Year of the Earthshot

We can live sustainably on Earth. Learn how, as the Museum of Science explores the most innovative climate solutions of our times and how they affect the ways we live, move, eat, and work. Through the Museum’s exhibits, programs, and digital experiences, you’ll gain a renewed sense of optimism, see yourself as a champion of change, and feel confident in helping to build a greener, equitable future for us all.

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An overhead shot of a pine forest, with the words "Earthshot, Proving that hope is sustainable" on top.

In Museum

Visit four UNESCO World Heritage Sites!

From the pyramids of Giza and the churches of Venice to the island community of Rapa Nui and the cliff dwellings of Mesa Verde – join us on an immersive journey to heritage sites facing unprecedented challenges in a changing climate.

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Tomorrow’s Menu

From the Lab: Plant-Based Pulled Pork from Tender Food

What’s on Tomorrow’s Menu? In this episode 2023 James Beard semi-finalist and Boston-based chef Douglass Williams speaks to Tender Food’s CEO Christophe Chantre about their plant-based meat products and cooks a plant-based pork cheese sub using Tender Food’s pulled “pork."

Online

Learn from these interactive resources.

Earth is constantly changing, but it is affected now more than ever by climate change. Learn about sea levels, extreme temperatures, wildfire, drought, and extreme weather in this course and how they affect the ways we live, move, eat, and work. Help your students see themselves as champions of change and feel confident in helping to build a greener, equitable future for us all. This course features kahoots designed for various age ranges in classrooms with grades 1-8.

 

View on Kahoot!

Head over to YouTube to hear from experts like Jane Goodall and Fabien Cousteau discuss issues surrounding our planet and its climate.

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Take Action on Climate Change

Explore grassroots climate action with the Museum’s partner organizations such as ISeeChange and CREW, and try some of our climate-related family STEM activities. Discover new ways you can take climate action today and see how we really do hold the power of change in our own hands!