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It appears like the road of Climate change agreement is full of obstructions and hurdles for countries. Currently, the major issue is to make two different climate change goals for developed countries and developing nations.
The representatives of 190 nations joined together in Lima to form the first pact of carbon emission for the entire world. The main objective of the deal is to plan what measures countries can take to lessen the proportion of carbon emission. However, the difference in the task of rich and poor nations is still undecided.
The agreement presented on the early Sunday morning shows that United Nation tried really hard to ignore this difference.
Alden Meyer, the follower of UN talks stated that the discrimination between rich and poor nations cannot vanish instantly. It is certainly a quite complex task for UN experts as there are numerous differences which cannot be easily ignored. Therefore, the envoy of all the nations intends to address every problem one by one. It is surely a wise decision instead of trying to resolve everything at once.
Thus far, experts have failed to come up with an agreement to cut the carbon emission and rest of the greenhouse gases. The Paris deal would be the first one in the history of the United Nation.
Recently, the United States and China signed an agreement to reduce the rate of carbon emissions. Everyone is aware of the fact that China is still listed as a developing nation. Hence, it is the first attempt that puts an end to the difference between rich and poor nations.