Future of the Environment

Here’s how art could help us tackle air pollution

Nairobi - where a project is using art to strive for change. Image: REUTERS/Amir Cohen

Cressida Bowyer
Senior Research Fellow in the Faculty of Creative and Cultural Industries,, University of Portsmouth
Heather Price
Lecturer in Environmental Geography, , University of Stirling
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