Launch of new climate change exhibition at Science Centre Singapore

The Climate Change Climate Challenge exhibition is a joint initiative between Science Centre Singapore (SCS), the Meteorological Service Singapore (MSS) and the National Climate Change Secretariat (NCCS). Visitors to the exhibition can learn, through fun and interactive exhibits in eight zones, the causes of climate change, its impact on Singapore and the world, and how everyone can play a part in reducing Singapore’s carbon footprint. This exhibition replaces the previous climate change exhibition built in 2008.

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Visitors can learn about topics such as El Niño-Southern Oscillations (ENSO) and global wind circulations at the exhibition

Visitors can learn about how weather parameters like wind, rain and temperature are measured

Zone 4 of the exhibition explores the various unique weather systems that affect Singapore and introduces different weather instruments.

The Climate Machine (CM), an interactive exhibit where visitors can learn about how their actions affect carbon emissions

The Met Office exhibit, where visitors can learn about the weather systems which affect Singapore