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Greenpeace holding exhibition on need for clean air

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BANGKOK, 29th January 2018 (NNT) – Greenpeace has organized an art exhibition displaying works created using particulates of less than 2.5 microns, to illustrate the dangers posed by air pollution.

Artist Ruangsak Anuwatwimol contributed the piece “Memory” to the exhibition entitled “Right to Clean Air” currently taking place at the Bangkok Art and Culture Center. The papier-mache sculpture depicts a child, mother and an elderly person and is covered in 2.5 micron particulates (PM2.5) collected from across Thailand to symbolize the crisis currently occuring in the air we breathe.

Full story: NNT

Reporter: Itiporn Lakarnchua
National News Bureau of Thailand

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