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Life on Land

Real Time has been working with young people and the Museums Partnership Reading (The Museum of English Rural Life and Reading Museum, supported by Arts Council England) to explore climate change, sustainability, biodiversity loss and related issues through the museums collections. 

In 2015, Clive Robertson and Tom Zajac from Real Time, worked with partners in 7 countries as part of the Participate project to bring ground-level voices to bear on the ongoing dialogue around the Leave No One Behind agenda (See: Work with Us).  This included an exhibition in New York during the UN debates which eventually led to the sustainable development goals as they now exist.


As part of the museums' 'Our Green Stories' campaign, the young people have produced videos to encourage people to take action on climate change.

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