Adviser of the PM since 2006, that our “Preparedness issue" should be activated very dynamically and I am prepared to contribute.  

 Mr. BOODHOO thank you for listening to me.

 Best regards.

 P.KANHYE

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Mr. BOODHOO never kept the follow up, despite my repeated and consistent requests.

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