Debate: Developed countries have a higher obligation to combat climate change
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- Argument: Emissions exemptions for China/India will inflate outsourcing to them
- Argument: Large developing states have warming-obligation to cut population
- Argument: Contraction/Convergence equalizes per capita emissions, burdens wealthy
- Argument: Developed must protect developing from higher costs of warming
- Argument: Developing states will not go "green" before developed competitors
- Argument: China/India can't bare same costs as developed states on warming
- Argument: Developed countries caused global warming, they must fix it
- Argument: US is responsible to lead in fighting global warming
- Argument: Developed states have more available money to fight climate change
- Argument: Developing states live in subsistence, lower "green" obligation
- Argument: Even with lower obligation, developing states are going "green"
- Argument: Developed emit more per capita; more obligated to cut rate
- Argument: Developed state demand drives emissions in developing states
- Argument: Developed are responsible to commit "green" technologies
- Argument: Developed/developing have common but differentiated responsibilities
- Argument: Developing country exemptions negate developed country leadership
- Argument: China is worst contributor to climate change; has equal obligations
- Argument: Developing states want lower standards for economic advantage
- Argument: Developed states are doing everything they can on climate change
- Argument: "Obligations"/"equality" distract from solving climate change
- Argument: Developing world growth will not negate developed emissions cuts
- Argument: China is exceeding expectations/obligations to lower its emissions
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- Argument: Developed states emit more; their steps have higher impact
- Argument: Sectoral emissions standards constrain developing nations
- Argument: Sectoral emissions standards risk causing protectionism