Cities in the northern parts of the country are more polluted than in any other parts of the country owing to high number of industries in such regions. China for example is the leading exporter of steal globally (Innes & Hassan, 2000). Steel and cement industries are among the companies located in the northern parts of the country. Cement and steel industries in the country contribute to pollution owing to the large-scale evacuation processes they carry out coupled with an equally large-scale emission of the poisonous gases. The large-scale evacuation of the earth result in deforestation of such parts of the country, which further contribute to the climatic change, this worsens the pollution in the country.Cancer is the leading cause of death in the country. Additionally, respiratory illnesses are increasing in the country further compounding the worsening health status in the country. Such diseases arise from the poisonous respiratory gases that the industries emit. Besides the air pollution that arises from the emissions, industries in the country discharge contaminated refuse into the country’s waterways. This has compounded the situation in the country resulting in more diseases that are waterborne. Industrial refuse requires effective treatment before discharging them into the water bodies. The failure to treat such discharge poisons the rivers and the water bodies thereby destroying the aquatic ecosystems. Fish among other animals that live in the water bodies thus die owing to the heightened contamination of the rivers and lakes in the country a feature that eradicates some of equally valuable resources in the country (Dasgupta, Hua & Wheeler, 1997).The rising death rates resulting from cancer related diseases besides the respiratory diseases have proven that pollution is costly and will curtail the country’s economic growth. The government of China have begun investing billions of dollars in numerous clean up processes some of which may not achieve the desired success (Faiz, Weaver, Walsh & Gautam, 1996). Furthermore, pollution has destroyed aquatic habitat in the country with most of the rivers and lakes turning poisonous owing to the high pollution rates. The destruction of the aquatic life has resulted in either the death or mutation of aquatic animals into other unique species. The fact that families living in parts of rural china rely on the water from the rivers for domestic
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