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The industrialized countries such as the United States, Japan, and European Union want to set ways to reduce the amount of greenhouse gases we put into the atmosphere. They want the major developing countries of China, Brazil, Indonesia, and Mexico to also cut the amount of greenhouse gasses emitted, the problem with this is that the developing countries don't want to cooperate. They say that their economic futures should not be limited now to fix a problem that is legacy of the past policies of the industrialized countries. So they don't think the initial round of targets should apply to them.
Burning fossil fuels like coal, oil, and natural gas forms these greenhouse gases. Every country would then have to consume a smaller amount of these fuels by their industries. It would limit them in their electricity used by industries, as well as the use of the fuels by their people, such as in their automobiles. The expense of energy would rise, causing people to change the way they use energy. Even if people won't cooperate, some how something must be done about global warming because the balance of Earth is in our hands. (Kyoto Conference).
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