Environmental Conditions in India and Pakistan: A Comparative Analysis


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Environmental Conditions in India and Pakistan: A Comparative Analysis
Comparing and contrasting environmental conditions in the two South Asian countries of India and Pakistan indicates that air and water pollution are serious problems in both countries. Urban areas are particularly affected by water pollution, for sewer systems are poorly designed, there are not enough waste treatment plants in the industrial sectors, and pollution control laws and regulations are inadequate in terms of scope and effectiveness or are not being enforced by government agencies.
Rural environmental problems caused by air and water pollution are serious in both countries as well, and include toxic poisons in the soil and river systems, declining...
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