Matthew Dalton of The Wall Street Journal reports that in order to strike a climate deal, poor nations say they need trillions of dollars from rich ones.
- The developing world, where most of the future greenhouse gas emissions will come from, is integral in the fight to combat global climate change.
- Historically, international climate negotiations have stalled because of the divide between rich and poor nations. The upcoming meeting in Glasgow, Scotland is no different.
- While poorer countries are demanding trillions of dollars to reach a climate deal, policies rooted in economic freedom will best help these countries meet their economic and environmental needs.
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