The 'Climate Change' exhibition will feature interactive stations and videos as well as dioramas conveying the latest scientific concepts and research.
An exhibition titled "Climate Change," which opened in 2009 in New York and has been visited by nearly a quarter of a million people, will go on display at santralistanbul in October. Providing information about one of the rnost pressing topics of the 21st century, the exhibition addresses visitors of all age and presents the effects of climate change for future generations.
Human activity alters natural world Through interactive stations and videos as well as dioramas conveying the latest scientific concepts and research, it presents evidence that human activity över the past three hundred years has dramatically altered the natural world, particularly through the burning of fossil fuels, deforestation, and other changes in land use. As a result of this human activity, greenhouse gases like carbon dioxide have inereased rapidly in the atmosphere, changing the Earth's climate.
"Climate Change" explains how the resultiııg global warming could severely stress human societies and damage ecosystems by causing sea levels to rise, inereasing the frequency of drought and intense storrns, drastically raising temperatures över both the land and the oceans and bringing additional changes to the world.
The exhibition, which is being brought to Turkey by ArterTasarım and supported by the Regional Environmental Center, or REC, Turkey, is composed of eight divisions, ineluding four interactive and four animated globes, two mini-video shows and 20 exhibits. REC Turkey will also organize workshops at the exhibition, which will bc held at the Main Gallery, Museum of Energy and Gallery 1.