This Project aimed at assessing students ability to gather data from an API, analyze data, and display data on a webpage.
Project Hypothesis: Air pollution is one of the most important environmental threats to urban populations and while all people are exposed, pollutant emissions, levels of exposure, and population vulnerability vary across neighborhoods. Further investigation into the correlation between lower PM2.5 levels and reduced mortality rates is crucial for society.
Consideration: Validating this hypothesis could significantly enhance public health by substantiating the need for stricter air quality regulations, thereby mitigating health risks associated with air pollution. Economically, this could lead to growth in industries related to environmental technologies and air filtration. This study also aligns with global efforts to reduce pollution and greenhouse gas emissions, highlighting its environmental significance. Additionally, confirming this hypothesis would increase public awareness about air quality issues, foster community engagement and influence environmental policies worldwide.