This week the United Nation (UN) hosted a climate change summit in Cancun, Mexico. According to reports from Democracy Now, Bolivia walked away from the talks due to uncommitted countries. Japan’s officials said that they won’t be signing any agreement and the reason of this Japanese’s action due to the aggressive development to the Chinese’s economy.
According to the UN there is a found that developed countries will pay into which is estimated to be $100 billion to help undeveloped countries to reduce their green gas and develop renewable fuel.
The U.S claims that the responsibilities should be shared with the up coming developing countries as well such Brazil, China, and India. Until today the U.S. has not committed to this accord. In the last century we have been one of the country that has generated most CO2 in the world and now China, since 2007, has take over as the worlds CO2 emitter. According to Greenpeace Brazil and Indonesia have decreased their amount of deforestation drastically.
“Indonesia may soon put a moratorium on cutting forests, and Brazil is likely to vote any day on even stronger forest policy.” said Greenpeace.
The U.S. needs to come to an agreement to help a most need world which in my opinon should be considerate as in state of emergency. But this duty should not be done by this country alone. The rest of the developed European and Asian countries should become proactive in this matter, because the countries who generated more CO2 suffered less eco environmental impact (for now) than those less undeveloped countries. This duty has to be done by every body and the ones the generated more CO2 should be more accountable.
Our world is in danger, we are close to become an endanger specie and these countries are playing the blaming game. Meanwhile, the countries who are suffering the most are the same who have been exploited from these developed countries. Nothing ever change. Always screwing the little ones.
In another issue, Japanese whales’ fleets are doing their annual hunting to savagely kill one thousand whales for their industry even some of those species are in the endangers list. Always putting our pleasures before others nature’s specimens!