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Topic: In what ways does climate change challenge International relations, if at all?
Climate change has been one of the biggest threats to the environment. International relations scholars have initiated various approaches to tackle this issue through means of international cooperation and implementing negotiations as well as treaties. Issues on climate change we believe is a global problem and activities from one country can affect the rest of the world. It can be seen that, the only way to stop climate change is to cut down greenhouse gas. It has been defined as a rise in global temperatures***
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S who declared against it, just to protect their economy. In terms of health issues, this panel has approved that climate change has contributed to the global burden disease and premature deaths (Volger and Imber 1996). The heat waves for example, have caused 20,000 deaths in Europe 2003 and the extensive floods along the previous years led to the spread of infectious diseases in those countries affected (UNDP 2009). An argument raised by (Baylis et al 2008) mentioned that, developed nations are held responsible for the massive production of green house gases. This is because they are the ones that are gaining from industrialisation which produces excess carbon dioxide. This eventually increases the temperature, which contributes to more problems on the climate change. The measurement of carbon allowances individually
Climate change does challenge international relations. After it was highly recognised to the international agenda during the 1980, its effects posed threats to the environment and means to find solutions became vital in the foreign policy. During the G8 summit, the UK...