Climate Code showcase in collaboration with Cambridge Science Centre

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The Climate Code shirt will be showcased at the Grand Arcade on November 27th from 10am to 5pm as part of a Cambridge Science Centre event. We want to invite families to hear more about the science behind the design and our understanding of manmade climate change. Visit our stall at the Grand Arcade and bring your young ones to design their own climate change inspired shirt!

You will find us opposite Ed’s Diner on the First Floor of the Grand Arcade in Cambridge. The Cambridge Science Centre is running this pop-up science space throughout November and December. Each day they will be offering a range of exciting and interactive stem-based, take-home activities suitable for children to do on their own or with a little adult help. Activities will be based on different areas of science, technology, engineering or mathematics, or STEM. We’d love to see you there!

The Climate Code shirt features two main datasets – the warming stripes of the shirt fabric represent the last 70 years of temperature records from the Arctic, with details providing the backdrop of 800,000 years of Antarctic temperature and CO2-data. The innovative design brings together the dynamic story of the past and the worrying trends of the present in a novel visualisation that aims to inspire climate action. Read more about the Climate Code shirt.

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BAS Driector of Innovation and Impact Beatrix Schlarb-Ridley wearing the first sample of the Climate Code shirt