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The importance of links between biological and cultural diversity for sustainable development has received growing attention in recent years.
Through its community projects, MOUTH wants to use art to extend the practical benefits of biocultural diversity to people worldwide. It wants to promote citizen-led, evidence-based enquiries into the impact that gene flow, migration and cultural exchange can have on societies across the globe.
By organising public discussions, art exhibitions and events, MOUTH wants to bring people and disciplines together to put diversity at the heart of practice and thinking around how we live our lives, co-exist and evolve.
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