Climate Setting Store by Carbon Sinks 01 February 2021 Many will be familiar with the idea of planting trees to save the planet. But is there a bit more to it … In the Spotlight Routing apps can deliver real-time insights into traffic emissions 20 August 2020 Routing apps such as Google Maps or Nokia’s Here platform could offer a cost-effective way of calculating emission hotspots in real time, say researchers at the University of Birmingham. Citizen Science Science Experiments for Children - Air Pollution 19 August 2020 Dr Emily Shuckburgh OBE FRMetS - Director at Cambridge Zero has made another video of science experiments for children. This time the experiments are about air pollution. In the Spotlight Observed reductions in NO2 emissions: a silver-lining from COVID-19 23 March 2020 Over the past week, the European Space Agency released data that provides a welcome positive in amidst the challenge of COVID-19. Climate Global carbon budgets - new briefing paper and podcast released 23 September 2019 The Society released another climate science briefing paper on “Global Carbon Budgets”, together with a podcast. Climate IPCC Special Report on Climate Change and Land released 12 August 2019 “Climate Change and Land” is the title of the latest report released by the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC). We take a look at the background of the report and its headline statements. In the Spotlight My Research: Helen Pearce - PhD Student, University of Birmingham 06 August 2019 Trying to develop innovative techniques to understand the quality of air in our cities Climate Impacts of a warming Europe 05 March 2019 The European continent has a very rich culture and unique landscapes and climate. The climate is driven by the Gulf Stream, which makes it milder and wetter in comparison to other regions at similar latitudes. Weather Australian Heatwave 2019 16 January 2019 Parts of Australia have been affected by a heatwave since the end of December 2018.