This is undeniably an area of heated debate. Developing countries at times feel that their industrialization is being hindered through imposed emissions, social responsibility, and various other environmental standards which industrialized nations didn’t have to abide by previously.
From a personal perspective, I believe that developing nations are in a place to best benefit, as it is easier to initially build infrastructure as opposed to reworking existing infrastructure – These are incentives that should be made apparent and worked with as opposed to instilling sanctions.
As far as emissions goals, I believe large industrialized nations should be held to the highest priority – as they produce the larger portion of green house gas among other emissions, by reaching percentage goals – they can cut net atmospheric emissions heavily.
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