UKCEH at EGU22: presenting science to tackle major environmental challenges
UKCEH scientists are presenting at this year’s European Geosciences Union General Assembly with updates from our hydro-climate risks, water resources and atmospheric chemistry and effects science...
Communicating the threat of invasive alien species across Europe
Biological invasions are a major driver of global biodiversity change. There are about 2000 alien species in Britain and some have adverse effects on other wildlife and the functioning of ecosystems...
Scottish Minister for Environment and Land Reform visits Auchencorth Moss field site and unveils official ICOS plaque
Màiri McAllan, the Scottish Minister for Environment and Land Reform and other Scottish Government staff visited our Auchencorth Moss field site in May 2022
Protected areas: achieving the 30×30 target
How close are we to achieving the Prime Minister’s pledge to protect 30% of UK land and seas by 2030 to support nature recovery? Dr Nick Isaac of UKCEH discusses the issues
The 4000-mile journey of a reference air pollution monitor
Part one of a two-part story describing the journey of air quality monitoring equipment once in use in the UK and now in use in Africa where it is critical to set up air pollution monitoring networks.
The 4000-mile journey of a reference air pollution monitor: arrival in Africa
Part two of a blog post describing the journey of air quality monitoring equipment from the UK to Africa
Cutting-edge research is crucial to cleaning up our rivers
As the House of Commons Environmental Audit Committee publishes a report on water quality in England's rivers, Dr Gwyn Rees of the UK Centre for Ecology & Hydrology discusses, in a blog, the...
Impressions from COP26: we must bridge the climate-biodiversity gap
Was COP26 really just ‘blah blah blah’? PhD candidate Galina Jönsson, who researches long-term biodiversity trends at UKCEH and the Natural History Museum, attended the climate summit as a member of...
Using drone mapping for habitat monitoring
We've been using our new DJI M300 RTK drone for surveying a range of habitats - from rewilding sites on the Humber to forestry plantations on the Tweed. The new system was purchased to demonstrate the...
UKCEH highlights science at the Edinburgh Climate Festival
It is not only high culture and comedy at the Edinburgh Festivals. Science was a focus too and this year, UKCEH joined a range of groups on Leith Links last Saturday (14th Aug 2021) to highlight the...