Presenter Information

Kristen WedegisFollow

Faculty Mentor(s)

Molly Daniel

Campus

Gainesville

Proposal Type

Poster

Subject Area

English

Location

Floor

Start Date

22-3-2019 11:00 AM

End Date

22-3-2019 12:00 PM

Description/Abstract

Air pollution, in its many forms, is an ongoing issue that yields numerous consequences with severe implications. In an attempt to address the impact, research was conducted to uncover the relationships between air pollution, geographic location, culture, and society. Prior studies show that air pollution has an array of quantifiable negative effects; however, previous research examining the correlation of these effects with the aforementioned elements is limited. This study of A Global Perspective of Air Pollution aims to establish the necessity for various cultures to understand the links between location and societal views of the perceived significance of air pollution. Secondary research was conducted to integrate data, and the findings of this study verify the relationship between air pollution, geographic location, culture, and society. Synthesizing these factors indicates a vast array of repercussions associated with air pollution, supporting the claim that global action must be taken to combat the problem.

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09. A Global Perspective of Air Pollution: Effects on Location, Culture, and Society

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Air pollution, in its many forms, is an ongoing issue that yields numerous consequences with severe implications. In an attempt to address the impact, research was conducted to uncover the relationships between air pollution, geographic location, culture, and society. Prior studies show that air pollution has an array of quantifiable negative effects; however, previous research examining the correlation of these effects with the aforementioned elements is limited. This study of A Global Perspective of Air Pollution aims to establish the necessity for various cultures to understand the links between location and societal views of the perceived significance of air pollution. Secondary research was conducted to integrate data, and the findings of this study verify the relationship between air pollution, geographic location, culture, and society. Synthesizing these factors indicates a vast array of repercussions associated with air pollution, supporting the claim that global action must be taken to combat the problem.

 

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