[eDebate] Need help with a new topic paper on Global warming
Wed Jun 20 14:01:12 CDT 2007
Not sure if you got the memo Scott, but we had that topic already on energy
policy.. and in fact, I'm proud to think it has driven a large portion of
today's debate on warming. Need proof? Ask Elliot. Or any of us who debated
that topic and now work in politics/government etc.
I'd venture to say the chances of your topic getting picked 1-100.
Now if we can ust find someone to write a damned Latin America topic.
Oh by the way, all those topics you proposed are solvency contingent to be
topical. In other words, to be T, you must solve.... sounds like a bad
On 6/20/07, Andy Ellis <andy.edebate at gmail.com> wrote:
> R: USFG + KYOTO =GOOD
> (insert appropriate language about ratification and accedeing or what
> On 6/20/07, scottelliott at grandecom.net <scottelliott at grandecom.net> wrote:
> > I am beginning work on a new topic paper for the 2008-2009 season. The
> > problem
> > area is global warming. I'd like input on how to frame a resolution(s)
> > that
> > would accomodate most teams that run critical affirmatives. Stating the
> > problem
> > area is simple--plenty of people say that global warming is a problem
> > and that
> > humans are a major cause. The solvency mechanism(s)--ones that would
> > actually
> > solve, are the real problem.
> > Examples of draft resolutions:
> > Resolved: The USFG should enact a policy to substantially reduce global
> > warming
> > through legislation, regulation or formal international agreement.
> > Resolved: The USFG should enact a policy to substantially reduce the
> > emission(s)of greenhouse gases through legislation, regulation or formal
> > international agreement.
> > Resolved: The United Stattes should enact a policy to substantially
> > reduce its
> > grenhouse gas emissions to, or below, 1990 emission levels.
> > Input would be appreciated.
> > Scott Elliott
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