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Improving Data to Better Mitigate Extreme Weather

Over reliance on satellites weakens our defenses

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Our recent response to RfP from NOAA has not been fully accepted at these moments.

 

It calls for drastic improvement in data measuring, collection and monitoring of known harmful chemical emissions per emerging international laws, including the purchase of state-of-the-art, fan sensors for the most deadly harmful gases of methane, carbon dioxide, carbon monoxide, hydrogen and particulate matter.

Fan sensors provide far more accurate data and measurements to better predict, prevent and mitigate extreme weather events.

Objective, international research has shown that current satellite technology is fully incapable of accurately measuring harmful emissions near tall buildings, mountains, valleys, etc. where many harmful emissions cause disease, illness and death.

 

Many global surveys show that up to 50 percent of harmful chemical emissions are caused by ground transportation alone.

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