Global warming conspiracy
In 2009, the united nations climate changes conference was held at the Bella center, Copenhagen. The Copenhagen Accord was drafted after the conference among several major participants such as the U.S., China, India, Brazil, and South Africa. This draft seemed to be a meaningless document and did not have any legal binding. The Copenhagen Accord was suppose to coordinate the disagreements among participating countries on the issues of climate changes and carbon dioxide emission, but unified views never being reached. On the one hand, developed countries such as the U.S. and some European nations insisted that today severe climate changes, such as the global warming was facing across the world and was serious enough to jeopardize people’s living situation. Therefore, they believe that people should take steps to prevent further environment deterioration, and the most urgent one is to reduce the emission of carbon dioxide. On the other hand, some developing countries represented by China and India, believed that although global warming was an undeniable trend at the present time, it had little to do with human activities. So reducing the emission of carbon dioxide was unnecessary and would contribute nothing to the environmental protection. To me, I am in favor with the developing countries’ opinions, that is, carbon dioxide has little to do with the current lifting of temperature and the global warming is not as harmful as those developed countries claimed. Developed nations have paid a lot of efforts to advocate the danger of global warming in the past few years. One of their argument which aroused great compassion around the world is that global warming endangers some species’ survival. For example, Al Gore, who won the Nobel Peace Prize claimed that polar bears are the victims of global warming. His famous picture---a polar bear standing on a melting ice, certainly tugged at the heart-strings. Because this photo was so moving,...
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