Let RAMA stand for the following:
Let’s define those terms further.
Recognition: Widespread acknowledgment that significant warming is occurring and is likely to continue during the course of the 21st century. Useful ranges of likely further warming are developed and explained.
Attribution: Clear fingerprints of the causes of this warming are identified and disambiguated from natural variation. Human contributions are identified and quantified by type, including greenhouse gases, deforestation, black soot, changes in land use and land cover, etc.
Mitigation: A staged strategy of efforts to reduce all human contributions to warming is designed, agreed and implemented incrementally, based both on projections of future warming and observations of climate impacts as they happen. Backup plans for both accelerating and decelerating these efforts are put into place.
Adaptation: A multinational program to help regions deal with current weather-related losses and future climate impacts is developed and funded as part of the next set of Millenium Goals. Separately, a series of X Prizes is announced offering significant rewards to those who develop advances in CO2 free cement production, energy storage, solar power efficiency, wind turbine technology, hydroelectric turbine efficiency, improvements in tree absorption of CO2, breakwaters and seawalls, etc.
I guess the devil’s in the details, but this looks pretty.
Rama’s life and journey is one of adherence to dharma despite harsh tests and obstacles and many pains of life and time. He is an ideal man and a perfect human. For the sake of his father’s honour, Rama abandons his claim to Ayodhaya’s throne to serve an exile of fourteen years in the forest. His wife Sita and brother Lakshmana decide to join him, and all three spend the fourteen years in exile together. While in exile, Sita is kidnapped by Ravana, the Rakshasa monarch of Lanka. After a long and arduous search, Rama fights a colossal war against Ravana’s armies. In a war of powerful and magical beings, greatly destructive weaponry and battles, Rama slays Ravana in battle and liberates his wife. Having completed his exile, Rama returns to be crowned king in Ayodhya and eventually becomes emperor, rules with happiness, peace, duty, prosperity and justice—a period known as Ram Rajya.