Climate Change Posters

Click on one of the posters below to download a PDF file:


 P1 Introduction 


 P2 Climate 


P3 Science  


P4 Tropical Forest


P5  Oceans 


P6  Mountains 

P7  Drylands  

P8  Changing   

P9 Action  

P10 Action 


Instructions for using ZSL / BIAZA climate change posters

Each poster is numbered 1-10 indicating the order in which they should be displayed. Whilst it remains the discretion of the user to download and display any combination of the posters, number 1, 9 and 10 should always be displayed. The current size of the posters is A1, but they can be printed out to A1, A2 and A3 sizes. Once downloaded these can be sent to your local printers.Written contents unless otherwise stated is the copyright of the Zoological Society of London.

If you require anymore information regarding the posters please contact:
Phil Holmes
Interpretation Developer
Zoological Society of London
Regents Park
London NW1 4RY

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T +44 (0) 20 7449 6599

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