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aferret wrote a review Nov 2019
Zurich231 contributions130 helpful votes
We got free tickets and were looking forward to our visit just to be utterly disappointed: the hall is huge and four floors worth of exhibition space. Yet not much is made of it; different companies can show case their "green" products, with some explanation given. It felt like walking through a hardware store. I couldn't figure out why anyone would pay for this (e.g. the Intel Museum in the valley is way more interesting and entrance is for free)?! Even if I would get another free ticket I would skip it. Rather go to a mall for free. There are so many museums and attractions in Switzerland - this is one you can easily skip without missing anything.
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Date of experience: November 2019
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Joan B wrote a review Nov 2019
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This is your opportunity to try out all kinds of electric cars and bikes. Also lots of good important information.
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Date of experience: October 2019
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Victoria F wrote a review Oct 2019
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I wanted to visit the place to learn more about the Swiss approach towards environmental issues. Instead, I was shocked by some exhibits showing environmentally friendly Nespresso capsules and Ikea plastic products... Moreover, the guide told us it would be MUCH more sustainable to drink Nespresso than any other standard cafe, buy apples from South Africa in winter (instead of Swiss preserved apples), and when someone asked whether it would make any difference to buy a bottle of Italian wine or the one from Argentina/Australia/California, the response was "Just a little bit, it makes no real negative impact if the wine comes by a container ship to your local store".... I wish they would provide real information like the percentage of PET recycled in Switzerland, where they recycle laptops and smartphones they show, the countries that produce the most garbage and how to fight it, why eating meat and milk products is bad for the environment, etc., etc., etc.... I think it was all clear at the very beginning, starting from a list of sponsors on the wall.
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Date of experience: October 2019
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Dr. Vorravee wrote a review May 2019
Bangkok, Thailand433 contributions165 helpful votes
I love this place. Because it's modern building. And it is next to the shopping center. Now inside we can see a lot of scientific research and information. It is not in academics pattern, rather it is in the playground fun and good knowledge. So you can be here for half the day, without getting bored. Best regards, Dr. Vorravee Pattaravongvisut
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Date of experience: April 2019
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Frank Geisler 🇨🇭 wrote a review Jan 2019
Zurich, Switzerland12,835 contributions15,242 helpful votes
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We came as part of a business group to this interesting place in Spreitenbach, West of Zurich. All staff was very friendly and helpful. Plenty of expositions, some looked to us like a show by well known manufacturers and a bit of green washing. You can also drive various environmenatl friendly vehicles, some of them are very special. Is this a helpful review? Then please give me a "Thumbs up Thank FrankGeisler" by clicking the button below.
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Date of experience: January 2019
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