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[From Introduction] Problems pertaining to environmental and ecological well-being are increasingly having effects on a global scale; climate change is the most obvious example of this, but not the only one (the pollution of the oceans and transnational light pollution are others). Our paper argues that individual and community well-being in general, which is always directly or indirectly related to specifically environmental or ecological well-being at the global scale, can be augmented through the introduction of Creative Arts activities and products into local communities.
Warren, Brad, and Patrick West. "The Creative Arts, Environmental Crises & Well-Being in Globalized Place: Methodological Considerations for an Ecocritical Mode of Practice-Based Research." Green Humanities: A Journal of Ecological Thought in Literature, Philosophy & the Arts, vol. 1, 2015 , pp. 156-183.