3 percent or less than one percent vis-a-vis the major carbon footprint contributions of the first world countries
, yet when fatal disasters strike due to global warming and climate change, it is the Filipinos who suffers most," he pointed out.
She commended China for successfully lifting its population out of poverty, earning itself a ranking among the first world countries
First world countries
produce the most carbon emissions, but it is the developing world that is set to suffer the most.
Not only has it put India on the map of being able host international sports at the levels demanded by first world countries
but also to have, at last one circuit in the North of India that will help more drivers/riders to be able to use a circuit to hone their skills.
Critics further argue that globalisation is based on an ideology motivated by first world countries
in order to exploit developing countries; therefore this movement has made the world more unequal than ever before.
The MNA expressed hope that the elected members of the National Assembly would be able to impress upon the first world countries
in favour of their demands.
Stating that what works for many first world countries
won't work in some emerging markets, "Debt, the IMF, and the World Bank" is a fascinating text and research, educated in the potential of the future of the world economy.
Washington, Sept 2 (ANI): If you were planning to fly in a developing country, the results of this new study might change those plans, for the risk of airplane crashes is 13 times more than that in US and other First World countries
3) Major improvement in cancer treatment and supportive care in the last 50 years has changed a fatal childhood disease to achieve a cure rate of more than 75% in First World countries
, which is due to well-designed clinical trials, international collaboration in these trials, improving diagnostic tools and improved supportive care to overcome the toxicities of treatment.
Our long-term goal is to use ultrasound from therapeutic instruments that are commonly found in sports medicine or physical therapy clinics as an inexpensive, long-term, reversible male contraceptive suitable for use in developing to first world countries
Therein lies the hypocrisy and double standards with the UK and the rich, First World countries
A lot of the equipment used in developing countries has been developed for First World countries