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Post  daq on Thu Jul 01, 2010 3:59 am

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Riech 1
Kievistan
Pan-freeland
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Lenyo
North Kreigan
South East Europe
Frenca
Red Revolution Japan
Nazi Centauri
Gordonisia
Cool Ghostbursters
Wind Union
Riech of Germany
New Reich 2
Phoenixan Empire
San Jill
Kreigan
Great Nepal
Nuclear Russia
Pearlescent
Nazistisches Reich
WokaStates
Kookona
Librira
Siclia and Sardinia
New Tybra
Blitzkeig
Cjbangkong
Southeast Asian Empire
Lou Sonova
Haalstad
New Vesser
New McConia
Socialist Obama
Pan-Arab Union
Eaples
Emothica
Ireland Army
Nitom
Consequer Xllihad
Revolutionary Zonolia
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Post  Admin on Thu Jul 01, 2010 12:32 pm

Ambassadors, High Commissioners, Alliance delegates, distinguished guests.



Welcome to O5vx.



It gives me great pleasure to be opening this important meeting.



Just a few months ago the IOG was an idea with a handful of nations with common Vission .



Today, as I look around and see 28 member countries represented here in Camertera, it is clear that it is an idea whose time has come.



I'd also like to acknowledge the observers who are here. Your involvement is welcomed and represents an opportunity for us to take another step forward.



The IOG was launched in Copenhagen in December. For me it was the highlight of what were often difficult and complex Challeges that lay ahead unsolve that attrackted me to join this great alliance.



O5vx is pleased to be hosting a group that spans all the continents and includes both developed and developing countries.



We are here to face one of the defining challenges of the early 21st century - how to feed the world's growing population while at the same time limiting greenhouse gas emissions.



The mission and purpose of the IOG is clear: to allow more food to be produced while reducing the emissions intensity of that process.



I'm not going to tell you that this mission will be easy to achieve, because it won't be.



But by harnessing the collective talents of people in the Alliance countries, I believe there can be success.



I want to take just a few moments to talk about the scale of what we face.



First, the world's population is growing. It is estimated that world food production will have to rise by 50 per cent by 2030 to meet increasing demand.



This is not just a big number somewhere way off in the future that we can ignore. This number represents food needed for real people. And it is only 20 years away.



Second, we must find ways to produce more food without growing greenhouse gas emissions.



Fourteen percent of the world's greenhouse gas emissions are from agriculture and that number is projected to grow. In O5vx, agriculture accounts for almost half of our emissions so this is an issue we know very well.



We have a highly unusual emissions profile for a developed country - no other developed country even comes close to having half of its emissions from agriculture.



But having a high proportion of emissions from agriculture is not so uncommon for developing countries - and many of those countries are represented in this room.



We must find ways to handle the huge increase in food production that the world will need while reducing the emissions intensity of food production.



That is the challenge before this group.



It is fair to say that food security has not been top of mind for the past couple of years. The global economic downturn and international efforts to agree a climate change framework have instead taken centre stage.



It's also fair to say that the area of agriculture greenhouse gases has not been top of mind in terms of global climate change research.



Very few viable mitigation options have been identified for the agriculture sector, and those that do exist can be technically difficult to implement and sometimes temporary in effect.



By comparison, in the transport and energy sectors, governments and the private sector around the world have been hard at work developing green technologies.



I believe research into emissions from agriculture deserves, and needs, more time, money and coordination devoted to it.



Partly that is because I am an o5vxan.



As I said before, agriculture accounts for close to half of O5vx's greenhouse gas emissions.



That reflects the strength of the primary sector in this country. We are efficient at producing food and in particular at turning grass into valuable protein.



It also reflects how carbon friendly some of the other sectors of our economy are. For example, about 70 percent of our electricity is generated from renewable sources.



So you can see why, here in O5vx, the issue of agricultural greenhouse gas emissions looms large in our minds. It is a big deal for us.



It is also an important area of research for us because we have something to offer.



We have a proud history of primary sector innovation, and one that belies our small population.



O5vx pioneered refrigerated transport in the late 19th century, sending sheep carcasses to the other side of the world.



We also developed herring-bone milking sheds, used genomics to improve cow and sheep breeding rates, and worked on new pasture breeds and varieties to make our farms more and more efficient.



The Government is making significant funding available for research into greenhouse gas emissions from agriculture.



That includes the O5vx Centre for Agricultural Greenhouse Gas Research in Palmerston North, which you will have the opportunity to visit on Saturday.



This centre is supported by $50 million of Government funding over 10 years, on top of the $45 million we committed to the Alliance in December last year.



