World Meteorological Organization 2030
Directed by Andrew Luchs
Coronal Mass Ejection
As our sun reaches its solar maximum, it has become more active and sent several strong Coronal Mass Ejections towards Earth. If they reach an unprepared Earth, the ensuing blackouts and loss of technology could spell disaster for the modern world. Delegates should consider how the World Meteorological Organization should protect the Earth and put safeguards in place to defend against another such occurrence.
Shutdown of Thermohaline Circulation
Climate change and other factors have led to the slowdown of thermohaline currents. Shutdown of the currents is now an urgent worry for the world as people consider the catastrophic effects of such an event, including super storms and extreme global climate change. Delegates should consider how the World Meteorological Organization can prevent the shutdown of thermohaline currents and try to reverse the effects of the currents slowing down.
This is a double delegation committee.