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Air Pollution Life Cycles

Author: Hugh Bollinger/Saturday, December 20, 2014/Categories: video, sustainability, art and design, environment

The Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences (PNAS) has turned to the art of animation in helping to tell the story of air pollution from cars. The tools a animation can illustrate complex ideas and research results by using design elements and a 'voice over' that would be hard to follow by seeing a "talking head" in a film.

The PNAS animation is short and clear about sources of pollution and benefits from alternatives.




The complete research article can be read here:  PNAS-air-quality-impacts-article.pdf  but you won't see the animation in the print version. More scientists and engineers should collaborate with talented animators to help communicate their important and interesting stories.

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