Visual pollution may limit the aesthetic view of cities and landscapes therefore have a severe impact on our life and nature. It is to a large degree caused in human behavior and therefore can be tackled by raising awareness and setting political frameworks that may limit the problem of visual pollution. In our workshop will investigate the manifestations of visual pollution in the Mosul city and surrounding areas in terms of its severity and to measure the extent to which the population is aware of this problem. We aim to understand visual pollution as a phenomenon from multiple perspectives, including its cultural, social and scientific foundations and interconnections. Based on this knowledge, we will develop our own project ideas of what we can do in order to meet the challenges related to visual pollution, which we will then be present and discuss on the final conference day. The workshop is open for students of all disciplines and especially relevant for students of natural sciences (biology, chemistry, physics), engineering, environmental science and related disciplines.