Warning! Serious and sad images ahead!
In Bangladesh, little children play next to a severely polluted canals. While some parents here worry about giving their kids non-organic foods, imagine living in the one of the most polluted cities on earth. Every day local tanneries dump over 20,000 cubic liters of toxic waste into the capital Dhaka’s main river and key water supply, the Bugiganga.
Breath It In
No, this isn’t a romantic fog settling into Changsha, in the Hunan Province of China. It’s awful smog due to pollution. We all know that China has a population problem, causing them to make a one-child per couple law, but they continue to produce copious amounts of pollution. China has many of the most polluted cities in the world. In Beijing, coal and cars are the two main sources of air pollution.
Built to Spill
While this is a photo of an oil spill off the coast of Thailand, they happen all over the world. And one of the saddest things is that most of them don’t get media coverage because they happen so often. Oil spills affect marine life and other animals, as well as beaches.