The Royal Meteorological Society (RMetS) is the professional and learned society for weather and climate. The Society serves not only those in academia and professional meteorologists, but also those whose work is affected in some way or other by the weather or climate, or simply have a general interest in the weather. The membership includes scientists, practitioners and a broad range of weather enthusiasts. They administer the national vocational qualifications of the profession and under our Royal Charter pursue our purpose of the advancement of meteorological science. As meteorological science has developed it has come to include not just the science of weather and climate itself, but the application of this to disciplines such as agriculture, aviation, hydrology, marine transport and oceanography, as well as the impacts of climate change and the interaction between the atmosphere and the oceans.
Membership Opportunities, Award and Qualifications
As a Member of the Royal Meteorological Society you can:
Register as a Chartered Meteorologist (CMet).
Become professionally accredited and enhance your career status.
Keep up to date with the latest news and events within meteorology by reading the ‘house journal’ of the society. Also receive monthly e-newsletters with updates on latest projects and upcoming events.
Connect with the meteorological community - enhance your knowledge and widen your network by attending RMetS meetings and conferences.
Access to a variety of resources such as remote viewing for national meetings, speaker presentations
Eligibility for grants and fellowships.
The Royal Meteorological Society recognises excellence in meteorology and related disciplines through its medals, awards and prizes. The awards include the Mason Gold Medal, Symons Gold Medal and many more.
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