This site is using cookies to collect anonymous visitor statistics and enhance the user experience. OK | Find out more

PEO header
Image illustrating article

Working together for clear water

FEATURE: Removing peat from our tapwater

How climate change could affect the potato

PODCAST: Understanding weather extremes will help farmers plan ahead

How archaeology can tell us what people ate

PODCAST: Bone fragment clues to our ancestor's diets

How river bank erosion affects livelihoods

PODCAST: Investigating the effects of river bank erosion in Bangladesh

How climate change could affect the potato

How archaeology can tell us what people ate

How river bank erosion affects livelihoods

Working together for clear water

Graneledone octopus

Deep-sea asphalt mounds found off west African coast

Rare habitat plays host to rich variety of animals.

15 December 2014

Plaice

Trawling makes for skinny flatfish

Fishing method makes fish work harder for less nutritious food.

10 December 2014

Potato planting

How climate change could affect the potato

Understanding weather extremes will help farmers plan ahead.

18 February 2015

Mackerel

How archaeology can tell us what people ate

Why bone fragments can tell us about our ancestor's diets.

3 February 2015

Sampling water quality in an upland stream.

Working together for clear water

23 February 2015

Nobody wants peat in their tapwater, and in some situations it can even threaten people's health. Getting rid of it is costly for water companies, and a warming climate will increase the problem. The more they know about these changes, the better they'll be able to cope.

Illustration of marine turbines

Renewed interest

The UK's rich marine renewable energy resources are driving an exciting area of innovation.

23 January 2015


Planet Earth magazine cover

PLANET EARTH
Winter 2014

For more features, subscribe to our or read our .