Climate Change is here
The public is invited to visit an outdoor visual display featuring stunning imagery of climate change as told through photographs from National Geographic’s reportage of the topic throughout the years. Through the Museum’s partnerships with Environment and Climate Change Canada, Natural Resources Canada, and Sustainable Development Technology Canada, the exhibit highlights Canadian research in the field of climate change, and technologies developed to help mitigate it. The 20-panel, modular structure is lit by solar-powered lights and was installed outside the Horticulture Building at Lansdowne Park in Ottawa all summer.
More information on the exhibit here.
“Climate Change is Here” in Mexico City
On October 27, Ambassador Pierre Alarie, accompanied by Jason Armstrong of the Canada Museum of Science and Technology’s Let’s Talk Energy Program, Rafael Martinez, Mexico’s Assistant Director General for Climate Change Projects, and Luis Felipe Pérez, representative of the World Trade Center, inaugurated the Climate Change is Here Exhibit outside the World Trade Center Mexico (WTC Mexico).
Translated and transported using North America Partnership Program (NAPP) funds, the exhibit will remain in place for the month of November before moving on to other sites in Mexico and the US.
The launch coincided with the Green Expo and Aquatech Mexico, Mexico City’s gathering of industry and experts in energy, water, waste and sustainable building, in which a delegation of Canadian companies was also participating with the support of the Embassy.
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