The PublicPrivate Partnership in the Provision of Weather and Climate Services (Adopted by the AMS Executive Committee 23 July 1999)

The PublicPrivate Partnership in the Provision of Weather and Climate Services (Adopted by the... policy statement The Public-Private Partnership in the Provision of Weather and Climate Services (Adopted by the AMS Executive Committee 23 July 1999) The American Meteorological Society believes marketing of value-added weather products in the that a strong partnership between the public and pri- United States and abroad. As a result of this invest- vate sectors in the provision of weather, climate, hy- ment, the private sector delivers made-to-order drologic, and environmental services is a critical weather information that strengthens a business's per- element in the application of our science. A coordi- formance in many ways. The private sector is at the nated and cooperative sharing of responsibilities will forefront of developing creative products for the me- dia that substantially improve the display and commu- nication of weather information to the general public. • enhance public safety and the protection of property, Industries subject to environmental regulation by the • benefit industry and commerce, government depend on the private sector for instru- • speed the transfer of new technologies and scien- ments and real-time input to critical decisions. The tific knowledge to benefit society, transportation industry improves the safety of travel- • enhance growth in the private sector and stable http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society American Meteorological Society

The PublicPrivate Partnership in the Provision of Weather and Climate Services (Adopted by the AMS Executive Committee 23 July 1999)

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American Meteorological Society
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1520-0477
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10.1175/1520-0477-80.10.2099
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policy statement The Public-Private Partnership in the Provision of Weather and Climate Services (Adopted by the AMS Executive Committee 23 July 1999) The American Meteorological Society believes marketing of value-added weather products in the that a strong partnership between the public and pri- United States and abroad. As a result of this invest- vate sectors in the provision of weather, climate, hy- ment, the private sector delivers made-to-order drologic, and environmental services is a critical weather information that strengthens a business's per- element in the application of our science. A coordi- formance in many ways. The private sector is at the nated and cooperative sharing of responsibilities will forefront of developing creative products for the me- dia that substantially improve the display and commu- nication of weather information to the general public. • enhance public safety and the protection of property, Industries subject to environmental regulation by the • benefit industry and commerce, government depend on the private sector for instru- • speed the transfer of new technologies and scien- ments and real-time input to critical decisions. The tific knowledge to benefit society, transportation industry improves the safety of travel- • enhance growth in the private sector and stable

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Bulletin of the American Meteorological SocietyAmerican Meteorological Society

Published: Oct 1, 1999

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