General Information

High Impact Weather: Working in Partnerships to Reduce Risk

The EMS&ECAM meetings aim at fostering exchange and cross-fertilisation of ideas in the meteorological, climatological and related communities, focusing particularly on strategic issues relevant to the future of meteorology in Europe.

With the focal theme this year – High Impact Weather: Working in Partnership to Reduce Risk –  we aim at emphasising the partnership dimension of meteorological services. Developing and sharing skills, technology and infrastructure across organisations is required to achieve maximum utility from knowledge of the weather, in particular in high impact situations.

Registration (Deadline 31 August 2013)

Credentialed journalists and public information officers of scientific societies, educational institutions, or government agencies may register for the EMS&ECAM 2013 as members of the press at no charge. A business card must be presented. Freelance science writers must present a current membership card from EUSJA, NASW, NCSWA, CSWA, ISWA or SEJ or evidence of a by-lined science story published in 2012 or 2013.