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 Spooky weather 22 October 2021 Halloween can be a scary time of year when it comes to the weather. From ghost-grey fogs to howling gales, just about anything is possible. Here’s a quick round up of some of the best spooky weather phenomena. Weather Flood forecasting factfile 13 October 2021 Accurate flood forecasting can save lives and livelihoods. Find out how the team at the Environment Agency produces their river flood forecasts, how to stay safe in a flood and what impact climate change will have. 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 Highs and lows of daily temperature records 29 September 2021 During summer heatwaves or severe winter cold spells, everybody wants to know if such high or low temperatures are unusual, or indeed record-breaking. Given that unseasonably warm and cold spells affect the UK most years, this interest in climatic extremes is nothing new. But creating the official list of daily temperature records for the UK was no easy task. Weather Indian summer 09 September 2021 You’ve probably heard the phrase “Indian summer”, but do you know what it actually means? 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.