"My task which I am trying to achieve is, by the power of the written word, to make you hear, to make you feel--it is, above all, to make you see." -- Joseph Conrad (1897)
Pretty good. Most comics are too self-conscious, almost gun shy, these days, but Ferrel's delivery was smooth and remorseless.
Our organisation KPP (Kyoto Protocol Partnership) fears that little is being done to deal with the issues of global warming and climate change, too much hot air, not enough action by individuals. To address this issue, we are creating a Global Forest. Whereas a forest may be defined as a group of trees in one area, our Global Forest consists of trees planted all over the world, by school children, individuals and companies.The Global Forest Project has three objectives:1/. To inspire individuals to become more responsible in their everyday lives, in the way that they use and waste energy. Children leave lights, TVs, Computers, Computer Games Stations and mobile phone chargers on constantly. 2/. The trees will soak up CO2; it doesn't really matter where they are planted on the planet.3/. In this age of the Internet, we offer a global response to a global problem, and if politicians continue to adopt inept policies, and favour economic growth over responsibility and care for the environment, to the detriment of future generations, we will educate people everywhere, regardless of race, religion and their beliefs or political bias, that global problems require global individual responsive action. Hence the Global Forest. Please visit our website www.kpp.org.uk and help us spread the word about our aims and objectives.For and on behalf of the Kyoto Protocol Partnership (KPP) Mike Glanville
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