Move Over, Smog: China’s Water Pollution Off the Charts (LinkAsia: 3/1/13)

Move Over, Smog: China's Water Pollution Off the Charts (LinkAsia: 3/1/13)

A side effect of rapid industrialization and few regulations, China’s rivers are often treated as little more than sewers. But as LinkAsia contributor Mark Dreyer reports, an online campaign to clean up the country’s water is gathering steam.

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IMAGE: A worker pumps blue-green algae into a treatment reservoir at Chaohu Lake in Hefei, Anhui province: REUTERS/Stringer
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20 thoughts on “Move Over, Smog: China’s Water Pollution Off the Charts (LinkAsia: 3/1/13)”

  1. If men keep in the direction that they are going they do not have to worry about nuclear weapons we will kill are selves

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  2. Why don't regular Chinese citizen group together and pick up trash for free. Make the government determine what to do with the trash..

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