Details of NERC calls for evidence, opinions or information from our stakeholders.
NERC and the Science & Technology Facilities Council are jointly investigating the viability of developing a large scale water simulator in the UK.
The British Ocean Sediment Core Research Facility is being commissioned as part of the national capability large-scale research infrastructure portfolio.
NERC will be commissioning its data centres and associated services in 2017. As part of this process, NERC conducted an evaluation of the current performance of the data centres in July 2016.
NERC is introducing new ways of identifying and prioritising its services and facilities portfolio over the next five to ten years.
NERC is intending to conduct a mid-term evaluation of its DTPs in 2016-17. This evaluation will supplement DTP annual reports and annual visits as part of NERC's ongoing performance monitoring of DTPs.
NERC would like to thank all of its stakeholders that took part in its recent stakeholder survey. Your time, thoughts and openness were greatly appreciated and insightful.
NERC is seeking views on future priorities for investments in environmental science and innovation and how those investments should continue to enable societal benefit from environmental resources whilst managing our environment responsibly.
NERC is reviewing the ownership and governance of four of its research centres and is undertaking a range of programmed activities to inform its decision on this matter.
NERC held a public dialogue on geoengineering in 2010, to help inform our policy on supporting geoengineering research.