What a great question! Many environmental scientists, economists and world leaders believe it is possible to enforce an international sustainability or climate change policy if it is administered by an entity such as the United Nations. The fault with this idea is the ability for the policy to be fair to both developed and developing countries, as seen by past problems with Kyoto and Copenhagen. Both sets of nations expect different things of each other, and both want to dictate the environmental/climate change policies of the other. In order for an international sustainability policy to be implemented and enforced effectively, nations must first work on their own national sustainability policies as an international one cannot be created if nothing is being enforced at home.
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