This exhibition has been developed to help promote high-quality educational experiences linked to nature and climate change. The exhibition is suitable for a wide range of formal, informal and non-formal education settings for all ages.
The exhibition consists of specially commissioned illustrations, created by design studio Hartland Design, showing how nature, primarily animals, is affected by climate change. The exhibition’s focus is on helping people understand (1) the impacts of climate change at population, species and community levels, (2) how
climate change can be managed through supporting nature (nature-based solutions/ecosystem services), and (3) how nature will need to be conserved while addressing climate change at the same time.
The exhibition draws on recent scientific research on the many ways in which climate change is already affecting biodiversity around the world. The exhibition also draws on applied social sciences research on promoting effective climate change communication and engagement. The exhibition includes 19 illustrations, and will grow to include more, with 50-80 word captions, and an introductory panel. The exhibition can be hired in its entirety, or smaller numbers of illustrations can be hired at a reduced cost.
The exhibition is offered at a comparatively low cost to promote uptake and support climate empowerment everywhere.
This exhibition consists of print-ready digital images (illustrations and accompanying captions and an introductory panel) that are produced locally, so avoiding challenges of transport, and avoiding greenhouse gas emissions associated with transporting exhibitions.