14/03/2022
To Do
Sioned Bryant
Environmental Exhibitions to Visit Now
As the planet continues to be engulfed in wild forest fires, deforestation and flash flooding as a result of rapid industrialisation, the Science Museum and The Natural History Museum in London are just two of the institutions educating all generations on the impact and causes of climate change.


Amazônia at the Science Museum


Currently on display at the Science Museum, Sebastião Salgado is exhibiting his latest work and visually eclectic research of the Amazon Rainforest. A Brazilian photographer who is known for his work which documents the social and environmental issues that threaten the planet today Salgado’s work highlights the delicate precipice that divides nature and humanity.


Amazônia explores the diversity of the Amazon, comprising over 200 photographs captured over 7 years, complimented by an immersive soundtrack that transports visitors to the Amazon – bringing the vibrancy of the rainforest into the indoors of the museum. Over the course of seven years, Salgado visited twelve communities indigenous to the Amazon, capturing them in their home documenting their way of life and the threat that modern civilisation poses to their home.


https://www.francetvinfo.fr/pictures/_R4zpBfvQKL16YiHQHX7ShrON7k/fit-in/720x/2021/05/21/php3eAS1a.jpg
Sebastião Salgado, Amazonia, 2022


This multifaceted exhibition, presents awe-inspiring and powerful aerial shots of waterfalls, skies and the forest whilst also capturing deeply personal images of the indigenous communities, further emphasising the threat that both the forest and its people are experiencing.


This exhibition ends on 20th March. Head to the Science Museum before it’s too late! 



Our Future Planet at the Science Museum


Governments, politicians and green activists have temperamentally pooled together in an attempt to reduce greenhouse gas emissions across the globe. As well as plans to reduce carbon dioxide emissions, scientists are also sprinting to develop ground-breaking technologies that will extract and store excess CO2 in the atmosphere. 


Our Future Planet | Science Museum
Our Future Planet, The Science Museum, 2022


Currently on view at the Science Museum, Our Future Planet compiles all the new and cutting-edge technologies and nature-based solutions with the potential to counteract the devastating effects of the climate crisis, showcasing the work being done to preserve our home. 


This exhibition is available until September 2020. 



Our Broken Planet: How We Got Here and Ways to Fix It at the Natural History Museum



Another institution that aims to educate and inspire, The Natural History Museum exhibits a vast range of specimens and moments of natural history from across the millennia. Thus, its current exhibition on the climate crisis caused by the modern technologies of mankind juxtaposed with evolution and the natural progression of our world makes for a poignant experience and stark lesson. 


Three fluorescent, multi-coloured images of a jellyfish, crushed plastic water bottle, and a mosquito.
Our Broken Planet: How We Got Here and Ways to Fix It, The Natural History Museum, 2022

This free exhibition explores how humans have transformed our natural world to teeter on the edge of a precipice from which there could be no return; the diets of affluent nations, the rare metals mined for use in smartphones, and the cotton in many clothes all steal from nature with no returns which - along with the burning of fossil fuels - all contribute to the ongoing climate crisis. However, Our Broken Planet also explores potential solutions to the crisis, guiding visitors through an educated investigation into the state of our planet while also presenting informative and scientifically-backed lessons of how these immense changes could be reversed. 


This exhibition is available until late summer 2022 in the Jerwood Gallery at the Natural History Museum. 




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14/03/2022
To Do
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Environmental Exhibitions to Visit Now
As the planet continues to be engulfed in wild forest fires, deforestation and flash flooding as a result of rapid industrialisation, the Science Museum and The Natural History Museum in London are just two of the institutions educating all generations on the impact and causes of climate change.


Amazônia at the Science Museum


Currently on display at the Science Museum, Sebastião Salgado is exhibiting his latest work and visually eclectic research of the Amazon Rainforest. A Brazilian photographer who is known for his work which documents the social and environmental issues that threaten the planet today Salgado’s work highlights the delicate precipice that divides nature and humanity.


