According to an environmental study, air pollution has made Beijing the most uninhabitable city for the humans; furthermore the severity of air pollution can be understood by the researched, published by the Shanghai Academy of Social Sciences that has listed Beijing the second worst city among 40 big cities worldwide in respect of living environment (Reilly,2014).The rapid and irrepressible growth of urbanization and industrialization in China has led to more and more problems of air pollution. This has given a great impact on the health and sustainable growth of the people. Beijing is one of the regions of China that has been experiencing the tremendous increase in pollution. This Chinese capital has been suffering from a serious problem of air pollution due to the concurrent increase of primary air pollutants. This has resulted in the degradation of the air quality of the Beijing. With time the city has been experiencing the worst stage of air pollution.
The increase in various forms of pollution in China, has led to widespread pollution and environmental issues. Water and air are the two main factors of causing pollution in Beijing, which are the oblivious reason of environmental and health risks. This report will focus on the air pollution and managing the risks generated by air pollution in Beijing. The level of pollution has crossed the hazardous level as informed by the World Health Organization (Chris Parsons, 2013). The dense smog can be seen hanging over the city of Beijing. Chinese media have said that “although some of the smog can be attributed to wintry weather conditions; the human contribution is one of the biggest reasons” (Parsons, 2013).