How to get involved

We welcome membership registration from academic staff, researchers, PhD students, policymakers, and those working in industry, who are interested in contributing to the aims of this network. Members from UK institutions and organizations can apply for standard membership, while those from elsewhere can have associate membership.

Membership provides:

  • Regular email information about network events and opportunities
  • Opportunity to apply to co-organise and/or attend CliMathNet events at reduced rates
  • Opportunity to apply for funding under one of our schemes (this is not available for associate members).

Please note that we do not attempt to provide climate predictions, advice or policy statements as such, but we will try and put you in contact with the most appropriate network members if this is what you are interested in.


  • May propose related events but need to obtain written permission from the management committee of CliMathNet in order to badge an event as “CliMathNet”
  • Are asked to mention CliMathNet and to tell us where the network has contributed to your research, for example by providing opportunities or information that has helped you to consider new/frame current and/or solve research questions
  • Are encouraged to highlight to the general public and non-specialists, the importance of Mathematics and Statistics in our understanding, prediction and modelling of the climate and its impacts on society and the economy, which is one of the aims of CliMathNet.

We intend CliMathNet to be an ongoing network, therefore, close to the end of the funded project (October 2015) we will consult about the best way forward for CliMathNet. Membership will continue until then at which point we will review the network.

You can join the network using one of these registration forms.

We welcome enquiries from potential sponsors – if you are considering this please let us know as soon as possible.