A New Era of Collaboration and Cooperation among the Government, Academic, and Private Sectors xactly four years ago, this column reported on the among th e participants. Had leaders in th e community formation of th e Commission on the Weather and not been willing t o participate in these early events, EClimate Enterprise, which had been approved by the commission's efforts would have collapsed. Those the AMS Council that January. The commission was initial discussions made it clear, however, that progress forme d in response to a recommendation of the could be made, and many began t o become energized National Research Council's report, Fair Weather— at th e prospect of creating a mor e collaborative envi- Effective Partnerships in Weather and Climate Ser- ronment across the enterprise. Other organizations vices, which had been commissioned by the National serving portions of the community, and even ad hoc Weathe r Service to look at improving the public- groups, began having similar discussions with similarly private partnership in weather services in this country. positive results. I reported then that "the role of this new commission Second, there was real leadership demonstrated is t o provide venues for extended and productive
Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society – American Meteorological Society
Published: Mar 1, 2009
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