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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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Auckland Harbour Bridge contamination: The letter residents weren't sent

Transport officials planned to ask residents living near the Auckland Harbour Bridge if their properties could be tested for heavy metals, without telling them contamination had already been found nearby.
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