Amazônia explores the diversity of the Amazon, comprising over 200 photographs captured over 7 years, complimented by an immersive soundtrack that transports visitors to the Amazon – bringing the vibrancy of the rainforest into the indoors of the museum. Over the course of seven years, Salgado visited twelve communities indigenous to the Amazon, capturing them in their home documenting their way of life and the threat that modern civilisation poses to their home.


https://www.francetvinfo.fr/pictures/_R4zpBfvQKL16YiHQHX7ShrON7k/fit-in/720x/2021/05/21/php3eAS1a.jpg
Sebastião Salgado, Amazonia, 2022


This multifaceted exhibition, presents awe-inspiring and powerful aerial shots of waterfalls, skies and the forest whilst also capturing deeply personal images of the indigenous communities, further emphasising the threat that both the forest and its people are experiencing.


This exhibition ends on 20th March. Head to the Science Museum before it’s too late! 



Our Future Planet at the Science Museum


Governments, politicians and green activists have temperamentally pooled together in an attempt to reduce greenhouse gas emissions across the globe. As well as plans to reduce carbon dioxide emissions, scientists are also sprinting to develop ground-breaking technologies that will extract and store excess CO2 in the atmosphere. 


Our Future Planet | Science Museum
Our Future Planet, The Science Museum, 2022


Currently on view at the Science Museum, Our Future Planet compiles all the new and cutting-edge technologies and nature-based solutions with the potential to counteract the devastating effects of the climate crisis, showcasing the work being done to preserve our home. 


This exhibition is available until September 2020. 



Our Broken Planet: How We Got Here and Ways to Fix It at the Natural History Museum



Another institution that aims to educate and inspire, The Natural History Museum exhibits a vast range of specimens and moments of natural history from across the millennia. Thus, its current exhibition on the climate crisis caused by the modern technologies of mankind juxtaposed with evolution and the natural progression of our world makes for a poignant experience and stark lesson. 


Three fluorescent, multi-coloured images of a jellyfish, crushed plastic water bottle, and a mosquito.
Our Broken Planet: How We Got Here and Ways to Fix It, The Natural History Museum, 2022

This free exhibition explores how humans have transformed our natural world to teeter on the edge of a precipice from which there could be no return; the diets of affluent nations, the rare metals mined for use in smartphones, and the cotton in many clothes all steal from nature with no returns which - along with the burning of fossil fuels - all contribute to the ongoing climate crisis. However, Our Broken Planet also explores potential solutions to the crisis, guiding visitors through an educated investigation into the state of our planet while also presenting informative and scientifically-backed lessons of how these immense changes could be reversed. 


This exhibition is available until late summer 2022 in the Jerwood Gallery at the Natural History Museum. 




 Find all these exhibitions and more on the gowithYamo app, and remember to collect your Yamos to save up for rewards!

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14/03/2022
To Do
Sioned Bryant
Environmental Exhibitions to Visit Now
As the planet continues to be engulfed in wild forest fires, deforestation and flash flooding as a result of rapid industrialisation, the Science Museum and The Natural History Museum in London are just two of the institutions educating all generations on the impact and causes of climate change.


Amazônia at the Science Museum


Currently on display at the Science Museum, Sebastião Salgado is exhibiting his latest work and visually eclectic research of the Amazon Rainforest. A Brazilian photographer who is known for his work which documents the social and environmental issues that threaten the planet today Salgado’s work highlights the delicate precipice that divides nature and humanity.


