Guess Who’s Most Responsible For Hotcoldwetdry?

Well, of course, it can’t possibly be anything related to nature

Who’s to blame for climate change and how it impacts the rest of the world

Climate change and the future of the world’s environment is a topic heavily discussed in today’s media. With the EPA facing the possibility of funding cuts, the future is not looking so bright for the planet. As this topic becomes increasingly important, the question araises, “How did we get here?”

The spike in climate change came after the Industrial Revolution, a period in history when most greenhouse gases were released into the atmosphere as a result of multiple nations developing at the same time. While other nations rose and started to develop, others stayed stagnant, falling behind in the development period.

“I think this is completely true, and we actually covered this topic in one of my environment classes last semester,” Temple University environmental studies major, Rachel O’Brien said. “One way this occurs is through spatial fix, when more developed countries outsource their pollutant heavy jobs, like factory jobs, to under developed countries. They do this to make a greater profit and avoid environmental regulations, and end up displacing the pollution onto these countries in turn.”

According to Center for Global Development, the European Union hold 40 percent responsibility for the CO2 emissions from 1850-2011, and the United States was second with 22 percent.  Developing nations have a combined percentage of 21.

Oh, noes, they’re outsourcing carbon dioxide, a trace gas necessary for life on earth! Perhaps we need to ban the European Union?

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One Response to “Guess Who’s Most Responsible For Hotcoldwetdry?”

  1. JGlanton says:

    Useful idiots. First they assume there is man-made climate change, then they assume the cause is CO2, then they blame the pursuit of profits as the cause. Climate change always comes down to the fight between socialism and capitalism in their eyes.

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