here). For those with short attention spans, it came before the philosophical debate of “is-ness” vs. “ought-ness.
In the 30 seconds it took me to get up out of my seat and take pictures, the ueber-efficient Danish convention centre staff cleared off my half-eaten lunch and banana. In a happy ending, they offered me a second cardboard piece of meat, which I made sure to consume so I could avoid spending more money later in the day on another suspect dish.
Fossil-of-the-Day competition on Day 3 for its stance of a non-1990 base year for emissions. Although it does appear it is getting a run for its money from some of the other delegations this time around. And all Fossils may become overshadowed by the first awarding of the Ray of the Day! As you might expect, Tuvalu was the first ever winner.
On a personal note, I made my first contribution to the Islands First NGO by doing some research on “National Communications.” I also discovered in the evening, to my dismay, that I had missed a semi-official event at the Carlsberg brewery where they were serving Golden Naked Christmas Beer! Luckily, one of my housemates brought some back so I had me a pint before bed.
Day 4 was quiet in comparison to Day 3 although it appears that NGOs have been emboldened by the chanting of the previous day and have stepped up their protests.