Science Museum Presents Ten Climate Stories


LONDON.- A new series of exhibit interventions, Ten Climate Stories, on view today at the Science Museum, reveals hidden stories behind some of the museum’s best-loved exhibits – as well as showcasing artworks from established and emerging artists, offering new perspectives on the famous displays. Ten Climate Stories is part of the Museum’s three-year Climate Changing programme – a series of thought-provoking events that accompanies the *atmosphere exploring climate science gallery. David Rooney, Science Museum curator said: “Ten Climate Stories takes a long view of our climate changing world, offering a fresh take on historic inventions and everyday objects – and their impact on the world around us.” Newly on show is the Sno-Cat used by Sir Vivian Fuchs in the 1955–8 crossing of Antarctica with Sir Edmund Hillary. This bright-orange tracked vehicle was one of four that completed the per