Nature has nurtured rivers, and rivers have nurtured cities. Since ancient times, the rise of the city has been closely linked to the prosperity of the river and the reproduction of the river. Many times, a river is a symbol of a city, a soul of a city, and a mother of a city.
For thousands of years, although historical changes and characters have changed, cities and rivers can generally live in harmony. However, with the development of society, rivers are seriously polluted, causing floods in rivers and other phenomena, and the city is affected.
In fact, people are the biggest source of pollution in rivers. Most of the tap water consumed by urban residents comes from rivers, but many citizens do not care. Therefore, only by improving the quality of the citizens, people and rivers truly interdependent and respect each other, and finally the city and the river can coexist harmoniously and live together.