WUDC Malaysia 2015: Preliminaries day 1

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WUDC Malaysia 2015: Preliminaries day 1

WUDCMalaysiaAlthough the Netherlands doesn’t have teams in Malaysia, there is still a lot going on there. On the internet one can find a lot of sources from where information can be gained. In the previous post we already provided you with the most important sources in order to follow WUDC from home. However, we still want to keep you up to date in a more extensive way then only posting useful links. This post gives an oversight of everything you need to know from day 1.

 

Participants

Organisation: Danique van Koppenhagen (DCA), Andrea Bos (Equity Officer).

 Teams: none

Judges (all Independent): Anne Valkering, Senna Maatoug, Karin Merckens, Bionda Merckens, Andrea Bos, Arielle Dundas, Tomas Beerthuis.

Masters participants: Arielle and Andrea (Netherlands 1), Karin and Bionda (Netherlands 2).

 

Motions

Round 1: This House regrets the decline of tightly integrated families.

Round 2: THBT environmental movements should support climate engineering that fundamentally alters the environment, in an attempt to combvat global warming.

Infoslide: Climate engineering is a deliberate and large-scale intervention in Earth’s climatic system in an effort to combat global warming. Climat engineering may take many forms. Examples include, but are not limited to: planting large forests where none previously existed, fertilizing the ocean with iron to dramatically increase the population of algae, and increasing cloud coverage so less sunlight reaches Earth’s surface.

Round 3: THBT in areas of socio-economic deprivation, schools should train students in vocational skills to the exclusion of the liberal arts.

Infoslide: Vocational: training in technical skills of immediate application to employment. Liberal Arts: academic disciplines, including literature, languages and philosophy, viewed in contrast to technical disciplines.

 

Results

Scores after round 1: http://malaysiaworldstab.blogspot.de/2014/12/round-1-scorechecks.html

Scores after round 2: http://malaysiaworldstab.blogspot.nl/2014/12/round-2-scorechecks.html

Scores after round 3: http://malaysiaworldstab.blogspot.nl/2014/12/round-3-scorechecks_29.html

Twitter Tab: https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1eVuBAS5_DcwlKfikypaiJgDz_soqwheae__RHVbUJ-M/edit?pli=1#gid=1236180618

 

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