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(Since I don't want to take lot #111 from Vanarambaion, but still would like to preserve it's autonomy, I have make this proposal. This is not a claim.)

 

Wildlife Reserve

- A park for Europa's national animals -

 

Orioni requests that lot #111 and the two islands off it's coast, the eastern part of ex-Vanarambaion, be turned into a regional wildlife reserve. This reserve is controlled by everyone and no-one, meaning that everyone can add their national animal to the reserve, but no-one can decide to refuse an animal.

 

All nations willing to participate should name their national animal bellow. If done so, they are to be mentioned in this list:

  • Condors (Argenland)
  • Cows (Haken)
  • Eagles (Tamurin)
  • Elephants (Koku)
  • Gargoyles (Amnalos)
  • Griffins (Empire Francais)
  • Horny Girls (MicroGlup)
  • Lesser toad (Mongol-Swedes)
  • Lightning bugs (Meteorola)
  • Pikeys (Paranoid schizo)
  • Pink fluffy dinosaurs (Orioni)
  • Pontiffs (Burgundy-Brabant)
  • Tigers (Phil IV)
A map of the reserve will also be added, to show a more detailed plan of what the reserve looks like. Orioni proposes that the color of this lot stays green, to indicate it's natural value. If provided, an image of your national animal could be placed on this map.

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...and exactly who is going to pay for it? Will there be any benifit to the the countries participating (other than the improvement to the environment)? Will this improvement help Orioni more than any other nation due to its close location?

 

We need to understand these conditions before we will commit any financial or natural resources to the islands.

 

Hurricane Eric

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We are pleased to provide the wildlife reserve with 10pairs of elephants. All are wired with radio signal emmitors which enable us to track their well being and migration routes. Apart from that, we also provide an expert in elephants, who will be taking care of the problems and also jointly work with other available experts (in other animals) from other nations.

Let us protect and preserve nature.

Koku, on behalf of the people of Koku Kingdom.

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We would like to know what will happen to the orginal population of the plot, 111. Will they be forcibly removed to a different place? If so, will they be compensated for their loss of home and possessions? What happens to the buildings already there, or will they be knocked down or left to rot? We would like these questions answered.

Also, to promote the idea of it being a nature reserve, rather than bringing in animals which are foreign to this area of land, wouldn't it be better to leave it as it is, because it may upset the natural balance of the area.

Is it practical to make an area the size of Tagmatium into a nature reserve? To police this area will be a monumental task, requiring a large amount of resources, especially as it will be full of rare animals, becoming a magnet to poachers, illegal loggers and other such law-breakers.

We see the value of such an area as more land in other areas becomes built over, but we ask, is it practical?

If these questions are answered, and when our own troubles are remedied, we will gladly help.

 

Decius Brown, Tagmatine Minister for the Environment

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1) We would like to know what will happen to the orginal population of the plot, 111. Will they be forcibly removed to a different place? If so, will they be compensated for their loss of home and possessions?

 

2) What happens to the buildings already there, or will they be knocked down or left to rot? We would like these questions answered.

 

3) Also, to promote the idea of it being a nature reserve, rather than bringing in animals which are foreign to this area of land, wouldn't it be better to leave it as it is, because it may upset the natural balance of the area.

 

4) Is it practical to make an area the size of Tagmatium into a nature reserve? To police this area will be a monumental task, requiring a large amount of resources, especially as it will be full of rare animals, becoming a magnet to poachers, illegal loggers and other such law-breakers. We see the value of such an area as more land in other areas becomes built over, but we ask, is it practical?

1) Area 111 used to belong to the nation Roavia. This was quite an inactive member. Vanarambaion used to own both lots to the west of it. When Roavia ceased to exist, Vanarambaion took over. Some inhabitants stayed, but most of them decided to move to the economically more attractive nation of Vanarambaion; some decided to move to Nordhaven, Orioni.

There currently are some natives left in area 111, but with the demise of Vanarambain, almost all have already found somewhere else to live: Phil IV, Orioni, Argenland, Great Kings, Sevrun, etc. There are numerous places to go. Migration happens, even in NS. Or did you believe your population grew just because of national demographics? wink.gif

 

2) Char, the capital of Roavia , used to be halfway the southern coast of the area. When Vanarambaion moved in, no cities were relocated. We intend this place to be a good site to set up a Wildlife Reserve HQ. What will happen to the native population seems quite obvious. We have already contacted them with this proposition and all people, who want everything but the current anarchy, would like to get a job as parkranger. These people, especially those who have stayed, know the area by hart and take good care of it.

 

3) (OOC: I can't really tell you what my own nations natural biotope looks, so that of an other nation would be rather hard. This is just an idea for us to have fun in a way we haven't explored before.)

 

4) What ?s the practical use of a nature reserve. It has no economic function, and only costs money. Hell, why not buldize the entire place and loot the natural riches.

No. We of Orioni believe that there are enough places for economic activity. Just not here. It is Orioni's decision to set up this Wildlife Reserve to give nature a place where it won't never be disturbed. A place where modern troubles don't exist.

And if this answer still does not please you than there is only one thing left for Orioni to do: seize the land ourselves as proposed elsewhere, create a wildlife reserve, relocate the necessary funds, and give the area back to Europa.

 

Although we apreciate the efforts of Orioni to preserve the wildlife of Europa, we don't think it practical to use such a huge area for this.

We understand that using an area the size of 111 seems a great waste, but is there any other option? Area 111 has so many benefits:

  • Located almost in the center of Europa.
  • Located on an island, so animals can move around almost freely (accept in the west, but we will take care of that).
  • There is a river leading to the center of the area, providing water for numerous animalspecies. (OOC: I have requested that a small lake be added to the center.)
  • There are two islands off the coast to the west, which form an ideal nestingplace for seabirds and the underwatercurents provide food for rich oceanic life.
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We thnak the government of Orioni for answering the questions of the Tagmatine People. We realise that such a nature reserve is needed in these times, and we recognise the fact the Orioni doesn't wish for territorial holds over this area of land. The Holy Empire of Tagmatium will gladly support the nature reserve in 111, but, until our troubles have been settled, we cannot commit to such an operation.

 

Decius Brown, Tagmatine Minister for the Environment

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The native breed of tiger that has bred so rapidly in the Philian nation will be honoered in this new reserve.

 

We will send several breeding pairs to the area as soon as is possible, although we do ask for reports on existing native animals that the tigers can eat, if there is little in the way of prey, the tigers will find it hard to survive...

 

(can anyone remember what Van's national animal was? this might be a good idea to stick in as the dominant native species...)

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We will send several breeding pairs to the area as soon as is possible, although we do ask for reports on existing native animals that the tigers can eat, if there is little in the way of prey, the tigers will find it hard to survive...

There are some Hakenian cows. *muahahahaha* :evil:

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