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MUSEUM MAP

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Polar Gallery

The exhibits in this section are based on the valuable collection from Dr Rebecca Lee, the renowned environmentalist and explorer, built through her lifelong fieldwork in the "Three Poles" (the North Pole, the South Pole and Mount Everest) and network with research institutes in mainland China. This collection offers a vivid demonstration to visitors on global warming and climate change, as well as the macroscopic impacts.

 

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Remote Sensing and Environmental Monitoring

 

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Remote Sensing and Environmental Monitoring is a collection of interactive multimedia presentation of the many types of environmental and climate information derived from Earth-orbiting satellites and other advanced technology. The visitors will be able to explore by themselves, through the application of geo-information science, how the Earth is changing in time and space and how climate change may impact the environment and their daily lives.

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Research and Innovation at CUHK

Research and Innovation at CUHK showcases the Chinese University’s innovative research results across a wide spectrum of environmental science and energy technology. Visitors are informed of not only the latest research developments and technological advances, but also the future potentials in these fields to combat climate change.

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The Hong Kong Jockey Club Green Gallery

 

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HKJC Green Gallery

Environmental efforts require the community’s support. The Hong Kong Jockey Club Charities Trust has for years supported a significant number of projects to promote environmental protection in Hong Kong. This section presents major initiatives of the Club that have helped pioneer new thinking on how to protect the environment in the local community. With the aid of multimedia interactive exhibits, the exhibition promotes United Nations’ Sustainable Development Goal (SDG) 12 – Responsible Consumption and Production – and aims to inspire the visitors to get involved in waste-reduction action and to live a green lifestyle.

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Privacy Policy

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ECF ‘The Drama of Climate Change and a Low-carbon Future’

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Supported by the Environment and Conservation Fund (ECF), the two-year ECF ‘The Drama of Climate Change and a Low-carbon Future’ (the ECF project) aimed to educate the public, especially the younger generation, to embrace the importance of making green choices through themed exhibitions, ‘theatre-in-education’, a social media campaign and other experiential learning activities.

The objectives of this ECF project were:

  • to educate the public, especially primary school students, on the subjects of climate change and a low-carbon lifestyle, with an emphasis on low-carbon diets; and
  • to encourage and inspire them to influence their peers and family to ‘go green’, creating a low-carbon, sustainable future;

which were achieved by the following five components:

  1. Drama Tour

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    An educational drama in the theme of ‘Combating Climate Change: Towards a Low-carbon Future’ was produced by a professional theatre company with input from the scientific team of the Jockey Club Museum of Climate Change. Crafted with actor-audience interactions, the play appealed to young students and inspired them to adopt a more environmentally sustainable lifestyle to combat climate change. Premiered in September 2019, the play has been toured to 34 primary schools as at December 2019, reaching an audience of more than 9,700.

  2. ‘The Green Eaters’

    The ECF project began with a fun yet, informative ‘The Green Eaters’ social media campaign, followed by the ‘Eating Greener’ exhibition (July to September 2019) at the Jockey Museum of Climate Change, to encourage the general public to increase their intake of plant-based meals, thereby reducing the carbon footprint of the carbon-heavy meat industry. The exhibition attracted close to 10,000 visitors.

  3. Learn and Practise

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    To complement and strengthen the primary school students’ knowledge gained from the drama, a series of ‘Learn and Practise’ activities are being carried out for the participating schools. The activities aim to convey a message to the students that they have the ability to change their own behaviour for the good of the planet and also influence their peers and family members to do the same.

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    To reinforce their understanding of climate change and low-carbon living, the students of the participating primary schools would acquire a special, first-hand green experience, or the ‘GreeXperience’, through environmental activities organized by the Jockey Club Museum of Climate Change. These activities include guided tours of the Museum and guided green tours on The Chinese University of Hong Kong campus.

  5. ‘Living Greener’ Virtual Exhibition

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    ‘Living Greener’ virtual exhibition explores the relationship between everyday life and the global climate issues of today. It offers practical things we can do to incorporate sustainability into our daily life.

 

Enquiries: Richard Chung (3943 3979;richardchung@cuhk.edu.hk)

 

 

Disclaimer
Any opinions, findings, conclusions or recommendations expressed in this material/event do not necessarily reflect the views of the Government of the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region, the Environment and Conservation Fund and the Environmental Campaign Committee.

 

‘Sustainable Development Goals in Action’ Exhibition

 

Get to know the United Nations’ 17 Sustainable Development Goals, and their interplay among people, planet and prosperity.

 

 

‘Small Actions, Big Impact’ Exhibition

  

Find out what small everyday actions we can take to resolve big sustainability challenges facing the world.

 

 

ECF Mobilizing Community Climate Action by Future Museum Curators

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ECF Mobilizing Community Climate Action by Future Museum Curators is an 18-month school-based community project supported by the Environment and Conservation Fund (ECF).  The project capitalizes on the MoCC’s experience in climate outreach and advocacy and represents a unique model of experiential and problem-based learning through curating an exhibition that inspires community pro-climate actions.  Student participants (our ‘Future Curators’) will have the opportunity to showcase their works at the MoCC and will reach a larger audience worldwide through our various global partners.

