Permalink: https://media.greenpeace.org/archive/Visitor-at-Right-to-Clean-Air-Art-Exhibition-in-Bangkok-27MZIFJXE6POL.htmlConceptually similarAir Pollution Art Exhibition in BangkokGP0STRFUKCompleted★★★★Visitor at Right to Clean Air Art Exhibition in BangkokGP0STRI7VCompleted★★★★Air Pollution Art Exhibition in BangkokGP0STRFV8Completed★★★★★★Air Pollution Art Exhibition in BangkokGP0STRFUVCompleted★★★★Air Pollution Art Exhibition in BangkokGP0STRFUXCompleted★★★★★★Air Pollution Art Exhibition in BangkokGP0STRFUTCompleted★★★★Air Pollution Art Exhibition in BangkokGP0STRFV9Completed★★★★Air Pollution Art Exhibition in BangkokGP0STRFUOCompleted★★★★Air Pollution Art Exhibition in BangkokGP0STRFV5Completed★★★★View AllGP0STRI81Visitor at Right to Clean Air Art Exhibition in BangkokVisitor looks at artwork, titled Monolith Souvenir, which is made of leaves and plants covered in dust representing the consequences of particulate matter smaller than 2.5 microns (PM2.5) on the nature. The art was created by a Thai artist, Ruangsak Anuwatwimon and showed at ‘Right to Clean Air - The Art Exhibition. The event is organised by Greenpeace Southeast Asia at the Bangkok Art and Culture Center. It aims at raising public awareness on the impacts of air pollution and calls upon the Pollution Control Department to upgrade Thailand’s Air Quality Index (AQI) and enforce preventive measures on microscopic dust particles smaller than 2.5 microns (PM 2.5) in order to protect public health.Locations:Bangkok-Southeast Asia-ThailandDate:28 Jan, 2018Credit:© Chanklang Kanthong / GreenpeaceMaximum size:5002px X 3351pxKeywords:Air pollution-Art works-Clean Air (campaign title)-Climate (campaign title)-Exhibitions-Indoors-KWCI (GPI)-One person-Pollution-Public engagement-WomenShoot:Discussion Right to Clean Air in BangkokGreenpeace Southeast Asia organised a panel discussion, Dust Talk - Behind the Scenes of Polluted Places, that highlighted the objective and the challenge of Right to Clean Air exhibition to raise public awareness and call upon the Pollution Control Department to impose stricter standards on particulate matter in the country’s Air Quality Index. Greenpeace asks the agency to monitor and enforce preventive measures on PM 2.5 in order to protect public health.