Australia is trying to minimize the carbon emissions so that it can control the climate changes. The reduction target laid down by Australia is quite possible to achieve in ten years given the budget allocated to the new plans. The basic plan of cutting down the carbon emissions arose when Australia witnessed many droughts and spontaneous weather changes. The decision of cutting down the carbon emissions is quite right but according to some experts the cut in emissions is quite less in comparison to the alarming rates laid down by different environmental agencies. In my view the decision taken by Australia is quite right even though it is not cutting the emissions by a great percentage because if this decision is not taken then the rate of emission would only increase rather than decrease. The approach that Australia has adopted is a realistic one as cutting down the emission by 15% is possible. They have proposed new legislative measures which would hold the industries accountable for the carbon emissions and have even levied taxes on the sources which are emitting such gases (Australian Government Department of Climate Change 2008;CSIRO 2010; BBC News 2008).
Australia has realized the grave danger that the carbon emissions put the state into and have taken a stand on it. By taking an action on reducing these emissions they have urged other developed and undeveloped countries to do the same and make the earth a better to live. If other states do not follow the same schemes put forward by Australia then these spontaneous climate changes would go on with great disasters (BBC News 2008; McCaffrey 2006).
Climate change all over the world is alarming not only to the developed countries but also to the undeveloped countries. Bangladesh is one of the examples of undeveloped countries which has realized the potential of emissions and has taken a stand on it. They have proposed