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Three Pittsburgh artists' plans to get you to pay attention to pollution problems
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Three Pittsburgh artists' plans to get you to pay attention to pollution problems

Artists often create work about nature as a way to draw attention to beauty in the natural world. But can their work also draw attention to pollution and the ways that Pittsburgh's environment can be dangerous?

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