Developed countries' past contributions to climate change were in the process of economically developing to their current level of prosperity; developing countries are attempting to rise to this level, this being one cause of their increasing greenhouse gas emissions.  Equity is an issue in GHG emissions scenarios, Sonali P. Chitre argues, and Emerging markets countries, such as India and China, often would rather analyze Per capita emissions instead of committing to aggregate Emissions reduction because of historical contributions by the Industrialized nations to the climate change crisis, under the principle of Common But Differentiated Responsibilities .  For example, the scenarios used in the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change's (IPCC) First Assessment Report of 1990 were criticized by Parikh (1992).  Parikh (1992)  argued that the stabilization scenarios contained in the Report "stabilize the lifestyles of the rich and adversely affect the development of the poor". The IPCC's later " SRES " scenarios, published in 2000, explicitly explore scenarios with a narrowing income gap ( convergence ) between the developed and developing countries.  Projections of convergence in the SRES scenarios have been criticized for lacking objectivity ( Defra / HM Treasury , 2005). 
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I think the clear point was which activities cause the warming. And plenty of links in the post to more info on the process.
To reduce gasoline mean we have a choice to choose a hybrid car that reduce using gasoline. Besides, petrol price are increasing. If a person everyday drives to work they need to pump petrol after 3 days and causes carbon dioxide. Another way to reduce gasoline is take public transport or carpool to work. It can help reduce carbon dioxide and save cost.
any1 still awake + up to date on the essay tomorrow/I have no sense of time management saga; 1328/2000 words, on a tea break, fucking tired
Global warming is the greatest challenge facing our planet. It is, in fact, the increase in the temperature of the earth’s neon- surface air. It is one ...
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