Tuesday, March 16, 2010

Good news is green

(l. to r.) Elspeth Duncan, President of Greenlight Network; Akilah Jaramogie, managing director, Fondes Amandes Community Reafforestation Project; Senator the Honourable Dr. Emily Dick-Forde, Minister of Planning Housing and the Environment

Congratulations to all members of the Greenlight Network who, in spite of challenges, remained committed, worked hard and today, can say that our efforts have paid off.

Click here to read the good news.


Anonymous said...

Congratulations Elspeth
Your persistent hard work and that of the other members has certainly paid off. I hope that the project is successful. Keep up the good work.


Unknown said...

Congrats Elspeth :) To you and Greenlight Network!
I am happy to hear about the plastic recycling initiative. I have been trying to find out where to take my company's empty water bottles for some time now.
A few months ago I heard that Troy from Mystic Hemp collects plastic bottles and ships them away for recycling, but I don't know too much about it.

Elspeth said...

Thank you Stargirl and Luna. How ironic - two cosmic comments.

Luna, where are you based? If you are based in the east you can carry your company's bottles directly to RIM (Recycling in Motion, Barataria). If you operate in the West, you may be in Plastikeep's Maraval/Diego Martin area. Email me and I will give you contact details for Plastikeep's Project Director, who will give you more info. I will also follow up with some info on this blog and the Greenlight one.

Lynn Cohen said...

You look so lovely accepting your award! Bravo!!! Congrats to all involved. Keep up the good work, I know you do.