29 June 1999
Rotary International Convention and Notes
from Asia: the good and bad news
Dear GENI Friend,
We have just returned from the Rotary International Conference in Singapore. Rotary is a global organization (1.2 million members in 160 nations meeting weekly in 27,000 clubs) comprised of civic-mined business people. Our GENI exhibit had a prime corner location at the convention center, with exposure to thousands of global Rotarians.
The Rotary Foundation's mission includes cleaning the environment, ending hunger and pursuing cooperation between peoples. GENI is seeking their partnership with our initiative, and our proposal is now endorsed by 130 Rotary clubs! If you have a Rotary connection, we would love your club's support as well.
While in Asia, one sees things and gets reports
that might otherwise go unnoticed. The New Straits
Times has widespread exposure throughout Southeast
Asia. Last Sunday, both the environmental
As you read these two articles, you'll see the same global/regional issues we have been working on but now they are being felt through the most populous region on earth.
I was asked by several people if we're going
I do know that we can continue to educate, push, cajole and persist. You make this effort possible. We thank you for holding the vision with us as the results will affect literally billions of people in Asia, and around the world.
In partnership for the planet,
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