12 Dec-10 March. With the title Wind, Heat, Rain, Storm, an exhibition at Museo di Roma in Trastevere provides a "snapshot of life and the environment in the age of climate change."
Photographers from Greenpeace document how climate change has become an "unstoppable" phenomenon that does not only concern the melting of polar ice caps but also Italy's mountain glaciers.
Likewise desertification is not confined to the continent of Africa; neither do rising sea levels only affect the Paficic Islands.
The exhibition features 50 images taken in Italy and around the world, with a particular focus on Italy's extreme weather phenomena, from flooding in Venice to drought in the south.
For full details see Museo di Roma in Trastevere website.
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Greenpeace highlights climate change with Rome exhibition
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