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Should we care about pollution in other parts of the world? If yes, what can we do to limit it?

Much of the world's electronic waste ends up in Guiyu, China, where old parts are recycled but chemicals like mercury leak into the water. Do you care? If yes, what do you do about it?

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    Jun 26 2013: Should we care? is that even a question? of course we should! we have to! Just because its in another part of the world does not mean it won't effect you...

    But why they pollute is a whole other issue, but addressing the questions "should we care", we must, not only for sustaining the only earth we have, but also not destroying it for future generations.

    PS; all life supporting systems are currently in decline, by 2055 if we continue consuming the way we do, all nations of the world will be in crisis, and a state of necessity will cover all organisms on earth (yes, including humans). PLZ...lets not let this happen.
    Look into and watch "The Zeitgeist Movement" and their movies, as well, look into the "Venus Project" for more information on how poverty, pollution, corruption, and inefficiency (like cell phones) - can be completely eradicated in a GLOBAL RESOURCE-BASED ECONOMY.

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