The last ice

Exhibition on climate change in the Mediterranean Alps

Ultimi Ghiacci-The Last Ice: climate change in the Mediterranean Alps the exhibition was set up in Entracque by the partners of the project Alcotra CClimaTT to improve awareness of the serious climate change in progress. The exhibition, designed by Arnica Society and the Società Meteorologica Italiana, with the collaboration of the {|Museo Regionale di Scienze Naturali di Torino}}, consists of panels, historical and recent images, films and audio effects that involve visitors in an engaging journey. The focus is on the southernmost stretch of the Alps, straddling the Mediterranean Sea and the Po Valley, in an attempt to describe the climate of these mountains and what is changing, while keeping an eye on how certain phenomena are developing globally. The installations have a accessible but rigorously scientific approach, based on in-depth research that has seen the collection and processing of climate data from the area, of historical weather reports from archives, articles and libraries.

Ultimi Ghiacci: climate change in the Mediterranean Alps | "L. Einaudi" Information Centre, Enel Green Power, strada prov. per San Giacomo, Entracque.

Open on Saturdays in January, February and March 2020, from 10.30 am to 1 pm and from 3.30 pm to 5 pm. Entrance free.

On closing days the exhibition can open for groups and school groups on request and for a fee.

Information: tel. 0171 978600;\ Reservations: tel. 0171 1740052;

The exhibition Last Ice: Climate Change in the Mediterranean Alps is an initiative under the CClimaTT project and is co-financed by the European Regional Development Fund (ERDF) under the Interreg V-A France-Italy ALCOTRA 2014-2020 programme.