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Our Future Planet

This new and highly topical contemporary science exhibition will teach
audiences about the latest technology designed to combat climate change by
capturing carbon from the atmosphere.

Our Future Planet discusses society’s most pressing and significant issue. New and highly contemporary, this exhibition explores the latest techniques being developed for removing carbon dioxide from the atmosphere to mitigate climate change.

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Visitors will explore a range of approaches to removing carbon: from nature-based solutions such as protecting ancient forests, preserving our peat bogs, and planting native trees, to chemical and mechanical processes – many of which are not yet proven at scale – that might help to further reduce carbon in the atmosphere. This exhibition is being offered as a Blueprint Pack, which is a digital package that contains the Science Museum Group’s content and digital assets for your venue to create its own unique exhibition.

Key exhibition details
• Exhibition available as a Blueprint Pack
• Available for hire from 2021
• No minimum or maximum hire duration or space requirements, no expensive shipping, insurance costs or environmental concerns

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Science Museum Group

The UK’s Science Museum Group is the world’s most significant museum group devoted to science. Governed by its Board of Trustees, the Science Museum Group comprises the Science Museum in London, the National Science and Media Museum in Bradford, the Science and Industry Museum in Manchester, the National Railway Museum in York and Locomotion in Shildon. Together these national museums attract over 6 million visitors per year and house world-class collections consisting of over 7 million objects.

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