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What is the contribution by the rich countries towards green house revolution?
The entire world is living on edge with the environment being goofed by the development in science.The so called science development has done lot of damage to the nature and it has become a constant process.
The so called big and rich nations has contributed a lot to disturb the nature.The impact is seen on poor nations in the form of earthquakes , hurricanes, tsunamis etc.
Every year all the nations gather and discuss on how to stop polluting the nature , the irony is the big nations who contribute much on this lay conditions on the small nations.
This attitude should change.
There has not been global warming since 2000, called the global warming pause. And no models can account for this, while climate scientists have over 70 explanations for why there has been no global warming.
Yes, pollution like the horrible smog over China is a problem - and that is China's fault. As is the horrible water pollution in Rio, Brazil. But of all the problems the world faces, global warming is not one of them, and the developed world has actually cleaned up its rivers, lakes and shores. The developing world needs to catch up, but that is not the West's fault.
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