Don't cop out any more
world atmosphere already mutated
When you want every human being in the world all in, to carry on improving perpetually our Earth for living, then you should have started this year's event in Egypt, one of our earliest historical lands, with a mobile app accessible to all without even wasteful travel passport.
Your roundtable follow-up questions should not have been confined to a minority of human populations worldwide, representative far more by clinical in-group agreements of political control, and far less by synergies of an overwhelming collaboration of hearts and minds, from Tuvalu to Ukraine.
The skies indeed have mutated over our waters and lands, and no singular leadership egos can shaman-talk our planet any longer, into wiping out Homo Sapiens.
COP 27’s ethical core remains comprehensive and sound, thematically expanding still on inclusive issues of innovative finance transforms, gender, youth, and community empowerments, etc., etc.
But its late closing, with a resentful whimper of Loss and Damage Fund of pitiful still-empty reverses less than what the rich splurge in their international playgrounds — we are watching, and working out new wealth that denies wasters and deniers.
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