The 2010 Cancun Agreements provide for voluntary commitments from 76 industrialized and developing countries to control their greenhouse gas emissions.  In 2010, these 76 countries were collectively responsible for 85% of annual global emissions.   As Milton Friedman says, economic and political freedom can be achieved through capitalism; however, it is never guaranteed that we will have the equality of wealth of those in the „food chain“ of this capitalist world. All these changes come to what citizens` leaders choose to impose by improving the lifestyle. In the case of the Kyoto Protocol, provisions will be adopted to reduce the production of pollutants in the environment. In addition, attempts are being made to jeopardize the freedoms of both private citizens and public citizens. On the one hand, it imposes stricter rules on companies and reduces their profits, as they must comply with such rules, often more expensive, alternatives to production. On the other hand, it aims to reduce emissions due to the rapid transformation of the environment, the so-called climate change. IpPC is a contract to prevent the introduction and spread of pests to plants and plant products and currently has 177 government recipients. IPPC has developed plant health guidelines and serves as a reporting centre and source of information. Seven regional plant protection organizations have been established under the aegis of ipPC. For example, the North American Plant Protection Organization (NAPPO) consists of the United States, Canada and Mexico, which participate through APHIS, the Canadian Food Inspection Agency (CFIA) and the Plant Health Directorate.
The European and Mediterranean Organization for the Protection of Plants (EPPO) is an intergovernmental organisation that is also responsible, within the framework of the IPPC, for plant health cooperation between 50 countries in the European and Mediterranean region. Under the GIS, a party to the protocol that expects that the development of its economy will not exhaust its Kyoto quota can sell the surplus of its Kyoto quota units (AAUs) to another party. The proceeds from the sale of UQA should be „green“, i.e. dedicated to the development and implementation of projects, either the reduction of greenhouse gas emissions (hard greening) or the establishment of the necessary framework for this process (soft greening). :25 The United States (under former President George W. Bush) and Australia (initially under former Prime Minister John Howard) have not ratified the Kyoto Treaty.  According to Stern (2006), their decision was based on the absence of quantitative emissions commitments for emerging economies (see also Section 2000).