Quote: from n8n on 1:39 pm on Jan. 13, 2005[br]The problem here isn't the CO2 emmissions - it's the third world's lack of particulate emmisions. We just need to balance out the pollutions, and everything will be fine!
Now let's get to burning stuff!
The third world's emmission just isn't as big as the other countries mainly because of alternative fuels and ecological laws to ensure every vehicle/factory/ect throws less shit on the air we breathe than the others.
Also third world countries have more wild forests and reserves than the others, and by this they clean some of their emissions.
It's not the third world that's wrong, and it's not right either... Iceland is in the right path, but they still have emissions that can change the ecosystem.