Notice how low L.A. is. They’ve really turned it around. A combination of exhaust gas recirculation and catalytic converters.
Looks to me like Big Al should go over and bother his buddies in Iran with his nonsense.
“Dust” is being redefined as “pollution.”
My son has to do business in Beijing from time to time, and he says the pollution is absolutely horrible. I’m really surprised that it’s worse in all those Muslim countries. I wouldn’t have thought they were that industrialized.
I looked up Ahwaz, Iran on Google Maps. It a city in a desert, not unlike Las Vegas, except the desert goes on much farther. Of course it is going to have an uncontrollable dust problem. The only things they could possibly do bring down the levels of dust are to encase the city in a large sci-fi dome like Logan’s Run, or move the city.
Where are the Texas cities? According to the moonbats, Texas is polluting the world.
So our worst city is equal to Paris.
When I was a kid we traveled through Pittsburg in the mid 50’s, couldn’t see very far. Then in 61 we went to New York to put my older sister on a steamship for a European trip and it was pretty much just a constant haze.
Albore flew where on his private jet and rode in his stretch limos to say this?
The only reason Hilo, HI is even ON that list is because of the ACTIVE Volcano just down the road. Sometimes you can smell it, but it’s Mother Nature, NOT human-Caused.
It will snow in the punch bowl, and within hours, all of the snow capped mountains are browned. It is pretty nasty.
No kidding, you have to wash your clothes twice and rinse extra when you get back to the states to get the smell out.
The countryside is gorgeous, but the capitol is everything you'd expect in a glorious utopian paradise.
Watch out, Jim.
algore’s coming for ya.
Notice that all the EU cities are in former Soviet Bloc countries. That’s the dirty little secret that leftists want hidden. For all the talk of the damage that capitalists do to the environment, the damage is multiplied when a government controls the production.
Horton doesn’t really give a “WHO”.
How did Tokyo get off the list? At one time the air was so bad that people used to weear face masks and there were oxygen dispensers on the streets [similar to parking meters] where you deposited so many yen for several minutes’ worth of raw oxygen.
Lots of sandy places on that list. And not much water to wet down the dirt.
In winter there are thousands of wood stoves caused by the outrageous price of other sources of energy.
In summer, we are usually surrounded by tens of thousands of square miles of uncontrolled forest fires. I have asthma and sometimes it hurts to breathe. It feels like someone is standing on my chest. I am not bothered in winter...