Sunday, December 06, 2009

To keep up, Korea should have Cabinet meetings at Panmunjeom

... And Canada should have it's meetings in the High Arctic.
From the Dong-a:

Members of the Nepalese Cabinet raise their hands yesterday in convening a ministerial meeting at a base camp on Mount Everest, which soars 5,250 meters above sea level. The Nepalese government assembled the “high mountain meeting” to publicize the melting of permanent snow at the Himalayas ahead of the Conference of the Parties under the U.N. Climate Change Convention in Copenhagen.

Ah, my title is based on Nepal being best known for the Himalayas, as opposed to global Warming, although my suggestion for Canada still applies.

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