What Humans Are Really Doing to Our Planet, in 18 Jaw-Dropping Images
The Electronic waste is shipped from every corner of the world and is collected in Accra, Ghana. Here it is broken into parts by the locals.
#17 Mexico City
From this picture you can see the most populated city, that is the Mexico City of the Western Hemisphere.
#16 New Delhi
The population of the surrounding areas of New Delhi, India is 25 million. Most of its landfills are reaching their breaking point.
#15 Los Angeles
Once Los Angeles, California was famous for having more cars than the number of people. But now the situation has completely changed.
#14 Kern River Oil Field
This is the picture of Kern River oil field, situated in California, USA. It is totally drained now.
#13 Willamette National Forest
This picture shows the Willamette National Forest, Oregon that was leveled for reservoir development.
#12 Coal Power Plant
The tall center structure in this picture is the stack of the Coal power plant, United Kingdom. And all the other structures emitting heavy smoke are its cooling towers.
#11 North East Land, Svalbard
Due to the rise in the global temperatures, the North East Land, Svalbard in Norway have started melting.
#10 Largest Diamond Mine
This is the world's largest diamond mine that is situated in Russia. It is dug out to the deepest level.
#9 Amazon Jungle
The Amazon jungle in Brazil is burnt to make grasslands for grazing cattle. This is how the global warming is caused.
This is the picture of the vast Tar sands and open pit mines in Alberta, Canada.
It is Tires dumping yard located in Nevada.
#6 Vancouver Island
This picture shows the Vancouver Island situated in Canada.
This is the Industrial agriculture situated in Almeria, Spain that stretches for miles.
#4 Tar sands
This is the vast Tar sands situated in Alberta, Canada.
#3 Yellow River
Due to the foul smell coming from the Yellow River in China, this man is bound to turns away his face.
Bangladesh, which is famous as the world's clothing and goods manufacturers looks liKe a dumping yard.
#1 Remote Bay In Java
This is how the remote bay in Java, Indonesia looks, as its local residents discard the waste directly into rivers and streams.
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