In October last year, I spent a few days walking on the Isle of Wight Coastal Path, mapping surviving fragments of cultural heritage discovered en route. This map will be published on The Earth Museum later this year, to coincide with the 2020 Isle of Wight Walking Festival. In preparation,Read More →

In this week’s story we reflect on the artisans from across the globe who designed the ships that made (and continue to make) travelling the oceans possible. Across cultures and traditions, theirs is a labour of love involving materials, geometry, algorithms, and a deep understanding of how the seas andRead More →

We are delighted to start working with a number of founding partners to add content on to The Earth Museum. Discover more at our Partner Collections page on this website. Our story this week is inspired by a couple of these projects working with the collections of John Milne nowRead More →

Today’s young people in schools will become tomorrow’s creative innovators, devising lifestyle solutions that help cut global carbon emissions to zero by 2050. At the beginning of a new decade, we have started experimenting with using heritage collections and linked resources on The Earth Museum to support classroom-based learning aboutRead More →