Amazônia explores the diversity of the Amazon, comprising over 200 photographs captured over 7 years, complimented by an immersive soundtrack that transports visitors to the Amazon – bringing the vibrancy of the rainforest into the indoors of the museum. Over the course of seven years, Salgado visited twelve communities indigenous to the Amazon, capturing them in their home documenting their way of life and the threat that modern civilisation poses to their home.


https://www.francetvinfo.fr/pictures/_R4zpBfvQKL16YiHQHX7ShrON7k/fit-in/720x/2021/05/21/php3eAS1a.jpg
Sebastião Salgado, Amazonia, 2022


This multifaceted exhibition, presents awe-inspiring and powerful aerial shots of waterfalls, skies and the forest whilst also capturing deeply personal images of the indigenous communities, further emphasising the threat that both the forest and its people are experiencing.


This exhibition ends on 20th March. Head to the Science Museum before it’s too late! 



Our Future Planet at the Science Museum


Governments, politicians and green activists have temperamentally pooled together in an attempt to reduce greenhouse gas emissions across the globe. As well as plans to reduce carbon dioxide emissions, scientists are also sprinting to develop ground-breaking technologies that will extract and store excess CO2 in the atmosphere. 


Our Future Planet | Science Museum
Our Future Planet, The Science Museum, 2022


Currently on view at the Science Museum, Our Future Planet compiles all the new and cutting-edge technologies and nature-based solutions with the potential to counteract the devastating effects of the climate crisis, showcasing the work being done to preserve our home. 


This exhibition is available until September 2020. 



Our Broken Planet: How We Got Here and Ways to Fix It at the Natural History Museum



Another institution that aims to educate and inspire, The Natural History Museum exhibits a vast range of specimens and moments of natural history from across the millennia. Thus, its current exhibition on the climate crisis caused by the modern technologies of mankind juxtaposed with evolution and the natural progression of our world makes for a poignant experience and stark lesson. 


Three fluorescent, multi-coloured images of a jellyfish, crushed plastic water bottle, and a mosquito.
Our Broken Planet: How We Got Here and Ways to Fix It, The Natural History Museum, 2022

This free exhibition explores how humans have transformed our natural world to teeter on the edge of a precipice from which there could be no return; the diets of affluent nations, the rare metals mined for use in smartphones, and the cotton in many clothes all steal from nature with no returns which - along with the burning of fossil fuels - all contribute to the ongoing climate crisis. However, Our Broken Planet also explores potential solutions to the crisis, guiding visitors through an educated investigation into the state of our planet while also presenting informative and scientifically-backed lessons of how these immense changes could be reversed. 


This exhibition is available until late summer 2022 in the Jerwood Gallery at the Natural History Museum. 




 Find all these exhibitions and more on the gowithYamo app, and remember to collect your Yamos to save up for rewards!

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Collect your 5 yamos below
REDEEM YAMOS
14/03/2022
To Do
Sioned Bryant
Environmental Exhibitions to Visit Now
As the planet continues to be engulfed in wild forest fires, deforestation and flash flooding as a result of rapid industrialisation, the Science Museum and The Natural History Museum in London are just two of the institutions educating all generations on the impact and causes of climate change.


Amazônia at the Science Museum


Currently on display at the Science Museum, Sebastião Salgado is exhibiting his latest work and visually eclectic research of the Amazon Rainforest. A Brazilian photographer who is known for his work which documents the social and environmental issues that threaten the planet today Salgado’s work highlights the delicate precipice that divides nature and humanity.


Amazônia explores the diversity of the Amazon, comprising over 200 photographs captured over 7 years, complimented by an immersive soundtrack that transports visitors to the Amazon – bringing the vibrancy of the rainforest into the indoors of the museum. Over the course of seven years, Salgado visited twelve communities indigenous to the Amazon, capturing them in their home documenting their way of life and the threat that modern civilisation poses to their home.


https://www.francetvinfo.fr/pictures/_R4zpBfvQKL16YiHQHX7ShrON7k/fit-in/720x/2021/05/21/php3eAS1a.jpg
Sebastião Salgado, Amazonia, 2022


This multifaceted exhibition, presents awe-inspiring and powerful aerial shots of waterfalls, skies and the forest whilst also capturing deeply personal images of the indigenous communities, further emphasising the threat that both the forest and its people are experiencing.


