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A pile of used car tyres on fire.

Smoke from fire will impact those with respiratory conditions, according to a University of Leeds researcher.

Marsupial creatures

According to a new study, including paleoclimate data in the development of climate models could help scientists predict scenarios for future climate and propose strategies for mitigation.

Bonfire

Bonfire Night celebrations contaminate our air with hugely elevated amounts of soot, scientists have discovered.

Damage caused by a tornado in Crewgreen, Shropshire

Weather forecasters can more accurately predict when a tornado is likely to hit the UK thanks to a new tool devised in a partnership between the University of Leeds and the Met Office.

Children walking to school on a polluted road

University of Leeds researchers are taking part in a new Born in Bradford project with primary school children across the city - to measure levels of pollution and its impact on health.