Noise Pollution

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1. Identify the princible stakeholders who could be affected by noise pollution.
2. There is a rock concert planned. The convert will be held in an outdoor park, which boders both a resedential as well as a group of commercial businesses. In a town hall meeting, develop a course of action regarding noise regulation for the concert. Representatives from the local community, business owners, and concert promoters will attend the meeting.
 

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What is the point of this thread?
Also many rock concerts are usually only once a year and have planning permission
 
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Originally posted by sb
1. Identify the princible stakeholders who could be affected by noise pollution.
2. There is a rock concert planned. The convert will be held in an outdoor park, which boders both a resedential as well as a group of commercial businesses. In a town hall meeting, develop a course of action regarding noise regulation for the concert. Representatives from the local community, business owners, and concert promoters will attend the meeting.
So is noise pollution a personal problem for you right now? This is really more political than scientific. :smile:
 
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intended for the Homework Help forum?
 

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