Weather A look back at 2021 17 December 2021 2021 has been a rather challenging year, with extreme weather events around the globe and numerous weather records broken. Kirsty McCabe takes a look back at some of the key events Weather Conclusion from COP26 18 November 2021 The Royal Meteorological Society's David Warrilow discusses the outcome of the conference in Glasgow and the next steps in tackling climate change Climate COP26 Jargon Buster From carbon offsetting and sequestration to green finance and declarations, this is the ultimate climate glossary to understand all things COP. Weather Diary from Svalbard 30 September 2021 Nowhere on Earth is heating faster than the Arctic. Broadcast meteorologist Laura Tobin visited Svalbard to look at the impacts of climate change, and what it will mean for us. Weather Wettest Day on Record 30 September 2021 Heavy rain and autumn gales will sweep across the UK this weekend, marking almost a year since the UK experienced its wettest day on record, when enough rainfall fell to fill Loch Ness! Weather The impacts of Hurricane Ida 02 September 2021 Hurricane Ida ripped across more than 1,500 miles (2,400km) in the United States, setting numerous records and leaving a trail of destruction. Ida was most destructive while both entering and exiting the US. The storm is already responsible for taking dozens of lives, and that number will likely rise. Climate Weather The importance of climate education 02 September 2021 Extreme weather events are happening more frequently around the globe, raising climate change ever higher on our agenda. So it's time we took the importance of being climate educated seriously. Climate Weather Key findings from the latest IPCC Report 11 August 2021 Prof Liz Bentley, Chief Executive of the Royal Meteorological Society, presents some of the key findings from the recent IPCC 6th Assessment Report Citizen Science Climate Weather Wildlife and weather in a changing climate 05 August 2021 How 300 years of citizen science is helping us understand the impacts of weather and climate change on our wildlife.