Museums tiptoe around climate change
A globe in the Dynamic Earth Hall shows the earth over time. The museum's donors and its board of directors don't have a say in museum content, said Steve Hinkley, vice president of programs at the Perot Museum of Nature and Science.
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#1 Jun 15, 2014
WOW. Like the Perot, the Fort Worth museum hosts a large energy hall and scant references to climate change. The museum’s donors “are certainly courteous, and I want to be very courteous and good to our funders who are in the energy business,” Romans said. He added:“Do they tell me every inch of every piece of information in every exhibit? No. But they deserve to be shown what we’re going to exhibit, absolutely.”
FYI. Within an hour of drive is the creation museum at the dino footprints state park's entrance. Not kidding.
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