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What is good air?

Imperial College London and Design Science

Friday, 29 November 2019 from 09:00 to 11:30 (GMT)

What is good air?

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We've space for 30 people!
29 Nov 2019 Free  

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Join a free 2 hour workshop to explore how you think and feel about air quality

We need your help to produce engaging and easy to understand information to motivate action on air quality.


All welcome
Refreshments provided




What's the aim of the workshop?
Air quality is often communicated in ways that are information-heavy, using unengaging, scientific language which is alarming or just plain confusing. We are working to develop communication resources that will engage public audiences, based on the latest scientific evidence and using expert design. We need your help, input and feedback.


Am I the right person to take part?
Yes. No prior knowledge of air quality or design is required at all. 


We will use your responses and feedback to develop design work to engage people in air quality. These designs will be made publically available, for you and for London.



How do I join?

We have space for 30 participants. We want to ensure that participants represent a diverse group. If you're interested and available to participate please follow the steps below:

  • Sign up through this Eventbrite page

  • Wait for our email that will include further infomation 

  • Complete the short online questinnaire we send you
Do you have questions about What is good air? ? Contact Imperial College London and Design Science

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Kentish Town Community Centre

Kentish Town
NW5 2SP London
United Kingdom

Friday, 29 November 2019 from 09:00 to 11:30 (GMT)

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Imperial College London and Design Science

This workshop is led by Rosie Riley, Doctoral Research in Air pollution, Imperial College London, in collaboration with Design Science, a communication design agency working in science, healthcare and education.


Rosie researches air pollution at the Centre for Environmental Policy, Imperial College London. This collaboration aims to develop engaging factual materials about air pollution based on public discussion and feedback. 


Rosie Riley


Design Science

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