ResearchQuestions and Hypothesis on Global Engagement process

ResearchQuestions and Hypothesis

Thereare economic activities that have effects on the environment eitherpositively or negatively. Global engagement projects are the beststrategies that can be used to evaluate the possible causes ofenvironmental pollution processes that are a result of humanactivities. Any study requires the research question that will helpone understand the guidelines on how to tackle to apprehend anyexisting problem in the area of investigation.Tocome up with valid and concrete findingsaresearcher needs to carry out a thorough research on the particulartopic. The entire process becomes activeif all the necessary procedural processes are adhered to and followedto the later. The paper will outline the guidelines that are vital incarrying out suchresearch(research question) and formulation of hypothesis. The data collectedwill guide through the remaining part of this course,and the final project will rely on the data to formulate correctverdicts. Following are the questions that will supply the researcherwill correct answers and statistics that will satisfy the project.

  • What is industrialization and how has it affected the environment?

  • What is the necessary background information?

  • Are the main economic activities in this area inclusive in environmental degradation (wastage from the industries)?

  • What behavioral factors contribute majorly to the current water pollution?

  • Are the behavioral factors economically propelled?

  • What strategies could be laid to reduce this type of pollution?

  • Is it possible to change the economic activities in the target area of research?

  • What are the connected side effects to this type of pollution?

  • How have the members of the community viewed this from environmental contamination?

  • Will the strategies to improve current situation be cost effective? Are they affordable? If yes or no, why?


Thequestion of the possible causes of environmental pollution faces alot of challenges to answer it. Thereare a lot of misunderstanding about thewhole topic of affluencesomerelate it to irresponsible environmental authorities while others maybe correctslightlybecausethey say the problem causedby less knowledge and information on the possible effects andhazards. Water pollution hasfrequentlyrelatedto industrial waste.However,the scholars who came up with these findings did not support themwith valid data. A lot of industries are located in commonwater sources and therefore the release all the seepage to thesources.

Conversely,a lot of researchershave no put into consideration the fact that a good number of thoseindustries have innovatednew methods to deal with the waste products that they release. Theyhave come up with connected industries that can use the rejectmaterials in the first industry to make other new products. Forinstance,fertilizer industries are integral processing plants that can beallied to most industries because they will recycle the end productin the firstprocess to another product. Consequently,these industries have reduced the large mass of waste materialsreleased to the water sources. People believethat a lot of those industries re-use the wastewaterthrough fractional distillation. The research will come up with theaccuraterecords and findings towards the main problem of water pollution andenvironmental dilapidation.


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