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Traffic Congestion, Temperature and Air Pollution Stressors

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Describe and detail at least three atmospheric environmental stressors (e.g., temperature, humidity, chemical pollution) and evaluate the affect of stressors on individuals (400 words max).

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One definition is: Pressure on the environment caused by human activities (such as generation of pollution) or by natural events (such as occurrence of a drought).

Other examples of environmental stressors include: noise, air pollution, crowding, traffic congestion, terrorism, natural disasters and extremes of temperature.

I will highlight traffic congestion. In large cities, people often live far from their office, which involves a large commute to and from their workplace. People dream of a short commute, which is not the case in many cities. Forbes ran an article which stated: the institute estimates that the average commuter spent 47 hours stuck in traffic in cities with more than 1 million people. In cities of over 3 million people, it's 61 hours. It is stressful to sit in ...

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This solution looks at the environmental stressors of traffic congestion, temperature and air pollution and describes how it can really effect the well-being of individuals in 477 words.

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