The pollution in water also created a serious threat. In between 2000 -2005, 54% of seven rivers of China was regarded as unsafe to drink. The polluted rivers mainly lies in the northeast part of China because of dense population density. Northern China faces both air and water pollution where there is highest per capita income. Most dangerous polluted water lies in Huai, Songhua, Liao and Hai as well as most severe scarcity of water problem lies in Ningxia, Tianjin, Beijing, Jiangsu and Shanxi.
China has been one of the leading countries as far as pollution is concerned. The increased number of vehicles and skyscrapers in the big cities like Beijing, Shanghai, Guangzhou, Chengdu, Nanjing and Chongqing due to their high population of over 5 million, has contributed significantly in increasing the pollution index of China. The essay will discuss some of the key aspects and points pertaining to the increasing pollution in China. Cohort Studies. There has not been a cohort analysis done for examining the pollution in China.
Real Estate Literature Assignment 1A Summary article “Rapid urbanization in China: A real challenge to soil protection and food security” (Chen, 2007) Abstract: By researching the last two decades of accelerated economic growth and urbanization boom in China, the author points out that accelerated urban development has led to a decrease in the quality of the soil and also the shortage of agricultural land. China is now faced with one of its greatest challenges: sustaining the economic growth and urban development while finding ways to protect the bio environment and assuring enough agricultural land in order to feed its people. The analysis is based on official statistics obtained from the Chinese Academy of Sciences and data derived from
Introduction Water shortage and water pollution is an urgent crisis in China and is the cause of millions of deaths each year. According to Chinadialogue “(…) water pollution poses a bigger health threat to about 300 million people living in rural areas, and many of them are vulnerable and disadvantaged” (Lin, 2014). This essay addresses water management issues in rural China and suggests more investments should be made in local water management. First, to assess why China should invest more in local water management, research on existing local water management in China has to be included. For a complete insight into China’s water management projects, macro infrastructural-focused solution will also be included.
Summary "an air pollution catastrophe" happened in China because of its rapid industrialization. China achieves high economic growth but also led to veiled skies of toxic air and cause health problems. It also leads environmental degradation. This book provides an overview of China’s air pollution problem and describes how and why China is dealing with such a terrible situation as well as the government’s doing to address the problem. It will be difficulties to attempt to reduce the pollution.
The water pollution happened because after the reform and opening-up policy, the China have more and more factory, so there are much water needed by the factories. So that Chinese government should take a project to solve the water problems in China to make sure about the factories have no
China's development and environment practices have also made the country one of the world's leading contributors to regional and global environmental problems, including acid rain, ozone depletion, global climate change, and biodiversity loss. According to detailed study by the World Bank on the harmful effects of pollution in the largest country of the world, 750,000 of premature deaths each year in China are the cause of smog. This data and the report have been censored. Of course, the Chinese government has requested the World Bank to withdraw the requirement of the alarming findings of the
There are up to 100 ethic groups in China, of which 56 are recognized by the Chinese government. With a population of nearly 1.4 billion people in china, speaks up to 300 languages and dialects. In Southern China, where two towns next to each other, people would rarely speak the same dialect. Sub-point B: (w/source citation, if applicable) Smog problem in Beijing. According to China’s Ministry of Environment Protection.
In the time of economic growth everyone focused only on this topic, no one thought about environmental issues which are now China’s biggest problem. (Agenda - The World Economic Forum, 2015) 3 Air Pollution in China One of the most serious urban environmental problems in China is probably air pollution. Pollution in recent years has been so heavy that many Chinese cities could be found at the top of the list of the most polluted cities in the world . Nowadays, we can observe some improvement in the quality of the air in China , however, air pollution still remains an important environmental issue. (Ahearn, 2011) 3.1 History of Air Pollution Problems with deterioration in air quality appeared after Industrial Revolution and during the period when cities started to grow.
The durability of China’s regime has been a controversy among scholars and the experts of China’s issue. Some predicted that China’s regime would crumble following the collapse of the largest authoritarian regime (Union of Soviet Socialist Republics). Somehow China survived and began to grow; however, various explicit problems happening in China are devastating. Bruce Dickson argues that people may underestimate China’s adaptability. Although the reaction of the government is slow, it can adapt many political or societal changes and reclaim its legitimacy.