CLIMATE CHANGE EMERGENCY AND GLOBAL RESPONSE
Climate change, in immediate future, will be an inevitable national security threat; less to the developed economies, much to the developing ones. Although debate on the subject has been overwhelming, yet the implementation of emission-reduction policies in the developed countries that contribute to the worst of climate change more than what they have been committed to under the international conventions, especially the 1997 Kyoto Protocol and 2015 Paris Climate Accord, remains a big question. As a matter of fact, establishment of these conventions demonstrates the seriousness of countries towards gravity of the issue, but what prevents their response, in true sense, towards dealing with it is the deluge of present-day economic benefits that outweigh the future implications of climate change.
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