The Tiananmen Square rebellion had an immediate effect on China’s foreign relations. “Together with its allies, the United States quickly imposed a series of diplomatic and economic sanctions against China” (The National Bureau of Asian Research). With declined tourism and withdrawing foreign investments, China’s GDP growth rate dropped from 11 to 3%. As a result, China wanted to over come the to international isolation, and to rebuild relationship with foreign countries and regain access to international markets and investments. Over time, China has gradually regained the relationship through communication, compromisation, and restored affairs.
However it is unfortunate that we rely mainly not on our own supplies for water. China, which Guangdong is part of, is prone to droughts, as is California. This signifies a great potential risk to water scarcity as Guangdong is an unstable supply source to rely so heavily upon. I agree with the Professor that the subsidy should be lessened, and also that Hong Kong citizens must be educated so that they are aware of the current situation. In the United States, their government may invest in aiding and renew their water infrastructure by taking advantage of their great land
Millions of people have faced with living-and-death issue due to constant use of contaminated water. Polluted water source causes the deleterious impact on the community. The common consequence is the rising rate of people at higher risk of acute and chronic diseases relating to water pollution such as dermatitis, digestive diseases, diarrhea, and cancer has risen. In several regions, patients diagnosed with cancer, gynecologic infections account for 40-50% of cases, due to polluted water sources. Polluted water and poor sanitation claim the lives of about 9,000 people per year in Vietnam, according to the Ministry of Health and the Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Development.
Abstract The report shows two important water problems in China current water environment--water pollution and uneven water resource, and how to resolve water crisis of uneven resource. Because of the pressure of water pollution and uneven water resource, China has become a water shortage country. The solution of the shortage of water resources will be found on the Internet. My hypothesis is that damming can be an effective way to solve the uneven water resources. China has successfully implemented the South to North Water Diversion Project, so that the dam can be suitable for China 's sustainable development.
Water pollution in China and Australia has brought several changes to their respective environments and have similar causes and consequences, affecting major cities, towns and villages. The level of severity and how much it affects their populations is different between the two countries, with China’s contamination of water sources and effects on the people on an immense scale compared to Australia. In China, 14 out of 31 provinces failed to meet their water quality targets. According to a 2012 report,“up to 40 percent of China’s rivers were seriously polluted” and 20
Some of the free flowing rivers were heavily polluted by directly dumping the industrial waste, run off of fertilizers and chemicals in the river and direct sewerage dumping practice done in the past. Therefore Mongolian central government came up with policies like National Water Program (2005-2015), the Programme on Urban Development and utilities, Government Policy on Ecology, Law on Environmental protection for reducing the negative impacts of pollution (2005-2015). (Balima,
With an upcoming development and world’s global climate change are causing many degradation of water and its sources. Water resources and its reservoirs are greatly being affected by anthropogenic action or natural phenomenon. When talking about water pollution, we should consider that it is not only about water quality but also about water quantity. Water pollution in Japan had been issue even before the industrialization, especially during “Japan’s Meji Period (1868-1912)”, when “Ashio Copper Mine” dumped huge amount of waste water into Watarase River and greatly hamper the residents (Water Environmental Management in Japan, n.a). It seems that with industrialization and urbanization, the water problem become more severe in Japan.
China’s water crisis is the second factor: pollution. Even in water-rich regions of China and reduce pollution clean and available water supply. It is estimated that currently polluting the whole 70% of China's rivers and lakes, groundwater has been polluted, half of Chinese cities and Chinese one-third of land affected by acid rain. In order to resolve the uneven distribution, he project such as South-to-North water diversion has been used. The advantages of this project lies in the water you want to transfer more water supply coverage is available, can be conveyed by gravity water of good quality.
The water scarcity of China, which is triggered lots of reasons, such as natural damage, inordinate emission of human industry or other reasons, which negatively influence the water pollution, also, with the climate change, the glacier is melting dramatically, warm temperature and precipitation change natural pattern and increase the desertification(News from the earth institute). China becomes drier every year, and there are varied of products related to agriculture. Two water scarcity issues of China are that uneven distribution of the water recourse and the water pollution. China’s south to north water diversion project have caused lots of positive effects in the uneven distribution of water. As China’s population and economy have improved totally, so a plan for water is essential for China development.
He stated in around two thousand and twelve , that if china continues to pollute tis much it will be china’s biggest health problem in a couple of years . Which will cause problems with china first starting of my health care which will hurt them and how much money they are paying for it . “In northern China, air pollution from the burning of fossil fuels, principally coal, is causing people to die on average 5.5 years sooner than they otherwise might.”— Tim Flannery, Atmosphere of Hope, 2015. Estimations by Beijing common government in January 2013 exhibited that most vital recorded (2.5 micrometers in measure), was at right around 1,000 μg per cubic meter. Traces of fumes cloud from territory China has been believed to achieve like California.