Global Environment Report Card Sees Dirty Air, Failing Fisheries

U.S. Still Lags Many Developed Nations in Protective Actions

by |January 23, 2018

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Alexa Bartell from iWater Purification
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Air quality is one of those things you take for granted until you travel somewhere with really bad pollution. I’ve experience first hand some terrible air quality in parts of Asia and am really glad we take measures to protect the air here at home.

Kit
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USA placed 27th!! Hope it will improve more.

Knowles Training Institute
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Great research. China and India, both with fast-growing economies, rank 120th and 177th respectively. This reflects the strains that population pressures and rapid economic growth impose on the environment, said the researchers.

Ritu from Mehndi Design
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Great research. Air pollution can be checked only through the joint efforts of the government, non‑government organizations & the general public.

AAdhar
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Great Article. Air pollution is the biggest threat to the world. Every nation should step forward and take necessary steps for their future generations. Colleges also Make this Environmental studies as a mandatory subject to every engineering stream in this way we can somehow bring awareness to the people. Undeveloped countries position is very critical now.
thanks for the great research.

Apurva
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Apurva

India….177th….I wish every Indian sees this comment………this pollution and other threats make me cry at night…plz people …..this is not only for 1 man or country….plz we all have to act….

Joseph Walker
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I definitely see how Switzerland made the top of the list. It has to be the cleanest country on earth.

weedman
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It makes sense, even developed countries also need to take necessary measures to prevent air pollution.

Hadi from Bottom Stack
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Air quality is definitely one of the things that i used to take for granted until i traveled to places with really bad pollution.

Karen Miller (WaterFiltersHQ.com)
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Clean air and water are valuable assets we all should try to protect. Cleaning up is always more expensive than keeping it clean in the first place.

Polluted air and water puts people at risk – and increases the cost for health care.

Developing countries may not have the means yet to put their environment first, but developed countries do. All it needs is the political will.

کارتن
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I definitely see how Switzerland made the top of the list. It has to be the cleanest country on earth.

Joe At The Joe Economy
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Switzerland put the policies in place to ensure citizens have pure water. In my opinion, it all starts with policies at the top government level. If policies are not in place, then adoption of measures to ensure sanitation will fail.