Climate Change in the Developing World
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This paper looks at how the development projects already in place in the developing world will shortly find themselves the targets of new, restrictive regulations aimed at cutting down runaway greenhouse gas emissions. Furthermore, the paper addresses the human toll caused by climate change and how this injures the growth and development of Third World nations. The paper examines the role climate change plays in depleting natural resources that fuel important economic activities and also explores how the local tourist sectors of these countries will suffer as biologically diverse locales decline in the face of relentless global change. Last of all, climate change as a precipitator of foreign control over the economic policies of developing states is discussed with a focus upon how climate change has wrestled control for many economic initiatives out of the hand of Third World countries and placed that control firmly in the hands of international regulatory bodies dominated by western elites.
From the Paper:"Climate change has burst onto the scene in recent years as a major item of public debate. Not least of all, there is a growing awareness on the part of the public that dramatic climate change - illustrated most acutely by the trend towards a warmer earth - may inflict socio-economic costs on an enormous scale. With that in mind, this paper will look at how climate change will impact the development of under-developed lands that figure to be (and already are) hardest hit by changes in the natural environment. In particular, the paper will look at how the development projects already in..."
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