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The End of our world?

The purpose of the exhibition is to raise the public's awareness of the preservation of biodiversity through a chronological journey, divided into three independent "worlds", from the appearance of life on Earth, to mass extinctions, to the current biodiversity crisis.

One million animal species and plants are threatened with extinction in the coming decades. The report of the Intergovernmental Platform on Biodiversity and Ecosystem Services (IPBES), approved in early May in Paris, paints an alarming picture of the decline of species and biodiversity, "causing serious effects on human populations worldwide".

The purpose of the exhibition is to raise the public's awareness of the preservation of biodiversity through a chronological journey, divided into three independent "worlds", from the appearance of life on Earth, to mass extinctions, to the current biodiversity crisis. Without falling into catastrophism, the discourse will be positive and hopeful.

The health crisis we are currently going through will also be addressed through a complementary and independent content on viruses. It will attempt to explain the origin and the role of viruses in ecosystems, but also the factors that contribute to their emergence and propagation.

Floor area

150-350m²
Language(s)
English
French
For rent

Monthly fee

20000€

Insurance value

200000€

Total volume

70m³

Setup time

3.0days

Dismantling time

3.0days

Ceiling : minimum height

3.00m

Volume storage

70m³
Contact

Joy
Latour

Telephone

0531229052

Mobile

06 63 98 36 70

Email

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Muséum d'Histoire Naturelle de Toulouse

The Natural History Museum of Toulouse

150 years after its founding, the Museum again opened its doors in 2008 after remaining closed for 10 years while it was undergoing a complete redesign. Now reorganised to reflect the relationship between man, nature and environment, its aim is to be a knowledge sharing institution that imparts its own particular perspective while instilling a sense of wonder and delight in visitors.

The exhibition circuit is designed to arouse curiosity and awareness of the position we occupy on this planet and how we can stay in harmony with it.

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