The year is 1932 in this crisis committee, and the wheat farmers of Australia are currently facing their most formidable foes to date -- the indigenous emu population. The birds are a nuisance to the cultivation of wheat crops and agribusiness, and if left unchecked, can potentially cause the downfall of the Australian economy as a whole. The members of this committee will assess their perilous situation and will discuss how to handle the emu invasion, how to protect their crops, and how to expand their arsenal and gain support from outside forces as well as the Australian people.

Position papers are due at or before midnight on November 14th to


Max Banach (Chair)


Alex Douglas (Director)



Bethel Schandorf-Lartey  (Assistant Director)