Discover how geographers bring a unique perspective to presenting climate data in innovative and understandable ways through our geovisualisation series.
James Cheshire and Oliver Uberti created this visualisation showing the warming trend of the planet from the 1890s until 2020.
Learn how Gareth Farr from The British Geological Survey, in collaboration with The Coal Authority, produced this visualisation revealing how Britain’s history as a coal-producing nation could offer innovative low-carbon heating and cooling, drawing upon the geothermal heat in legacy coal mines.
Discover how James Cheshire created this map displaying nitrogen dioxide levels across Europe.
James Cheshire and Oliver Uberti created this geovisualisation showing the movement of ice on the Greenland ice cap.
James Cheshire and Oliver Uberti created this visualisation showing a single ocean view of the world.
Discover how geographers bring a unique perspective to presenting data in innovative and understandable ways.
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Meet the fearless investigators hunting down planet-destroying gases.
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