[environnement]c'est le temps de l'année : polution de l'air au Japon

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[environnement]c'est le temps de l'année : polution de l'air au Japon

Message par Neosilver le Mer 26 Fév 2014 - 21:34




Le printemps n'apporte pas que du beau temps.... c'est aussi le fameux temps de l'année ou la pollution de l'air de la chine débarque au Japon.

A chaque année cela reviens et parfois c'est de plus en plus pire.... Je vous en avais déjà parler l'année passé dans un autre sujet (dont j'arrive plus a m'en rappeler)

Cette fois ci j'en fais un bon résumer topo complet.....

Si vous pensez visité le Japon pendant la fin de l'hivers... début du printemps.. il faut prendre en considération ceci si vous ne le saviez pas.

les vent de l'est apporte avec eux toute la pollution de l'air de la chine qui on un grand problème dans ce domaine et indirectement les pauvres japonais doivent a chaque année essayé de ''dealer'' avec ceci.

Des alertes sont parfois lancer comme c'est dernier jour jusqu'a une contamination de l'air de 2.5 pm (90,4 microgramme par cube métrique) de particule dans l'air... ce qui est assez dangereux pour votre santé.

on incite la population a porter des masques et a garder les fenêtre fermer... a ne pas étendre votre linge dehors.

dans l'article ci-bas, vous pouvez voir des images de différente ville comme Osaka et Tokyo....

l'article est assez détailler sur le sujet... je vous conseil de le lire pour connaitre l'une des réalités du Japon.... ce n'est pas le genre de chose que l'on pouvais imaginer du pays.

Osaka issued its first pm2.5 warning today. But it wasn't the only place in Japan to do so.


Japan's neighbor China is covered with pollution. It's a serious problem, and the long standing fear in Japan has been that the dirty air, which is rife in concentration of 2.5-micrometer particles, will drift over.
There is real reason for concern: These super-fine particles can enter the lungs and even the blood stream. Worse, they can cause respiratory problems and cancer.
Warnings for the pm2.5 readings were made in prefectures across Japan, including Osaka Prefecture, Kagawa Prefecture, Fukui Prefecture, and Niigata Prefecture.
As you can see below, pollution is drifting over from China into South Korea as well.

As MBS News reports, this is the first time Osaka has issued a pm2.5 warning. Other prefectures, such as Niigata, Kagawa and Fukui, also issued their first warnings.





Today, while pm2.5 reached over 90.4 micrograms per cubic meter in certain areas of Osaka, it was not the first time pm2.5 level have been measured in the city. Last fall, pm2.5 was recorded in Osaka as well as in Fukuoka. The Japan Times reported then that these high readings were due to the pollution in China. In spring 2013, Tokyo saw pm2.5 sandstorms swept in from China.
As mentioned above, this is the first pm2.5 warning in Osaka.
"It's a serious issue that even in Japan, we are impacted by China's environmental issues," said one Osaka resident interviewed by MBS earlier today.
Below you can see images of the situation across Japan, including Tokyo:



Kyodo News notes that the recent wave of pollution hitting Japan comes as China is currently battling harsh air conditions.
Residents in Japan are being advised to wear a face mask when outside, keep their windows up, and not to hang laundry outside.
Voici ce que je vous avais mis comme article dans le passé pour ceux qui n'avais pas lu.
Spoiler:


This weekend, sand storms blew through Japan. Cities like Tokyo were covered in an unreal yellow haze.
Every year, yellow sand from the deserts of Mongolia and northern China blow over North and South Korea as well as Japan. The sand is called "kousa" (黄砂) in Japanese and "Asian Dust" in English. The winds also bring pollution, pesticides, and even viruses and bacteria.
Many Japanese snapped up air purifiers and donned masks to protect themselves. Artistic minded individuals did what they do best: drew anime characters of the storm.
This year, the storms were particularly bad. Oddly, the Japan Meteorological Agency denies that this was Asian Dust sweeping through Tokyo. Instead, it says this was simply "haze" (煙霧 or "enmu"). Some in Japan are assuming that the Japanese government is trying not to point fingers at China, especially in light of recent tensions between the two countries.
And as The Japan Times noted, there's increased concern that even more of China's rising pollution would be scattered across Japan.
Here are collected photos via 2ch and Twitter of the sands as they make their way through Tokyo and the rest of Japan.



Looks rather yellow for just haze! The storms have passed through much of Tokyo, taking the yellow dust with them, leaving clear skies and probably a whole bunch of other stuff.
Here are some personifications of the dust.






One Twitter user even noted that if you wield a pellet gun in the yellow haze, it kind of looks like a first-person shooter. It kind of does, because FPS games are always so brown.

Not sure if they're so polluted, though.


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