We created two large exhibits for the Science Centre of Northern Norway’s new Climate gallery. The Climate Challenge exhibit addresses how people can make small changes in their everyday lifestyles to minimise their carbon footprint. Four interactive stations address a particular contributor of carbon dioxide, and together they show the combined consequences to climate change. The greenhouse gas output from the activities ‘fills up’ the Earth, represented as a projection onto a hemisphere mounted onto the wall.
The Ice Map exhibit allows users to control a timeline and see how the Arctic ice-cap has changed over the years. Users will be able to see how climate change has contributed to the dramatic thinning of the ice-cap over the last few decades, particularly relevant here as the science centre is located in the Arctic Circle.