Indigenous people around the world are being especially impacted by Covid-19. The Navajo Nation in the western United States has reported 5,533 cases to date, and an infection rate five times that of the US average nationally. In Brazil, at least 332 Covid-19 deaths and 7,208 cases have been reportedRead More →

We launched The Earth Museum one year ago, and it feels like a good time to reflect on our experiences so far. First, we want to thank all our followers and supporters for your interest in our work to date; and we’re looking forward to creating more exciting content withRead More →

On 18th May 1980, 57 people lost their lives when Mount St. Helens in the USA erupted, spreading destruction for many miles around. I remember watching the great plumes of ash tumbling up into the air as I watched the incident unfold on television as a child, thousands of milesRead More →

While in Covid-19 lockdown at home, Year 7 students at Gosport and Fareham Multi-Academy Trust have plotted their favourite world places onto their own digital map. It’s been a great opportunity to practice geography, writing and digital skills, and The Earth Museum is delighted to be sharing their contributions withRead More →