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30 December 2000

What the World Wants

Dear GENI Friend,

As we enter into the real New Millennium (Jan. 1, 2001), it is an excellent time for each of us to reflect, take stock and make plans for the future. The world is vastly different from one hundred years ago. Just ask your parents (if old enough) about living without TV, telephones, cars, planes, refrigeration, vaccines, etc. So much that we take for granted was uncommon for our senior citizens.

Most of the world that we personally know lives in relative prosperity. Whether we have lots of assets or a negative net worth, most of us have adequate shelter, sufficient nutrition, good health care and ease of movement (transportation).These blessings of our modern age are usually taken for granted. By the chance of birth in our society, these benefits are available to almost everyone.

Yet, over 30% of the human family lives in constant struggle and survival — scratching out a living that by any measure would be rated substandard. One of GENI's partner organizations is the World Game Institute: www.worldgame.org. The GENI Initiative is borne from the World Game mission:

How do we make the world work for 100% of humanity in the shortest possible time through spontaneous cooperation without ecological damage or disadvantage to anyone?

The global electric energy grid linking renewable energy is At the highest priority objective.

I have enclosed several pages from the World Game's What the world wants project. It seems overwhelming. But we hope you will also see how far the world has come in the last 100 years — and realize that our knowledge can be accelerated to meet the needs of those who have been left behind. So, count your blessings — and look to what we can do together in this new century.

In partnership for the planet

Peter Meisen

p.s. Our interns have added some important Global Energy Trend charts to our site: http://www.geni.org

Keywords: what the world wants,global electric energy,renewable energy, global energy network institute, international electricity transmission, grid, power, environmental educational programs

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