Don’t Have the Foggiest Which Is the Smoggiest!
Produced by Nelson Thornes, this resource helps students look at aspects of how science works. It looks at the different forms of smog that affect major cities because of their high density of population and air pollution from industry and motor vehicles.
The activity is designed to let the students review the causes of different forms of smog, review the data available and, if possible, seek a solution to the problem. It will hopefully make students aware that rapid industrialisation comes at a price.
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