News from EMS Members

SMI – one of the oldest Meteorological Societies

The Italian Meteorological Society (SMI – Società Meteorologica Italiana Onlus) is a non-profit association established in 1865, with about 500 members including professionals, scientists, users and amateurs of meteorology and atmospheric sciences. SMI promotes and encourages development and knowledge of atmospheric sciences and climate change in Italy. [more]

Supporting Early Career Members at RMetS

The Royal Meteorological Society (RMetS) recognises the need to support its early career members in order to nurture their careers and to increase the likelihood that they become lifelong and active members of RMetS. As such, RMetS has introduced a number of initiatives and is continuing to introduce more membership benefits to support this important membership group.[more]

Tail Wind or Head Wind

A report of the Christmas meeting of the Danish Meteorological Society (DaMS)

On the 14th of December – 10 days before Christmas – a meeting on wind energy was kindly hosted by the company Ørsted in Copenhagen.[more]

Finland’s 100th Anniversary Snow Seminar

As part of the official 100 year independence celebration in Finland, the Finnish Meteorological Institute (FMI) organised the 7th Snow Seminar on November 1st 2017, the day of Pyry (Blizzard). The seminar programme consisted of a wide range of snow research and services-related oral and poster presentations and was jointly-organised by the COST ES1404 Action HARMOSNOW[more]

Interview of the month: Irish Meteorological Society

Interview with Declan Murphy, President of the Irish Meteorological Society (IMS)

EMS LC: If you were to describe your society in one sentence, what would you say?

IMS: We are a broad-based society relying on voluntary effort from weather and climate enthusiasts.[more]