The UN has divided developed and underdeveloped countries since past several years.
In I992, the UN climate Convention formed two different groups of the nations: rich nations and poor nations. However, rich nations were responsible to decrease the carbon emission from the world. Unfortunately, a few countries like Mexico and Singapore are also marked as “poor nations” in that list.
Recently, the issue emerges again on the final days of the UN climate talks. The representatives of 190 countries are all set to write a new draft to deal with global warming.
The new agreement will also assign tasks of carbon emission to under developed countries or “poor nations”.
A few months ago, UN intended to break the wall between rich and poor countries. According to UN terminology, Annex 1 means rich nations and Annex 2 signifies poor nations.
The UN took this step shortly after the “Berlin Wall”. It is an accord to decrease carbon emission between the United States and China.
Nations are trying hard to classify these divisions again in a draft deal. The draft agreement will probably settle in Paris in the beginning of 2015. The new treaty will control struggle to control heat waves, floods, storms and increase in sea level.
Miguel Aria Canete, Commissioner of European Union Energy and Climate notify that a few nations are holding up firewall in the last days of Lima talks.
On the flip side, the chief representative of Saudi Arabia emphasized that discrimination between developed and underdeveloped countries should persist.