some previous answers in the link. It depends on what type of pollution, but the short answer is generally China in total, and the US per capita. Some small population nations have higher per capita rates for some categories.
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A similar question like this has already been answered by me (see rigibson’s link in his citations), here was the answer:
“Yes, pollution is produced in China more than any other country in the world. In 2007, the European Union stated that China’s air pollution only left room for 1% of its population to breathe properly. The water pollution only leaves enough safe drinking water for half a billion people. 90% of groundwater and 75% of rivers and lakes are polluted, and the water is not even clean enough to water plants.
China’s pollution problem is very serious, as you can see. Much more worse than the United States, and the rest of the world for that matter.”
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