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  1. Introduction
  2. Economic challenges faced by the developing nations
  3. Efforts by developing nations to address the climate change
  4. Conclusion

As the issue of climate change has transitioned from probability to certainty, the debate over how responsibility should be spread has heated up. Some have posited that developing countries should be exempt from greenhouse gas limits placed on production, leaving developed countries to bear the brunt of the cost for meeting climate change head on.

[...] Climate responsibility As the issue of climate change has transitioned from probability to certainty, the debate over how responsibility should be spread has heated up. Some have posited that developing countries should be exempt from greenhouse gas limits placed on production, leaving developed countries to bear the brunt of the cost for meeting climate change head on. According to Kasotia, populations of countries that have contributed the least to global warming are the most vulnerable to death and diseases brought about by higher temperatures? (2007). [...]

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