I’m glad we haven’t moved to Busan. Despite it being one of the warmer areas in South Korea, this kind of info concerns me. I am kinda stunned that Hamilton, Ontario, Canada or Los Angeles, California, USA didn’t make it. Especially when you can plainly see the coloured air at times. Although, with all the steel factory closes in Hamilton, the air is slightly less ‘purple’ at times now. I do question if this article includes that little thing that happened to Japan. You know, the Nuclear Plant exploding event. This almost starts to look like Japan-World-PR move.
In recent years along with many other developing Asian nations, China has been increasing its level of industrial manufacturing as it readies itself for remarkable industrial growth. However, neglecting its environment for the sake of industry has brought with it the problem of dense smog pollution, with microscopic smog particles with a diameter of 2.5 micrometres or less having been detected in overwhelming large amounts in China’s air in recent days.
The smog is the same as that found in factory exhausts, car fumes and the like. Measured per cubic meter, at one instance the observed value of pollution in Beijing reached levels 10 times the Chinese government’s recommended safety level. If one were to go by the Wealth Health Organization (WHO)’s recommended value, the figure rises to 40 times greater than normal. When it comes to pollution, it is thought that of the asian nations undergoing remarkable growth, 70%…
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