Thursday, November 19, 2009

Kyoto to Copenhagen by Analogy

There is a Global Obesity Crisis (GOC), something must be done.

A summit is convened at Kyoto to find a solution. The EU takes the lead and a set of Kyoto Protocols are defined. The developed countries become committed to capping food production.

After Kyoto the rate of GOC increases.

The world decides to meet in Copenhagen, the EU again taking the lead. The world is told it must adopt a cap on global food production, with a market price set for the rights to produce food. But the US Senate is still not ready and some developing world nations object to starving their people.

The USA is blamed for the failure of Copenhagen and blamed for GOC.

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