Author: hallie1219

Hallie Hyojung Kim was born and spent most of her formative years in South Korea and moved to the United States with her family in 2008. She is a Maryland resident, and spends her time searching for cafes, bars, and vintage shops in her area to photograph and taste the local culture. Hallie cultivated an interest in fashion at a young age, but fell in love with advertising as well while attending PrattMWP, located in Utica, NY. During her first year at the institute, Hallie was featured in GDUSA's Students to Watch 2018. Hallie has always dreamed of a big city lifestyle, and is planning to work in New York City after she graduates from the Pratt Institute in Brooklyn.

Infographic: Noise Pollution

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Noise pollution is the propagation of noise that has a harmful impact on both urban centers and wildlife alike; it is primarily caused by transportation systems and industrial zones. #SayNope is a campaign inspired by the #MeToo movement and its ability to use social media and the power of communication to create positive change. Our goal was to gather all the information we could on the harmful effects of noise pollution and to bring awareness to an issue that is very much present and relevant— yet virtually unnoticed. Ironically, noise pollution is the pollution you that never hear about.


HyoJoong-47 copyHallie Hyojung Kim was born and spent most of her formative years in South Korea and moved to the United States with her family in 2008. She is a Maryland resident, and spends her time searching for cafes, bars, and vintage shops in her area to photograph and taste the local culture. Hallie cultivated an interest in fashion at a young age, but fell in love with advertising as well while attending PrattMWP, located in Utica, NY. During her first year at the institute, Hallie was featured in GDUSA’s Students to Watch 2018. Hallie has always dreamed of a big city lifestyle, and is planning to work in New York City after she graduates from the Pratt Institute in Brooklyn.

 

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Noise Pollution

These days, we are suffering with different kinds of environmental pollution such as air, soil, light and water. However, ironically, noise pollution is something that most of the people never heard about. People are not aware yet how noise around the world is slowly, but definitely hurting human and animals. About 30 million people in the United States are exposed to hazardous sound level sat their workplace every day, according to a study from 2005. Solutions are already out there, now the important thing is to face the problem and move to action to fight the noise pollution.

 

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