February 15, 2011

Arizona ArtBeat: Science, art converge

Posted: Feb 15, 2011 | 4 min 50 sec

In the most recent Eight, PBS "Horizon" edition of Arizona ArtBeat, art and science converge in regard to the world's depleting supply of phosphorus. Mined from phosphate rock and commonly used in fertilizer, the natural element is being used at a rate that is unsustainable, scientists say. The ASU Global Institute of Sustainability's recent Phosphorus Sustainability summit brought experts and artists together look at the issue – and to highlight the need for creativity in exploring solutions.

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