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PostSubject: Top 10 most polluted cities in the world   Fri Feb 18, 2011 10:56 am

Pollution is a big problem in many
cities around the world. It has been a serious threat to
environmentalist in all developed countries. Efforts are being made to
overcome the growing pollution in the world but for some cities it’s too
much, and those are the ones where it hits the hardest. So if you’re a
neat freak avoid these ten cities.
1. Baghdad – Iraq



Baghdad is the most troubled and
vulnerable city of the world due to ongoing war. Frequent bomb blasts
and destruction have risen the level of pollution in the city. Also
because of poor water quality there have appeared many water-borne
diseases in the city.
2. Brunei – Darussalam


3. Dhaka – Bangladesh



Dhaka is the capital city of Bangladesh
located in southern Asia, between Burma and India. The capital is
battling with the constant threats of water pollution. Surface water is
often thick with disease and pollutants from the use of commercial
pesticides.
4. Karachi – Pakistan



Karachi is the metropolitan city and
business hub of Pakistan: On one side the image of Karachi is being
projected as major and industrial city of Pakistan but on the other hand
pollution-related diseases in Karachi are on the rise due to
intolerable levels of air and noise pollution in the city. Some 35
percent of people in one way or another are affected by these ailments
including cardiac, lung, ENT, skin, eye and psychological diseases.
5. Lagos – Nigeria



Lagos is the commercial capital and
largest city in Nigeria. The hovering smoke over the city blurs the
skyline of the central business area of Nigeria’s commercial capital.
The city of 12 million residents and one of the biggest cities in Africa
is facing a huge air pollution problem.
6. Mexico City – Mexico



Mexico City the capital of Mexico has
gone from among the worlds cleanest to among the dirtiest in the span of
a generation. The average visibility of some 100 km in 1940s is down to
about 1.5 km. Snow-capped volcanoes that were once parts of the
landscape are now visible only rarely and levels of almost any pollutant
like nitrogen dioxide (NO2) is regularly breaking international
standards by two to three times. Levels of ozone a pollutant that
protects us from solar radiation in the upper atmosphere but is
dangerous to breathe, is twice as high here as the maximum allowed
limit.
7. Moscow- Russia



Despite claims that Moscow is the most
important and capital city of Russia and where people pay an average
$3,000 a month for a three bedroom apartment does not even have clean
running water, Moscow also has a huge level of air pollution which is
resulting in daily strain on lung health. Cholera is on the rise in some
of parts of Moscow due to filthy areas where there is no adequate
arrangement to dispose of garbage.
8. Maputo – Mozambique



Maputo is the capital and the largest
city of Mozambique located on the bank of Indian Ocean. It is suffering
from lack of sanitation processes – specifically the lack of a solid
waste removal system as well as sewage treatment has created
difficulties for people over there. Huge garbage dumps and piles of
garbage seem scattered in the streets, and the sewage in the river can
be seen.
9. Mumbai – India



Mumbai is one of the most populated
cities of the world so you can see piles of garbage in various streets
of the city. It is also considered to be one of the busiest and crowded
cities of the world. There are places in the city where you would
perhaps not want to go due to stink that comes from filthy garbage
scattered over there. The pollution in these areas is massive and is
spoiling the beauty of the city on daily basis.
10. New Delhi – India



Garbage and sewage is creating water-borne diseases contributing to extremely high rates of infant morbidity in New Delhi.




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