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    Carbon Neutrality of Industrialized and Developing Countries

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    Do you agree or disagree with the following statement? Both industrialized and developing countries must become carbon-neutral by 2025. What moral considerations underlie your stance?

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    Problem: Both industrialized and developing countries must become carbon-neutral by 2025. What moral considerations underlie your stance?

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    Though it would be beneficial to have both industrialized and developing countries carbon neutral, and even more desirable, carbon sinks, this is not an equitable solution. Industrialized countries have created economic growth in the past through industrialization, dirty fuels, such as coal burning, and through extraction of ...

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    This solution discusses carbon neutrality industrialized and developing countries. It argues about whether individualized and developing countries need to become carbon-neutral by 2015. Moral considerations, such as equitable treatment of developing countries, is also included in the discussion.

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