UNICEF Raises Awareness Of Air Pollution With Social Media

UNICEF Raises Awareness Of Air Pollution With Social Media
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The organization has partnered with artists from around the world to raise awareness of the devastating effects of airborne particulates on children

Jennifer Passas
  • 28 november 2016

According to the World Health Organization (WHO), more than 80% of people living in urban areas are exposed to air qualities levels that exceed WHO limits, with populations in low-income cities being most impacted. To raise awareness of this growing problem, UNICEF has partnered with creatives from around the world to create artwork to illustrate the issue.

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