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 30 Associate Members.

 

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EMS Webinar: The operationalisation of climate projections

The EMS Webinar series continues. Our speaker this time will be Ricardo García Herrera, a Professor of Atmospheric Physics at the Universidad Complutense de Madrid. He will show how testimonies of weather and sea conditions since the early times of the sailing era were kept, how they can be converted [more]

Workshop on Mindful Climate Communication

This half-day workshop will be held as a pre-event to the EMS2024 on 1 September in Barcelona. The title reflects the fact that we want to raise awareness of the diverse psychological and social components that are involved in climate communication. It is funded by the EMS and the FutureMED COST action. Registration opens in the coming days.[more]

What does AI mean for weather forecasting?

The WeatherPod team has been developing  a new in depth focus on Artifical Intelligence and weather forecasting, with three new episodes to view and hear: an interview about ‘AI for Numerical Weather Prediction’, the second about developing physics-based trustworthy AI methods, and the third episode about [more]

Introducing the new Journal of the EMS

The EMS is excited to announce the launch of the new Journal of the EMS: JEMS is an international, peer-reviewed, open access online journal, publishing international research and review articles of general interest and relevance about weather, climate and related fields.[more]

EMS Webinar: Seamen records of past climate

The EMS Webinar series continues. Our speaker this time will be Ricardo García Herrera, a Professor of Atmospheric Physics at the Universidad Complutense de Madrid. He will show how testimonies of weather and sea conditions since the early times of the sailing era were kept, how they can be converted [more]

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