Panel Exhibit “Sustainable Food We Want to Eat Now: Greenhouse Gas Emissions” ＜Miraikan＞
We cannot survive without food, but the foods we eat have an impact on the natural environment when we make it, catch it, or transport it. For example, forests are cleared to make room for farmland, livestock waste pollutes the land and water, etc...
The panel exhibit "Sustainable Food: Greenhouse Gas Emissions" focuses on the relationship between our diet and greenhouse gas emissions such as carbon dioxide and methane, and discusses sustainable diets. Graphic presentations show the differences in greenhouse gas emissions between different types of food, as well as alternative meats made from soybeans and other plant-based ingredients.
What should we do to reduce our impact on the natural environment while continuing to enjoy delicious food for the upcoming years? Let's think about it together.
- Event Date
Thursday, April 7, 2022 - Monday, May 30, 2022
Entrance of the observation lounge on the 7th floor of Miraikan
- Intended for
Everyone is welcome
- For inquiries, please contact
Tel: 03-3570-9151(10:00-17:00 on the days the museum is open)