Felyx Keith Lymoh
Felyx Keith Lymoh

I want to have kids. I want to show them this planet, as artists and designers, we are innovators with the ability to shape our own future. The way that our generation deals with this issue will define the future of civilization.

Ab Bamboo
Ab Bamboo

signé.

Joy Ann Jamieson
Joy Ann Jamieson

I joined your cause but, upon reading it I found that your main objective "tectonic plates" is a little miss-placed. The use of fossil fuels is not a threat to tectonic plates it is a threat to the ozone layer, which is the main factor contributing to global warming. There is a theory out there that asserts that the missuse of tectonic plates is a contritubing factor in global warming in that the "quake" breakes ice bergs in small pieces and our planet has lost a good portion of it's frozen...

I joined your cause but, upon reading it I found that your main objective "tectonic plates" is a little miss-placed. The use of fossil fuels is not a threat to tectonic plates it is a threat to the ozone layer, which is the main factor contributing to global warming. There is a theory out there that asserts that the missuse of tectonic plates is a contritubing factor in global warming in that the "quake" breakes ice bergs in small pieces and our planet has lost a good portion of it's frozen water (ice bergs.) But, the main threat to tectonic plates is not fossil fuel use, the main threat to tectonic plates is the missuse of insurance. Did you know that most earthquakes are individual claims on insurance by individuals making claims on water life (fish, whales, dolpens ect?)

Chip Kalvin
Chip Kalvin

Deniers aka Apocalopimists. You see the change heading down the road to hell, but somehow it will all work out ok.

Ira Gerard
Ira Gerard

Commo'n a University should know better than this. Using fossil fuel when it can use clean energy like wind or sun, universities should be the front runners of these kind of clean energies. I have hope!

Ira Gerard
Ira Gerard

commo'n a University should know better than this. Using fossil fuel when it can use clean energy like wind or sun, universities should be the front runners of these kind of clean energies. I have hope!

Samia Haddad
Samia Haddad

Its a disaster! USA government is to be blamed for so many as such.

Gopi Aakash
Gopi Aakash

Youth Fraternity Foundation ®.
No.12, (Second Floor), Calypso Bistro, Hauz Khas Village, New Delhi 110 016.

To,
President
Delhi

Subject: How to rid Yamuna of pollution.

Dear Sir,

In pursuit of our zeal to clean up our sacred rivers the Ganga and Yamuna and restore their original glory, we are writing to you again, in the hope that you would consider our humble submission sympathetically and allow (YFF) us to contribute to the cleaning up of these rivers and all the water bodies across...

Youth Fraternity Foundation ®.
No.12, (Second Floor), Calypso Bistro, Hauz Khas Village, New Delhi 110 016.

To,
President
Delhi

Subject: How to rid Yamuna of pollution.

Dear Sir,

In pursuit of our zeal to clean up our sacred rivers the Ganga and Yamuna and restore their original glory, we are writing to you again, in the hope that you would consider our humble submission sympathetically and allow (YFF) us to contribute to the cleaning up of these rivers and all the water bodies across India.

This is our considered view that the Ganga and Yamuna are important rivers because of their geographical and religious position in India. Therefore, it is our bounden duty and obligation to rid them of pollution. Since we inherited these majestic rivers in their original glory, it is but natural that we must restore their originality. History beckons us that we must not fail in our duty.

As things stand today, it is very unlikely that we will see a clean and serene Ganga and Yamuna in any foreseeable future, through it may sound a bit pessimistic.

EXISTING PROBLEM

It is a matter of great concern that these rivers continue to be ever polluted. In fact, more polluted than before (Supreme Court) in spite of the best and diligent efforts by the government as well as numerous organizations (religious, spiritual, social etc.) the result is far from satisfactory. Why is it that we have nothing to show for our efforts? How long can we go on removing the debris from Yamuna river’s bed ritualistically? We are afraid, this is an exercise in futility.

WHERE DO WE GO FROM HERE?

We humbly submit that we need to adopt Mahatma Gandhi’s way. As he showed the world and India, in particular, how the participation and overwhelming support of the mass, can bring a mighty empire to its knees. What I am trying to imply is,

government alone can not do this, public support is crucial. This can be easily done in close co-ordination with YOUTH FRATERNITY FOUNDATION. We have the mass support behind us for our innovative pilot project, and have had successful trial runs in many parts of Delhi. But we lack wherewithal, and the government have wherewithal but overwhelming public support.

It is said about Steve Jobs (late CEO, Apple Inc.) when he approached the present company, with his innovative ideas, he was pooh-poohed, only to take him back as CEO later.

Sir, we wish to bring into your kind notice that our country is a religious country, and people can not be stopped from worshipping and offering flowers to deities, stopping them, would be considered sacrilege.

There is an upcoming event Yamunaji’s birthday on 16th April 2013 and YFF is going to use this occasion to spread awareness through mass contact and interaction. We would appreciate if you kindly help us with some grants (monetary assistance) as we would be needing massive manpower and other materials.

Another thing that we wish to inform you is, the Ram Navami, next month, April and our reliable sources have informed us that on 18 and 19 April, 2013 almost 6.5 lakh kg. of worshipping materials and ceremonial flowers will be thrown into the Yamuna. If you co-operate with us, we can take care of this too.

Hoping that you will consider our humble request sympathetically and oblige us.

Thanking you,

Yours faithfully,

Gopi Dutt Aakash.

( President ).

Youth Fraternity Foundation (Regd.)

Andrée Garbé
Andrée Garbé

rejoint

Antonio Jose Pecurto Pecurto

Poluição mata os ecossistemas estão a morrer os politicos tem que travar o aquecimento the terra.

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