Sunday, 18 May 2014

University of Sheffield fights pollution with poetry

Air pollution is a problem in many of the world’s major cities and removing it requires 24/7 solutions, as well as a bit of imagination. Taking a literary run at the task, the University of Sheffield has revealed what it calls the “world’s first air-cleansing poem,” which is a combination of a new work by award-winning writer Simon Armitage and a chemical formula developed at Sheffield by Professor Tony Ryan. The hope is that it will not only raise awareness of air pollution, but also help persuade British industry to adopt the air-cleansing technology more widely... Continue Reading University of Sheffield fights pollution with poetry

Section: Environment

Tags: Poetry, Pollution, University of Sheffield

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