China’s Air Pollution
We can’t talk about meeting the world’s environmental challenges without discussing the world’s largest polluter — China.
In 2015, China’s air pollution killed 4,000 people a day. The increasing level of air pollution in Beijing has even created a new disease – the Beijing cough.
It’s estimated that every year in China, nearly 750,000 victims of air pollution experience premature deaths. The air contaminants produced there are not only bad for China. China’s polluted air can travel as far as the Central Valley in California. Air pollution has even been linked to multiple health issues.
China is an environmental nightmare for all of us. We only have one planet; we can’t let it be destroyed by the Chinese Communist Party.
The CCP may not care about its people, or ours, but we do.
Demand more from China, free China.
Our world, our lives, depend on it.
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