Exposed: Climate Change in Britain's Backyard

12 Apr 2007 – 11 May 2007

Event times

Tuesday To Friday 11.00am to 4.30pm

Late night Thursday to 7.00pm

Hoopers Gallery

London, United Kingdom


Travel Information

  • Farrington

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Exposed: Climate Change in Britain's Backyard


An Exhibition of Photographs by

Joe Cornish, Simon Fraser, Stephen Robson, Paul Wakefield, Andrew Butler,
Paul Harris, David Dixon, David Norton, Ian Berry, Stuart Franklin, Mark Power &
Chris Steele-Perkins

What does climate change mean for the UK? Working with Magnum Photos, the National Trust commissioned eight award winning photographers to answer this question. The result is EXPOSED Climate Change in Britain's Backyard - the first ever photographic exhibition featuring stories of climate change across our country.
The consequences of climate change for our buildings, gardens, coastlines and countryside are becoming clearer every day and we're going to see more changes over the next few decades.
But today we have the opportunity to tackle climate change and avoid more extreme impacts. Together our action will make a real difference.
We invite you to discover the dramatic impacts of climate change close to home and the practical steps we can all take to reduce our carbon footprint.

Every picture tells a story. Exposed tells a story of challenges - and a story of rising to them as wrll.
At National Trust house and gardens, we've been finding many practical ways to reduce our carbon footprint. We're saving energy, using renewable energy sources to generate heat and electricity, buying green products and eating local and seasonal food.

In every home, there's lots we can also do to make a real difference. Together we can save Britain's Backyard! Join in at: www.nationaltrust.org.uk/exposed

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