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Health and Environment: Visit More Museums

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Environmental Protection:

  • Biosphere, Environment Museum  
    • The Biosphère features exhibitions and activities which are entertaining and educational to better understand major environmental issues related to water, air, climate change, the sustainable development and responsible consumption.
  • Kitakyushu Environment Museum
    • Kitakyushu Environment Museum’s exhibit area is divided into six sections that introduce such topics as the history of Kitakyushu City’s triumph over environmental pollution, environmental issues facing the city as well as the earth, and the city’s goal to become an eco-city of the future! Environmental messages for future generations are projected onto the globe-shaped Dome Theater ceiling, and the Information Library allows visitors to browse or borrow environmental study materials such as books or videos.
  • The Field Museum
    • The Field Museum is an educational institution concerned with the diversity and relationships in nature and among cultures. It provides collection-based research and learning for greater public understanding and appreciation of the world in which we live. Its collections, public learning programs, and research are inseparably linked to serve a diverse public of varied ages, backgrounds and knowledge.

Public Health and Healthcare:

  • National Museum of Health and Medicine 
    • The National Museum of Health and Medicine inspires interest in and promotes the understanding of medicine -past, present, and future- with a special emphasis on tri-service American military medicine. As a National Historic Landmark recognized for its ongoing value to the health of the military and to the nation since 1862, the Museum identifies, collects, and preserves important and unique resources to support a broad agenda of innovative exhibits, educational programs, and scientific, historical, and medical research.
  • National Museum of Civil War Medicine
    • The National Museum of Civil War Medicine is the premier center for the preservation and research of the legacy of Civil War Medical innovation and humanitarianism. As a living institution, we utilize artifacts, storytelling and the historic lessons derived from that era to educate the public and define the impact on today’s society.
  • Public Health Museum
    • Public Health Museum in Massachusetts is to educate the public about the achievements and contributions of public health in preventing disease and improving the health of individuals and communities in Massachusetts, and worldwide; and to inspire students, researchers, health care workers and public health professionals to build upon the past and continue to advance the future of public health.
  • Museum of Health Care (Canada)
    • Museum of Health Care preserves and promotes the rich material legacy of medical and health care past. The Museum serves the general public, practitioners, students, and historians through exhibitions, guided tours, education programs, family programs, and special events throughout the year.
  • Museum of Health & Medicine (England) 
    • Museums of health and medicine reveals the fascinating range and diversity of the subject. From rare plants, heart surgery, illuminated manuscripts, and helicopter emergency services, to pharmacies, false teeth and Freud, the exhibits in these museums help to place the history and development of medicine and health care in its widest context. Along the way, the Museum provides some remarkable insights into an age-long campaign against illness, disease and injury.

Science in the Public Service:

Protecting the Public's Interests:

  • Museum of Broadcast Communications
    • Public Service Announcements
  • National Medal for Museum and Library Service
    • Presented to 10 museums in 2014 by the Institute of Museum and Library Services
  • Public Interest Design
    • is principally about a growing movement at the intersection of design and service. In many respects, this movement is decades in the making, while it’s also gained new life through a series of books, events, and exhibitions as well as the creation of new organizations and collaborations. Our hope with this new website is to share news and opportunities that the various stakeholders of the public interest design movement can take advantage of.