A meeting among the world's countries called a climate summit kicked off in Cancun, Mexico on Monday. Most analysts don't expect the Cancun climate summit to result in a severe international agreement on the way to deal with climate change. The fact that the United Nations has failed to bring creating and developed nations together on climate change leads many to assume that the Cancun summit is nothing however “climate change theater.” Source of article - Cancun climate summit not expected to produce real results by Money Blog Newz.
Suppressing on climate change
The climate summit in Cancun might make a huge difference. The future of climate change can be different. If the outcomes of last December's Copenhagen climate summit are any indication, procrastination will be the consensus. The last-minute non-deal came with the Copenhagen Accord. The carbon emission reduction was totally ignored. Instead of an understanding for mandatory emissions reductions, the Copenhagen Accord merely stated that both developed and creating nations should share with the world what they plan to do about climate change -- which so far has been nothing.
No solving with all the blame going around
Chances of a legally binding climate change treaty emerging from the Cancun climate summit are seen by analysts as remote at best. China is getting the blame from the United States This is because a package at Copenhagen went down. China states it's the United States fault though. Developing nations say the carbon emissions crisis was caused by centuries of industrialization by developed nations, and it's their problem to solve. A compromise is the hope of developed countries. The undeveloped and developed countries don’t have much faith within the United Nations. It likely will not be there to help.
Playing politics within the U.S. while China does something
China has been working with clean energy even though the Copenhagen Accord failed. China is now the world's largest manufacturer of solar panels and wind turbines. The country is also poised to become the world leader in clean coal technology and efficient nuclear reactors. Meanwhile, the creation of a carbon market to curb emissions perished with cap and trade within the United States Senate, and a Republican House starting in 2011 promises congressional gridlock that will prevent the U.S. from providing any leadership at the Cancun climate summit.