National Centre for Atmospheric Science statement on Black Lives Matter
The National Centre for Atmospheric Science (NCAS) supports the UKRI statement on Black Lives Matter. The Black Lives Matter movement has inspired and encouraged us to reflect on the injustices facing Black people, including across the atmospheric science research community.
Innovative public engagement project will tell the story of cleaner air during COVID-19
The National Centre for Atmospheric Science is embarking on a digital story-telling initiative to engage children with recent changes in our environment.
The new initiative, funded by the Natural Environment Research Council, will pair air quality scientists with a writer and illustrator to tell a story inspired by the time our air became cleaner.
Scientists produce a clearer image of climate change
To help picture the changing climate and see where the risks of heat waves, floods and droughts may be greatest, a team of scientists have produced a way to visualise the results from seven different global climate models.
The EU PRIMAVERA programme, led by the Met Office and University of Reading, uses climate models that operate at multiple resolutions to study weather and climate.