The Earth’s climate has been subject to continual change from its origins over 4 thousand million years ago. Natural processes such as the continental drift, which has been taking place over millions of years, vacillations in the Earth’s orbit, but also solar radiation influence the climate.
Investigate the history of our planet, the changes between cold and warm periods in Earth’s history. Examine fossils, drilled ice cores and tree rings like a scientist and discover the secrets hidden in these archives of nature, which disclose the history of Earth’s climate up to the present day.
How did man begin to influence the climate? Discover the mysterious energy contained in coal and how it has influenced our life and culture for over 200 years. What implications does our thirst for energy have for the atmosphere, and so for the Earth’s climate?