Surprisingly, no, China does not produce as much pollution as the United States in most categories. Here’s a breakdown of the highest polluting countries:
CO2 Emissions (per capita) (most recent) by country #1 Qatar: 40.6735 per 1,000 people #2 United Arab Emirates: 28.213 per 1,000 people #3 Kuwait: 25.0499 per 1,000 people #4 Bahrain: 20.0253 per 1,000 people #5 United States: 19.4839 per 1,000 people
Waste generation (most recent) by country #1 Denmark: 560 kgs per person per year #2 Netherlands: 530 kgs per person per year #3 United Kingdom: 480 kgs per person per year #4 United States: 460 kgs per person per year #5 Belgium: 450 kgs per person per year
Pollution > Carbon dioxide 1999 (most recent) by country #1 United States: 1,499,850 #2 Russia: 392,287 #3 Japan: 315,274 #4 India: 293,938 #5 Germany: 216,213
Pollution > Nuclear waste (most recent) by country #1 United States: 2,100 #2 Canada: 1,340 #3 France: 1,130 #4 Japan: 964 #5 United Kingdom:
China, as a country, most definitely does generate more carbon dioxide emissions than any other nation on your list. Per capita is very different from total emissions, which it would seem the question refers to. See the charts here: http://rainforests.mongabay.com/09-carbon_emissions.htm
Other answers from 2 weeks ago at the link.
I think it’s important to keep in mind that much of the pollution China produces is from factories making things for the US.
i think its answer is YES. cuz china produces more pollution (it can be air as well as water pollution) by its factories . it makes things 4 almost every continent.
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