Some people think that environmental problems should be solved on a global scale while others believe it is better to deal with them nationally. Discuss both sides and give your opinion.

The debate on how to tackle environmental problems is raging in the recent times, due to the upcoming Paris summit of world leaders. Scientists, politicians and common citizens are voicing their opinions regarding
, which fit in a wide spectrum.
, there is one area which is taking
an area that is approximately central within some larger region
stage given the political
a visual attribute of things that results from the light they emit or transmit or reflect
of the Paris meetings. It is, whether to tackle the issue nationally or globally. On the one hand, proponents of the global solution theory believe that, given the nature of the problem, which transcends the national boundaries, handling it should be done at
global level
a global level
the global level
and working in silos would not solve it holistically. They quote the recurring smog problem of the Indian
capital Delhi
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capital, Delhi
, saying that it could not be solved by the Indian state alone as the smoke emanates from the burning stubble on the Pakistani space as well.
On the other hand
, evangelists of dealing at national level theory argue that not all problems are truly global, like cleaning of the river Ganga, which needs little consultation with other countries. I is
opined that delays due to making agreements with others will
damage our ecosystems. It is believed that hardly any
materialized, and
working locally to conserve ecology would yield better results. As a reference they quote on how river Brahmaputra is being cleaned by India despite pollution from the Chinese side. But in my opinion the answer lies somewhere in the middle. To conclude, I opine that the countries should work individually
to identify their issues and possible solutions. The lack of interference makes it easy for nations to implement policies quicker.
in addition
, they must identify the points which need collaboration and take it to international forums to cleanse the pollution from our atmosphere and save
a life
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Topic Vocabulary:
  • international cooperation
  • sovereign rights
  • Paris Agreement
  • climate change
  • ocean pollution
  • collective measures
  • economic interests
  • political will
  • enforcement issues
  • free-riders
  • tailor-made solutions
  • transboundary pollution
  • resource constraints
  • global frameworks
  • national efforts
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