Please adopt a scientific style. In particular, prefer `We' to `I'.
Do not use contractions such as ``don't'', ``isn't'', etc.
Do not use possessives to indicate plurality -- thus
``In the 80's'' is wrong,
It is easy to see why this latter is preferable, as
e.g. the `plural' form ``WG's'' would yield nonsensical forms such
as ``In the WG's' reports, ...'' which should be
``In the WGs' reports, ...''.
Refrain from using value-judgement adverbs such as:
`obviously', `clearly', `naturally', etc.
Avoid circumlocution, which, as far as we are concerned, is nothing more
or less than a device, indeed a much overused device, to fill up a page
from top to bottom with very little information indeed, to be honest. Be
factual and concise.
Do not overuse passive constructions. Prefer active constructions, as these
will engage the reader's attention to a greater degree.
Prefer British English spelling to American English.