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Green Revolution

At the Bob Jones Nature Center (TX), milk jugs make a visual statement about water usage.Would your organization like to reduce its carbon footprint? Have you thought about ways to incorporate/reuse/recycle materials from old exhibits, activities, or projects? Would renewable energy, organic food, climate change, and other environmental issues strike a chord with your visitors or community?

SITES is partnering with Chicago's Museum of Science and Industry to present Green Revolution, a fully digital exhibition that gives host organizations the power to build (and control) their own "eco-zibit." In an effort to dramatically reduce our carbon footprint, Green Revolution doesn't "travel" on trucks. Instead, it's transmitted online—from a secured website to your computer. There are no crates needed.

We supply partners with professionally produced design files for exhibition panels and interactives, and YOU take those blueprints to build your own presentation with reused or repurposed materials. A perfect opportunity to give new life to old items while decreasing clutter and increasing the storage capacity of your facility, Green Revolution is a multi-platform initiative that focuses on several major themes: waste, energy, green pioneers, gardening and composting, green construction, and our carbon footprint.

Reduce, Rethink, Recycle, ReduceMultiple hands-on learning stations give this exhibition a green light for families and school groups. But, it has something for everyone—as compelling for kids as for those who have a more earnest environmental message to convey.

Design plans and graphics will be available only to Green Revolution participants.

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Exhibition specifications

Contents Everything you'll need to build your very own "eco-zibit" Access to a robust website to download exhibition design files, graphics, fabrication plans, a list of suggested local resources, and so much more!
Supplemental Educational and promotional resources
Participation Fee Exhibition design files will be available for purchase individually or as a complete set with a participation fee of approximately $5,000.
Size Determined by host organization. Participating exhibitors can purchase one or all exhibition design files
Category Environmental Science
SITES Contacts

Michelle Torres-Carmona, 202.633.3143 (scheduling)
Robbie Davis
, 202.633.5335 (content)

Tour Begins 2011
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Tour itinerary

Dates   Host Institution Status
04/16/2011- 04/16/2012 City of West Palm Beach, West Palm Beach, FL Booked
04/22/2011- 08/27/2011 Rolling Hills Wildlife Adventure, Salina, KS Booked
06/17/2011- 11/06/2011 William McKinley Presidential Library and Museum, Canton, OH Booked
06/01/2012- 06/01/2013 Science Museum of Virginia, Richmond, VA Booked
10/01/2012- 01/31/2013 Museum of Science and History of Jacksonville, Jacksonville, FL Booked
10/01/2012- 10/31/2014 See Science Center, Manchester, NH Booked
04/13/2013- 04/13/2013 Aurora Public Library, Aurora, CO  Booked
03/15/2013- 03/30/2015 Planetario Alfa,
San Pedro Garza Garcia, Nuevo Leon, Mexico


08/01/2013- 10/01/2015 Fontenelle Forest, Bellevue, NE Booked
09/05/2014– 03/01/2015 Museum of the Shenandoah Valley, Winchester, VA Booked

Exact dates


Tempe Cultural Services/Tempe Center for the Arts, AZ

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Sample Fabrication Plan

Green Revolution fabrication plan

Sample Text Panel

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