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  1. Webinar for South American ECRs

    The YESS Community, lead by the South American representatives and members from the region, are organizing a webinar series on Career opportunities and experiences in Climate and Weather research for South American scientists. The second edition will be on October 28th at 3pm UTC and theme is Building a career...
  2. YESS Science webinars

    YESS, lead by the Online Events WG, hosted a Science webinar series between June and July. The first webinar, From global mean sea level changes to land-atmosphere interactions, took place on June 25th. The speaker was Dr. Min-Hui Lo, from the National Taiwan University. The second webinar, Viewing Climate Signals through an AI lens,...
  3. YESS webinar science series

    During June and July, YESS will host a Science webinar series on different topics, from artificial intelligence to climate variability and change. The first webinar, From global mean sea level changes to land-atmosphere interactions, will be on June 25th (Tuesday) at 2pm UTC. The speaker is Dr. Min-Hui Lo, from...
  4. YESS member has been selected to join WMO Research Board

    We are delighted to announce that Faten Bahar, YESS Executive Committee member, has been elected to be part of the World Meteorological Organization Research Board. The Research Board on Weather, Climate, Water and the Environment (Research Board) translates the strategic aims of WMO and decisions of Executive Council and Congress...
  5. Call for applications

    “Water Cycle in a 1.5°C warmer world: interdisciplinary approaches” – Joint Early Career Researcher Workshop YESS-APECS-YHS, supported by WCRP and AGU & ‘under the auspices of the WCRP Climate Science Week‘December 7, 2019 @ AGU Fall Meeting, Afternoon (12.30-18.00) Application deadline has passed. The joint early career researchers (ECR) workshop...
  6. YESS present in TROP-ICSU workshop in France

    Our European member Moha Diallo represented the YESS Community in the TROP-ICSU workshop, which took place on June 28th in Paris (France). Here you have his experience: I arrived in Paris y around noon. Nathalie Fromproix, current IUBS Executive Director, picked up Anita Nagarajan, leader of TROP ICSU, and me as a...
  7. YESS present in TROP-ICSU workshop in Egypt

    Our African members Amira Nasser and Gamil Gamal represented the YESS Community in the TROP-ICSU workshop, which was held in Cairo (Egypt). Here you have their experience: We attended the Faculty Development Program Workshop on ‘Climate Across the Curriculum: Educational Resources for Teachers‘, organized by the Egyptian Academy of Scientific Research...
  8. YESS present in TROP-ICSU workshop in Bhutan

    Our South East Asian member Kinley Choden represented the YESS Community in the TROP-ICSU workshop, which was held in Thimphu (Bhutan). Here you have her experience: I attended the faculty Development Program cum Workshop on ‘Climate Across the Curriculum: Educational Resources for Teachers’ organized by the Center for Disaster Risk Reduction and...
  9. YESS-PAUWES second webinar

    The YESS Community, the Pan-Africann University, Institute of Water and Energy Sciences (PAUWES), with the contribution of FutureEarth’s Food-Water-Energy Nexus Knowledge-Action-Network (Nexus KAN) and the United Nations University (UNU), are pleased to announce the first edition of the webinar series on the Sustainable Development in Africa: the role of science...
  10. YESS-PAUWES first Webinar series

    The YESS-community and The Pan-African University, Institute of Water and Energy Sciences (PAUWES) with the contribution of Future Earth’s Food-Water-Energy Nexus Knowledge-Action-Network (Nexus KAN) and the United Nations University (UNU-EHS) , are pleased to announce the first edition of the webinar series on Sustainable Development in Africa: “The role of...
  11. YESS-YHS ECR Workshop Highlights

    Highlights of the YESS & YHS ECR Workshop  ”Towards Regional Information to Improve Our Understanding on Weather, Water, and Climate Extreme Events” Held from 3-5 May at the Coast Canmore Hotel and Conference Centre in Canmore, Canada. The workshop was attended by 40 early career researchers from 23 countries, jointly...

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