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Outstanding Poster Award 2019

The graphic layout of Mendy van der Vliet’s poster is outstanding: immediately one feels attracted to engage and investigate the poster even when seen from a distance. Her poster Operational agricultural applications in emerging economies based on satellite soil moisture deals with applied science.[more]

Interview of the month: Vladimir Chukin, MeteoLab

Vladimir Chukin, Director of MeteoLab in St. Petersburg, Russian Federation, talks about the challenges for the meteorological and climatological communities, activities of MeteoLab and his views on the role of EMS in respect to Associate Members from the private sector. [more]

German Met Society’s Educational Events for Schools

In protests such as “Times of Climate Change” and “Fridays4Future” younger generations pose questions and make demands regarding what needs to be done to protect our climate. Meteorologists can play an important role in this area because the science of meteorology involves many aspects of climate change. However, it is a challenge …[more]

EMS Tromp Award 2019 for Diego Miralles

Diego Miralles from the University of Ghent, Belgium, receives the EMS Tromp Award 2019 for an outstanding achievement in biometeorology. The award is funded by the Solco W. Tromp foundation, together with travel awards for young scientiest to attend the EMS Annual Meeting in Copenhagen 2019.[more]

Amanda Ruggeri wins EMS Journalist Award 2019

Amanda Ruggeri, Editor, London Features and Editor, BBC Future, receives the Journalist Award for her article “Miami’s fight against rising seas” in which she addresses the important issue of the impacts of climate change. She covers various aspects of the subject – environmental, social and political – while presenting different points of view …[more]

EMS Outreach & Communication Award 2019: Communicating climate change

Comunicare il cambiamento climatico, a project devoted to raise awareness for the effects and impacts of climate change in the Friuli Venezia Giuglia region, will receive the EMS Outreach and Communication Award 2019. The project approaches the topic from very different angles and is aimed at different audiences.[more]

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