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Nov 15, 2017

In the final interview from our WeatherLive Conference 2017, we talk with two Royal Horticultural Society members about the challenges that gardeners now face in our changing climate and what further challenges we might expect in the future.

We discuss the findings of the recent RHS report, "Gardening In A Changing Climate" with Dr Eleanor Webster, an Environmental Climate Scientist at The RHS, and Robert Brett, the RHS Curator at Hyde Hall, in Essex.

Our membership is open to everyone and anyone with an interest in weather and climate, whether that be as a science, profession or interest. We have over 3,300 members from more than 50 countries that includes academics, scientists and professional meteorologists as well as students and keen weather enthusiasts.

The Society's programmes are broad and diverse, with many activities accessible not only to members but also to the general public and the wider meteorological and climate community. For more information on our charitable activities and events visit our website at www.rmets.org.

Thank you for listening! Comments and ideas for future topics are always welcomed so please get in touch at jo.bayliss@rmets.org.

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