If America passes a progressive climate bill through congress, it theoretically should lead to a dominoe effect of other countries passing similar bills because the U.S. is generally seen as a global trendsetter.
Other countries see U.S. emissions numbers and are reluctant to do anything to change their emissions (Mexico being an extreme case of one of two G20 countries to not agree to carbon emissions at Copenhagen, the other being Russia). Why should they reduce emissions at the cost of economic prominence if the U.S. wont? Well, if the U.S. passes their bill, then Mexico might change its position regaurding environmental policy.
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