Life on Earth depends on the energy of the Sun and the cycles of seasons and climate. The Worldviews Network offers a dome presentation that draws on data from the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration to see what causes these cycles, how life on Earth responds in grand migrations, and the effects of human habitat change. Join the American Museum of Natural History’s Director of Astrovisualization Carter Emmart and NOAA’s Ned Gardiner to immersively experience these patterns of Earth and life and explore our common future as part of an interconnected Earth system. The event, December 18 at 7pm, is free but requires pre-registration – if you’re in New York, come visualize with us!
The Elumenati are a partner in the Worldviews Network, along with the Denver Museum of Nature and Science, the California Academy of Sciences, NOVA/WGBH, and NOAA’s Climate Program Office. The project is funded through a three-year Environmental Literacy Grant from NOAA’s Office of Education.