• These posters designed by Utah teens demand action on clean air

    6 days ago - By Fast Company

    A simple poster contest for high schoolers is waking teens-and in turn, their parents-up to air quality issues.
    Every year since 2015, two professors at Utah State University have hosted a poster-design competition for high school students to address a critical issue for the state: air quality. Edwin Stafford, a professor of marketing at USU's business school and Roslynn Brain McCann of USU Extension, came up with the idea for the competition after a local advocacy group, the Cache Clean Air Consortium , hosted a conference at the university on the state's troubling air quality. Utah's...
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