United Nations Climate Change Conference (Conference of the Parties, COP26)

The NOC marks step towards net-zero technology innovations with 25th anniversary

This year, the National Oceanography Centre (NOC) is celebrating the 25th anniversary of its first Autonomous Underwater Vehicle (AUV) mission.

UK institutions join forces to put science at forefront of climate solutions

Ocean and Climate: we use global-scale modelling at the National Oceanography Centre to understand how storage and transport of heat by the oceans will influence climate change.

The UK’s leading climate science organisations are joining forces to develop a new national alliance focused on climate solutions for society.

What happens ‘If We Don’t Act Now’ on climate change?

Take part in this National Environmental Isotope Facility and British Ocean Sediment Core Research Facility outreach competition to win two, fully funded days on analysis time on a project of your choice

Climate change researchers around the world are being encouraged to create videos addressing their environmental concerns and potential solutions ahead of the COP26 conference.

The call to action is part of a new competition called ‘If We Don’t Act Now’. Entrants to the competition will have the chance to see their videos displayed for delegates at COP26 in November.

NOC contributes to UK Government’s £5m climate change research programme

The National Oceanography Centre (NOC) is working in partnership with a consortium of internationally renowned universities and research institutes to deliver a £5m research programme as the UK Government steps up efforts to prepare and protect against the impacts of climate change.