AirFest: Pollution, Trees and Well-being

Talk by Dr Maria Val Martin, Chemical Engineering Department University of Sheffield, and researchers from Universities of York and Leeds

Date: Saturday 18 March 2017

Time: 11:00am-4:00pm

Venue: Educational Centre, Sheffield Botanical Gardens, Clarkehouse Rd, Sheffield S10 2LN (Educational Centre is near to Ecclesall Road entrance) - view map

Audience: Lower primary (5-7)
Upper primary (7-11)
Lower secondary (11-14)
Upper secondary (14-16)
Sixth Form / College (16+)

Do you know how much air we breathe in a day? How clean it is? Why are trees important for the air? Come and take part in a wide range of fun, hands on activities about air quality, trees and urban well-being. There will be a presentation about air quality in Sheffield; many activities exploring the air and trees; and a visit to the first ‘air pollution garden’ in the UK.

Talk: 11am-12pm Air Pollution in Sheffield: Making the Invisible Visible. Please book for the talk.

12-4 pm AirFest Activities (Outside)
Booking not required - come along on the day


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