Browser does not support script.
We are advancing understanding of our planet and its people - past, present and future.
Posted 25 April 2016
Atmospheric carbon dioxide concentration was the major driver behind the global climatic shifts that occurred between 53 and 34 million years ago, according to new research carried out by the Universities of Southampton, Birmingham and Cardiff.
Posted 15 April 2016
In a recent Birmingham Brief article, Catherine Docherty, Professor Alexander Milner and Professor David Hannah consider the consequences of climate change on freshwater ecosystems in the Arctic, in the context of the many extreme weather events which have been recorded around the globe this winter.
Posted 31 March 2016
Scientists in the School of Geography, Earth and Environmental Sciences have developed tools to help restore vital eco-systems found in tropical mangrove forests around the world.
Studying Geography at Birmingham
Earth Sciences fieldwork
Geography and Environmental Science fieldwork
School social media channels
We run a number of seminar series' throughout the School with speakers both internal and external, on subjects ranging from human geography to atmospheric sciences. View seminars and events
Working towards equality