Key Reasons as to Why Some Countries are Reluctant to Adopt Measures That Would Ensure Air Cleanliness

Certain countries have shown considerable reluctance to adopt measures that would ensure air cleanliness. That is why, for instance, they are not keen on signing onto the Kyoto Protocol, the Copenhagen Protocol and so on.

The first reason as to why some countries are reluctant to adopt measures that would ensure air cleanliness is in the fact that, they reckon, doing so would be expensive.

The second reason as to why some countries are reluctant to adopt measures that would ensure air cleanliness is in the fact that, in their estimation, doing so would be politically unwise.

The third reason as to why some countries are reluctant to adopt measures that would ensure air cleanliness is in the fact that, they figure, doing so would be inconvenient. This is an important factor, given that we are now living in an age where people are keen on having everything conveniently. It is, for instance, in search of convenience that we are seeing companies opting not to do their own payrolls, but rather, to outsource them to the likes of the ADP iPay system, where their employees can access payroll statements, as per the description in this blog post. Not that we have anything against this fantastic outsourcing system. The point is, governments similarly show reluctance to do anything that would even slightly inconvenience them.