21 April 2018
Venice, Natural History Museum
Some of our behaviour is changing the world’s climate. We emit too many greenhouse gases that accumulate in the atmosphere causing global warming. In the daily news we are already talking about warmer summers and colder winters, more devastating hurricanes and rising seas.
But what kind of future can we expect for ourselves and our children? The Museum is presenting an afternoon of study on the causes of climate change and the effects we will have to face. By talking to experts we will learn together what to expect and how to prepare for the most rapid climate change that humankind has ever witnessed.
The event is organised in collaboration with the University of Padua.