Are you also tired of seeing White people being blamed for destroying the environment and told not to have children? We’ve come a long way over the last century.
Cities with highest particulate matter pollution in air.— The Spectator Index (@spectatorindex) November 7, 2019
1. Kanpur, India
2. Faridabad, India
3. Gaya, India
4. Varanasi, India
5. Patna, India
6. Delhi, India
7. Lucknow, India
8. Bamenda, Cambodia
9. Agra, India
10. Gurgaon, India
(World Health Organisation)
A toxic foam caused by sewage overflow is settling on roads and water in New Delhi, as residents grapple with dangerous levels of air pollution pic.twitter.com/WJsrLtOGzD— Bloomberg TicToc (@tictoc) November 7, 2019
Gobar Snan (Cow Dung Bath) is a rage in India. ? pic.twitter.com/g64QDHOtls— Hakeem Sagar (@SagarHakeem) October 31, 2019
My father-in-law was in the U.S. Navy and told me that India was the only place in the world that you could smell hundreds of miles offshore pic.twitter.com/pOmzW4CVju— EMPEROR ‘KINGFISH’ WHITEPILL (@CptBlackPill) November 7, 2019
My brother-in-law is constantly traveling. He told me India is the filthiest place He has ever seen. Worse than Haiti or Africa and he has been there too pic.twitter.com/UbCmKMd0Io— EMPEROR ‘KINGFISH’ WHITEPILL (@CptBlackPill) November 7, 2019
I’m not saying we are perfect.
We’re not even close to being the real problem though.
“Of the world’s most polluted 30 cities, 22 are in India, according to research by IQ AirVisual, a Swiss-based group that gathers air-quality data globally, and Greenpeace.
The remaining eight cities are all in Pakistan, Bangladesh and China – but the list doesn’t include Beijing, which comes in at number 122.
Just looking at global capitals, it’s also Asian cities that top the ranking.
Looking at overall countries, it’s Bangladesh that has the worst air, followed by Pakistan and then India.
All these rankings are based on average air quality per year. …”
Just look at what it is like in India.