The new 360 panoramic film “Global Warming Reflections” playing at the Environment Theater tells the major issue for humanity. What is global warming? Global warming is the increase in the average temperature of Earth's near-surface air and oceans since the mid-20th century and its projected continuation. This hurts many people, animals, and plants. Many cannot take the change, so they die. Global warming also makes the sea level rise, and when the sea level rises, the water covers many low land islands.
Global Warming Reflections presents the serious problem with illustrative animation to the public. In the film, rich men and soaring chimneys are metaphors of developed countries and results of modernization. The rich men do cause great impact to climate and environment while enjoying their comfortable lives. However, what about the poor? As a matter of fact, the poor people in the third world are the victims of the climate change. Now that nobody is able to escape from the threats of polar ice caps melting, economic consequences, increased probability and intensity of droughts and heat waves, warmer waters and more hurricanes, and spread of disease resulted from global warming, how should both the rich and the poor face the profound challenge? Global Warming Reflections suggests people possible solutions to this complicated problem. Even kids can do something to help stop global warming, too!
Global Warming Reflections is showing at the Museum’s Environment Theater. It’s a great film for the whole family.
- Admission to the Environment Theater is free with the exhibition gallery ticket.
- Every show with maximum of 146 persons.
- Group booking accepted Tuesday – Friday (maximum of 80 persons).
- Group booking not accepted on weekends, holidays, and during vacations.
- Toll-free call for group booking: 0800-432310.
- Show times: 10:00, 13:00, 16:00