Yes and no is the short answer.
Car manufacturers are shifting towards electric vehicles for a variety of reasons of which environmental concerns are only one. Buildings are becoming 'smarter' and more energy efficient. Wind power is now cheaper than gas power in many cases. Internal production of energy by renewables frees nations from volatile pricings of fossil fuels and secures their energy from external influences. Cleaning up the air has immediate health benefits to populations in cities. The point is even ignoring global warming, many of the 'solutions' make sense anyway and some, like electric cars, are on their way regardless.
No matter what your opinion on global warming, the fact is other nations and populations are committed. I hate macaroni and cheese. Irish people seldom eat it. That doesn't mean I'd protest if Irish companies wanted to make it and sell it in the US and Canada. If you look at windfarm manufacturers, the majority of top ten companies in that market are Chinese, Indian, and European. GE, an American company, is the 4th largest supplier after losing market share in the US to a Danish company. There is a massive market opportunity if you develop green tech. If Western nations take global warming seriously, we are the ones who could develop the tech and flog it around the planet. We make money, and help other nations reduce their emissions. So we really should be leading the charge regardless of what other nations are doing.
But yes ... it needs a global effort. I just think Europe, Australia, and the US should be at the cutting edge of the effort, leading the world to solve the problem, and selling the tech we have produced to do it.