Disconnected: investigating the social and political conditions shaping Mexico City's air quality regulatory environment
Mexico City has an ongoing air pollution issue that negatively affects its citizens and surroundings with current structural disconnections preventing the city from improving its overall air quality. Thematic methodological analysis reveals current obstacles and barriers, as well as variables contributing to this persistent problem. A historical background reveals current programs and policies implemented to improve Mexico’s City air quality. Mexico City’s current systems, infrastructure, and policies are inadequate and ineffective. There is a lack of appropriate regulation on other modes of transportation, and the current government system fails to identify how the class disparity in the city and lack of adequate education are contributing to this ongoing problem. Education and adequate public awareness can potentially aid the fight against air pollution in the Metropolitan City.
- Garcia, Lucero (Author)
- Duarte, Marisa E. (Thesis advisor)
- Arzubiaga, Angela (Committee member)
- Richter, Jennifer (Committee member)
- Arizona State University (Publisher)