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Our climate newsletter brings together research and news to inform decision makers, scientists and the public about the latest climate science. The newsletter will also keep you informed about what’s coming up, including expected announcements and relevant events. 

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The Met Office climate newsletter – Latest issue

  • Issue 67, 10 April 2024 - Spotlight on IPCC Chair Prof Jim Skea's visit to the Met Office

Recent climate newsletter editions

  • Issue 66, 27 March 2024 - Spotlight on AI and climate data
  • Issue 65, 13 March 2024 - Spotlight on warmest February on record
  • Issue 64, 28 February 2024 - Spotlight on Forests
  • Issue 63, 14 February 2024 - Spotlight on International Day of Women and Girls in Science
  • Issue 62, 24 January 2024 - Spotlight on weather and climate extremes
  • Issue 61, 10 January 2024 - Spotlight on 1.5 °C and climate impacts