Abstract This scientific report mainly discuss how to reduce the water scarcity in the China, and the two main reasons for water scarcity are water pollution and its uneven distribution. For this research, some information form internet and the data collected in the website are the main sources for this topic. For china’s water uneven distribution, government changes the complicated the water system to transform the water to other areas and they also establish the dam to prevent the flooding water. There is a personal hypothesis that human could explore more techniques associated with the dam, because dam can change the water direction and save the energy, and there are two graphs explaining the map of water distribution and terrestrial circumstances.
However, “We are now in an age of information and know how important information is for our daily life. However, less known is the importance of information for nation-state building” (Yongnian, 2012). Although Internet censorship prevents and hinders freedom of expression, it is an absolute necessity in China. “China’s Internet censorship has obvious protectionist effects” (Liu, 2011). It is a tool that the Chinese government employs to regulate information flow within the country as she opens her doors to the World.
China’s government is aware of the severity of these water shortages happening all over the country especially in northern China. In northern China, they do not have a dependable source of local water or clean water due to the excessive amount of pollution in the air. Just imagine how this affects the rest of China and around the world. According to Yong Jiang, China’s Water Scarcity, Yong states, “China’s water shortage is of global concern because China and the rest of the world are increasingly connected, both economically and environmentally” (2005). China, however, has shown interest and motivation to solve this detrimental problem by initiating a policy to advocate for a healthy environment.
Waterwheels of ancient China had a positive impact on the society 's balance of power, while impacting the economy in different ways, the environment was impacted very badly. A water wheel in Ancient China was used to crush grains or to cast iron. It was first invented by Nikola Tesla. A water wheel is a machine for converting the energy of falling water into some forms of power ("Wikipedia"). A water wheel consists of a large piece of wood with a few buckets arranged on the outside rim forming the driving surface ("wikipedia").
Water pollution develops when water is defiled by different factors. Industrial and agricultural wastes are the most common factors. These factors cause imbalance in the water leading to death of some species. Water pollution in China is such an issue, to the point that the World Bank cautioned of “catastrophic consequences for the future generation. "(Facts and Details).
This caused problems in farms as it meant that there was no water for livestock, causing a problem with food production. It also threatened the ecosystems and wildlife, especially those who live in the river. The drought also caused ships to be stranded and power shortages affected eastern and central China. In spite of the problems this dam causes, But Wang Hai who is the director of the transport division of the three gorges dam told China Daily that he does not accept the thought that the dam has caused water related problems and things could be a lot worse without the dam existing. Most people though, disagree and say that it is impossible that a huge dam wouldn’t have any impact on downstream.
People are pollution waters everywhere. They gut polluted water into some river from some factory, due to global warming, etc. (The Importance of Clean Water) Well, water pollution affect the condition for human life and quality of living by when drinking polluted water, polluted water come into your body, and global warming. Global warming hear like kind of air pollution but Water pollution
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