There are lots of amazing geology events in the Edinburgh Science Festival, many of them are online and you can enjoy them from anywhere!
Deep Time Walk Experience a history of the Earth like never before with the Deep Time Walk, an interactive audio app that helps you learn about deep time. Using the app and a specially designed local route, you start at Dynamic Earth and journey across 4.6 billion years www.sciencefestival.co.uk/event-details/deep-time-walk
Urban Fossil Detective Follow Dynamic Earth’s self-guided walking trail using to explore fossils in Edinburgh www.sciencefestival.co.uk/event-details/urban-fossil-detective
Exploring Edinburgh’s Volcano Long before dinosaurs ruled the Earth, Edinburgh was part of a ‘ring of fire’ like the one that now encircles the Pacific Ocean, with volcanoes emerging from a shallow tropical sea. Explore the evidence for these ancient volcanoes on this self-led walking tour and learn how geology still shapes the city and landscape we see today. www.sciencefestival.co.uk/event-details/exploring-edinburghs-volcano—adults-and-young-people
Edinburgh 2050 — How Will Climate Change Affect Our City? Tue 6 & Wed 7 July, 10.30am & 2.30pm What will Edinburgh look like in 2050? By then, after decades of anthropogenic climate change, there will be obvious effects of increased sea level and coastal erosion, and probably more rainfall and flooding, and rising groundwater. Meeting the Scottish Government target to reduce Scotland’s emissions of all greenhouse gases to net-zero by 2045 (at the latest) will also change Edinburgh. www.sciencefestival.co.uk/event-details/edinburgh-2050–how-will-climate-change-affect-our-city