26 November 1999
May you live in interesting times
Dear GENI Friend,
Last month, you learned of the US-African Energy Minister's Summit in Tucson. We have just sent a substantial package on the GENI Initiative to all African Ministers. We'll be setting up our exhibit at no cost and the US Dept. of Energy has invited us to participate on the Africa infrastructure development panel! We'll feature the Summit report next month.
We're into the final month of 1999. In reviewing the issues and headlines of the year, I found the challenges remaining in our world to be numerous, and daunting. I'd like to share some of these headlines with you in hope you'll be grateful for your own life and inspired to do more in 2000:
Over the past few months, the momentum for the GENI strategy
quickened around the world. As you can see from the issues
above, we still have a long way before
Happy holidays to you and your family,
p.s. Y2K is here. Numerous people have asked us what will happen and the only honest answer is that no one knows for sure. My recommendation: prepare as you would for an earthquake, and get your business records in order. The enclosed Y2K pamphlet offers a good checklist.
Keywords : May you live in interesting times, US-African Energy Minister's Summit, Tucson, global warming, water, nuclear energy, green power, armed conflicts, gap between rich and poor
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