The treaty has been widely accepted by both developed and developing nations in order to protect the efficiency of natural ecosystem from a severe devastation caused by the increasing growth of industrialization. However, few major global nations with enormous economic potentials have been also observed to integrate the Kyoto Protocol in the nations’ political environment inadequately. The US can be regarded as one of the major examples to disregard the integration of Kyoto Protocol obligations in its wide range of industrial policies (Hov et al., 2010). According to the observation of numerous researches relating to climate change, it has been critically identified that policy makers across different developed and developing countries are highly focused on diminishing the issue associated with climate change. The US has debated on carbon reduction measures by disregarding the Kyoto Protocol agreement in the year 2001. The governing body of the nation has backed out the treaty by claiming that the specific details as well as uncertainties in the protocol mechanism may hinder the current economic position of the US drastically (Fletcher, 2005).
With regard to the political disagreement regarding the execution of Kyoto Protocol in the US, the research report primary emphasized three major research questions.