This exhibition ends on 20th March. Head to the Science Museum before it’s too late! 



Our Future Planet at the Science Museum


Governments, politicians and green activists have temperamentally pooled together in an attempt to reduce greenhouse gas emissions across the globe. As well as plans to reduce carbon dioxide emissions, scientists are also sprinting to develop ground-breaking technologies that will extract and store excess CO2 in the atmosphere. 


Our Future Planet | Science Museum
Our Future Planet, The Science Museum, 2022


Currently on view at the Science Museum, Our Future Planet compiles all the new and cutting-edge technologies and nature-based solutions with the potential to counteract the devastating effects of the climate crisis, showcasing the work being done to preserve our home. 


This exhibition is available until September 2020. 



Our Broken Planet: How We Got Here and Ways to Fix It at the Natural History Museum



Another institution that aims to educate and inspire, The Natural History Museum exhibits a vast range of specimens and moments of natural history from across the millennia. Thus, its current exhibition on the climate crisis caused by the modern technologies of mankind juxtaposed with evolution and the natural progression of our world makes for a poignant experience and stark lesson. 


Three fluorescent, multi-coloured images of a jellyfish, crushed plastic water bottle, and a mosquito.
Our Broken Planet: How We Got Here and Ways to Fix It, The Natural History Museum, 2022

This free exhibition explores how humans have transformed our natural world to teeter on the edge of a precipice from which there could be no return; the diets of affluent nations, the rare metals mined for use in smartphones, and the cotton in many clothes all steal from nature with no returns which - along with the burning of fossil fuels - all contribute to the ongoing climate crisis. However, Our Broken Planet also explores potential solutions to the crisis, guiding visitors through an educated investigation into the state of our planet while also presenting informative and scientifically-backed lessons of how these immense changes could be reversed. 


This exhibition is available until late summer 2022 in the Jerwood Gallery at the Natural History Museum. 




 Find all these exhibitions and more on the gowithYamo app, and remember to collect your Yamos to save up for rewards!

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14/03/2022
To Do
Sioned Bryant
Environmental Exhibitions to Visit Now
As the planet continues to be engulfed in wild forest fires, deforestation and flash flooding as a result of rapid industrialisation, the Science Museum and The Natural History Museum in London are just two of the institutions educating all generations on the impact and causes of climate change.


Amazônia at the Science Museum


Currently on display at the Science Museum, Sebastião Salgado is exhibiting his latest work and visually eclectic research of the Amazon Rainforest. A Brazilian photographer who is known for his work which documents the social and environmental issues that threaten the planet today Salgado’s work highlights the delicate precipice that divides nature and humanity.


Amazônia explores the diversity of the Amazon, comprising over 200 photographs captured over 7 years, complimented by an immersive soundtrack that transports visitors to the Amazon – bringing the vibrancy of the rainforest into the indoors of the museum. Over the course of seven years, Salgado visited twelve communities indigenous to the Amazon, capturing them in their home documenting their way of life and the threat that modern civilisation poses to their home.


https://www.francetvinfo.fr/pictures/_R4zpBfvQKL16YiHQHX7ShrON7k/fit-in/720x/2021/05/21/php3eAS1a.jpg
Sebastião Salgado, Amazonia, 2022


This multifaceted exhibition, presents awe-inspiring and powerful aerial shots of waterfalls, skies and the forest whilst also capturing deeply personal images of the indigenous communities, further emphasising the threat that both the forest and its people are experiencing.


This exhibition ends on 20th March. Head to the Science Museum before it’s too late! 



Our Future Planet at the Science Museum


Governments, politicians and green activists have temperamentally pooled together in an attempt to reduce greenhouse gas emissions across the globe. As well as plans to reduce carbon dioxide emissions, scientists are also sprinting to develop ground-breaking technologies that will extract and store excess CO2 in the atmosphere. 


