Air Pollution in China Air pollution is an increasing concern throughout the world. With escalating populations comes the massive growth of air pollution, which is detrimental to a person’s health, especially on the cardiovascular and respiratory systems. Countless countries and cities have been plagued with toxic air and shockingly twelve of the twenty majorly polluted cities throughout the world are located in China (Zhend & Kahn, 2013, p. 732). China’s air pollution is constantly increasing and harming the Chinese population. One population that is increasingly affected by the contaminated air are the children in China.
The water pollution is polluting great deal of their rivers. The reason for a mass of this is “Industrial runoff, poor sewage treatment , and catch basins”(Auslin). All of this is making the water of china is deadly for people to drink and to swim in. A group did a study in 2011 that said “39 percent of china’s seven river basins were too polluted for general use, including 14 percent that were unfit even for industrial use. In 26 key lakes and reservoirs, only 42 percent of total water was deemed fit for swimming and fishing, while 8 percent was unfit even for industrial use”(Auslin).
Oh my gosh why are they dumping trash in Lake Erie! Did you know that in the 1960’s Lake Erie had an algae problem like it does now. “By the 1960s, Lake Erie had become extremely polluted” (Michael Rotman). In the 1960’s Lake Erie was heavily polluted by industrial pollution from Cleveland and other cities with large or small industries. In fact the industries would dump their garbage right into Lake Erie itself or Lake Erie 's tributaries.
Therefore, it causes the person with alcoholism to depend on the alcohol in order to deal with certain things. Also, it may cause them to put themselves in dangerous situations,or lead to legal situations. Those who drink alcohol more frequently they have serious health and psychological problems. It can increase the risk of developing certain cancers it includes the mouth, throat, liver, and breast. Natasha Tracy, said “Alcoholism is a disease that damages the brain,liver, heart, and other organs.” Meanwhile,some people don’t notice that they have problems once they have been developed a dependence on alcohol, he or she will drink regardless of any serious physical symptoms.
To test air pollution Research Question: What is the effect of air pollution on endangered species population in Mexico? Hypothesis: If the Air Pollution in Mexico harms endangered species, then a great percentage of the animal population will become extinct. Experimental Variables: Safety/Ethical Considerations: The Petri dishes are created out of glass, therefore, they are able to break, which will cause a risk of cutting oneself. Consequently, the Petri Dishes must be handled while wearing protective gloves. The disposal of the Petri Dishes must be in a glass recycling bin.
China is the country with the highest number of recorded homeless beings, next to the United States. Why is the number so high, though? Both essays that will be talked about explain some issues that have caused homelessness. A loss of a home can be a huge reason someone finds themselves homeless. Tragedy can strike, such as a tornado or earthquake,a fire, etc.
The effect of pH on oxygen (O2) consumption and carbon dioxide (CO2) production is worthy of investigation because human-caused acid rain is at large at many countries and may give clarity to other events that acid rain triggers. In 2005, over 250 cities in China were struck with acid rain and caused the economic loss of billions of yuan (“GEOCASES: Case Study”). Because of this, the pH value of rain in China became less than 5.0, which is considered acidic (“GEOCASES: Case Study”). This acid rain was blamed on the discharge of SO2 from power plants and coal factories and not only caused China economic problems, but also detrimental effects on vegetation and plants. The connection between acid rain and damaged vegetation has led us to wonder: How do the pH levels of 4, 5, 6, 7, and 8 affect the rate in which O2 is consumed and CO2 is produced during germination and cellular respiration in broad
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
Asthma is a lung disease where you're airways contract, bulge and produces excess mucus. This makes breathing challenging and sets off severe coughing. For many other people asthma is just an Irritation and for many others, it’s more serious and prevents them from doing daily tasks and can lead to life-threatening asthma attacks. Asthma can’t be cured, but the symptoms can be contained. The name asthma comes from the Greek word azien, meaning breathing struggles.
In the past ten years, China has created dozens of polluted megacities. The polluted air has endangered the millions of inhabitants in China's overpopulated cities. There are many aspects of the environment that have been polluted or destroyed. The most important one of these is the water in China. China is “polluting the little bit of water they have left” (The Economist).