The Museum of Natural History
Central Park West at 79th Street
New York, NY 10024
Now through August 2009
This compelling exhibit offers an introduction to climate change, in a visually stimulating way. Upon entering the gallery a red neon light demonstrates the amount of CO2 produced by humans in the past one hundred years – the spike in the last 30 years, opens a point of entry for visitors.
Throughout the exhibit there are elements of interaction, video, facts and solutions that incorporate all the elements within the natural world that are at risk from clean water availability, energy, fishing industries, the polar ice caps, and endangering species, amongst so many others.
The presentation leaves visitors with enough information and solutions to be able to apply in their personal and professional lives.
This exhibit engages everyone of all ages, providing thought provoking imagery, facts and knowledge to even your seasoned environmentalist!