Review of the 21st Weather and Climate Forum






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A successful 2024 Media Workshop!

Hosted by EUMETSAT from June 20 to 22, 2024, the Media Workshop was attended by 478 participants (in-person and online), representing 74 countries.

▶️ Thursday 20 June 2024: Satellites, Forecasting, Weather, Ocean and Climate Warnings
▶️ Friday 21 June 2024: Communicating Climate Change in the Media: what is next?

Organized as part of the International Weather and Climate Forum since 2004, the Media Workshop brings together Weather Presenters from all around the world and representatives from international organisations working in Weather, Climate, Environment, Ocean and Earth Observation fields.

2024 Interviews

Back to the Media Workshop

The 21st edition of the International Weather and Climate Forum returns by next Spring with 3 highlights for the general public and professionals!

The exhibition for the General Public will be held at the Académie du Climat from 31st of May to 1st June. This event is open to everyone.

The international Symposium for professionals will be held at the Académie du Climat on 31st of May. On the agenda: the socio-economic impacts of drought.

The Media Workshop will be hosted by EUMETSAT (Darmstadt, Germany) from 20th to 22nd of June. Weather presenters from 74 countries will discuss how climate change is dealt with within the media.

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Since its creation in 2004, the International Weather and Climate Forum has been organized by Météo et Climat, a non-profit organization founded in 1852 and chaired by climatologist Jean Jouzel.
Supporting the International Weather and Climate Forum is an opportunity to be associated with a major event that brings together and mobilizes those involved in the fight against climate change.




By supporting the Forum, you will benefit from opportunities to :

  • Promote your expertise and sustainable solutions to a public made up of citizens, schoolchildren, researchers, students, associations and private companies.
  • Expand and strengthen your professional network by interacting with climate experts, private companies, NGOs, think tanks and future generations.
  • Reinforce your image as a player committed to the ecological transition.
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Relive the 2023 edition

The 2023 edition in figures

38 678

Visitors in 3 days

Figures provided by the Cité des sciences et de l’industrie





Best-Of 2023: a look back in pictures at an exceptional event!

In October 2023, we celebrated our 20th anniversary at the Cité des sciences et de l’industrie, surrounded by almost 40,000 visitors!
Thank you to our patrons Chloé Nabédian and Jamy Gourmaud and all of you for making these 3 days an unforgettable event.
We look forward to seeing you at the Climate Academy in the spring, for a new event to raise awareness of the issues surrounding climate change.

Watch the interview with Ariel RODRIGUEZ

Ariel RODRIGUEZ is Meteorologist & Environment/Climate Reporter, WSCV Telemundo 51 (USA).


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