World Meteorological Day is celebrated every year on 23 March to commemorate the entry into force in 1950 of the convention that created the World Meteorological Organization. The day also highlights the huge contribution that National Meteorological and Hydrological Services make to the safety and well-being of society.
This year’s World Meteorological Day theme is “Weather and climate: engaging youth.” Today’s youth will benefit from the dramatic advances being made in our ability to understand and forecast the Earth’s weather and climate” said Sandeep Marwah President of WPDRF-World Peace Development And Research Foundation also the Ambassador of IHRO-International Human Rights Organization affiliated to United Nations in a meeting conducted for youth wing of Rotary International i.e. Rotract.
At the same time, most of them will live into the second half of this century and experience the increasing impacts of global warming. Marwah Studios encourages young people to learn more about our weather and climate system and to contribute to action on climate change” added Sandeep Marwah.