Shoot the Breeze panel discussions

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Thu 2 Nov & Sat 11 Nov at 8.30pm & 3pm

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Panel discussion

Join our panel of experts – academics, legislators, campaigners and more – as we discuss the challenges posed by London air pollution, how we can mitigate its effects – and the prospects of eradicating it for good.

Let It Breathe: How can we improve London’s air quality? – 8:30pm Thu 2 Nov

Panelists

Prof. Andrew Grieve 
Senior Air Quality Analyst based at Kings College London and our collaborator for the Fog Everywhere project.
Andrew suffered from Asthma as a child and chose to pursue the study of air pollution.  Andrew has published research focussing on various aspects of air pollution and effects and is also involved in the low emission zone study as a science educator teaching young people in tower hamlets and hackney about air pollution in London.  The study is the largest of its kind stretching over a 4 year period to determine the health impact of London’s low emission zone.

Vasilia Forbes and Claire Matthews
London-based artists and film makers who collaborated to launch the widely-reported, volunteer-led activist visual arts campaign ‘War on Diesel’ to promote cleaner air in the city with their self made group ‘Clean Air Now’.  At the beginning of 2017 the Clean Air Now initiative launched a new campaign in collaboration with grime artists entitled Grime Goes Green.  The project was delivered in the form of a series of billboards shedding light into technological innovations for vehicles.
@CleanAirNow_UK

Vicky Keeble
Deliver London Programme Manager at the Cross River Partnership.  Vicky specialises in urban regeneration projects with a focus on air quality, transport and sustainability.  Her work at the CRP involves supporting Business Improvement Districts to improve air quality and local traffic congestion.
@CrossRiverPship 

Aaron Kiely
Aaron Kiely is an air pollution campaigner at Friends of the Earth and project lead for the Clean Air Schools project.
@AaronAtFoE

The Big Smoke: Is London’s air uniquely bad, and if so – why? – 3pm Sat 11 Nov

Panelists

Alice Sharp
Alice Sharp is the founder, Curator and Director of Invisible Dust. Invisible Dust is an award winning charity and art and environment organisation that has raised over £1 million to commission art projects relating to the environment. Alice is based in London and has worked as a curator of artist’s projects in public spaces since 1997 including the Fourth Plinth with Antony Gormley and Yinka Shonibare.
@Invisible_Dust

Ian Mudway
Dr. Mudway currently leads research within the Environmental Research Group at Kings College London.  He has completed pioneering analyses of the response of the human lung to wood smoke and diesel exhaust alongside other landmark studies in the field of air pollution.  He initiated a study examining the impact of the Low Emission Zone on the respiratory health of children in inner London.
@KingsCollegeLon

Sian Berry
Sian Berry is a Green London Assembly member. In 2008 and 2016 she ran as a Green Party candidate for the London Mayoral elections. She has been Camden Councillor for Highgate Ward since 2014.
@sianberry

Ama Josephine Budge
Ama Josephine Budge is a science fiction / art writer, curator and performance artist whose work navigates intimate explorations of race, diaspora and feminism, working to activate movements that catalyse human rights, ecological revolutions and queered identities. Her research is focused on climate colonialism and manifestations of pleasure as resistance. She is convenor of I/Mages of Tomorrow, a two-part anti-conference (Goldsmiths College, University of London, 2017/2018), co-founder of The Batty Mama queer black collective and has been published across news platforms, art journals and feminist periodicals. www.amajosephinebudge.com
@amjamb

Image credit (c): Joe Twigg

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