National Centre for Atmospheric Science joins forces with leading climate science organisations in national alliance focused on climate solutions.
The science-art light installation Climate Canopy will be exhibited for world leaders at the United Nations COP26 in Glasgow.
A new sensory art installation encourages climate and community action in the face of global environmental challenges.
A four-year programme will produce transformative advice, digital data and technology to drive forward the UK’s response to climate change.
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.
Scientists are using weather forecasts to predict the location and scale of impending meningitis outbreaks in sub-Saharan Africa.
Less traffic on the roads during the UK’s first Covid-19 lockdown led to large and rapid reductions in air pollution, but may have caused potentially da...
Climate change could lead to irreversible sea level rise as temperatures continue to rise and the Greenland ice sheet continues to decline.
UK scientists will take to the skies on the FAAM Airborne Laboratory to carry out crucial research into challenges such as climate change and severe wea...
The National Centre for Atmospheric Science is embarking on a digital story-telling initiative to engage children with recent changes in our environment.
Weather forecasters in Africa are getting access to satellite data that will allow them to track the path and severity of developing storms.