Forster appointed by Science Museum
We’re really pleased to be working with the Science Museum again in September, as part of their pioneering Climate Changing programme – a three year series of events, exhibitions and installations showcasing The Science Museum’s perspective, ideas and news on the climate changing world. Over the course of this month we’ll be supporting the PR around the September ‘lates’ evening and their dana centre talks, all of which focus on climate change.
We started working with the Science Museum team in March this year, tasked with raising awareness of activity around Climate Week 2012 and their ‘Climate Changing Stories’ exhibition, which were widely covered in the media including articles in The Times, The Independent, The Express, The Evening Standard, Empire, Timeout and TNT.
We’ve also been involved with the fantastic teenage engagement outreach project that saw pupils from 48 schools submit articles on local issues connected to climate change to a one off publication ATMOS which was critiqued by Guardian Environmental Editor John Vidal. It’s been fascinating to see a new generation of school children engage with the issues around climate change, through the ATMOS project.
We look forward to the seeing the events which are due to take place on the 19th, 25th and 27th September. See http://www.sciencemuseum.org.uk/ClimateChanging/ for more information.