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Ocean&Climate Village

Ocean & Climate Village is an exhibition that leads the public to immerse themselves in the ocean to discover its relationship with the Earth's climate.
The exhibition is revealed in eight macro-areas that address the main focus from different points of view: climatology, species and habitat, nutrition, culture, environmental protection and the challenges that the ocean is facing today.

Several issues are therefore addressed also thanks to the debates scheduled in the three days in which experts from the private, urban, health and design sectors will explain the relationship that these fields have with the ocean and the Earth's climate.
There will also be two interactive installations: UpSea Down and SoundSafari. With them, the exhibition reconnects people to the ocean even more. In the first one representing the variations in sea level from 1940 to 2100 and in the second one by hearing the hydrophonic recordings of some cetaceans.

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Credits

The conception of the exhibition was born from IOC-UNESCO in collaboration with Professor Luca Fois of the Politecnico di Milano, the scientific part with the University of Milan Bicocca and the EuroMediterranean Center on Climate Change.

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Ingresso principale sul fronte ovest del Palazzo dell'Arte
Ingresso principale sul fronte ovest del Palazzo dell'Arte
Caleidoscopio nella Sezione introduttiva a carattere internazionale, nel Salone d'onore
Caleidoscopio nella Sezione introduttiva a carattere internazionale, nel Salone d'onore
Tre modelle percorrono il Ponte che collega il Palazzo dell'Arte con l'area verde antistante, progetto degli architetti Aldo Rossi e Luca Meda
Tre modelle percorrono il Ponte che collega il Palazzo dell'Arte con l'area verde antistante, progetto degli architetti Aldo Rossi e Luca Meda
Veduta della Torre Littoria
Veduta della Torre Littoria

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