The smog has even lead to health issues that have caused death, and other major health effects. China’s economic development was unrestrained but there are organizations set up to help the smog and support their issue. Air pollution in China is horrendous, out of control, and even dangerous for human life ; it can be controlled but its going to cost as much as it has caused to build up. China’s air pollution started two decades ago, which was led by the economic growth. They build factories, an increase in car ownership , and the overwhelming reliance on coal (Wagstaff) .China’s economic growth of factories and other harmful toxics has also even hurt the atmosphere.
Due to factory smoke, car waste and plastic china has become one of the most polluted countries in the world for centuries. By china producing goods for other countries it makes their problem even worse. There are many solutions to this massive problem , but china has not found one that works. Even though china has bad pollution it not only affects their country but others as well. In china today their pollution has become a huge problem due to the factory industry, the pollution has increased tremendously.
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In 2008, the Global Financial Crisis broke out; both the American economy and the economy in the West suffered a hard blow. However, a big economy system in the East emerged unexpectedly. China is now able to challenge the America’s decades-long dominant position in economic area. Started during the middle of 1990s, China’s manufacturing industry developed rapidly that billions of exports were floating out, and China was given the title of “the world’s factory”(BBC). By the end of 2010, China with a GDP of $5.8 trillion, surpassed Japan’s GDP of $5.48 trillion, became the world’s second largest economy system (BBC).
: A case in point, China is one of the largest producers of coal because coal is the main source of its electricity production. According to World Coal Association (World coal association, 2013), China is the largest coal producers which accounted for more than 50% (3549 Million tons) of world’s total coal production in 2012 (7831Million tons). This factor has assisted for 7.8% of economics growth in China in 2012, which is higher than expected by its government in the early 2012 with only 7.5 %( Xinhua, 2013). On the contrary, there were many disasters recorded in the region. As stated by Greenpeace “Coal is the main source of climate change pollution” (Greenpeace, n.d).