For the first time, 2020 ranked in the top ten years for temperature, rain, and sunshine.
Record-shattering heatwaves could become two to seven times more frequent across the world than in the last 30 years.
Scientists have kick-started an intense six-week air pollution monitoring schedule, aiming to pinpoint new and emerging pollution trends.
This Clean Air Day we are supporting action on air pollution by sharing our top four steps for building a clean air future for us all.
The Royal Meteorological Society announces three awards that recognise researchers from the National Centre for Atmospheric Science, who have made excep...
A briefing for policymakers outlines how a step change in climate modelling capabilities could enable people, governments and businesses to be more resi...
The Atmospheric Science Conference 2021 has today announced a diverse conference programme focused on solutions.
An inspirational online children’s story titled Grandma’s Footsteps prompts readers to take note of changes in their environment.
Consumer aerosol products, such as deodorants, now release more volatile organic compound pollution than all cars in the UK.
Air pollution levels fell across the UK during the winter lockdown, but they did not fall as far as during the first lockdown last spring.
Just like our physical health, our mental health can impact our wellbeing and our ability to live our lives. When we
The Atmospheric Science Conference 2021 has announced thirteen eminent keynote speakers, spread across three events this summer.