Under the Dome (2015) explores the environmental differences that China is dealing with, in particular pollution. The pollution is mostly caused by coal and gas fumes. This causes a horrendous amount of health issues for individuals especially if they are exposed to this air from a young age, as this causes children to grow significantly slower and develop lung issues later in life.
While live screening this film, I felt extremely grateful for what I have. In Australia, we have had one major experience to relate to this issue and it was the bush fires. Others within my class also felt this same way, and we can reflect on this issue, and appreciate what we have.
Overtime, Asian countries have made changes to provide better air quality. Research shows that governments and authorities are already taking action, with new laws and stronger enforcement in recent years. These include
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