Thursday, September 01, 2005
There is a growing consensus among the global populace that there is something wrong with this planet. That problem is that there has been too much of an intervention on the side of man in utilizing the Earth and its various natural components as mere resources.
While it is true that the Earth supplies man’s needs but the excessive intrusion of man on the planet’s ecological system has proven to be disastrous. We could all but count the greatest problems that are happening on a global scale and we could summarily conclude that all of these are but impacts of our disruption of the natural order of things.
Despite the fact that a lot of us are aware of this and that a lot of us are even professing of how we’re supposedly ‘doing our part for mother earth’, there is still that need to do more and get things done.
It is for this very reason that Greenpeace exists…
…Greenpeace exists because this fragile Earth deserves a voice. It needs solutions. It needs change. It needs action.
There are more than enough ways to help save the environment. But the recent stride of technology and the internet has broadened the opportunities in making a difference. These days saving the world could be a simple as striking the ‘enter’ key or clicking the cursor of your mouse to a ‘submit’ button.
Recognizing this new horizon for environmental exploit Greenpeace has organized a cyberactivist community, to engage actions via the world wide web.
The Greenpeace Cyberactivist Community has members from more than 200 countries and territories and is growing quickly. Members receive email campaign updates, and can send letters to key corporate and political decision makers, download action kits, send e-cards to friends and colleagues, participate in on-line discussions, and play a significant role in helping to win environmental campaigns.
If you wish to take part and become a member of this community we encourage you to register today.
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