An Indian villager glances as plastic and other undissolvable wastes float over the polluted Vrishabhavathi River in the village of Kundanahalli of Ramnagaram District some 48 kms south of Bangalore on December 11, 2009. India like other emerging world economies is under pressure to make a gesture during the ongoing Copenhagen climate summit. India's per capita greenhouse gas emissions are expected to nearly triple in the next two decades from about 1.2 tonnes per person per year to 2.1 tonnes in 2020 and 3.5 tonnes in 2030, according to a recent government-backed report, which is still below the global average of 4.2 tonnes per person. But India's massive 1.1-billion population puts the country among the world's leading greenhouse gas emitters.    AFP PHOTO/Dibyangshu SARKAR (Photo by DIBYANGSHU SARKAR / AFP)
A villager in looks over a heavily polluted river in a village 50 kms south of Bangalore, India. Developing countries were among the worst affected by antibiotics in water - largely due to frequent spShow more

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