The Natural History Museum is one of the world's best - and most exciting - places to seek information about the natural world, and welcomes over 5 million visitors a year. It is also a global centre for scientific research, running a range of initiatives that aim to solve some of the most pressing problems faced by humanity and our planet.
At the heart of both our educational and research programmes is the ambition to stimulate public debate about humanity's future to equip audiences at every level with an understanding of science. To achieve this we must continue to be both accesible and relevant. Our scientists work actively with the Museum's vast collections in addressing questions about our understanding of the planet and the impact of future change: the delicate balance of related ecosystems, the eradication of disease, the security of our food supply and management of increasingly scarce mineral resources.
By leaving a gift in your Will, you could help our scientists unlock a solution to climate change, food poverty or disease migration and inspire the next generation of conservationists, environmentalists and natural scientists to continue this vital work.
Natural History Museum
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