China’s economy, has exploited natural resources in ways that contributed to famines and natural disasters, and has come at the expense of its environment and public health.
Life expectancy north of the Huia River is 5.5 lower than in the south due to air pollution (life expectancy in China is 75. UN).
Big cities with steel mills, power plants, heating plants, or railroad stations feel the direct impact of industrial pollution.
Countries like China have tried endless ways to decreased the hazardous effects that factories have created.
All types of pollution such as air pollution, noise pollution, water pollution, light pollution, soil pollution, thermal pollution, radioactive pollution and others come under the broader category of environmental pollution.
How this pollution affects us and how it is caused has been a matter of study for years.Pesticide and other chemicals use for protecting some plant might protect plants, but they are not helping to our air at all.Harmful substances and contaminants affecting the environment constitute environmental pollution.Pollution increased due to the concentration of these industrialized city centers, which now used coal, which replaced the natural power of fast-running rivers. For example, evidence of pollution during the early Industrial Revolution in England and the European continent is widespread. We use all kinds of chemicals that are damaging our air.Sprays containing chlorofluorocarbons damaging ozone layer in very top part of out atmosphere.The Industrial Revolution of the nineteenth and the eighteenth centuries brought about much of the base of today’s pollutants.A series of technological advances in machinery, such as the steam engine, along with a preponderance of other goods shifting from homes and small factories to large industrial settings brought about more and more pollution.Burning other fuels like wood, or natural gas can make all of these pollutants too.The other problem closely related to industrialization is problem of big cities.