Phát âm chuẩn – Anh ngữ đặc biệt: Satellites Track Climate Change (VOA)

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Satellite technology is the newest tool for helping developing countries deal with climate change and natural disasters. Satellites measure conditions on the ground and share the data with communities. A partnership between the National Aeronautics and Space Administration and the U.S. Agency for International Development developed such a system called SERVIR. SERVIR captures images and environmental data, like dangerous weather, and changes in water use. Scientists feed that information into computers. The analysis is shared with people, governments and organizations in the affected areas. It helps them to react and prepare. Dan Irwin is the director of the NASA SERVIR Coordination Office. He said that the SERVIR project shares important information with countries all over the world. He says it can help them deal with issues like air quality and loss of forests. Jennifer Frankel-Reed is the Senior Climate Change Specialist for USAID. She said SERVIR helped warn Bangladeshis of flooding, and prevented people in El Salvador from eating unsafe seafood. Kenya depends heavily on tea farming, and farmers there have avoided losing crops to rising temperatures. Developed in 2004, SERVIR brought together the U.S. agencies with the World Bank and Central American Commission on Environment and Development. The project now operates in more than 30 countries.

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