29 March 2000
Life Imitates Art
Dear GENI Friend,
What follows is GENI's Letter to the Editor sent after the attached 2 articles were featured:
and Day featured the Lyceum's Theater's upcoming play
The U-T's cover story was on
Students of Buckminster Fuller will recall his World Game simulation which endeavors to find solutions to humanity's problems that are environmentally sustainable. Thirty years ago, Bucky's premier strategy was to interconnect the electrical energy networks between nations for the same mutual benefits stated in your article. He went a step further in proposing that renewable energy could eventually serve all our energy needs.
The realities of international politics, environmental review and financing often delay infrastructure development for many years. In May, San Diego will host the APEC(Asian Pacific Economic Cooperation) Energy Ministers who have the world's fastest growing population and energy demand. Our local Power Sharing project will serve us well and can offer a model of cooperation for the APEC energy ministers.
For the sake of our planet, let's hope that Fuller's strategy will be embraced more quickly in Asia."
On occasion you will see similar stories and relationships that you can influence. Write a letter to the editor. They want to hear from readers and they need to be fully informed. Our job is to accelerate sustainable development globally, and this is something everyone can do.
In partnership for the planet,
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