China poses serious ecological threat to Russia

Another [/font]environmental disaster has been reported in China, a second case of river pollution over the last month. A large amount of metallic cadmium was spilled into the Beijiang River in the southern province of Guangdong. The concentration of this highly poisonous chemical is 10 times higher above the norm. State of emergency has been already declared in three large cities. In the meantime, the toxic spill caused by the explosion at a Chinese petrochemical plant in November has crossed the China-Russia border. The [/font]benzene slick was expected to reach the city of Khabarovsk on Thursday this week.

english.pravda.ru/world/20/91/366/16672_China.html
redorbit.com/news/science/339608/new_slick_afloat_on_china_river__this_time_around/index.html?source=r_science
Found this one while surfing pravda for fun
That Kyoto treaty(? nghị định thư bằng Tiếng Việt;) ) doesn’t seem to deal with this.

[quote=abcdefg]That Kyoto treaty(? nghị định thư bằng Tiếng Việt;) ) doesn’t seem to deal with this.
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It would not matter. Communist contries are notorious for not living up to and actually breaking treaties. They only follow them when it is to their advantage. :frowning:

PF

[quote=WanderAimlessly]It would not matter. Communist contries are notorious for not living up to and actually breaking treaties. They only follow them when it is to their advantage. :frowning:

PF
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You mean like the Geneva Convention and the Protocols against Torture that the US is so keen on dodging out of its obligations under?

[quote=Matt25]You mean like the Geneva Convention and the Protocols against Torture that the US is so keen on dodging out of its obligations under?
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name a country with its own police/prison and has no torture in prison.
I’ll not going to comment on torture in this thread any further since it’s obviously belong to an attempt to hijack the thread

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