These 20 Photos Show How Shocking China’s Pollution Problems Have Become

I don’t think that anybody in this world will be surprised to hear that the world nowadays is having some major pollution-related problems. But until you see the real effects it has on this world, you probably won’t be able to really understand the gravity of this problem.

China is the most populated country in this world and also a heavily industrialized country, which means that pollution is at an all time high there. Below we have selected for you 20 shocking photos that show how shocking China’s pollution problems have become and we can only hope that the measures taken by the authorities and the people living there can salvage something. Otherwise, it’s pretty much clear that our planet is dying a slow and horrendous death.

This is Lake Chaohu in Hefei, Anhui Province

Source: Reuters

Source: Reuters

Lake in Wuhan, Central China’s Hubei Province

Photo source: Reuters

Photo source: Reuters

This is the smog in Beijing

Photo source: Kyodo News

Photo source: Kyodo News

Wastewater being poured into the Yangtze River

Photo source: Reuters

Photo source: Reuters

Flooded street in Shantou, Guangdong Province

Photo source: Reuters

Photo source: Reuters

A view over the smog in Beijing

Photo Source: Fortune

Photo Source: Fortune

Polluted red waters of the Jianhe River

Photo source: Reuters

Photo source: Reuters

A river in Zhugao, Sichuan Province

Photo Source: The Independent

Photo Source: The Independent

People fishing in a polluted canal in Beijing

Photo Source: David Gray / Reuters

Photo Source: David Gray / Reuters

The beautiful blue water of a river in Jiaxing, Zhejiang

Photo source: Reuters

Photo source: Reuters

A river polluted with dye and plastic bottles

Photo source: Lu Palmerini

Photo source: Lu Palmerini

More plastic bottles near the Great Wall Of China

Photo Source: Bored Panda

Photo Source: Bored Panda

The waters of East Lake, Wuhan

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Photo source: Reuters

The Yangtze River again

Photo source: Reuters

Photo source: Reuters

Workers in Shanghang, Fujian

Photo source: Reuters

Photo source: Reuters

Kid swimming in a polluted reservoir in Pingba

Photo source: Reuters

Photo source: Reuters

Chinese worker removing oil from water in Dalian, Liaoning

Photo source: Reuters

Photo source: Reuters

Simming in Qingdao, Shandong

Source: Reuters

Source: Reuters

A polluted stream in Fuyuan County, Yunnan Province

Photo source: Reuters

Photo source: Reuters

How to take a clear photo in Hong Kong

Photo source: Bored Panda

Photo source: Bored Panda

These images are indeed shocking! Hopefully they are strong enough to convince all people living on this planet that we should start caring about the high levels of pollution in the world and do our best to stop it. Share this article with your friends if you agree!




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