Forest RMB

WA Delegate: The United Mangrove Archipelago of Ransium (elected 8 years 24 days ago)

Founder: The Rainforest Communities of Errinundera

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Forest welcomes all nations, particularly those concerned about the environment.

“The clearest way into the universe is through a forest wilderness.”
~John Muir

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Embassies: Philosophy 115, California, Hippy Haven, Yggdrasil, Eladen, Ecotopia, The Hill, Groland, Futaba Aoi, International Democratic Union, Antarctica, Winterfell, Sunalaya, and Antarctic Oasis.

Tags: Casual, Large, Map, Eco-friendly, Featured, Pacifist, Multi-Species, and World Assembly.

Regional Power: High

Forest contains 81 nations, the 148th most in the world.

Today's World Census Report

The Largest Public Sector in Forest

Nations ranked highly have relatively large governments and offer the most extensive public services.

As a region, Forest is ranked 62nd in the world for Largest Public Sector.

#NationWA CategoryMotto
1.The CUP-Eladeni Isocracy of Liberal LiberalsScandinavian Liberal Paradise“Can't we all just get along? Eladen Rep”
2.The Eco-Republic of MozworldInoffensive Centrist Democracy“Dream not of today”
3.The Pristine Wilderness of Yeldan Nature PreserveDemocratic Socialists“Let us return to the trees, my brothers!”
4.The Anarcho-Socialist Federation of Communal EcotopiaWA MemberLeft-wing Utopia“Democracy, Equity, Sustainability”
5.The Kingdom of VivatrexFather Knows Best State“Long live the king!”
6.The Ecoterrorists of AraneidaeInoffensive Centrist Democracy“This is our final hour.”
7.The Lovable Bunch of PeppsiLandCorrupt Dictatorship“EVERYONE, FOLLOW MEEEE!”
8.The Princess Dollhouse of FyranieDemocratic Socialists“[Z] to jump, [X] to dash.”
9.The Most Serene Republic of New ChechoveniaWA MemberLiberal Democratic Socialists“Pah, who needs an economy when you have trees?”
10.The Technocracy of ConoistreDemocratic Socialists“You know more than you think you do.”
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Recent polls: “What limits would you like on time region has existed as a minimum for embassy requests?”“How would you like these embassy rules to be applied?”

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The Most Serene Republic of Archenomia wrote:We seem to have a very large basket weaving sector. We are unsure whether that should be considered a distinction or not. Any thoughts would be appreciated.

My economy is imploded, so I would be thrilled to have a thriving basket-weaving sector. Or...any sector!

Lompe Steen HAHA

Since we're allowed to provide custom banners, I was thinking it might be neat to have one or more custom Forest banners that we could all use (not compulsory, of course). Any interest?

(I'm not an artist, so somebody else might be a better choice to actually create the banners. Although I could always take a photo of a forest and crop it to the correct size...)


Nice idea! The theme should be rahter obvious :) (though my country is above the treeline)

Free Bears in the Wood sounds like heaven

Free Bears in the Wood

Mahalo, great nations.

The Lovable Bunch of PeppsiLand wrote:Free Bears in the Wood sounds like heaven

Thank you. It certainly suits urrs...


Regarding the current poll, Ransium what sort of regions do you envisage requesting embassies with that wouldn't comply with the rules? Is it ones that would comply, were they to apply, but don't because of the need to send a telegram, which they won't have done? Or something else?

The Eco-Republic of Mozworld wrote:Regarding the current poll, Ransium what sort of regions do you envisage requesting embassies with that wouldn't comply with the rules? Is it ones that would comply, were they to apply, but don't because of the need to send a telegram, which they won't have done? Or something else?

Yeah, great question. So obviously I bring embassy requests to forest rarely and when I do it is always with other large old regions. I guess the environmental connection is what I'm worried about, for example with Texas or Antarctica I'm not sure how I would have implemented the environmental connection (Antarctica implemented the Eco-friendly tag after we established embassies).

Basically, my feeling is these requirements are meant to be a filter so we are not constantly voting on embassy requests, not a shackle so the delegate cannot request regions which they feel are best for forests greater good, but I wanted to democratically assure this is forests policy. I also wanted clarity because someone mentioned applying these requirements to existing embassies, something I don't think we should do but again I wanted q democratic consensus.

Well, of the 3 earlier polls only two of them are actual requirements they need to meet anyway. The eco-friendly one, with the way the poll ended, is just so we've got something to consider when it is put to a vote. So long as the other requirements are met (which it sounds as if they will be) then I'm sure we can trust your judgement as to other regions you may wish to seek embassies with. For any future elections, what a prospective delegate might do could be a topic of discussion.

As you may have already noticed. I've written a bulletin about about requesting embassies with Forest which reflects our discussions in the past month and pinned it to our RMB. Let me know what you think and any changes you'd like me to make.

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