Clean Air Pollution In China Case Study

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The people of China have become extremely concerned with all the environmental issues that have been going on in the last past 10 years. To correct the problems the Chinese government has taken multiple steps to make the best of the situation. The Chinese state is filled with environmental problems which make them enforce environmental policies, mainly in rural areas. In most cases, people don’t understand nor realize the environmental effects of any polluting activities. For example, when people burn rice stalks in fields with certain chemicals like fertilizers, this will lead to the skies to fill with dark haze (Alford).
Air is valuable essence of every living thing on earth, especially the human race. Clean air is key to sustain the equilibrium
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The Clean Air Alliance is a platform not only for academic exchange, but also for social responsibility. They give out information to the public so that everyone gets a better understanding of air pollution. The CAAC wants to out clean other opponents to help Chinese cities against air pollution. The CAAC focuses on handling air pollution with systematic technical and policy support of the national and local levels. CAAC will start off by addressing problems in three sections: clean air governance and management, clean air communications, and clean air technology and financing. There main goal is to improve air quality in China and reduce the negative impacts on public health caused by air pollution. CAAC mission is to establish national clean air policies, promote clean technologies and green finance, and raise awareness and educate the public (Margaux …show more content…
The American Lung Association shows that Madera, California has the largest amount of small particles in the United States (Associated Press). According to a new study, China’s air pollution kills an estimate of 4,400 people every day. More than one-third of the population breathes in this unclear air on a daily. Robert Rohde led this study, which covered 1,500 ground stations across China, Taiwan and South Korea. After four months the data was analyzed and processed coming to a conclusion that the air pollution exposure to airborne particles can cause a mass variety of health problems, such as asthma, lung cancer, heart disease and strokes. The EP Health Organization said last year that 7 million people died annually because of exposure to polluted air. China’s air pollution and health problems are mainly caused by burning coal in factories, power plants, and the use of vehicles. Years ago in 1997, the Kyoto Agreement, which was the major industrial nations pledged to reduce their emissions of greenhouse regarding climate protection. The problem has focused on the rising rate of greenhouse gas emission resulting primarily from the burning of fossil fuels to meet our increasing demand for

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