Antonio Divino Moura

Antonio Divino Moura is the first vice-president of the World Meteorological Organization and director of the Meteorological Institute of Brazil (INMET). He was founding director general of the International Research Institute for Climate and Society at Columbia University (1996-2002) and professor of meteorology at the Brazilian Space Research Institute and the University of São Paulo. He won the Carl-Gustaf Rossby Award from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology for his PhD.[1]

Antonio Divino Moura
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In 2018 the World Meteorological Organization named Antonio Divino Moura as the winner of its top scientific prize for outstanding work in meteorology and climatology and scientific research. [2]


  1. Antonio Divino Moura. World Meteorological Organization. Retrieved 27 October 2016.
  2. Deepshikha, Singh. "Antonio Divino Moura IMO Gets Prize for Climate Research" (Online). ABC Live. ABC Live. Retrieved 5 July 2018.
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