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綠色和平的水污染工作

還了中國一個水心願

中國經濟快速增長,同時亦加劇工業有毒有害污染物排放引起的水污染,嚴重威脅中國民眾的飲用水安全。

2009年,有賴捐款者的支持,綠色和平透過發表調查報告及舉辦公眾活動,令公眾開始關注日趨嚴重的中國水污染問題,並得到傳媒廣泛報道。

2010年,我們更需要得到你的捐助,實現每個中國人飲用安全食水的希望,與我們一同捍衛中國的水資源,將有毒有害物質排除於工業的製造過程之外。

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大事記:水污染

2010年2月 自2009年於廣州發佈《解“毒”珠江》調查報告後,引起政府關注。報告中揭發涉嫌向珠江排放有毒有害物質,建滔化工集團旗下的科惠白井(佛崗)電路板有限公司與深圳榮豐電路板有限公司,以及清遠冠龍紡織有限公司,廣東省環保廳將會重點掛牌督辦。

《解毒珠江》調查報告

2009年10月 於北京發佈《沉默的大多數》調查報告,分析一些最大的在華跨國公司和中國企業從2008年5月到2009年5月一年間執行環保部《環境信息公開辦法(試行)》走得有多遠。報告指出包括蜆殼、雀巢和中國石化等大型企業,都沒有按照要求在規定時限內公佈超標排放的環境信息。報告獲得內地傳媒廣泛報導。

於廣州發佈《解“毒”珠江》調查報告。報告指出珠江三角洲在近十幾年快速城市化,成為「世界工廠」,令國民生產總值(GDP)增加10%以上,但同時也付出巨大的環境代價,尤其是工業排放有毒有害污染物,嚴重影響整個區域人們的生活。

調查結果顯示,被調查的5家工廠均排放危險化學物質,包括錳、銅在內的重金屬,及各種嚴重影響人體健康、殺精的有機化學物質,這些有毒有害物質都嚴重超標。

綠色和平要求這些企業立即停止污染,同時呼籲政府將更多有毒有害物質納入監管,並最終消除有毒有害物質的排放,達到清潔生產。

《沉默的大多數》調查報告

2009年5月 於北京發表《廣東省工業產業轉移和工業廢水管理現狀與問題》報告,率先披露廣東省內不少產業轉移園的分佈散亂無序,欠缺有效規劃及管理,而且環保措施未能貫切執行,讓未擁有清潔生產運作的工廠遷移到廣東省東西兩翼靠近水源的地方及環境脆弱的山區,工業水污染極可能隨著產業轉移而擴散到更上游的地方,嚴重威脅全廣東省包括香港的飲用水安全。

《廣東省工業產業轉移和工業廢水管理現狀與問題》報告
水污染公眾活動

2009年10月 中國工業水污染研討會 暨 平面設計展圖片

與香港設計聯會合作,在石硤尾賽馬會創意藝術中心展示超過十幅的平面設計及互動裝置,揭露中國工業水污染的嚴重。開幕當日設有研討會及工作坊,讓參與者能切身投入,了解中國工業水污染問題。

推出「排污36計」網上專題,列數工廠非法向江河排放污染污水的各種伎倆,要求信息公開,遏制污染排放。

2009年9月 於香港舉辦「中國.水.污染」T恤設計比賽,帶動一班關心這個問題的設計師,讓中國水污染問題「視覺化」,運用設計,為中國水污染帶來改變!

「中國.水.污染」T恤設計比賽圖片

2009年3月22日「世界水日」

綠色和平義工將許多水污染地貼放到北京的大街小巷。地貼看起來像一灘污水,水中倒映著一個受到污染之害的孩子的臉。水貼上還傳達了這樣的信息:「四個中國人中就有一個在飲用不安全的水」,被北京成千上萬的人見證。

今年,你的捐助將會為中國水污染危機帶來改變。請即支持我們,繼續進行更多工作,徹底消除有毒有害物質的排放,達成清潔生產的希望。

Filling China's Cup with Hope?