Our Future Planet | Science Museum
Our Future Planet, The Science Museum, 2022


Currently on view at the Science Museum, Our Future Planet compiles all the new and cutting-edge technologies and nature-based solutions with the potential to counteract the devastating effects of the climate crisis, showcasing the work being done to preserve our home. 


This exhibition is available until September 2020. 



Our Broken Planet: How We Got Here and Ways to Fix It at the Natural History Museum



Another institution that aims to educate and inspire, The Natural History Museum exhibits a vast range of specimens and moments of natural history from across the millennia. Thus, its current exhibition on the climate crisis caused by the modern technologies of mankind juxtaposed with evolution and the natural progression of our world makes for a poignant experience and stark lesson. 


Three fluorescent, multi-coloured images of a jellyfish, crushed plastic water bottle, and a mosquito.
Our Broken Planet: How We Got Here and Ways to Fix It, The Natural History Museum, 2022

This free exhibition explores how humans have transformed our natural world to teeter on the edge of a precipice from which there could be no return; the diets of affluent nations, the rare metals mined for use in smartphones, and the cotton in many clothes all steal from nature with no returns which - along with the burning of fossil fuels - all contribute to the ongoing climate crisis. However, Our Broken Planet also explores potential solutions to the crisis, guiding visitors through an educated investigation into the state of our planet while also presenting informative and scientifically-backed lessons of how these immense changes could be reversed. 


This exhibition is available until late summer 2022 in the Jerwood Gallery at the Natural History Museum. 




 Find all these exhibitions and more on the gowithYamo app, and remember to collect your Yamos to save up for rewards!

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REDEEM YAMOS
14/03/2022
To Do
Sioned Bryant
Environmental Exhibitions to Visit Now


Amazônia at the Science Museum


Currently on display at the Science Museum, Sebastião Salgado is exhibiting his latest work and visually eclectic research of the Amazon Rainforest. A Brazilian photographer who is known for his work which documents the social and environmental issues that threaten the planet today Salgado’s work highlights the delicate precipice that divides nature and humanity.


Amazônia explores the diversity of the Amazon, comprising over 200 photographs captured over 7 years, complimented by an immersive soundtrack that transports visitors to the Amazon – bringing the vibrancy of the rainforest into the indoors of the museum. Over the course of seven years, Salgado visited twelve communities indigenous to the Amazon, capturing them in their home documenting their way of life and the threat that modern civilisation poses to their home.


https://www.francetvinfo.fr/pictures/_R4zpBfvQKL16YiHQHX7ShrON7k/fit-in/720x/2021/05/21/php3eAS1a.jpg
Sebastião Salgado, Amazonia, 2022


This multifaceted exhibition, presents awe-inspiring and powerful aerial shots of waterfalls, skies and the forest whilst also capturing deeply personal images of the indigenous communities, further emphasising the threat that both the forest and its people are experiencing.


This exhibition ends on 20th March. Head to the Science Museum before it’s too late! 



Our Future Planet at the Science Museum


Governments, politicians and green activists have temperamentally pooled together in an attempt to reduce greenhouse gas emissions across the globe. As well as plans to reduce carbon dioxide emissions, scientists are also sprinting to develop ground-breaking technologies that will extract and store excess CO2 in the atmosphere. 


Our Future Planet | Science Museum
Our Future Planet, The Science Museum, 2022


Currently on view at the Science Museum, Our Future Planet compiles all the new and cutting-edge technologies and nature-based solutions with the potential to counteract the devastating effects of the climate crisis, showcasing the work being done to preserve our home. 


This exhibition is available until September 2020. 



Our Broken Planet: How We Got Here and Ways to Fix It at the Natural History Museum



Another institution that aims to educate and inspire, The Natural History Museum exhibits a vast range of specimens and moments of natural history from across the millennia. Thus, its current exhibition on the climate crisis caused by the modern technologies of mankind juxtaposed with evolution and the natural progression of our world makes for a poignant experience and stark lesson. 


