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The Biosphere: Enjoy a unique experience that inspires action and involvement in environmental issues

Friday, June 08, 2018 1:03 PM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

By exploring exhibits such as +1ºC: What difference does it make?, Design the Future, and Planet MTL, visitors will gain a better understanding of climate change and its impact on our health and living environment, as well as technologies that could prove useful in the fight against climate change. Games, entertaining discussions, and unusual experiences allow visitors to learn more about the concrete measures we can take to help the planet.

Don't miss The Roaming Classroom. This outdoor art installation celebrating contributions made by Montréal universities to life in the city will be visiting the Biosphere, from June 7 to 10, 2018. Also, P3 Permaculture will be on site, on June 8 and 9, with its Moving Beyond Sustainability activity, which proposes ideas and techniques for rethinking sustainable development and, as a result, improving quality of life.

Two new exhibits will also be presented this coming year: Read more


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