“None for All and All for One”: Developed Countries Emit, Least Developed Countries Suffer-Observation on UNFCCC COP26
Author: Zhang Xiaoqian
In order to limit the total amount of carbon in the atmosphere, the United Nations Climate Change Conference put forward the concept of NDCs, but the negotiation has not been a smooth sailing. The inequality in carbon quotas and carbon reduction responsibilities has resulted in more emissions in developed countries. At the same time, the bitter fruits of climate change have been taken largely by the least developed countries that contributed least to it. This article details the calculation process of carbon emission and how should climate financing alleviate the uneven distribution of adaptation resources.
Keywords: United Nations Climate Change Conference, Total Emissions, Carbon Emissions, Carbon Allowances, Ecological Debt, Climate Financing
Zhang Xiaoqian, “None for All and All for One”: Developed Countries Emit, Least Developed Countries Suffer-Observation on UNFCCC COP26, Biodiversity Conservation and Green Development, Vol.1 No.2. January 2022, ISSN2749-9065