Public Water Fountains Around Berkley, Ca
The first example of a sugary drinks tax in the USA came in February 2014, when it was approved by the city of Berkley, California. The taxation is supposed to reduce sugary drink consumption and boost the consumption of healthier drinks, such as water from fountains. Research was executed to find out the reputation of local drinking water fountains and whether people from different racial or economic backgrounds had less availability to them. Via content collected by a mobile GPS app, researchers were able to establish the state of existing water fountains in Berkley. The US Census Community Study database was utilized to accumulate information relating to race and economic status in these areas. The two data sets were compared to determine what class variances, click here to read
if any, there were in access to operating water fountains. They were able to determine the demographics of regions surrounding existing fountains, as well as the cleanliness and maintenance of fountains across different communities. The fact that the fountains were working was not a guarantee that they were well-maintained, as quite a few were in need of cleaning and repair.