9 Dirty Dirty Prokopevsk

Dirty Dirty Prokopevsk

Posted on April 9, 2012 by team

Prokopevsk is a coal mining city where boiler houses work all year around. No wonder that snow is dark there. It’s scary to imagine what the citizens of the city breathe in…


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9 Responses to “Dirty Dirty Prokopevsk”

  1. Osip says:

    Shameful! The mine managers must be made accountable for criminal waste of the coal!

  2. Otis R. Needleman says:

    Whoa! I’m staying in California.

  3. Number says:

    Do they have there an open carbon date test on the genes or something?And then here and in a lot of other country’s,they have an law ,to prefent cabondioxide levels are to high poluting the air……….
    I do not know how people can be happy for one day,in a. area like that,or willing to multiply,to give such to their offspring.
    But i know,it’s cold their,and remote,i hope things are changed in a lot of parts of Russia the common years.

    U know what i think with the whole shit on earth,seeing such as this,why are other country’s so strict in preventing pollution in air and or ground,when i see this mess.

  4. Number says:

    And another,on the 1st picture,u see modern cars,but if u photoshop those away,u think it’s a picture out of 1890 orso……why not drive there on coalfired cars??
    like in those days……a very confrontating picture between past and now.
    For me,here in another part of the globe.

  5. mukmika says:

    60 years ago, the air in Manchester, England was like Prokopevsk. It’s much cleaner now, but not much industry left.

  6. (r)evolutionist says:

    Laissez-faire capitalism.

  7. Mercal says:

    So do people freeze and starve to death, why don’t Western country come provide housing and food for Russian people. A volcano puts out more pollution than ALL man-made coal/oil on the earth.

    I guess environmentalist want people to go extinct exempt for certain few deemed ‘fit’ in their eyes.


  8. robin yates says:

    it makes me laugh when I see Americans criticising other countries when their “fracking” is causing earthquakes, ground water pollution and flames from their faucets!

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