The obligation of Developing Countries towards climate Change Mitigation and Adaptation under international Climate Change Regime
The problem of climate change has attracted international attention mainly because of its cross-border effects and the impossibility of solving the problem by a few nations. We know that the global climate is currently changing. Climate change is a long-term shift in the weather statistics (including its averages). For example, it could show up as a change in climate normal’s (expected average values for temperature and precipitation) for a given place and time of year, from one decade to the next. The International Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) has set a target to reduce global greenhouse gas emissions so that the global mean average temperature does not increase by more than 2°C above pre-industrial levels. Vulnerable areas such as parts of Africa, Asia, and the Pacific and Caribbean small island states are already facing the impacts of climate change, and so adaptation and mitigation measures are important.
Under the international climate change regime the obligation of developing countries will be examined under the concept of mitigation and adaptation.
In this paper the first chapter talks about general overview of climate change. In chapter two the role of international climate change regime towards mitigation and adaptation. Chapter three is about the obligation of developing countries in climate change mitigation and adaptation under international climate change regime and finally conclusion and recommendation is part of this paper.
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