Exhibition: Climat, l’expo à 360 °

Until March 20th 2016, the Cité des Sciences et de l’Industrie offers an exhibition on climate disruption, involving scientific and artistic approach. From the building’s entrance hall, the visitor is 360° plunged into the different questions raised by the increase of greenhouse gas, itself linked to the diverse human activities. He discovers there shots made by photographer Kadir van Lohuizen, on the rising seas level and whose reports have notably been supported by the United Nations Environment Programme. The public can also admire works of Xavier Tiret, Marine Dillard, Caroline Gaussens or Denis Pegaz Blanc, laureates of the Universcience contest, on the topic: “The day when Earth and earthlings will have settled the climate issue...”. Numerous scientists have also taken part in this retrospective organised by Science Actualités’ editorial office. Very precise, this event shows the last news and data flow on great questions at once environmental, energetic, economic, geopolitical or technological, all relating to climate change.

“Climat, l’expo à 360°” exhibition, from October 13th to March 20th 2016.
Open Tuesday-Saturday from 10am to 6pm, and Sunday from 10am to 7pm.
Full rate: €9 / Concession (under age 25 and over age 65): €7 / free for those under 6.

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Cité des Sciences et de l’Industrie
30, avenue Corentin Cariou
75019 Paris
Tel: +33 (0)1 56 43 20 20
Metro: Porte de la Villette (lines 7 and T3b) and Corentin Cariou (line 7).

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