Israel launches supercomputer to simulate climate change impacts

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 Supercomputer to simulate climate change impacts to appear in Israel

On Sunday, the government approved the allocation of 20 million shekels ($5.6 million) over the next five years for a supercomputer capable of creating complex models and forecasts of the effects of climate change .

Data will be available for the entire region.

Accurate forecasting is critical to mitigating extreme weather events such as heatwaves.

New the equipment, which will be a key element of the National Center for Climate Calculations, will be operated by IMS, which is part of the Ministry of Transport.

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