News from EMS Members

Interview with DaMS Member Sebastian Pelt

EMS LC: Is your job related to meteorology?

Yes, it is. I work for the Danish TV station, TV 2, where my main tasks are weather forecasting and writing weather-related articles for our website.[more]

German Meteorological Society 2019 Calendar

The German Meteorological Society (DMG) has produced a 2019 wall calendar on the theme of urban climate. It contains 13 wonderful colour photographs and comes in 2 sizes – large and postcard size.[more]

Activities of the Hellenic Meteorological Society

The Hellenic Meteorological Society (HMS) was founded on April 8, 1974 in Athens. Its principal aims are the promotion and dissemination of meteorological science and its applications, and supporting and assisting Greek meteorologists. [more]

Rare Kelvin Helmholtz clouds spotted

Since I started studying meteorology just over a decade ago, I’ve been watching the skies in search of the special Kelvin-Helmholtz waves or Fluctus clouds, my favourite cloud type. Fluctus is the Latin word for billow or wave and reflects the shape of these clouds. [more]

Challenges in meteorology – MI6

The sixth “Challenges in Meteorology” conference was held in Zagreb on November 15th and 16th 2018. The conference was organised by the Croatian Meteorological Society, the Croatian Meteorological and Hydrological Service, Croatia Control and the Department of Geophysics, Faculty of Sciences, University in Zagreb.[more]

Visiting MI6: report by a conference attendee

What to expect from a meteorological conference in one of the smallest countries in the southeastern part of Europe? That’s a question I asked myself when I was invited to the 6th edition of  “Challenges in Meteorology” (in Croatian: Meteorološki izazovi 6, or MI6). How would it compare to its big brothers such as “DACH” run by German speaking countries or the UK’s RMetS equivalent?[more]

Climate negotiations for schools

The Royal Meteorological Society’s award-winning climate negotiations resource for schools visited Northern Ireland. Fifty under-16 year-old students from five schools participated.[more]

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