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The United States continues to be the premier investment destination for entrepreneurs and investors from all around the world. International companies are serious about committing to the U.S. market, evident by the overwhelmingly positive response to the last SelectUSA Investment Summit in March 2015.
I am delighted to announce that registration is now open for the 2016 SelectUSA Investment Summit to be held June 19-21, in Washington, D.C.
Winter storms, snow, windchill, frost, ice and extreme cold are a coast-to-coast threat to the United States and its territories. Even Hawaii gets snow on its Big Island and frost is a major threat to crops in Southern states. Major cities as far south as Atlanta and Dallas have been paralyzed by snow and ice. And, the Commerce Department’s National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) wants you to be prepared.
The following is a cross-post from the International Trade Administration's Tradeology blog
Ten weather, climate disasters exceeding $1 billion impacted the nation
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As part of the National Weather Service’s (NWS) Weather-Ready Nation campaign, the NWS has released a guide to help you access your local hourly weather forecast from your computer or mobile device. Having access to your hourly forecast can assist in saving lives and property by equipping emergency managers, first responders, government officials, businesses and the public with critical information to make fast and smart decisions.
The devastating impacts of future extreme events, such as those witnessed across much of the United States during the latter half of December, can be reduced through improved readiness, which is why the Weather-Ready Nation (WRN) initiative is so important.
A Weather-Ready Nation takes well-informed communities, businesses and individuals that are ready, responsive and resilient to extreme events.
Key actions include: