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The righteousness of fighting climate change has become a call and demand, mainly because climate change itself is unfair to developing countries, which involves the issue of ecological justice. At present, the biggest obstacle in the process of fighting climate change on a global scale lies in the differences between the north and the south and the different positions of different countries (groups), which can be overcame by establishing feasible emission reduction standards to achieve distribution justice, and fulfilling the commitments of capital and technology in developed countries to realize corrective effect.

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