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.
To mark the twelve days before Christmas, we’re looking back at our top twelve news stories from the past year.
This year’s rise in greenhouse gas emissions continued to increase, meaning the world is still not on track to pursue the 1.5C goal of the Paris Agreeme...
Low emission zones have been introduced to help cities to reduce the amount of air pollution being emitted in densely populated areas.
Scientists have uncovered a new link between conditions in the tropics and the weather in Europe.
Researchers from NCAS have assessed the impacts of a new source of an ozone-destroying chemical that poses a serious threat to the recovery of the ozone...
Researchers from the National Centre for Atmospheric Science are developing new holographic imaging systems for studying cloud particles in the laboratory.
On World Digital Preservation Day (Thursday 7 November 2019) the data conservation community will come together to celebrate the collections they