China is actually killing our world.
While developing hundreds of coal-fired power plants throughout the world, the nation that emits the most pollution also dumps the most plastic and non-recoverable rubbish into our seas and eco system.
China is doing all this while winning accolades from the media about joining the fraudulent “Paris agreement” and from NGOs like Greenpeace and WWF for its efforts to “fight global warming” and “steer an eventual path away from fossil fuels”, all being ridiculous lies.
China has used more coal than the rest of the world combined since 2011. China's carbon dioxide emissions overtook those of the United States in 2005, and by 2012, they had surpassed both the United States and the European Union's combined output. Should recent trends continue, China will be responsible for the most atmospheric carbon dioxide in less than 20 years.
If it wasn't bad enough that China is the biggest polluter in the world, it's also forcing other countries to continue to pollute by exporting its coal based power plants worldwide.
Hundreds of coal-fired electric power plants are among China's abroad investments, which are a substantial source of carbon connected to climate change. According to Edward Cunningham, a Harvard University expert on China's energy markets, China is developing or planning more than 300 coal plants in countries as diverse as Turkey, Vietnam, Indonesia, Bangladesh, Egypt, and the Philippines.
In some ways, China's coal drive is unsurprising: the country understands how to build coal plants and is the world's largest coal user, using coal to generate more than 70% of its power. China is a big investor in the energy industry in neighboring Vietnam, which is heavily reliant on coal.
China is involved in 15 coal power plants in operation, six under construction and at least two in the planning stages, according to Nguyen Thi Hang with Hanoi-based environmental group Green Innovation and Development Centre. He states that "China's investments in Vietnam is both good and bad but it is also coupled with negative impacts on people's health and livelihoods."
Chinese apologists and the media are always trying to mask China's pollution by using the ridiculous criteria of “pollution per capita”. Why is it ridiculous? Because if you measure which countries pollute based on per capita, the world's biggest polluters are Qatar, Kuwait, UAE and Saudi Arabia.
Those top four combined don't come near the levels of pollution China pumps out, not even close. Another reason why it's completely ridiculous to use "per capita" as an indication on pollution by countries is because it removes China from the graph of top ten, or even top twenty of polluting countries. Using this criteria makes Luxemburg seems like a bigger polluter than China.
This is nothing but a smoke screen that was created by Chinese propaganda to cover up China's real impact on pollution and is spread around by its useful idiots and the media.
Now under the 2016 “Paris agreements” China has no obligations whatsoever to do anything regarding its pollution by 2030. So while the media, “woke” celebrities and politicians like to tell everyone how the world is going to end in 10-15 years because of climate change and plastic straws, they never mention the fact that the biggest polluter in the world can basically continue to pump as much pollution as it likes into our atmosphere.
If it wasn't bad enough that China is destroying the very air we breath, it's doing the same thing to our oceans and eco system.
According to the new study, led by Jenna Jambeck, an assistant professor of environment engineering at the University of Georgia, an estimated eight million tonnes of waste plastic enters the oceans each year from the world's 192 countries with coastlines, based on 2010 data.
China's heavily populated coastal cities contributed between 1.3 million and 3.5 million tonnes of the waste, the study found.
China produces over a third of all plastic garbage that pollutes the world's waters. According to the report, mainland Chinese cities contribute up to 3.5 million tonnes of the 8 million tonnes of pollution that enters the sea each year.
China's unregulated plastic dumping has massive environmental and health consequences: it pollutes waterways, melts and burns the scraps, releasing toxic pollutants into the air, and leftover pieces unfit for recycling are dumped directly into rivers and seas, resulting in massive polluting "plastic islands" that float across the oceans.
The worst part about how China is primarily responsible for destroying the environment and our eco system is that no one is aware of it; in fact, the media and environmentalists never mention how China, not the West, is primarily responsible for the environmental destruction we're seeing on every level, from our atmosphere to our seas.
While everyone is preoccupied with what a Swedish youngster has to say about cow farts and the ban on plastic straws, China is killing our environment, our world, and no one seems to notice.