Philip Bowring argues in this OpEd New York Times piece that only unilateral action, not horse-trading, will induce countries to cut their emissions. Only the US can provide leadership. If it does, the rest will follow. If it doesn’t, emission cuts, like trade liberalization, will happen slowly if at all.
Pakistan, a country located in South Asia, is known for its diverse landscapes, ranging from towering mountains in the north to vast river valleys in the east and arid deserts in the south. Despite its natural beauty, Pakistan is one of those countries most vulnerable to the impacts