Name Contact Information Interests/Projects
John Anderson Director of Education,
New England Aquarium
New England Aquarium
Central Wharf, Boston, MA 02110
Ph: (617)973-0256

Runs the National Network for Ocean and Climate Change Interpretation.Goal is to establish a national network of professionals who are skilled in communicating climate science to the American public in ways that are engaging and stimulate productive dialogue. 


Amy Balkin Co-registrar, 
A People's Archive of Sinking and Melting, and Associate Professor,
California College of the Arts
Current projects include A People's Archive of Sinking and Melting ( and organizing public readings of the IPCC documents.
Emma Burns Curator,
Natural Sciences Collection
Otago Museum
Ph +64 |03| 479 3276419
Great King Street, Dunedin 9016, New Zealand
Emma's background is in zoology, psychology and biological anthropology and her work focuses on exhibition content development, collections research and interpretation, implementing collection development strategy, and on projects that that seek to revive indigenous Māori aspects to natural science. Broadly, she is interested in history, ecology, human, and nature interactions including climate change. Currently, she is a trainee taxidermist and anatomist. 
Céline Eidenbenz Directrice (Director),          
Musée d'art du Valais, Sion
Kunstmuseum Wallis, Sitten
Valais Art Museum, Sion
Place de la Majorie 15
CH - 1950 Sion
T +41 27 606 46 79
F +41 27 606 46 74
Collaboration to an interdisciplinary exhibition project about the Anthropocene (2016) directed by Dr. Nicolas Kramar, Valais Nature Museum, Sion.
William L. Fox Director,
Center for Art + Environment
160 West Liberty Street
Reno, Nevada 89501 USA
Jennifer Woodcock-Medicine Horse Pd.D. candidate,
American Studies, Museums Studies, Indigenous Studies
Montana State University
Cell: (406) 539-5487
Liisi Jääts Researcher-curator,       
Estonian National Museum 
Veski 32, Tartu
51014, Estonia 
Telephone: +372.7350.408
Robert Janes Editor-in-Chief,
Museum Management and Curatorship
Adjunct Professor, Department of Archaeology,
The University of Calgary, Canada
Faculty website 
His research, writing and public speaking are devoted to encouraging museums to look at their work from the perspectives of sustainability, relevance and testing long-held assumptions. I am interested in reflecting on traditional museum practices and exploring alternate ways of understanding and doing museum work.
Richard Johnson Senior Project Manager, 
Franklin Institute
222 West 20th St,            
Philadelphia, PA 19103
Ph: (215)448-1348
The Climate and Urban Systems Partnership is a group of informal science educators, climate scientists and learning scientists who explore innovative ways to engage residents in climate change issues.
Nicolas Kramar Dirrector
Musée de la nature
Av. de la Gare 42
Case postale 2244
CH - 1950 Sion 2-N
Planning an interdisciplinary exhibition project about the Anthropocene (2016) in collaboration with Dr. Céline Eidenbenz, Valais Art Museum, Sion.
Miranda Massie Director
The Climate Museum
800 3rd Ave
21st Floor
New York, New York 10022 
Related Articles:
The New Yorker
Historical Climatology 
Henry McGhie Head of Collections
Curator of Zoology
Honorary Scientific Associate,
Faculty of Life Sciences
Manchester Museum
The University of Manchester, Oxford Road Manchester, UK | M13 9PL |
0161 275 2482
Follow us on Twitter @McrMuseum
Our Museum is committed to promoting understanding between cultures and working towards a sustainable world. We seek to enable people to explore and understand environmental topics, and to encourage and empower them to make positive contributions towards sustainability.
Edward Morris Co-Founder,
The Canary Project
Current project entitled A History of the Future
Dr. Jenny Newell Curator of Pacific Ethnology,
Division of Anthropology,
American Museum of Natural History
Central Park West at 79th St
New York, NY 10024-5192  
ph +1 212-769-5866
fax: +1 212-769-5334

- Cultural impacts of climate change in the Pacific

-How museums can usefully intersect with the issue of climate change

-How museums can usefully collaborate with communities, especially Pacific communities in the diaspora

Dr. Sarina Pearson Senior Lecturer Postgraduate Adviser, 
Media, Film & Television
University of Auckland  
Private Bag 92019   
Auckland, New Zealand
+64 9 3737599 ext 88900
Ulrike Plath Professor and Head, 
Estonian Centre for Environmental History
Rüütli 6, Tallinn
10130 Estonia
Telephone: +372 6836475
Md. Mahmudur Rahman German House
House-10/A, Road 90,Gulshan-2,
Dhaka-1212, Bangladesh.
Mobile:  +8801911561912
I am working climate change issues in Bangladesh. At the same time I am tracking climate change issues and negotiations locally and internationally. As you know Bangladesh is the most vulnerable country due to climate change. This country has not enough skill to deal with climate negotiations. I am trying as my personal level to raise the voice for the government of Bangladesh to deal better negotiations for international level. I have a blog Climate Change Issues Negotiations and Bangladesh Position where I’m tracking the latest information about the climate policy and other relevant initiative to disseminate to the maximum number of people.
Susannah Sayler Assistant Professor,
Department of Transmedia
Syracuse University
The Canary Project
T +1 917.330.2221
Current project   entitled A History of the Future
Thom Van Dooren Environmental Humanities,
University of New South Wales, Australia
Interests: Ethics and politics of conservation and extinction; wildlife management in the Anthropocene; Public environmental humanities; Field philosophy and collaborative public storytelling on environmental change. 
Josh Wodak Associate Lecturer,
UNSW | Art & Design
Paddington Campus
Cnr Oxford St & Greens Rd
Paddington, NSW 2021 
T +61 (2) 8936 0803
Mariko Yoshida PhD student
Australian National University
ANU ACT 0200 Australia

-Researching social ideas of climate “adaptation” and changes is current ecological thinking by looking at techno-scientific practices of oyster farming.

-Masters thesis on local interpretation and experiences of sea-level rise in Tuvalu (2013) 




We are always looking to expand our network of contacts who are interested in the intersections of museums and climate change. To join the Museums and Climate Change Network, please send your name, affiliation (if any), interests or current projects, and contact information to Jenny Newell or Jacklyn Lacey. We look forward to collaborating with you.

Jenny Newell, Assistant Pacific Curator, Anthropology division,

Jacklyn Lacey, Curatorial Associate, Anthropology division,