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June 12, 2012 
A man fishes next to signs stating that people should not throw rubbish and not fish, swim or skate on... 
Beijing, China 
A man fishes next to signs stating that people should not throw rubbish and not fish, swim or skate on... 
A man fishes next to signs stating that people should not throw rubbish and not fish, swim or skate on a polluted canal in central Beijing June 12, 2012. China is now the world's second largest economy, but hundreds of millions of its people still rely on fouled water that will cost billions of dollars to clean. Growing cities, overuse of fertilizers, and factories that heedlessly dump wastewater have degraded China's water supplies to the extent that half the nation's rivers and lakes are severely polluted. REUTERS/David Gray (CHINA - Tags: SOCIETY ENVIRONMENT) aight 
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