Resolution on Orbital Safety

Esteemed colleagues,

After a time of further fine-tuning our proposal regarding the orbital safety of our planet, we have come with a new proposal that hopefully will be up to the standards of all of you. While some member states might not have an active space program, we do believe that implementing this resolution even for them would be beneficial. After all, a space debris catastrophe has no regard for any one nation and will indiscriminately hit any nation engaged in a space program in this current day and in future. While the implementation will be a cost, I can guarantee that it will be far less than any space debris accident for a brand new space agency.

Jengo Van Schalwyk
Ambassador to the World Forum of the Republic of Sallodesia

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RES # (2022)

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Resolution # adopted by the Assembly on DD Month 2022

Resolution on Orbital Safety

Section A — Purpose

  1. The purpose of this resolution is the prevention of additional space debris entering Pacifica’s orbit and assistance in the elimination of existing space debris.

  2. The World Forum recognizes the hazardous dangers created by space debris orbiting Pacifica which pose an existential threat to sustainable spaceflight.

  3. This resolutions also is binding by nature to ensure the reduction of additional space debris by all member states to safeguard sustainable spaceflight.

Section B — Definitions

  1. Space debris is defined as a defunct human-made object in space – primarily in Pacifica orbit, which no longer serves a useful function – creating a collision hazard for orbiting spacecraft in intersecting orbits.

  2. A spacecraft is any type of manned or unmanned aerospace vessel with the intention of orbital or sub-orbital spaceflight.
    (a) Orbital spaceflight is defined as spaceflight in which a spacecraft reaches escape velocity or a trajectory that complete at least one orbital revolution.
    (b) Sub-orbital spaceflight is defined as spaceflight in which a spacecraft reaches outer spaces, but its trajectory is unable to prevent the completion of one orbital revolution or escape velocity.

  3. Space debris elimination programs are any projects with the goal to eliminate existing space debris.

Section C — Implementation

  1. The creation of a Sub-Committee for Space Regulations, abbreviated SRE, under the Committee for Science & Education and the Committee for Economy to supervise the ongoing campaign against space debris.

  2. All members of the World Forum shall limit the designed creation of space debris through the separation of a spacecraft’s components for each spaceflight. Hence spacecraft designs must pass technical specifications made by the Sub-Committee for Space Regulations.

  3. All members of the World Forums shall enforce the performance of orbital manoeuvres that put spacecraft reaching a planned nonfunctional state and separated components on sub-orbital trajectories.

  4. Members of the World Forum – and their constituent companies – may apply for funding for space debris elimination programs at the Sub-Committee for Space Regulations.


Kliegme will support efforts dealing with the elimination of Space Debris. The amount of space debris is, according to many different research results, quite alarming, and the World benefits from seeing the issue fixed as quickly as possible.

However, we request the Sallodesian delegation to elaborate further on Section C. Subsection 1. , specifically on how said sub-committe for Space Regulations will be funded. We would also like to inquire about how the WF is to supervise the actions of Space Institutions and Companies of Non-WF member states.

Kliegmean Delegate
Kirill Leonov.

Thank you for the question Mr Leonov.

The sub-committee will be funded by both the Committee for Science & Education and the Committee for Economy. These are in turn funded by voluntary contributions by member states. Sallodesia will allocate $ 1.4 billion and after some talks with the Stoinian delegation, they have affirmed that they too will divert a fraction of their budget of international aid to cover the costs of the cub-committee.

As the supervision on space exploring organizations, the new sub-committee will stipulate industry wide requirements which will in turn become law in each WF member state. Furthermore, upon the creation of a sub-committee, it will have the resources to compile the standardizations throughout the aerospace industry similar to worldwide standardizations like in fields of engineering, and advocate them to even non-WF member states.

Jengo Van Schalwyk
Ambassador to the World Forum of the Republic of Sallodesia


The Republic of Myria hears no further questions and is in full support of this resolutions. We therefore motion to vote!

Ambassador Rinna Shadir
Ambassador of the Republic of Myria

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The Termina Commerce Confederacy sees no issues with the resolution and seconds the motion to vote


The United Provinces of Rhayna, Alla-gy and Néa-gy seconds the motion to vote.

Rhayna’s WF Ambassador

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The Lile Ulie Islands will support this resolution on the voting floor.

Justin Randall
Ambassador to the World Forum

The Speaker hears the motion to vote on the proposal of the Sallodesian delegation concerning the Binding Resolution on Orbital Safety and accepts the motion. Voting may start by voting Aye, Nay or Abstain.

Tudor Segărceanu
Speaker of the Assembly & Ambassador of the Kingdom of Stoinia

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