China's economy has grown at a great pace, but at the same time, rapid industrialization has led to increased water pollution, dangerously threatening the safety of the Chinese peoples' drinking water

In 2009, with the support of generous donors, Greenpeace announced the release of its investigative report on the state of water pollution in China, and organized a variety of public activities to inform the Chinese population of the growing dangers of water population problems. These activities caught the attention of local media and newspapers.

In 2010, we need your support even more to fulfill every Chinese's wish for clean drinking water. Together, we can protect China's precious water resources, and eliminate toxic pollutants that part of industrial processing.


Water Pollution

February, 2010 In 2009, Greenpeace released its "Poisoning the Pearl" report in Guangzhou, which aroused strong government attention. The report revealed that Kingboard Chemical Holding companies Techwise Circuits Pte Ltd and Shenzhen Wing Fung PCB Company Ltd were suspected of dumping toxic materials into the Pearl River. The Guangdong Provincial Environmental Protection Bureau has hereafter increased environmental oversight and supervision over three companies mentioned in our report.



September 2009 Greenpeace released the report "The Silent Giants", which analyzed how well several international and local companies performed in adhering to local government regulations for environmental information disclosure. The report uncovered that several large companies, such as Shell, Nestle and China Petroleum, did not disclose their environmental performance information by the dates required by regulators. This report received caught widespread attention of the local media.

And in "Poisoning the Pearl" report, which revealed the Pearl River Delta area had rapidly industrialized to become the "world's factory", lifting China's GDP growth to above 10% per annum. However, this growth had also exacted a heavy price on the environment, especially in the area of industrial wastes and discharge, which had dangerous threatened the lives of the local communities.

The investigation revealed that five factories had been found releasing dangerous chemicals, such as heavy metals such as copper and manganese, into the environment. These hazardous chemicals were highly toxic and dangerous to all living organisms.

Greenpeace implored these companies to immediately stop polluting the environment with these hazardous chemicals, and at the same time recommended that the government increase its supervision and regulation of these toxic pollutants, towards ultimately eliminating all hazardous chemicals into the environment.

May, 2009 Greenpeace released a report titled "Guangdong's industrial Relocation and Industrial Wastewater Managament Problem", which took the lead in highlighting that many industrial relocations lacked regulatory oversight and supervision and concrete environmental protection measures. As a result, several heavy polluting industries had moved to locations close to Guangdong's water resources and environmentally fragile nature reserves, and could potentially pollute waters affecting upstream areas, and dangerously threatening the safety of Guangdong's and Hong Kong's drinking water.

Public activities

October 2009

Greenpeace in collaboration with the Hong Kong Design Community organized a seminar and graphic show at JCACC, displaying more than ten graphics and an installation, to reveal the depth and severity of China's water pollution problems brought about by industrialization. On the opening day of the show, there were lectures and workshops that allowed participants to take part and to fully understand China's environmental issues.

Greenpeace launched a special "36 tricks" website which listed factories that had used illicit means and tricks to illegally dump hazardous wastewater into China's rivers, and called for more public information disclosure about the environmental impacts of these activities, and the end to such toxic waste dumping.

September 2009 Greenpeace organized a "China, Water, Pollution" t-shirt design competition, bringing together designers concerned about these environmental problems, and used the influence of design to spread awareness of water pollution in China.

World Water Day, March 22nd 2009

Greenpeace volunteers have pasted many stickers around the streets of Beijing to spread public awareness of water pollution. The stickers showsa picture of a young child affected by water pollution reflected on a pool of polluted water. The poster also conveys information that one out of four people in China use unsafe water, and this has caught the attention of thousands of people in Beijing.

This year, your donation will help to end China's water pollution crisis. Please support us continue even more work, to completely eradicate the dumping of hazardous waste, towards achieving true clean development for China.