If it wasn't clear, my intent was to say that sequestration is a science-based approach, but demanding Western countries to hand over $100B/year to developing countries is just wealth redistribution. The former may or may not be feasible, but it at least attempts to mitigate the problem. How does the later "solve" AGW?
MUNJURUL HANNAN KHAN: I'm hopeful that at the end of the [U.N. climate talks in] Warsaw talk, we'll get outcome on legally binding agreement process, that we are hoping to develop a good text by 2015. The second thing, we're asking for $70 billion for three years. And by 2020, they will mobilize $100 billion for long-term financial support for the developing nations.