News from EMS Members

MeteoIQ joins the EMS as 31st Associate Member

Dennis Schulze, Managing Director of MeteoIQ is excited about the organization becoming Associate Member of EMS: “The global weather enterprise can only flourish when all stakeholders – private, public and academic – have an open dialogue. The EMS offers an excellent platform for this and we as MeteoIQ are very happy to be part of that …[more]

The WeatherPod: ECMWF’s Strategy 2021–2030

For the seventh episode of The WeatherPod, a programme produced for the Global Weather Enterprise Forum (GWE Fourm) Florence Rabier has been invited into the studio for this special extended episode ‘Forging a successful European[more]

8th MetMed will take place virtually

The MetMed will take place online 25 – 27 May 2021 and aims to show, discuss and disseminate the contributions of the international scientific community on different aspects of the meteorology and climatology of the Mediterranean Basin and foster communication between different research groups. The abstract submission online is still open until 21 February 2021.[more]

Meteorological Masterclass Series Returns

Anticipating floods, droughts and heatwaves

Following the success of last Autumn’s Meteorological Masterclass Series – Winter Storms in European Weather and Climate, the RMetS announces a second series with the University of Reading, taking place[more]

Publication: Weather and climate information supporting sustainable development goals

Owing to a lack of understanding, and data being unavailable, unusable or unsuitable, weather and climate information is currently underutilised in Sustainable Development Goal implementation. Improvements are essential in knowledge brokering, clarifying responsibilities, multi-institutional and multi-stakeholder governance arrangements and research on systemic risks and decisions.[more]

Web application for environmental education

The web application allows a student to measure environmental parameters using a smartphone, collect and analyze environmental data to determine the contribution of various factors to the formation of the climate. This approach is aimed at people of the generation Z who widely use digital technologies in their everyday life.[more]

EMS Council and General Assembly held online

The EMS Council and General Assembly met on 3 and 9 September 2020, respectively. Normally these meetings are held in conjunction with the yearly EMS conference, but due to the COVID-19 travel restrictions the Bratislava conference was cancelled. The following decisions and actions were agreed:[more]

Meteorological Masterclass series now available online

The Meteorological Masterclass Series – Winter Storms in European Weather and Climate, which was oraganised in partnership between the Royal Meteorological Society and the University of Reading, provided additional training and continuing professional development for[more]

RMetS New President and Vice-Presidents

The Royal Meteorological Society is welcoming Professor David Griggs PhD, FRMetS as the new President of the Society, alongside Professor Lesley Gray, PhD, FRMetS as the new Vice-President and Gary Johnston as the new Vice-President for Scotland. They formally took office on 1 October 2020.[more]

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