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Wednesday, July 30, 2014

30/07/2014: Blood river - water pollution spreads in China

River pollution is becoming an eye-sight as well as a nasal irritant in some parts of China and no more so than for the residents of residents of Wenzhou, China, and for many in the rapidly expanding industrialising zones, cities and towns.

Yixiu Wu of Greenpeace says,“I think the water-pollution problem, it’s no longer a remote problem, only in the countryside. It’s affecting everyone. Even people in the cities.”


A man looks at a contaminated river in Cangnan county of Wenzhou, Zhejiang province, July 24, 2014


Read more HERE.

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