The Oil Depletion Protocol: A Plan to Avert Oil Wars, Terrorism, and Economic Collapse
The Oil Depletion Protocol describes a unique accord whereby nations would voluntarily reduce their oil production and oil exports according to a consistent and sensible formula. This would enable energy transition to be planned and supported over the long term, providing a context of stable energy prices and peaceful cooperation. The protocol will be presented at international gatherings, initiating the process or county by country negotiation and adoption and mobilizing public support
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