On December 10 Cosmocaixa opens the Mediterranean exhibition, a sample with interactive museology, live species and audiovisuals.
The exhibition, that will be open from 11 to December 31 in Barcelona CosmoCaixa, offers visitors a glimpse of the sea from its origins, discovers its biological and geological features, and displays the current scientific research programs that promote its sustainability and highlight the importance of science to our environment and society.
Part of the exhibition is built by elements which have been direct contributions of visitors, as through different actions have resulted in modules that have been cocreated with the active participation of the public
The exhibition offers a broad view of the Mediterranean. Not only as a unique historic, cultural and human space, but also as a biologically fascinating area, although today several factors seriously threaten its environmental sustainability. By the fact of being a sea with very densely populated sea coasts, toghether with its size and such limited renewal capacity, currently it gets the higher rates of pollution and endangered species in the world.
The sustainability of the Mare Nostrum is certainly a major challenge, and this exhibition may change the way you look that sea.
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