Here our climate scientists discuss their areas of expertise.
This ranges from understanding and monitoring our climate to the impacts of climate change and mitigation possibilities. They also look at communicating their science to a wider audience.
New features will be regularly added to this section.
Dr Richard Betts explains why we need to look carefully at the causes of Amazonian drought.
Dr Olivier Boucher explains the risks and rewards of using geoengineering to tackle climate change.
David Parker explains why we need long-term worldwide observations to understand the world's climate.
Dr Richard Betts explains why climate scientists need to take more responsibility about how their work is presented to the public.
Dr Peter Stott explains how global-average temperature records work.
Dr Ben Booth explains what climate feedbacks are.
Dr Vicky Pope explains what climate scientists can tell us about the future.
Jeff Ridley explains how scientific research has shown that if global temperatures rise unchecked, the Greenland ice sheet could melt completely over a few thousand years.
Dr Vicky Pope explains that all science is uncertain.
Dr Jim Haywood explains how aerosols affect the world's climate.
Dr Jim Haywood explains what global dimming is and what causes it.