Climate Changed highlight the real and present threat of the climate crisis, consequences of inaction, and sustainable steps that people can take to counter its impact.
Presented by Science Centre Singapore and supported by the Ministry of Sustainability and the Environment, the Climate Changed exhibition features two key zones – the Climate Action Show and Guilt Trip.
Through multimedia displays, interactives, and immersive gameplay, visitors can learn about climate change and hopefully be more motivated to take urgent action to stem climate change and its impacts.
*The permanent exhibition will be officially opened to public on 21 October 2022.
Climate Action Show
Showtimes: 10.30 am - 4 pm (Every 30 minutes; Last show starts at 4 pm)
The Climate Action Show - a 20-minute production by Science Centre Singapore and Science North – Canada’s leading interactive science museum – documented to educate guests on the basics of climate science.
The show features four local and foreign climate scientists, who discuss their work on sustainability-based research. Also making an appearance are five local and foreign advocates who have spearheaded efforts against climate change. Together, these speakers encourage viewers to take action against climate change.
Inspired from board games, Guilt Trip takes guests on a “road trip” through five themed zones and to answer the question "How do your daily habits contribute to climate change?"
Test your knowledge across 5 different categories – Water Consumption, Emissions, Technology and Electricity Consumption, Food Production and Waste, as well as Recyclability and Sustainability – and learn climate-friendly tips in this game.
At the end of the gaming arena, participants can obtain a “Climate Driver’s License” – a scorecard showing their proficiency at climate action, as well as a list of sustainability tips for daily application.
Photo Credits: Science Centre Singapore