1. YESS @ AGU

    YESS at AGU Palmira Cuellar and Kevin Reed, North-America Regional Representatives, were representing YESS at the 2017 AGU Fall Meeting, which took place in New Orleans, December 11-15. On December 11, during the morning they convened, together with the Young Hydrologic Society (YHS) the Poster Session ED11A about Early-Career Organizations and...
  2. YESS-YHS Early Career Researcher (ECR) Workshop 2018

    Joint YESS-YHS Early Career Researcher (ECR) Workshop 2018 ‘Towards Regional Information to Improve Our Understanding on Weather, Water and Climate Extreme Events’ 3-5 May 2018, Canmore, Alberta, Canada The Young Earth System Scientists (YESS) and Young Hydrologic Society (YHS) are holding a Joint YESS-YHS Early Career Researcher (ECR) Workshop prior...
  3. YESS in WMO article – Present and Future Leaders in Weather, Water and Climate Science

    Present and Future Leaders in Weather, Water and Climate Science – WMO Proud that this World Meteorological Organization article features some of the promising women of the YESS community! The article provides an intergenerational perspective on what it is like working in meteorology, hydrology and/or climatology. Seven women discuss how...
  4. 1000 members – YESS!!

    YESS is proud to announce that our 1000th member has just joined our community! Over the past years our community has been rapidly growing and expanding internationally, currently reaching over 80 countries worldwide. We wish to thank all the YESS members for contributing to the community and we look forward...
  5. David Carlson – 1st Honorary YESS member

    David Carlson – 1st Honorary YESS member It is with deep regret that we learned that dr. David Carlson has resigned from his position as Director of the World Climate Research Programme. We, the YESS council, are extremely grateful for the valuable support he provided to the YESS community over...
  6. YESS at BAMS

    The YESS community is happy to announce that the YESS paper ‘Earth System Science Frontiers – an ECS perspective‘ has been published as an essay in the last issue of the Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society (BAMS). In the paper, an active group of young Earth system scientists describe...
  7. YESS has a new Execom and Regional Representatives

    We are happy to announce YESS’s new generation of Executive Committee and Regional Representatives. Both groups are elected by the YESS Council. The ExeCom is responsible for maintaining an overview, guiding YESS activities and is the contact point for communication both within the YESS community and with external partners. The...
  8. YESS @ EGU

    YESS was present at EGU with“Scientific speed dating” for Early Career Researchers (ECRs)! When and Where? Wed, 26 Apr, 19:00–20:00 / Room 0.15 & ‘After-Conference Drink’ afterwards in bar Käuzchen YESS held an interactive and innovative social activity where all participants could shortly introduce their work to other ECRs to...
  9. YESS @ DKK-Meeting

    Three weeks ago, YESS was present at the yearly meeting of the German Climate Consortium (DKK) in Berlin. The DKK represents the leading players of German climate and climate impact research encompassing more than 20 renowned research organizations. With “500 days after Paris”, the meeting focused on achievements and challenges...
  10. Great News! YESS office has opened

    We are happy to announce that the YESS office has officially been established at Argentina’s National Weather Service in Buenos Aires. The YESS office will assist in the coordination of the YESS community and means a big step forward in helping to engage more Early Career Scientists and build the...
  11. YESS @ SPARC News

    Read the news item about YESS in the SPARC* news! ‘Opportunity for young scientists: YESS community on its future vision‘   *SPARC (Stratosphere-troposphere Processes And their Role in Climate) is a core project of the World Climate Research Programme (WCRP)

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