Three fluorescent, multi-coloured images of a jellyfish, crushed plastic water bottle, and a mosquito.
Our Broken Planet: How We Got Here and Ways to Fix It, The Natural History Museum, 2022

This free exhibition explores how humans have transformed our natural world to teeter on the edge of a precipice from which there could be no return; the diets of affluent nations, the rare metals mined for use in smartphones, and the cotton in many clothes all steal from nature with no returns which - along with the burning of fossil fuels - all contribute to the ongoing climate crisis. However, Our Broken Planet also explores potential solutions to the crisis, guiding visitors through an educated investigation into the state of our planet while also presenting informative and scientifically-backed lessons of how these immense changes could be reversed. 


This exhibition is available until late summer 2022 in the Jerwood Gallery at the Natural History Museum. 




 Find all these exhibitions and more on the gowithYamo app, and remember to collect your Yamos to save up for rewards!

Thanks for reading
Collect your 5 yamos below
REDEEM YAMOS
14/03/2022
To Do
Sioned Bryant
Environmental Exhibitions to Visit Now
As the planet continues to be engulfed in wild forest fires, deforestation and flash flooding as a result of rapid industrialisation, the Science Museum and The Natural History Museum in London are just two of the institutions educating all generations on the impact and causes of climate change.


Amazônia at the Science Museum


Currently on display at the Science Museum, Sebastião Salgado is exhibiting his latest work and visually eclectic research of the Amazon Rainforest. A Brazilian photographer who is known for his work which documents the social and environmental issues that threaten the planet today Salgado’s work highlights the delicate precipice that divides nature and humanity.


Amazônia explores the diversity of the Amazon, comprising over 200 photographs captured over 7 years, complimented by an immersive soundtrack that transports visitors to the Amazon – bringing the vibrancy of the rainforest into the indoors of the museum. Over the course of seven years, Salgado visited twelve communities indigenous to the Amazon, capturing them in their home documenting their way of life and the threat that modern civilisation poses to their home.


https://www.francetvinfo.fr/pictures/_R4zpBfvQKL16YiHQHX7ShrON7k/fit-in/720x/2021/05/21/php3eAS1a.jpg
Sebastião Salgado, Amazonia, 2022


This multifaceted exhibition, presents awe-inspiring and powerful aerial shots of waterfalls, skies and the forest whilst also capturing deeply personal images of the indigenous communities, further emphasising the threat that both the forest and its people are experiencing.


This exhibition ends on 20th March. Head to the Science Museum before it’s too late! 



Our Future Planet at the Science Museum


Governments, politicians and green activists have temperamentally pooled together in an attempt to reduce greenhouse gas emissions across the globe. As well as plans to reduce carbon dioxide emissions, scientists are also sprinting to develop ground-breaking technologies that will extract and store excess CO2 in the atmosphere. 


Our Future Planet | Science Museum
Our Future Planet, The Science Museum, 2022


Currently on view at the Science Museum, Our Future Planet compiles all the new and cutting-edge technologies and nature-based solutions with the potential to counteract the devastating effects of the climate crisis, showcasing the work being done to preserve our home. 


This exhibition is available until September 2020. 



Our Broken Planet: How We Got Here and Ways to Fix It at the Natural History Museum



Another institution that aims to educate and inspire, The Natural History Museum exhibits a vast range of specimens and moments of natural history from across the millennia. Thus, its current exhibition on the climate crisis caused by the modern technologies of mankind juxtaposed with evolution and the natural progression of our world makes for a poignant experience and stark lesson. 


