NERC announces it is investing in research to study the effects of dramatic changes in Arctic ice cover over the last three decades on the Arctic region.
NERC continues with process to consider charitable status for new ownership model for two of its research centres
NERC Council has affirmed its decision to proceed to the next stage of a process considering changes in the ownership and governance of two of its research centres, the Centre for Ecology & Hydrology and the National Oceanography Centre.
NERC expertise has made a key contribution to a new report on how the cities of the future can deal with the challenges around managing water in a changing environment.
The International Institute for Applied Systems Analysis announces today that the United Kingdom has become its newest member country.
If you would like to apply or make a nomination to NERC's key scientific advisory board, the Science & Innovation Strategy Board, don't miss the call deadline of 20 July 2015.
We are pleased to announce that two members of the NERC team have been appointed to high-profile positions with international science organisations.
NERC is investing up to £2 million in research to investigate how possible future scenarios for UK energy would affect vital resources like groundwater and natural habitats.
The research NERC has supported since its formation in 1965 has created innumerable benefits in the UK and beyond - making us more resilient to natural disasters, helping us use natural resources responsibly, increasing wellbeing and supporting economic growth.
Public views on the challenges facing policy and decision makers to manage the natural environment have been revealed in a major national public dialogue project.