Members & Activities

The membership of the EMS consists of national or regional meteorological societies in Europe, Europe being considered to include the WMO RA VI. At present the European Meteorological Society has 38 Member Societies.

The EMS is strongly supported by Associate Members, organisations with an interest in the aims of the EMS. Such bodies include non-European meteorological societies, national meteorological and hydrological services, research and education institutes and departments and companies with interest in meteorology, related sciences and their applications, and European-wide bodies with similar interests. At present the European Meteorological Society has 31 Associate Members.

 

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Weather Photographer of the Year 2021

Whether a professional photographer or an amateur, @RMetS and @Accuweather are seeking images that showcase the sometimes dramatic and always fascinating story and impact of weather. Closing date is 26 June 2021.[more]

Special Issue: Jean-François Geleyn’s work in NWP

Météo et Climat has published a special issue of La Météorologie on the role of Jean-François Geleyn in shaping Numerical Weather Prediction in France and in Europe. The research activities carried out by Jean-François throughout his career, along with personal testimonies of former colleagues and friends, are described in a series of 13 articles in the French language which are made freely available.[more]

A new website for the journal La Météorologie

Météo et Climat is pleased to announce that its journal La Météorologie has moved to a new website which offers a simple and intuitive interface in French and in English, customized for all devices. Some articles are open access immediately, after two years all published items become open access.[more]

Joint International Climate Communiqué

A global community of 43 national meteorological societies and organisations working on climate and sustainability have released a Joint International Climate Communiqué on World Meteorological Day 2021 (23 March). Together they reiterate the critical importance of addressing climate change.[more]

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