26 July 1996
Peace Corps Experiences with Patricia Stevens, GENI's Executive Director
Dear GENI Friend,
Each month, we send you another piece of the GENI project. You've received letters from world leaders, articles appearing in major newspapers, speaking invitations at international symposia and notices about GENI campaigns or funding appeals.
While we live this project every day, you receive the best we have to offer, just once a month. We realize the difficulty you must have in synthesizing it all into a coherent explanation and strategy. Our desire is for you to share the GENI Initiative with all your friends and business associates, but piecemeal information could make this a challenge for you.
So, we created the GENI History and Milestone report. It's a lengthy summary, but worth every word. As you'll see, GENI has developed a strong credential over the years. The body of research and exposure in the energy, environmental and development communities is impressive. We hope this gives you a strong sense of satisfaction that your support has made a huge difference.
Also, the rationale for GENI's three primary projects
are explained. The GENI Computer
Please take the time to read about GENI's program
over the year. Your financial contribution has made
these results possible, and we
In partnership for the planet,
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