All nations and territories should be buoyant enough to self-develop and stabilize with little or no external assistance whether financial or otherwise. This, if was the case would have handed a more leveled world with less troubles till now; this imbalance prompts billions of dollars in aid and assistance across borders and territories.
Issues faced by nations are diverse but not beyond the width of knowledge, cognition and information available today. With all option to table, solutions can be handy for the good of the nation and people. Solutions from simple suggestions achievable with slight adjustment, to complex suggestions with massive shakeup for the long term will see nations solve existing problems and close holes projections should throw open.
Topical issues around the world today are Politics, Economy, Corruption and Security. Politics for example, should be possibly eased by having proposals debated and reviewed behind closed doors to ensure that reports to the public is an update of talks before the final agreement; this will restrain discordant views on ongoing talks to reach the public directly, allowing a chance or reason for declination.
Corruption as the sickness of any nation will take some time to heal; for the short term however, systems and processes can be subsumed in all involvements within and around the nation throwing transparency to it. With simple moves like providing more basic services and cutting government red tape in ministries and affiliates, a government can be on track for fight-against-corruption therapy.
Economy & security issues can be romped by citizen involvement, letting them understand why certain steps should be taken and coveting their support for vigilance & reports will respectively help. These suggestions are applicable to some showing that several options lay around issues for desired solution.
Technology transfer has been topical amongst nations involved in Climate Change talks of late; this should be from big emitters to small emitters or developed nations to developing nations. This is obviously important but current global economic figures and what it may be in 10years may not allow for opined technology transfer.
Technology transfer involves transferring knowledge, skills, technologies, facilities, manufacturing from more developed to less developed nations. In a format structured by specialized offices, this should assist nations working or willing to work with the objectives of such offices.
Technology Transfer is what some developing nations hinge all their Climate Change moves and talks around forgetting that it starts with them by adapting to Climate Change and mitigating heat trapping emissions. Technology transfer as some think and desire may not come but support to better their moves and projects in advanced stages may come.
Hindrances to technology transfer vary from nations; certain developed economies have issues with arrangements in some developing territories which also affect their growth. Others may include benefits a developed nation can access in the developing nation in other sectors and the political/economic status of the developed nation.
What developing nations should realize and be happy about is that the world is switching to clean energy (or say renewable and sustainable energy); nobody is there for now, so it will be easy to join this mission and meet up in a short time with use for power generation and road transport amongst others.
Standards by consuming economies on import for emission percentage per time for machines and engines will help cut emissions; government investment to manufacturing parts of fuel efficient vehicles will see them attract more of these vehicles and generate revenue from this emerging market.
Climate Change phenomenon will be around for some years so expectant nations waiting for others to get them started should keep the wait & look from technology transfer or any form of assistance to real work conjoined to advancement for their good and the world in entirety