Some people think that developed countries have a higher responsibility to combat climate change than developing countries. Others believe that all countries should have the same responsibilities towards protecting the environment. Discuss both these views and give your own opinion.

In recent years, climate change climbs the political agenda of different western countries. Some people believe that developed countries should act to combat global warming, others consider that since climate change affects the whole
there is the need to have a global action. In one hand, developed countries used fossil fuels and other components since the
industrial revolution, and thanks to them reached the economic level and social security that enjoys now.
For example
, without carbons, there would not be the train rail that enhanced the transportation of goods and people, which
promote over another
international trade.
, there were not scientific proofs regarding the consequences of these actions. Developed countries are currently trying to reduce CO2 emissions and to tackle global warming.
, the effort, for now, seems
vain since
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vain, since
developing countries are
the act of pulling; applying force to move something toward or with you
the air a lot.
, joint action should be taken.
On the other hand
, some people believed that developing countries should not be accountable for climate change which was initiated by western countries. Indeed, they need to use fossil fuel and other chemical agents which are dangerous for the
, to develop them self and reach the same level of prosperity of the western civilizations. The BRICS sustains
argument, in fact,
for instance
, the spokesperson of China stated that western nations should have a significant impact in taking care of global warming and reversed it. In my opinion, we have a
, and it is our responsibility to take care of it. While developed countries used fossil fuels for reaching
level of development, developing countries cannot do the same, because nowadays the consequences for the
are known.
, it is essential to support them in finding different ways to develop.
Thus they
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Thus, they
will agree in globally tackling
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