Air Pollution and Unhappiness Correlated, Study of Europeans Show


One would never think of these two things affecting each other, but Canadian researchers have found that there is a correlation between air pollution and people’s happiness. Their experiments have brought them to the conclusion that the more air pollution, the unhappier the people. The opposite also reigns true. The more unhappier the people are, the more air pollution there is. By going and looking at 14 European countries, the economists from Trent University in Ontario are able to study the direct correlation between these two things.

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Daniella Almanza

Chapter 18

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