Take A Trip To Climate Museums Addressing World Climate Change
Museums around the world are houses of earthly collections that preserve and tell the story of a time probably about the past, the present or even the future. Knowing that climate change is an enormous challenge that the world faces, the world’s museums step up to address these issues.
In the same way, the climate museums around the world call for the culture of the people of the world to step into the talks of the dwindling climate of the world. This ultimately is to change the global perception of climate change that universally sees a change in attitude about the climate.
The Biosphere In Montreal
The environment dedicated museum is situated in Quebec, Canada. The museum show reveals the relationship between man and his environment, projecting the environmental challenges faced. On exhibition are the eco labs for the curious mind to explore. The colour of the world is a festival of colours on exhibition. It draws attention to the beauties that colours add to the world, others on display are an immersive show that takes you on a walk down memory lane with nature and more on display at the Biosphere In Montreal.
After the visit to The Biosphere, be sure to feel Albert Einstein when taking your leave.
The Museum Of Tomorrow
Located in Brazil Rio De Janeiro, close to the beautiful waterfront of Pier Maua. Taking advantage of the location are the intricacies that go into the structuring of this architectural genius that gives the illusion of a floating museum, leaving visitors in awe of such wonder. The primary exhibit of the museum space is for time-bound displays. The Museum of tomorrow offers opportunities for scientific and technological research that perhaps will be on display at the museum. The museum also offers the Exploration Lab of Tomorrow which is an area where educational sessions and replicas of projects are encouraged.
The museum’s inspiration lies in the culture of the Carioca culture and the museum digs into the harmony of the environment and the city. The features of the museum is designed for sustainability, relying on natural lights and energy sources. The museum’s exhibits question ideas like increase in population, climate change, bioethics, change in biodiversity, life expectancy and more.
Jockey Club Museum Of Climate
The Jockey Club Museum of Climate Change was set up in December 2013 and is situated at The Chinese University of Hong Kong. It’s one of the climate museums established offering exhibitions that range from useful information about the modifications of the climate, as well as offering an engaging multimedia exhibit.