Air quality scientists demonstrate that the most deprived areas in England experience the highest levels of air pollution emissions.
An international team have been awarded £2 million to transform early warning systems for weather in Southern Africa.
The world’s forests are losing their ability to absorb carbon due to increasingly unstable conditions caused by humans, shows new study.
Atmospheric waves trapped close to the equator can be blamed for the formation of some of the world’s most devastating tropical storms
Researchers from the National Centre for Atmospheric Science outline five take-home messages about the future of UK air pollution, from the Chief Medica...
The dangerous impacts of aerosol changes on vulnerable regions should have been a priority at COP27 after climate policymakers agreed a
Climate change is increasing the probability that tropical cyclones rapidly grow into intense, damaging hurricanes in a few hours.
Stronger hurricanes that are re-energised by jet stream winds are twice as likely to cross the Atlantic and wreak havoc in Europe than weaker ones.
Researchers have developed a new method for assessing the impacts of ozone-destroying substances that threaten the recovery of the ozone layer.
A team of scientists are flying research aircraft through the heart of Arctic storms this summer to study how weather systems are affecting polar sea ice.
The UK’s FAAM Airborne Laboratory will remain at the forefront of environmental research following a significant investment by the UK government.
Professor Alastair Lewis from the National Centre for Atmospheric Science and University of York has won the Royal Society of Chemistry’s Lord Lewis Prize.