ocean policy

Part of Your World- Policy Debate Version

Look at this aff, isn’t it neat?
Wouldn’t you think my 1AC’s complete?
Wouldn’t you think I’m the girl
The girl who has solvency

Look at this tub, case negs untold
How much evidence can one flash drive hold?
Looking at my case you’d think
Sure, she’s got solvency

I’ve got DAs and CPs a plenty
I’ve got great links and impacts galore
You want topicality files?
I’ve got twenty
But who cares? No big deal, I want more

I wanna be where the debaters are
I wanna see wanna see them prepping
Walking around with those
What do you call them?
Oh, tubs

Without some hard work, you won’t break too far
Prep is required for winning trophies
Running along to your
What’s that word again?

Up where they spread, up where they cut
Up where they give their speech till time’s up
Running their Ts
Wish I could be
Part of debate

What would I give if I could live
In my coach’s classroom
What would I pay to spend a day
At a tournament

Betcha at state
They have recent dates
Bet they don’t
Reprimand their novices
Bright young freshmen
Sick of fish jokes
Running their plans

And ready to know what debaters know
Ask em my questions and get some answers
What’s your aff and what does it
What’s the word?

When’s it my speech
Wouldn’t I love
Love to explore the oceans below
Develop the sea
Wish I could be
Part of debate

Sustainability: Don't waste seafood waste
Turning cast-off shells into nitrogen-rich chemicals would benefit economies and the environment, say Ning Yan and Xi Chen.

Every year, some 6 million to 8 million tonnes of waste crab, shrimp and lobster shells are produced globally — 1.5 million tonnes in southeast Asia alone. But these shells harbour useful chemicals —protein, calcium carbonate and chitin — what if we actually *did* something with it?


Pollution in China.

“The oceans are in trouble; the coasts are in trouble; our marine resources are in trouble. These are not challenges we can sweep aside."— James Watkins, Admiral, US Navy (Ret.); as head of US Commission on Ocean Policy