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
A team of scientists have produced a way to visualise the results from seven different global climate models.
The National Centre for Atmospheric Science has started an online Community of Practice to support public engagement with atmospheric science in the UK.
One of the most widely used climate datasets has released its biggest update since 2013.
Experts are being asked to address a set of urgent short-term questions related to air quality during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Storm Ciara and Storm Dennis wreaked havoc across Britain this year, causing damage to thousands of homes and businesses, and several deaths.
Scientists have been flying over the Atlantic Ocean to investigate how desert dust and man-made pollution are interacting in remote marine environments.
UK scientists take to the skies as part of an international research campaign to better understand the behaviour of clouds and their role in climate cha...
The annual global temperature figures for 2019 confirm that the past decade was the warmest on record.
NCAS’ Professor Ed Hawkins has been recognised in the New Year’s Honours list for his services to climate science and science communication.