Nowadays, climate change has become a global issue. Many carbon dioxide emissions from cars and factories, problems from misapplication of resources and nuclear warfare and experiments may lead to global warming. Globally, extreme weather variety is predicted to become more common which have influenced ecological balance, that animals, plants and crops are all expected to be badly affected which makes them unfit for an extreme climate. In this sense, the term, managing the problem of climate change can be defined as controlling weather variation like global warming. The term, not the responsibility of developed nations only means that climate change is a common task for mankind, developing countries also have the responsibility to manage climate change. Therefore, unless more developing countries are participating in taking methods to preserve the environment, successful results will not be achieved. Controlling the issue of climate change is not only the responsibility of developed countries but also the responsibility of developing countries. The best way that both developing and developed countries should do, is to improve emission treatment systems, control population growth, exploitation of resources and to plant more trees and stop nuclear weapon experiments and war which cause environmental pollution, which may change the climate.
Developing countries and developed countries both have responsibilities to manage the problem of climate change, especially to improve emission treatment systems in developing countries. Generally, developing countries have to all participate to control global warming, because the scale of their emissions is rapidly approaching parity with developed countries, and carbon dioxide emission is the main reason that causes climate change, so they will be most heavily impacted by climate change. On the other hand, because they have imperfect treatment systems they could not control climate change effectively. First, although some developing countries just explore industrial technology, they still keep economic growth rapidly without specific carbon mitigation measures. So they could not avoid amount of industrial waste gas emissions, especially carbon dioxide emissions. For instance, after two decades until 2025, the annual emissions of developing countries would reach to 32Gt, it means the emissions would be 32% higher than developed countries, and in developing countries cumulative CO2 is 91% of developed countries’ (Wheeler, 2007, p.20). This forecast demonstrates that developing countries emission would become higher than developed countries after two decades. Second, developing countries are moving rapidly toward main impact of global warming. Wheeler (2007) elaborates that cumulative emissions of developing countries are increasing rapidly, and awareness of cumulative emissions will soon overtake developed countries reaching to higher crisis levels(p.25). So, climate change which relates both developing and developed countries, no one could absent to control global warming. Third, developing countries emission treatment systems are still imperfect, so they should strengthen more international scientific and technological cooperation. For example, since 1997 Kyoto Protocol, one laws after another and a series of international cooperation agreements were signed during the past decade(Fawkes, 2007, p.21). These international cooperations demonstrate that developed and developing countries both work at managing exhaust gas and reduce carbon dioxide emissions. Therefore, it is crucial that take effective measures to improve emission treatment systems more perfectly to manage the problem of climate change in developing countries.
Developing countries need to control their population growth. Generally, not only developed countries need to control climate change, because developing countries with large populations and higher population grow rates, so they can not avoid amount of nature...
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