why is it hard to control grenhouse gas rates on a global scale?

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    The amount of greenhouse gases emitted on a global scale is hard to control because every country has their own environmental laws and regulations. Unless all countries sign on to a binding agreement such as the Kyoto Protocol, greenhouse gas emissions will largely remain subject to the whims of all individual countries who are not signed on to that piece of legislation. The Protocol itself is not very effective due to the fact that only 37 countries have signed on and agreed to its binding target emissions.

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