Recent News

  • Understanding Clouds

    World Meteorological Day - 23 March 2017.
    Clouds are of enormous importance for weather, climate and water. Clouds are central to weather observations and forecasts. [more]
  • Météo et Climat: 14th FIM 23-24 March/30March-1 April

    "Infrastructure and climate change – How will climate change impact infrastructure?" - Météo et Climat is organising the 14th International Weather and Climate Forum, with particpatory discussions on 23 March, a Symposium on 24 March in Paris, and a Media workshop on Climate Change from 30 March to 1 April in Turin/Italy.
  • EMS2017: Call for abstracts

    From 4 to 8 September 2017 the EMS2017 will take place in Dublin, Ireland.
    14 March: deadline for travel award applications
    21 April: deadline for abstract submission and waiver applications
    Three training workshops will be held on 3 September in Dublin. [more]
  • UMFVG has elected Laura Palmisano as the new president

    The Unione Meteorologica del Friuli Venezia Giulia (UMFVG) has elected a new board, with Laura Palmisano as the new president.
    Laura Palmisano earned a Master Degree in Natural Sciences at the Università degli Studi di Trieste and has dedicated her career to the promotion and teaching of science. [more]
  • Werner Wehry

    Prof Dr Werner Wehry sadly passed away on 4 December 2016 aged 77. He was one of the founders of the European Meteorological Society and also served as the second President of the Society during the years 2002 to 2005. [more]
  • EMS Annual Meeting 2017

    From 4 to 8 September 2017 the EMS2017 will take place in Dublin, Ireland.
    With the conference theme key challenges for the meteorological and climatological communities will be addressed. A new framework for the session programme has been developed. Abstract submission will open in February 2017. [more]

EMS in short

The EMS is the association of Meteorological Societies in Europe. The network consists of 37 Member Societies and 32 Associate Members. The EMS is a non-profit-making organisation. The EMS Annual Meetings attract some 600 people each year from all sectors of the field. With a number of Awards outstanding contributions to the science, its applications and communciation are honoured;  young scientists are supported through travel grants.