Climate Museum UK is a Community Interest Company (CIC) set up in 2018 with a growing number of associates developing their own collections and activities in their areas. They identify as an ‘experimental activist museum with no venue’ that actively seeks the involvement of people (individuals, schools, public-facing groups, museums, eco-aware communicators, and stakeholders) who bring diverse perspectives and practices about ‘possitopian futures’. Through their collective of creatives from across the UK, they organise activations to help people play, create, and talk about the climate crisis – opening-up imaginations to possible futures, and building skills to engage others with these issues. Examples of past productions of the Climate Museum include: (a) a Climate Talks exhibition at ONCA Gallery; (b) a Climate Games café; (c) a Big Green Day, with costume characters, climate music, books and games, alongside other stalls; and (d) the Wild Museum, with animal curators, at Timber Festival 2021.