The most powerful industrial park in the world is not a building in the United States.
Instead, it’s a massive complex of industrial parks and factories in China.
The $4 trillion Shanghai Industrial Park is the largest of its kind in the country, with more than 7,000 structures.
The complex includes more than 3,500 factories and more than 1,600 plants.
While the sprawling complex is a magnet for a growing number of companies seeking to get into the Chinese market, it also creates a lot of environmental issues.
Here’s a look at some of the most pressing issues.
In the 1960s, a Chinese Communist Party official named Wang Qing had a vision for a new industrial park that would be the most powerful in the West.
The park would be “the most important city in the Western world.”
The Shanghai Industrial Area is China’s largest industrial park, with the second-largest factory cluster in the globe, according to a 2013 World Bank report.
The area has become known for its steel mills, which have been linked to air pollution and contaminated water, and for dumping toxic waste and toxic chemicals in the river.
The park was created by Deng Xiaoping, the country’s first leader and a key architect of China’s economic reform, as part of China National Petroleum Corporation’s (CNPC) expansion to dominate the country.
In his vision, Wang laid out a vision of a vast industrial park with a mix of skyscrapers and apartment blocks.
He envisioned a complex with skyscraping towers and a mixture of apartment buildings and shopping centers.
The land was intended to be shared, and the area would be used as a place to work, and as a playground for children.
“This was a very big idea,” said John Pritchard, who led the National Development and Reform Commission in the late 1980s and early 1990s.
“It was a big dream, and it came true.”
The park opened in 2000 and was initially used for a variety of purposes, including training workers and to support manufacturing.
By the mid-2000s, however, the park had become a dumping ground for toxic waste, contaminated water and toxic chemical emissions.
The pollution prompted the Chinese government to take several steps to address the issue.
For years, the National Health and Family Planning Commission (NHFPC) monitored the air quality in the area.
During the 1990s, the government also launched a pilot program that allowed residents to breathe in the air, but in 2012, the NHFPC announced it was suspending that program.
“The Chinese government is trying to clean up the park by putting more people into the park,” said Andrew C. Brown, a professor of environmental studies at the University of Wisconsin, Madison.
“That has caused a lot more problems than the pollution issue.”
Brown noted that in 2015, China’s pollution levels were worse than those in the U.S. and Canada.
“If China had not created this massive industrial park so quickly, they wouldn’t have had this kind of pollution problem,” Brown said.
“So the pollution has really been a big problem.”
In recent years, China has built a series of pollution control facilities to deal with the pollution.
In 2016, Beijing launched the Clean Air and Water Partnership, a nationwide network of pollution monitoring stations, treatment plants and other facilities to fight pollution and reduce emissions.
But environmental advocates say China has also made some big mistakes, including a failure to properly manage the area’s pollution.
According to a report published in March 2017, the Chinese Ministry of Environmental Protection (MEPP) did not thoroughly examine the pollution problems at the park.
According to the report, there were “significant discrepancies” between what was being done and what was actually happening.
MEPPs report to Beijing.
Some of the major environmental concerns surrounding the park have come from the pollution itself.
According the report: The park contains a large amount of toxic materials, including asbestos, arsenic, lead, mercury, arsenic-containing compounds and coal dust, and heavy metals like arsenic, mercury and arsenic, cadmium, cadmatite, copper, cadmotite, iron, iron ore, lead and mercury.
The concentration of pollutants in the water in the park is very high, and this has resulted in a lot health problems, including cancer, neurological disorders, and birth defects.
The pollution has also contributed to a range of other health issues, including: Pesticides have been used in a variety at the parks sites to control insects, which are a problem in China and around the world.
There is also an elevated risk of tuberculosis in the Chinese population, particularly among the elderly.
China is also known for having a poor environmental record.
According a 2016 report by the American Center for Public Interest Law, China ranked near the bottom of the environmental groups of the world for quality of life and environmental protection.
In 2017, China reported the highest number of air quality violations of any country