Bulletin

The WMO Bulletin is the official journal of the World Meteorological Organization. The Bulletin was first published in 1952 and is produced in English, French, Russian and Spanish. The Bulletin is currently issued twice yearly online, you may subscribe below.

Her Excellency Sheikh Hasina, Prime Minister, Government of the People’s Republic of Bangladesh, addressed 16th World Meteorological Congress in Geneva, 16 May 2011. She spoke about an issue she described...

The need for long-term historical climate information and products is as important as ever. Advances in the science of seasonal climate prediction have created significant potential for this science to...

Climate is both a resource and a hazard. By harnessing climate information and services for decision-makers, the agriculture sector will be better placed to provide food for a more crowded...

Meteorology encompasses the science of both weather and climate. The energy sector has diverse requirements for meteorological services to support decision-making for both day-to-day operations and for longer-term strategic planning. ...

Climate variability and change are serious challenges to sustainable development in Africa. The current famine crisis in the Horn of Africa is yet another reminder of how fluctuations in the...

WMO presented its most prestigious award to Professor Taroh Matsuno of Japan during the 16th World Meteorological Congress, held from 16 May to 3 June 2011. The award recognizes his...