20 December 1995
Networks Could Generate Cure for Global CrisisDear GENI Friend,
Our project grows every day with increasing corroboration, executive level interest and media coverage around the world. It is only with your enduring support of this global vision that we are getting these results.
Some of GENI's strongest backing comes from five affiliate teams in Australasia. We especially want to commend two International Board members, Graeme Edwards and Anthony Davis of Brisbane, who have helped drive our Strategic Planning process. They continually speak this initiative powerfully throughout the Australasian region. The enclosed interview with Graeme, entitled
Our New Year's question to you: What two VIP's (in business, government, academia, or media) could you personally contact this year who could help put this project on a priority agenda? Send us names and addresses. We'll provide the back-up material for your cover note.
Thank you for helping make 1995 a great year and for holding the vision that enables GENI to grow tenfold next year.
In partnership for the planet,
Networks could generate cure for global crisis THE AUSTRALIAN, 12-12-1995, Ed: 0, Pg: 062, 728 words , A SUSTAINABLE solution to the world's energy crisis should include grid technology, or linking generators to networks, combined with generating power from renewable resources, according to an international nongovernment organisation. The vice-preside...
GENI is a U.S. Tax Exempt 501(c)(3) Corporation committed to improving the quality of life for everyone without damage to the planet.
GENI Affiliates in Australia, Canada, Hong Kong, New Zealand, Singapore and United States.
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