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Transcript
Committee: Special Political
Topic: Global Warming
Sponsoring Country: Republic of Indonesia
The General Assembly,
Deeply disturbed by the increased amount of CO2 emissions to our atmosphere,
Concerned with the levels of atmospheric carbon dioxide has enlarged by 31% between 1800 and
2000 and scientists predict carbon dioxide levels could reach 970 parts per million by the year
2100 (over double the levels recorded in 2000),
Observing the Intergovernmental panel on Climate’s work with scientific assessments of the
magnitude of CO2 emissions,
Noting with deep concern the fact that greenhouse gases, including carbon dioxide (CO2),
methane (CH4), chlorofluorocarbon (CFC), and nitrous oxide (NO2), deplete the ozone layer
causing the exposure of the Earth’s surface, the effects of which cause an increase in ultraviolet
radiation, causing the threat to marine life, agricultural productions, and human health,
Recalling the significance of this issue discussed in Resolution A/RES/43/53, “gases could
produce global warming with an eventual rise in sea levels, the effects of which could
be disastrous for mankind if timely steps are not taken at all levels,”
Fully aware that CO2 emissions can cause increase in sea level which can have serious
consequences for Indonesia and similar countries with over 15,000 islands and more than 81,000
kilometers of coastline,
1. Recommends United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change, signed by
Indonesia and 153 other countries, initiate an education for civilians on the risk that
greenhouse gases produce done through advertisement specific per country; these
advertisements can propose certain methods to avoid CO2 including purchasing “green
electricity” (solar, wind, geothermal power) , recycling, and buying local foods ;
2. Further Invites United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change to commerce
volunteer organizations differing per country to aid in research and education;
3. Encourages UNFCCC researches the benefits on UN security council imposing sanctions
on greenhouse gases; these sanctions can persuade civilians to use clean and more
efficient forms of energy;
4. Calls for that a committee of United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change
be formed to create a scientific research project on the threat of greenhouse gases and
technological advancements that involve cleaner forms of energy;
5. Invites the collection of donations caused by the education of civilians to fund these
projects;
6. Supports a report to be released on the use of these funds after four years to insure the
correct projects in action;
7. Urges participation and expansion of United Nations Framework Convention on Climate
Change from all nations in effort to maintain communication and management of
atmospheric protection; the UNFCCC could add a committee specifically designed to
sharing knowledge and reducing emissions of greenhouse gases to work toward a safer
planet.