It is fair for the West to criticize the developing countries' refusal to fight climate change. Climate change is one of the most important issues in the world today. The future of the entire globe depends on our policies to fight climate change. Developing countries should fully cooperate to fight climate change and global warming.
In a few decades, developing countries will pollute the environment more. If there is no global effort for climate change, the situation will get worse, even if the Western countries lower their carbon footprint drastically. Developing countries should focus more on clean sources, such as developing cheap solar power, so they don't need to rely on fossil fuels.
I do not think that the West has the right to criticize developing countries who refuse to fight climate change. First of all, the issue of climate change is still something that is being heavily debated. I think that developing countries also have a more important resonsibility to their citizens.
Although taking action to protect the environment, reduce carbon emissions and reduce climate change is incredibly important, it is not fair for the West to criticize developing countries. The West has polluted more than the rest of the world and created the current climate crisis that the world is now facing. Instead of criticizing developing countries, the West should lead by example.
Then I guess it is unfair for the west to criticize developing countries who refuse to fight climate change. Of course, the US is not much better, as half the population stagnates the process of doing something about climate change. People should not worry about the criticism so much, and should focus more on the problem.
No, it is not fair for the West to criticize the developing countries' refusal to fight climate chance, because the West is fighting a battle they don't need to be fighting anyways. Developing countries should not restrict their economies and cause their people to suffer over something that we're not even sure exists.