Greenpeace Exhibition on Climate Change in Rome

Until 10th March 2019, visitors to Rome can take in the “Wind, Heat, Rain, Storm: Snapshots of Life and the Environment in the Era of Climate Change” exhibition by Greenpeace at the Museum of Rome in Trastevere.

Climate change is now widely considered a devastating reality – a reality that has been thought-provokingly illustrated by a Greenpeace photo exhibition titled “Wind, Heat, Rain, Storm: Snapshots of Life and the Environment in the Era of Climate Change”.

The exhibition, which is being showcased at the Museum of Rome in Trastevere, illustrates real scenes that could become a long-standing reality if climate change isn’t tackled, such as widespread drought in southern Italy and devastatingly high waters in Venice. Typhoons and rising sea levels are also depicted as a representation of the impacts of climate change, as well as storms, heat waves and other extreme weather phenomena.

Greenpeace hope that the exhibition will help educate the public about climate change and move society in the direction of abandoning coal, oil and gas, and accelerating the energy transition towards a totally renewable world, as well as reducing meat consumption and ending deforestation.

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