ture, efficiently share the information generated from that infrastructure, and provide a necessary planning baseline for users of weather, climate, and other environmental information to understand what to expect from the government in the future. Recommendations will focus on identified barriers to improved interaction and will include principles to guide policy formulation in evolving areas of interaction among the sectors.
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