Our future planet or our future planet.
This is the name of London’s Science Museum and its climate exhibition, which opened its doors in May this year.
But now the Channel 4 news program reveals that the exhibition is sponsored only by Shell, which is one of the largest oil companies in the world.
What’s worse: The sponsorship agreement includes a clause obligating the science museum to “never make” a statement or anything similar during the exhibition that would denigrate or harm the reputation or reputation of the sponsor.
Ecologist Emma Sayer, who helped with the show, now tells the show that she asked to have her name removed from the show, that she was shocked and disappointed by Shell’s sponsorship and that she found it “embarrassing” to have contributed to the show.
A museum spokesperson tells the news program that energy companies must play a key role in the transition to a greener economy, while a Shell representative says the company fully respects the museum’s autonomy, emphasizing the importance of “discussion” and discussion of “climate adaptation to the economy.”
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