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Nick Shapiro

Community member, researcher

Nick Shapiro is a multidisciplinary environmental researcher that studies, and designs interventions into, issues of chemical contamination and climate change. He has worked tracking the quasi-legal resale of 120,000+ chemically contaminated housing units after Hurricane Katrina, developing air monitoring systems with communities impacted by unconventional natural gas extraction, and prototyping bio-phyto air quality remediation systems. He is an assistant professor of Biology and Society at UCLA.

Flights:

Under an ocean of Air
Double shadows
Antarctica Biennale
De-NOx
Gemini
Deep Space - White Sands | Tethered Flight

WATCH LIVE

Fly with Aerocene Pacha online screening

Saturday, 25th at 13 GMT

Watch a one-time screening of the fourth and final chapter of Fly with Aerocene Pacha.

Fly with Aerocene Pacha helped us to re-imagine the way in which we move, and how we might move differently in the future. It connected many communities through a common goal, while raising voices in unison against harmful lithium extraction practices in northern Argentina.