ems-message October 2018

This category collects all posts that were highlighted in the ems-message of October 2018:

Hello everyone,

Welcome to the October edition of the European Meteorological Society newsletter. Last month we held a very successful annual conference in the beautiful city of Budapest so it’s not surprising that we have included some articles on that theme in this edition, such as the impressions of our Hungarian graphical artist on the event, the views of realclimate.org co-founder and how the EMS Young Scientist awardee benefited by participating.

The Annual conference is our main meeting each year but our Member Societies are busy all year around holding various interesting events. In this edition we bring you articles from Romania, Italy, Spain, Ireland, UK, France and Finland and a new Meteorological Society in Estonia. You’ll also find a few interviews, tweets of the month, hear from the new IABM President and can read all about the European Severe Storms Laboratory that we have collaborated with since its founding.

Our next edition will be out before Christmas. If you’d like to write any articles or news items for inclusion please get in touch. You’ll find further info here. As always if you’ve any suggestions for improvements or new content, we’d be delighted to hear from you.

We hope you enjoy reading the wide variety of articles in this edition. Please feel free to share with anyone you think may be interested.

Emily Gleeson on behalf of the EMS Liaison Committee

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]

What does the EMS Annual Meeting mean to me?

I think the mark of a really good conference is the fact that I’m already looking forward to EMS2019 in Copenhagen!

My first involvement with the European Meteorological Society was in 2012. I became a member of what was then known as the Editorial Board, [more]

Foundation of the Estonian Meteorological Society

Estonia has a long history of taking meteorological observations. The first regular measurements were made in Tallinn in the final decades of the 18th century. An important step forward was the foundation of the Meteorological[more]

Educational activities of the French Meteorological Society: Météo et Climat

Météo et Climat, the French Meteorological Society, was founded in 1852 as a non-profit association. Its head office is in Saint-Mandé, near Paris, and it has a regional section in Toulouse.

Its main missions are:
– To unite the atmospheric and climate science communities
– To promote the interests of communities invested in these areas[more]

European Severe Storms Laboratory (ESSL)

The European Severe Storms Laboratory (ESSL) is a non-profit research organisation which focuses on severe convective storms. We are based near Munich in Germany and in Wiener Neustadt, Austria, where we offer training courses to[more]

Upcoming ACAM conferences

24th Eduard Fontserè Conference, Barcelona, 1st December 2018 (www.acam.cat)

The theme this year focusses on biometeorology. Specialists from the following institutions will participate: International Society of Biometeorology (ISB), University of Cantabria (UC), Center for Human[more]

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