It is true that developed nations should solely bear the responsibility pertaining to climate change as a result of their historical contribution to GHG emission. These nations are economically advanced and can provide funds to the developing countries to safeguard the environment and tackle the problem related to pollution, environment and GHG emission. The developing nations are responsible for weight transfer by them as they require more resources. Thus, they exploit the weaker countries to obtain their resources. The developed countries have a high rate of industrialization that result in more GHG being emitted and higher rate of pollution being generated. Although there are developing countries such as china and India that significantly contribute towards climatic change due to environmental issues, they are not strong enough economically or entirely responsible for the damage caused. It is essential that the stronger nations support their weaker counterparts and together the various countries together tackle the effects of GHG emission. The developed countries for years have utilized their resources and moved on to developing countries to expand their industrialization. This significantly includes the burning of fossil fuel that notably damages the environment. While it is required that all the countries work together to eradicate pollution, the power of the developed nations is more and they are better equipped to shoulder the responsibility related to the damages and effects of GHG emission on the climate.