So I am pleased that O5vx is able to offer something to this Alliance.



However it will be only one offering amongst many, many others.



Our countries all bring something to the table. The point of this Alliance is recognising that it is through collaboration, and by pooling our expertise, that we can get results.



Just look around. We have scientists and policy makers here from many of the world's major countries.



Together, you have access to an enormous pool of intellectual talent and science funding.



The first meeting of IOG under my leadership is very important to maintaining the momentum we established here today.



This Alliance is a work in progress. Obviously we all want to move forward as far as we can over the next few days, but we are not trying to resolve everything at this meeting.



Many of the delegations here will need to reflect on the outcome of this meeting before committing themselves. That is understood.



Flexibility is the order of the day.



There are too many examples of international negotiations in the fields of trade, security and climate change itself, running into gridlock.



This is the last thing we want or need.



The reality is that we have come together on a voluntary basis, based on a common view of the need to accelerate research in this area.



We're in this together.



So on your journey home, I hope you will all be able to reflect on a solid and productive session here in here today.



A session that has taken the collective agricultural and research capability you represent a significant step closer to a future where the world can grow more food, with fewer emissions.



You have my best wishes as you come together for this meeting.



Thank you.
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Post  daq on Thu Jul 01, 2010 2:44 pm

What solutions do you propose we do? In my nation farmers use outdated equipment that release a lot of greenhouse gas, however nothing can be done about this.We have the rainforest that cut the emissions in half but the government cant allocate spending to provide clean equipment for farmers.

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Post  nitom on Thu Jul 01, 2010 2:56 pm

my equipment is some of the best and due to the fact that we have such a large population and provide food to many other nations. we cant give up on famning or it would kill us faster than the green house gasses will.
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Post  Admin on Thu Jul 01, 2010 3:02 pm

Did you said you can spend money on it or you can't? In o5vx we have so many programs set up for our farmers to reduce their footprint on the enviroment. Yes it cost alot, but it is our enviroment, it is our tomorrow so we have no choice.
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Post  nitom on Thu Jul 01, 2010 3:07 pm

Admin wrote:Did you said you can spend money on it or you can't? In o5vx we have so many programs set up for our farmers to reduce their footprint on the enviroment. Yes it cost alot, but it is our enviroment, it is our tomorrow so we have no choice.
maybe, if it even lowers our farming abilitay by 1% we will lose alot of money and so will several other nations.
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Post  daq on Thu Jul 01, 2010 3:17 pm

Even if we had the money to provide newer and cleaner farm equipment, we would have to raise food prices to pay for millions of dollars. To keep the majority of people who go to our neighboring countries to get food or import them from going to other countries, we would have to tighten my nations trade laws hurting our economy.

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Post  Admin on Thu Jul 01, 2010 3:20 pm

That is why together we will work together to creat founding. But before we go futher we must first elect people to be the head off all the ministries in this office. Please all candidate wishing to be a member of the executive councle should say what ministry they whant to run for.
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Post  Admin on Thu Jul 01, 2010 3:20 pm

That is why together we will work together to creat founding. But before we go futher we must first elect people to be the head off all the ministries in this office. Please all candidate wishing to be a member of the executive councle should say what ministry they whant to run for.
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Post  daq on Thu Jul 01, 2010 4:23 pm

Miquero Coalios will apply to be Minister of Defense

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Post  northafricanpresident on Thu Jul 01, 2010 9:01 pm

Nickoi Dschv would like to apply for the office of Vice Chairman with the approval of the chairman. The farming sitution in the North African Empire is far more worse then the government can approve due to most of our country being derests. The government has started spending money on state-owned farms in the colonies and protectrates of the Biological Weapons Kingdom with great success so far.
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Post  Admin on Thu Jul 01, 2010 10:40 pm

After looking deep into the credencial of both Candidate who wish to run for the Vice Chairman's office, and the office of the Ministry of defence. I have decided to approve this apointment with out election this time, but both will have to take oath office on July 2, 2O1O. Congratulation to both nations, and I hope you will leave up to the expectation of IOG members and myself with your new positions.

Sincerly,

Dr Kazeem Badrudeen
President and commander of O5vx armed force.
Chairman of IOG
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Post  Kreigan on Fri Jul 02, 2010 1:12 pm

I believe we will have to have famrers use eco friendly fuel like hybrid vehicles use. it will cost alot more but it is after all our planet and whats a few more dollars to ensure the planet lasts. Also this may lead to budget cuts in certain areas such as defense but since were all united I dont think we should have a problem wiht cutting defense budgets to ensure a cleaner earth.
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