Three fluorescent, multi-coloured images of a jellyfish, crushed plastic water bottle, and a mosquito.
Our Broken Planet: How We Got Here and Ways to Fix It, The Natural History Museum, 2022

This free exhibition explores how humans have transformed our natural world to teeter on the edge of a precipice from which there could be no return; the diets of affluent nations, the rare metals mined for use in smartphones, and the cotton in many clothes all steal from nature with no returns which - along with the burning of fossil fuels - all contribute to the ongoing climate crisis. However, Our Broken Planet also explores potential solutions to the crisis, guiding visitors through an educated investigation into the state of our planet while also presenting informative and scientifically-backed lessons of how these immense changes could be reversed. 


This exhibition is available until late summer 2022 in the Jerwood Gallery at the Natural History Museum. 




 Find all these exhibitions and more on the gowithYamo app, and remember to collect your Yamos to save up for rewards!

Thanks for reading
Collect your 5 yamos below
REDEEM YAMOS
14/03/2022
To Do
Sioned Bryant
Environmental Exhibitions to Visit Now
As the planet continues to be engulfed in wild forest fires, deforestation and flash flooding as a result of rapid industrialisation, the Science Museum and The Natural History Museum in London are just two of the institutions educating all generations on the impact and causes of climate change.


Amazônia at the Science Museum


Currently on display at the Science Museum, Sebastião Salgado is exhibiting his latest work and visually eclectic research of the Amazon Rainforest. A Brazilian photographer who is known for his work which documents the social and environmental issues that threaten the planet today Salgado’s work highlights the delicate precipice that divides nature and humanity.


Amazônia explores the diversity of the Amazon, comprising over 200 photographs captured over 7 years, complimented by an immersive soundtrack that transports visitors to the Amazon – bringing the vibrancy of the rainforest into the indoors of the museum. Over the course of seven years, Salgado visited twelve communities indigenous to the Amazon, capturing them in their home documenting their way of life and the threat that modern civilisation poses to their home.


https://www.francetvinfo.fr/pictures/_R4zpBfvQKL16YiHQHX7ShrON7k/fit-in/720x/2021/05/21/php3eAS1a.jpg
Sebastião Salgado, Amazonia, 2022


This multifaceted exhibition, presents awe-inspiring and powerful aerial shots of waterfalls, skies and the forest whilst also capturing deeply personal images of the indigenous communities, further emphasising the threat that both the forest and its people are experiencing.


This exhibition ends on 20th March. Head to the Science Museum before it’s too late! 



Our Future Planet at the Science Museum


Governments, politicians and green activists have temperamentally pooled together in an attempt to reduce greenhouse gas emissions across the globe. As well as plans to reduce carbon dioxide emissions, scientists are also sprinting to develop ground-breaking technologies that will extract and store excess CO2 in the atmosphere. 


Our Future Planet | Science Museum
Our Future Planet, The Science Museum, 2022


Currently on view at the Science Museum, Our Future Planet compiles all the new and cutting-edge technologies and nature-based solutions with the potential to counteract the devastating effects of the climate crisis, showcasing the work being done to preserve our home. 


This exhibition is available until September 2020. 



Our Broken Planet: How We Got Here and Ways to Fix It at the Natural History Museum



Another institution that aims to educate and inspire, The Natural History Museum exhibits a vast range of specimens and moments of natural history from across the millennia. Thus, its current exhibition on the climate crisis caused by the modern technologies of mankind juxtaposed with evolution and the natural progression of our world makes for a poignant experience and stark lesson. 


Three fluorescent, multi-coloured images of a jellyfish, crushed plastic water bottle, and a mosquito.
Our Broken Planet: How We Got Here and Ways to Fix It, The Natural History Museum, 2022

This free exhibition explores how humans have transformed our natural world to teeter on the edge of a precipice from which there could be no return; the diets of affluent nations, the rare metals mined for use in smartphones, and the cotton in many clothes all steal from nature with no returns which - along with the burning of fossil fuels - all contribute to the ongoing climate crisis. However, Our Broken Planet also explores potential solutions to the crisis, guiding visitors through an educated investigation into the state of our planet while also presenting informative and scientifically-backed lessons of how these immense changes could be reversed. 


