GAIA EXHIBITION

THE FIRST INTERACTIVE EXHIBITION ON CLIMATE CHANGE OPENED WITH THE TITLE “CLIMATE CHANGE AND US”

IMPORTANT ANNOUNCEMENT:
The exhibition “Climate Change and US” will remain closed till October 31st, 2023

For the first time in the history of the planet, humans are playing a major role in climate change. Climate change is the most serious environmental issue the world is facing, as it directly threatens the continuation of life as we know it.

The Museum has created the first interactive climate change exhibition to help visitors better understand the effects of climate change, the extent to which it affects us all, and how everyone can help.

What climate change is

As a term, climate change refers to any changes in a region’s average weather conditions and patterns, such as changes in temperature and precipitation levels, over a long period of time.

The consequences for the Earth:

  • Average global temperature rise, ice melting, and sea level rise
  • Extreme weather events
  • Desertification
  • Biodiversity loss
  • Direct and indirect effects on human health

 

The “Climate Change and Us” exhibition is divided into 17 sections that address the following themes:  Energy, Transport, Food Production, Water usage, Waste/Recycling, Scientific Research, Impact, Personal Responsibility, and Universality

1 Ecological Footprint

2 What’s behind the socket?

3 Renewable Energy City

4 CO2 Emissions in energy generation

5 Domestic Energy & Water Consumption

6 Road Traffic CO₂ Emissions

7 Sort It!

8 Plastic Pollution

9 Circular and Linear Economy

10 Eco Market

11 Personal Water Consumption

12 Climate Change

13 UN Sustainable Development Goals

14 Solutions for Climate Change

15 Scientific Research

16 Hero for the Planet

17 Save the Planet!

 

Museological Study – Scientific Supervision

Goulandris Natural History Museum

 

Project Management – Monitoring – Coordination

George Nikolaou – Operational Planning and Monitoring Department of the GNHM

Nafsika Papavlasopoulou – Educational Department of the GNHM GAIA Centre

 

Exhibition planning

Hüttinger Interactive Exhibitions

Charalambos Lazakis, Architect Mechanic, NTUA alumnus

 

External Scientific Advisory Committee (UN SDSN Greece)

Dr. Phoebe Kountouri, Professor at the Athens University of Economics and Business, President of EAERE, President of UN SDSN Europe

Dr. Stella Apostolaki, Professor at DEREE – The American College of Greece

Dr. Chryssi Laspidou, Professor at the University of Thessaly

 

Construction of exhibition space

Nikos Vavadakis – GNHM Technical Services

TEMAKO S.A. Technical Company

 

Communication – Advertising

Georgia Zannia, Ioanna Lemoni – GNHM Marketing & Communications Department

DDB Athens Advertising

 

Graphic Design

Hüttinger Interactive Exhibitions

3 in a box

Plastic Pollution Visual Demonstration

Alexia Psaradeli


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