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In the Eye of the Climate

Climate change is real and is experienced every day: as you move through the exhibition, you will discover this phenomenon at its heart.

In the eye of the climate



As soon as you enter, you'll be surprised by the view of a house about to fall off a cliff, the striking consequence of coastal erosion!

Living room

The climatic upheavals are a reality and can be experienced on a daily basis here, or in a polar landscape in Greenland or in the forests of South America.

African penguins

Meet Nausicaá's African penguins, born thanks to our conservation programmes. These birds from the other end of the world are suffering from the effects of climate change.
Indeed, changing marine currents are forcing the penguins to swim further and further to find their food.

Immersive experience "In the eye of the climate"

So enter a climate observation teleportation module that will carry you away from the poles to the ocean, from the forest to the town, in a journey around our planet.
This great immersive show consisting of virtual images will take you to the heart of the ongoing upheavals.

Live the immersive and sensory experience

In the eye of the climate

Melting ice caps, rising sea levels, hurricanes, fires… a spectacular journey awaits you

The Ocean Mag

Browse through our Ocean Mag

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A treaty on biodiversity in the high seas

More than 80 states gathered at the United Nations in New York have already signed the international treaty on the protection of the high seas.

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A brief glossary of terms covering the poles and glaciers

Do you speak polar? What is the difference between pack ice and icebergs? Here are a few definitions to help you understand the cryosphere.


Poles, glaciers and climate change

A look at why glaciers and the poles are important in the fight against climate change.