The Importance Of Air Pollution In Beijing, China

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You are getting ready to go outside and start your day until you realize its grey outside and you don’t know what it is until you step outside to check it out. Then as soon as you step outside you start coughing like you smoked a pack of cigarettes. This problem is affecting the people that live in Beijing, China of all ages from the elder to the young babies. “The worsening air pollution has already exacted a significant economic toll, grounding flights, closing highways and keeping tourists at home” (Kaiman). The weather conditions get so bad that you are scared to leave your house because how the air pollution negatively affect your health and your family’s as well. I remember my senior year of high school one of coaches told me him and …show more content…
I feel like the pollution is going to get to a point where everything is going to be built in a huge dome for every building they will have a huge dome surrounding it and that’s a scary picture because that would cost millions or billions of dollars to do that but every year its getting worst and every year you keep seeing less effort to make a change to the weather problem that the population is being force to face every day. “The air in Beijing is so polluted that breathing it does as much damage to the lungs as smoking 40 cigarettes a day, says a new study”(Ferris). This is a scary statement just imagine that little kid that’s not even 5 years of age yet and the family can’t afford a mask to put on their child and the little kids lung has to fight with the polluted air that’s similar to 40 cigarettes and the babies lungs are nowhere near finished developing that baby has a high chance of dying or very …show more content…
If you ever visited Beijing, China you would notice it’s highly populated and the main resource that the population of Beijing china uses is automobiles and the fumes from vehicles have a decent amount of impact on the air pollution. When I first thought about this solution I thought it was the best one because I thought taking vehicles off the street wouldn’t be that hard, because you can just announce the new law and the population would just listen because they don’t have another choice. But when I did a little bit more thinking I realized that it’s not that simple and that it would cause more problems than good, for example the people of Beijing china could riot against the Chinese government for not be allowed to use their automobiles. Also another bad problem that comes from controlling how many automobiles are allowed on the streets is some people not being able to make it to work, that can be a really big problem for the economy in Beijing, China. That’s why I come back to my solution, making it rain two to three times a week during the night time because it doesn’t really affect the population of Beijing, China like the other two that I just finished describing the worst thing that comes from solution is waking up in the morning and seeing the ground is wet from the rain. The other solutions bring a lot bigger problems

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