Objectives

  • To empower young people as a force for positive change by equipping them with the necessary knowledge and skills in curating and communicating exhibits, so that they can make a meaningful contribution to climate action; and
  • To encourage the community to respond to the messages conveyed in these exhibits and to take appropriate climate action.

Project Components

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Training Future Curators

 

The core component of this project is a comprehensive training programme designed to provide young people with the necessary knowledge and skills to communicate climate change and sustainable development through technology-aided exhibitions.

 

Training Scope

  • Knowledge of climate change and UN Sustainable Development Goals
  • Curation and science communication skills
  • Innovation know-how – AR technology
 

Learning Outcome

  • Be able to identify and propose solutions to climate change and its impact
  • Have basic knowledge of AR technology and its application in exhibitions
  • Be able to curate their own exhibitions
  • Be able to showcase their exhibits to a wider international audience through the MoCC’s global partners

 

Join us to help your students...

  • Learn about the United Nations’ Sustainable Development Goals and how everyone can work towards these Goals
  • Acquire in-demand AR and curation skills
  • Gain practical experience in integrating science and arts through exhibit development
  • Develop new ways of thinking in approaching problems
  • Inspire positive change in the wider community

Enhance knowledge of climate change, science communication skills and innovative know-how

Through a comprehensive training programme which includes sharing sessions, workshops and field trips, the programme participants (our ‘Future Curators’) will identify problems of climate change and explore the connections between climate change and the United Nations’ (UN) Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).  The training will be provided in multiple modules covering climate change knowledge, basic curation skills and the application of AR technology.

Experience the work of a curator

The programme will expose the participants to various aspects of a curator’s work, from content research, through description drafting, to exhibit design and development.  Under the MoCC’s guidance, the participants will work with their teammates to curate their own exhibitions to be staged at their schools and in a virtual gallery.  Selected curating teams will co-curate with the museum team a year-end themed exhibition to be staged at the MoCC.

Showcase to the world

The participants will have the opportunity to showcase their works to a larger worldwide audience through our global partners. These include:

  • Hong Kong Chapter of the UN Sustainable Development Solutions Network (SDSN Hong Kong)
  • Australian Museum
  • Ki Culture (the Netherlands)

Target Participants:

S1 – S6 students

Quota:

6 to 8 students from each school

Award:

  • The best student curators will earn the opportunity to co-curate an exhibition to be staged at the MoCC.
  • Each participant who has fulfilled all the requirements will be awarded an e-certificate.
 
The programme will consist of a series of interactive class and practical sessions.

Enrolment (by school)

  • August to September 2021

School seminar

  • For all students
  • October to December 2021

SDG 13 Keepers training (full-day)

  • 9 October 2021
    or 16 October 2021

InnoCurators museum operation training (full-day)

  • Including a field trip
  • 30 October 2021
    or 6 November 2021

InnoCurators augmented reality training (full-day)

  • 20 November 2021
    or 27 November 2021
    or 4 December 2021
    or 11 December 2021

Future Curators’ exhibitions (brick-and-mortar)

  • December 2021 to March 2022 (minimum two weeks for each exhibition)

Future Curators’ exhibitions (online)

  • March to April 2022

MoCC exhibition (co-curated with the best-performing Future Curators)

  • May to December 2022
* Participating schools should complete the school seminar, the training sessions and Future Curators' exhibitions.

 

 

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Climate Action in the Community

 

Various activities are designed to expand the reach and impact of the project, including:

  • A social media campaign to share the climate solutions proposed by the students of Training Future Curators.
  • A virtual gallery showcasing the interactive exhibitions curated by the students of Training Future Curators.
  • A Future Curators’ exhibition at the MoCC co-curated by the museum and the best student curators selected in the Training Future Curators.
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Visiting green pioneers

  • To be held between January and April 2022

A virtual gallery showcasing the exhibitions curated by the Future Curators

  • To be held between March and April 2022

A themed exhibition at the MoCC

  • To be held between October and December 2022

 

Enrolment
Secondary schools in Hong Kong are invited to submit their applications on or before 24 September 2021.
Applications will be selected on a first-come, first-served basis.
Apply online (In Chinese only)

Enquiries
Jennifer Cheng (3943 0817;jennifercheng@cuhk.edu.hk)

Disclaimer
Any opinions, findings, conclusions or recommendations expressed in this material/event do not necessarily reflect the views of the Government of the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region, the Environment and Conservation Fund and the Environmental Campaign Committee.

Exhibition on the Theme

‘Beyond 60°S’ Exhibition

30 August – 30 November 2018

 

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Application Forms
Jockey Club Museum of Climate Change: Guided Tour Service for Group Visits online registraion
Friends of the Museum (Individual Membership) Application online registraion
Friends of the Museum (Institutional Membership) Application online registraion
Registration for ‘CUHK–JC MoCC Alumni Association’ online registraion
Application for Hosting ‘Climate Change and Me’ Mobile Museum Exhibition online registraion
 
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