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Re: Environmentalist: The excessive atmospheric buildup of carbon dioxide, [#permalink]
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Can anyone explain why D is wrong?
If there is trust among the nations, then there is no need to singlehandedly bear the costs of reducing fossil fuel consumption.



There is not mistrust between the countries. Trust is not the problem !

However, every country needs to agree to set those emission rules and set apart the economic point.
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