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Air pollution
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Air pollution

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  • 1. Air Pollution By: Noorun Naher, PhuongThuy, Thuy Ton , Fatima Mahboob,Bilkish Rahman
  • 2. Introduction  Youtube
  • 3. Air pollution  Comes from many different sources such as factories, power plants, dry cleaners, cars, buses, …  According to World Health Organization 2.4 million people die each year
  • 4. Air pollution  Negative effect on our health and our environment  Our eyes and nose can be burnt when breathing in polluted air  Associated with asthma in children  Connected to increased incidences of cancer, heart disease, stroke, birth defects  Long term injury to the lungs, as well as brain and nerve damage
  • 5. Air pollution  Damage trees, crops, wildlife, lakes and animals.  Also reduces agricultural crop and commercial forest that can influence our economy
  • 6. Advocacy statement “As global citizenships, we believe we and each individual should take actions to help protect and improve air quality. Our advocacy action is to join the community or organization and become their member to promote our city greener healthier place to live. We believe every small steps we take today, we will contribute to the success of building a green Toronto in the future.”
  • 7. Stakeholders  Ministry of Natural Resources and Environment  Municipal/local governments  Health institutions.  Industrialist: There are 23 Coal-fired power stations in Canada  Car owner: Canada’s population is 34 millions. In average four people in a family. So there are 8500000 car owners in Canada  David Suzuki Foundation - mission is to protect the diversity of nature and our quality of life, now and for the future  Toronto Environmental Alliance –mission is to promote a greener Toronto  Effected people: Global children and old people  THE TORONTO ENVIRONMENT OFFICE – mission to serve the community and the corporation in addressing environmental issues
  • 8. Advocacy PlanToronto Environmental Alliance (TEA) Since 1988 non-profit environmental organization TEAs mandate is to promote a greener Toronto advocates for most of Torontonians has a membership base of over 35,000 individuals.
  • 9. Advocacy Plan Visited and interviewed Mr. Franz Hartmann, TEAs Executive Director Become TEA’s volunteers Help TEA distribute TEAs brochures and flyers
  • 10. Action Process put all brochures and flyers on the panel board explained and hand out brochures and flyers
  • 11. Action Process Walked around college and distributed flyers, brochures to teachers, classmates and other students
  • 12. Action Process Displayed brochures and flyers in different locations at the college
  • 13. Action Process distributed in childcare center
  • 14. Action Process distributed to neighbours and relatives
  • 15. Our message  Animoto

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