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"And my guess is that our environment is much more toxic that theirs is."

I think it's all relative.  The lack of controls in most nations of sub Sahara Africa is close to zero.  Add to that, that the World Health Organization - after 30 years of banning DDT, reintroduced it to Africa to  fight malaria.  

From Wiki:

"Malaria afflicts between 300 million and 500 million people every year. The World Health Organization estimates that around 1 million people die of malaria and malaria-related illness every year, with about 90% of these deaths occur in Africa, mostly to children under the age of 5."

I was sprayed multiple times from the air via U. S. DC3/C47 while in Korea - and am sure that aerial delivery is one of many methods they use in Africa today over a broad expanse.  In Korea large cities were sprayed without consideration for the human population - by the U. S. government.   I see pictures on the Internet of well protected humans spraying individual dwellings in Africa, though am sure that they use other means for agriculture - and it is used in agriculture along with other toxic chemicals that are banned in the west.  

Mercury is another toxin that millions of people in South America, Asia, and Africa are exposed to as they work small and unsafe gold mines.

(from http://www.unido.org/doc/4571)

"Since the modern "gold rush" in developing countries began in the 1980s, millions of people have become artisanal miners, despite the risks of working in small tunnels or on steep hills and being exposed to mercury spilling mills, toxic vapours and explosives. The worldwide demand for gold is presently high, 44 percent above the total annual production of the world's gold mines. Unemployment and landlessness have driven people into small-scale gold mining. In Latin America, over a million people are directly involved in small-scale gold mining operations. If Africa and Asia are also considered, there could be as many as six million artisanal miners worldwide, among them many women."

 Other toxic chemicals are used in the mining of gold besides mercury.

(from http://www.afrol.com/News2001/tan005_env_goldmine.htm)

"Misanet.com / IPS, 8 May - Tanzania is fast becoming one of Africa's leading gold producers - to the anxiety of villagers who say pollution from the mines is killing people, livestock, and wildlife. Toxic chemicals used to extract gold had leaked into their drinking water."

My point is - that third world countries with little control of corporations who have made deals with the governments are just as toxic as Western countries and probably even more so.

I feel very fortunate to have lived in a Third World country at the time I did.  I learned a lot from it.  At that time, Korea hadn't changed appreciably in over 2,000 years and I know that there are many people in the Third World who are living on resources just as scarce and even more primitive than what I saw and conditions just a toxic (raw sewage in every day use) as it was then, but with multi-national corporations polluting their world around them.

The human race is not treating the planet kindly.

 

 

 
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