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Why We're Here
an event similar to Pearl Harbor - a bubble-bursting of our false sense
of security and isolationism, the illusion that we're separate from the
rest of the world's problems. The validity of this realization is much
more apparent today. The internet, cell phones, email, satellite TV and
phones all strengthen our interconnectedness to an integrated world. In
terms of the environment, this is very obvious: polluted air and water
don't stop their movement because of nationally-defined borders. Though
not as obvious, the spread of disease, healthy or unhealthy psychological
and cultural attitudes is no less pervasive.
From engineering to the arts, from medicine to spirituality, from academia to grass roots NGO's in developing countries Sustainable Resources seeks to bring together the world's foremost experts to facilitate partnerships and collaborations. By creating gestalts and connections that strengthen and empower the work of local non-profits and international NGO's, large and small business, religious and educational organizations, USA and world-wide governments - everyone can become more effective and successful.
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