On November 12 at 11 a.m., the Children's Museum for
Civilization and Creativity launched an exhibition entitled "Our Broken
Planet - Ways to Fix It". The exhibition showcases paintings expressing climate change
and its impact on the globe, as well as scientific presentations on the
displays attached to the exhibition.
Chairman of the Board of Directors of the Heliopolis
Association Nabil Helmy, to which the museum is affiliated, said that the idea
of the exhibition was inspired by 27th United Nations Conference on Climate
Change [COP27], which is currently being held in Sharm El-Sheikh with the aim
of renewing solidarity between countries and implementing the historic Paris
Helmy stressed that the exhibition is the result of the
joint cooperation between the Natural History Museum in London and the
Children's Museum in Cairo, noting that the first edition of "Our Broken
Planet" exhibition was held in 2021, as a program designed and implemented
by the Natural History Museum in London.
The exhibition explores solutions to the challenges facing
our planet through exhibits selected by professional scientists.
Source: Egypt Today