Glaciers in Central Asia is declining, followed by reduced flow of rivers, the region faces water and energy and environmental catastrophe, which can not be prevented. These concerns to REGNUM News tells PhD, adviser to the Director of the Agency for Environmental Protection and Forestry of Kyrgyzstan Shamil Ilyasov.
My comments: I would like to cite the WSJ, that poor developing countries like Kyrgyzstan need Western help to nurture clean-energy technologies.There is really no way to solve this problem but helping developing countries to shift to a cleaner pattern of growth. China is mainly responsible for the declining of Central Asia glaciers.The International Energy Agency projects that nearly all the growth in global greenhouse-gas emissions over the next two decades will come from developing countries -- and that fully half of that total will come from China alone.
He Yafei, China's vice foreign minister, said last Friday in Copenhagen that rich nations, which built their prosperity on fossil fuels, are like people who go out for a fancy dinner and then, when a poor guest arrives late for dessert, demand that he pay the same bill for his meal as everyone else. "It's not fair," Mr. He said. "Whoever created this problem, they're responsible," he said.
We hope that our great neighbor will take responsibility. Glaciers continue to melt rapidly due to fast economic growth in China. Yes, Mr. He you are right "Whoever created this problem, they're responsible". Central Asia should not pay so high price for China's growth. It's not fair.