Today, the National Centre for Atmospheric Science launches its five-year strategy, which sets out our commitment to help solve the challenges
The National Centre for Atmospheric Science has set out a targeted programme of work in response to the Black Lives Matter movement.
Current global pledges to reduce greenhouse gas emissions aren’t yet enough to keep global temperature rise below 2°C, and warming levels of 3°C or more...
Schools within Clean Air Zone cities are being encouraged to contribute to a clean air story, co-produced by the National Centre for Atmospheric Science.
A team of researchers have used an innovative technique to create music from climate data.
Volatile organic compounds are found in many household products, but they can release harmful pollutants into the air.
The effects of long-term exposure to air pollution on COVID-19 deaths in the UK appears smaller than reported in some other countries.
The latest Met Office ‘State of the UK Climate 2019’ report shows climate change is exerting increasing influence on the UK’s climate.
Nitrogen dioxide fell by over 40% in cities around the UK during the COVID-19 lockdown, while small particle pollution saw smaller changes.
The UK’s transition to net zero greenhouse gas emissions could reduce air pollution in nearly every sector.
The National Centre for Atmospheric Science supports the UKRI statement on Black Lives Matter. The Black Lives Matter movement has inspired an...
Ten years ago the Icelandic volcano Eyjafjallajökul erupted, sending a plume of volcanic ash over nine kilometers into the sky. The