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From the moment I began to compare Santa Cruz to my hometown the differences became eminent Growing up in Los Angeles I was exposed to one of the most populated cities in all of the United States While Santa Cruz has a population of only 49040 people Los Angeles has an astounding 3485398 And every one knows that the higher the population the higher the pollution factor The environments of both LA and Santa Cruz differ in many ways as well One of those differences is the amount of air pollution More cars travel from A to B everyday in LA than in Santa Cruz and the results are drastic For the average working man living in Santa Cruz the daily commute to work is probably less than half as drastic as it would be for the same type of person living in Los Angeles One thing that is certain is that the amount of traffic in LA on a daily basis would be more intense than anything Santa Cruz has ever seen Since LA is more populated and larger in size there is a larger amount of demand for businesses and resources LA also serves as a large tourist attraction which only adds to the amount of congestion on the streets In Santa Cruz there is traffic as well but not as drastic as in LA The air up here is much cleaner and the streets much less crowded The success of Santa Cruzs environmental status comes from 1 the lower population and 2 a higher awareness of effects of pollution on the environment Of course Los Angeles has this awareness as well but it is much harder for a central message of environmental care to spread amongst 3 million people than a mere 40000 Plus the surroundings in LA arent as inspiring as those in Santa Cruz Many people from LA either figure that it is already too late to even attempt
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