Pollution In China, India, Russia, And Japan

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In the global perspective of the harm of pollution. The 5 most effected countries in the world are China, USA, India, Russia and Japan. As I speaks in a global perspective, even though pollution has benefited the world a lot but at the same time charmed it even more. China is ranked the most polluted area in the world on average, this country produces 10,375 million metric per year, this causes extreme harm to it’s citizens. Beijing is the most polluted out off them all, citizens were PM 2.5 protection masks whenever anyone steps outside. The government sometimes even put up sunsets and sunrises to prevent depression. Further more pollution is responsible for millions of deaths every year although it has a growing economy. Researchers …show more content…
Therefore this has caused thousands to seek medical treatments every year. Not only that but 40 present of all the lacks are too polluted the fish or swim in, overall each year 1.2 trillion gallons of wast gets dumped into the US water. In third there is India, India has the second largest pollution count in the world and has a huge growing economy. Around 1000 children die in India every year due to diseases caused from the polluted water. This is so serious that nearly 25% of all deaths in India are the result of the extreme air pollution. This are produces 2,274 million toms each year, 1.1 million probe die due to exposure to air pollution. The second most polluted city is located in India after Beijing, and that is New Delhi. As we go down the ranking there is Russia, even though there is a huge surface area and therefore a low pollution density, but the high level of deforestation made this problem extremely serious. This causes place in Moscow, Volgograd contaminated. Nearly 17 percent of diseases in children and 10 percent of diseases in adult are caused my air pollution. It wouldn’t come to the shock that this has happened since 1,617 million tons of air …show more content…
Well its definitely going to be worse than it already is. As air pollution continues the skies will become foggier and it will become more and more difficult to breath due to the fact that humans rely on oxygen to breath. Not only that but air pollution will cause personal discomfort and hazards even more (as many in China and other countries in Asia already experience). Increasing levels of CO2 in the Earth’s atmosphere would rise up the temperature, this will cause melting icecaps and therefore this will raise the sea levels. Furthermore over-polluted skies will block out the sun, therefore cause the world the become a dark cold place and with all the sunshine block there is no way for all the livestocks and crops to grow. According to Organisation for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECO), reports that there will be 3.6 million deaths per year by 2050 due the air pollution (mostly in China and India). Water pollution will harm everyone seriously, Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) states the between 1 percent and 11 percent of all the marine life has become extinct every year of the 40 year period between 1975 to 2015. Recent studies have linked water contamination with so-called “cancer villages” in China, and this will only increase. Even though water pollution can only effect marine life, humans are at risk of seeing the food pyramid topple beneath them if pollution continues. In the future the water is

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