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Exhibitions

Climate change and Anthropocene exhibits

2016

Anthropocene
Musée de la Nature du Valais, Sion, Switzerland

2014-2016

Atmosphere: exploring climate science
Science Museum, London 

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Rising Waters: Photographs of Sandy
Museum of the City of New York, New York 

Human Origins: Climate Change and Human Evolution 
National Museum of Natural History, District of Columbia 

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Willkommen im Anthropozän/Welcome to the Anthropocene
Deutsches Museum, Berlin

Climate + Change
International Mountain Museum, Pokhara

Climate Change, Climate Challenge
Science Center, Singapore

Climate Change and Its Impact
The Jockey Museum of Climate Change, Hong Kong

Earth Lab: Degrees of Change
Koshland Science Museum, Washington, DC

2013-2014 

Carbon 14: Climate is Culture
Cape Farewell and Royal Ontario Museum, Toronto

2012-2013

Rivers of Ice: Vanishing Glaciers of the Greater Himalaya
MIT Museum, Massachusetts Institute of Technology

2012

Seasons of Change: Global warming in your backyard
Peabody Museum, Yale

2010

Then & Now: The Changing Arctic Landscape
Museum of the North, University of Alaska (Fairbanks, Alaska)

Then & Now traveling exhibit

2009

Climate Change: our future, our choice
The Australian Museum, Sydney

Climate Change traveling exhibit

2009

Climate change exhibition
Uganda Museum and the British High Commission

2008-2009

Climate Change: The threat to life and a new energy future
American Museum of Natural History, New York

2007

Climate change: Our global experiment
Harvard Museum of Natural History (Cambridge, Mass.)

Klima X
The Norwegian National Museum of Science, Technology, and Medicine, Oslo

Feeling the Heat: The Climate Challenge
Birch Aquarium at Scripps Institution of Oceanography, UC San Diego (La Jolla, California)

2001-ongoing

Cape Farewell
David Buckland’s international cultural program, based at the Dana Center, Science Museum, London

 

Exhibitions with climate change content

2014-2015

Nature’s Fury: The science of natural disasters
American Museum of Natural History, New York

2012-2013

Our Global Kitchen: Food, Nature, Culture
American Museum of Natural History, New York

2007-2008

Water: H2O = Life
American Museum of Natural History, New York

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