Transboundary Pollution from China and Its Impact on South Korea: A Road to Health and Environmental Degradation

Abstract: South Korea is confronted with occasional natural debacles as pollution blowing from China. During winter, the source is generally unreasonable burning of coal utilized in China for heating purposes. In the spring, yellow residue from the deserts of northern China and Mongolia are blown across Northeast Asia, carrying soot and cancer-causing agents from China-based…Read More

Achieving SDG Goal 3: Lesson Learned and Way Forward

Abstract Sustainable development goals (SDG), initiated in 2015, targets17 challenges through which a country can measure its progress. This agenda has set quantitative and time-bound targets within 2030 irrespective of a country’s capability and starting baseline. Among these, there is one goal concerned with health for all which is sustainable development goal number 3. SDG…Read More