China has the distinction of having the worst air and water pollution in the world (see the dark red color on the map below). How will this effect China in the long-term remains entirely up to the Chinese government who is not chosen by the people of China. The fate of the 1.4 billion Chinese living in this part of world hinges on the actions of the Communist controlled party. If something isn’t done soon, the country could face a major catastrophe that is might not fully recover from. Are you doing what you can to help clean up China? Let’s hope for cleaner China in the future.
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