This exhibition is available until late summer 2022 in the Jerwood Gallery at the Natural History Museum. 




 Find all these exhibitions and more on the gowithYamo app, and remember to collect your Yamos to save up for rewards!

Thanks for reading
Collect your 5 yamos below
REDEEM YAMOS
14/03/2022
To Do
Sioned Bryant
Environmental Exhibitions to Visit Now
As the planet continues to be engulfed in wild forest fires, deforestation and flash flooding as a result of rapid industrialisation, the Science Museum and The Natural History Museum in London are just two of the institutions educating all generations on the impact and causes of climate change.


Amazônia at the Science Museum


Currently on display at the Science Museum, Sebastião Salgado is exhibiting his latest work and visually eclectic research of the Amazon Rainforest. A Brazilian photographer who is known for his work which documents the social and environmental issues that threaten the planet today Salgado’s work highlights the delicate precipice that divides nature and humanity.


Amazônia explores the diversity of the Amazon, comprising over 200 photographs captured over 7 years, complimented by an immersive soundtrack that transports visitors to the Amazon – bringing the vibrancy of the rainforest into the indoors of the museum. Over the course of seven years, Salgado visited twelve communities indigenous to the Amazon, capturing them in their home documenting their way of life and the threat that modern civilisation poses to their home.


https://www.francetvinfo.fr/pictures/_R4zpBfvQKL16YiHQHX7ShrON7k/fit-in/720x/2021/05/21/php3eAS1a.jpg
Sebastião Salgado, Amazonia, 2022


This multifaceted exhibition, presents awe-inspiring and powerful aerial shots of waterfalls, skies and the forest whilst also capturing deeply personal images of the indigenous communities, further emphasising the threat that both the forest and its people are experiencing.


This exhibition ends on 20th March. Head to the Science Museum before it’s too late! 



Our Future Planet at the Science Museum


Governments, politicians and green activists have temperamentally pooled together in an attempt to reduce greenhouse gas emissions across the globe. As well as plans to reduce carbon dioxide emissions, scientists are also sprinting to develop ground-breaking technologies that will extract and store excess CO2 in the atmosphere. 


Our Future Planet | Science Museum
Our Future Planet, The Science Museum, 2022


Currently on view at the Science Museum, Our Future Planet compiles all the new and cutting-edge technologies and nature-based solutions with the potential to counteract the devastating effects of the climate crisis, showcasing the work being done to preserve our home. 


This exhibition is available until September 2020. 



Our Broken Planet: How We Got Here and Ways to Fix It at the Natural History Museum



Another institution that aims to educate and inspire, The Natural History Museum exhibits a vast range of specimens and moments of natural history from across the millennia. Thus, its current exhibition on the climate crisis caused by the modern technologies of mankind juxtaposed with evolution and the natural progression of our world makes for a poignant experience and stark lesson. 


Three fluorescent, multi-coloured images of a jellyfish, crushed plastic water bottle, and a mosquito.
Our Broken Planet: How We Got Here and Ways to Fix It, The Natural History Museum, 2022

This free exhibition explores how humans have transformed our natural world to teeter on the edge of a precipice from which there could be no return; the diets of affluent nations, the rare metals mined for use in smartphones, and the cotton in many clothes all steal from nature with no returns which - along with the burning of fossil fuels - all contribute to the ongoing climate crisis. However, Our Broken Planet also explores potential solutions to the crisis, guiding visitors through an educated investigation into the state of our planet while also presenting informative and scientifically-backed lessons of how these immense changes could be reversed. 


This exhibition is available until late summer 2022 in the Jerwood Gallery at the Natural History Museum. 




 Find all these exhibitions and more on the gowithYamo app, and remember to collect your Yamos to save up for rewards!

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