NewEnergyNews: The New Generation At The Climate Change Museum

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    Thursday, July 26, 2018

    The New Generation At The Climate Change Museum

    Teens help reimagine America’s first climate change museum

    Justine Calma, July 24, 2018 (Grist)

    “…[For 17-year-olds Alysa Chen and Johanna Neggie, senior] year is quickly approaching — so are the impending dangers of climate change…Neggie is interested in public policy, but watching the Trump administration roll back key environmental protections has been discouraging…[Chen, who’s considering becoming an environmental attorney, said her peers are not thinking about climate change. But she and Neggie are thinking about lawsuits and planning to vote on environmental issues. And Chen is] on the Youth Advisory Council for the forthcoming Climate Museum in New York — the first of its kind in North America — [which] will engage her generation in what they see as the biggest battle of their lifetime…

    The museum, which is holding pop-up programming until it lands a permanent space, is offering much more than science and art on display. It’s hitting the streets [and] bringing science experiments to kids at local events…Last fall, the museum began its public programming with a multimedia exhibit on ice cores. In January, the museum hosted a workshop for youth to tour the exhibit and then create their own media that would merge science and art and bring young voices to the climate conversation…The Natural History Museum opened its first permanent exhibit on climate change this summer, which was lauded for helping modernize the museum with huge screens kept up-to-date with the latest climate science…[But it urges kids not to] touch the screens…” click here for more

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