Global Carbon Budget report announces that global carbon emissions from fossil fuels have reached record levels of 36.8 billion tonnes in 2023
The National Centre for Atmospheric Science has provided vital input to a new Environment Agency report about drought in the UK.
We asked Dr Heather Guy how a Helikite was used to observe clouds and aerosol particles over central Greenland.
Throughout October and November, the FAAM Airborne Laboratory’s research aircraft is undergoing an extensive inspection, known as a C Check.
Researchers are tracking changes in pollution created by burning wood in homes, helping to uncover the effects of using wood burners on the air we breathe.
We asked climate scientists to explain why 2023 is almost certain to be the warmest year on record.
We asked research scientists to explain the major changes occurring across the Arctic region, and what the impacts of Arctic climate change are on the U...
Climate scientists have used old weather records and reconstructed how extreme weather events from the early 1900s would be experienced today.
The National Centre for Atmospheric Science has provided vital input to a recent House of Commons Library research briefing.
The National Centre for Atmospheric Science has completed tests to quantify the emissions from the combustion of sustainable aviation fuels.
£1 million to create tropical storm forecast methods using artificial intelligence has been awarded to researchers.
Climate scientists anticipate 2023 to be the warmest year on record, with the fourth monthly global temperature record in a row recently set in September.