تاريخياً، لم تسهم الدول النامية في تلويث الكرة الأرضية، غير أنها مجبرة الآن على دفع ثمن هذا التلوّث

FACT: Poor countries are not historically responsible for carbon emissions but are being made to deal with the impacts of climate change on their own.
UN experts have identified a “sustainable global carbon budget” at 14.5 gigatonnes of CO2 (Gt CO2) per annum for the remainder of the 21st Century.
Currently, emissions are running at twice this level.
The carbon budget is set for expiry during the 2030’s
Setting in motion processes that can lead to an environmental neocolonization
With 1.1% of the world’s population, Egypt accounts for 0.5% of global emissions – an average of 2.3 tonnes of CO2 per person. These emission levels are below those of Arab States. If all countries in the world were to emit CO2 at levels similar to Egypt’s, we would exceed our sustainable carbon budget by approximately 3%.

Therefore Egypt can be isolated from other Arab States on this issues

High-income OECD countries meanwhile lead the league of “CO2 transgressors”. With just 15% of the world’s population, they account for almost half of all emissions. If the entire world emitted like High-income OECD countries -an average of 13.2 tonnes of CO2 per person, we would be emitting 6 times our sustainable carbon budget.

OECD MEMBER COUNTRIES

Twenty countries originally signed the Convention on the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development on 14 December 1960. Since then a further ten countries have become members of the Organisation. The Member countries of the Organisation and the dates on which they deposited their instruments of ratification are:

AUSTRALIA: 7 June 1971
AUSTRIA: 29 September 1961
BELGIUM: 13 September 1961
CANADA: 10 April 1961
CZECH REPUBLIC: 21 December 1995
DENMARK: 30 May 1961
FINLAND: 28 January 1969
FRANCE: 7 August 1961
GERMANY: 27 September 1961
GREECE: 27 September 1961
HUNGARY: 7 May 1996
ICELAND: 5 June 1961
IRELAND: 17 August 1961
ITALY: 29 March 1962
JAPAN: 28 April 1964
KOREA: 12 December 1996
LUXEMBOURG: 7 December 1961
MEXICO: 18 May 1994
NETHERLANDS: 13 November 1961
NEW ZEALAND: 29 May 1973
NORWAY: 4 July 1961
POLAND: 22 November 1996
PORTUGAL: 4 August 1961
SLOVAK REPUBLIC: 14 December 2000
SPAIN: 3 August 1961
SWEDEN: 28 September 1961
SWITZERLAND: 28 September 1961
TURKEY: 2 August 1961
UNITED KINGDOM: 2 May 1961
UNITED STATES: 12 April 1961

إنبعاثات غازات الكربون

Egypt has signed and ratified the Kyoto Protocol. As a non-Annex I Party to the Protocol

Egypt is not bound by specific targets for greenhouse gas emissions.

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