Tuesday, January 5, 2010

MyWorld

The New Year message from Khar in Mumbai - Stop Global Warming!
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24 comments:

  1. Great photo, great sentiment, great post! It is, indeed, in our hands!

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  2. Well said. I think we should all take part in eradicating or stopping global warming.

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  3. Great capture, great message!!

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  4. Let us do it together!


    Namaste & Aloha, Friends


    Comfort Spiral

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  5. So many of us could make a such a big difference with such small changes.

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  6. Great message for the New Year!
    Wish you a Great Year ahead.

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  7. Very nice and appropriate message.

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  8. Great photo. I like the message and hope the world takes it to heart.

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  9. It is a good thing to spread around, sooner than later, it is important.

    Happy New Year to you and yours!

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  10. A great message for the new year. Neat shot!

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  11. It`s just so!
    Nie day to you!
    Greetings also from Kiki :)

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  12. de très beaux voeux pour cette nouvelle année

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  13. Great message! Now.. if only our world leaders would LISTEN...

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  14. It is heartwarming to see this message in India...I think we, the common folk, have it...it those in high places that need to get it!!

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  15. Very proper message indeed!

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  16. Its a wonderful message
    the star looks very unique :-)

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  17. Sorry for not visiting more. I have been unable to enter your site for weeks. Everything seems to be working now, however.

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  18. like the ad...very eye catching.
    happy new year!~

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  19. Wonderful message! If only we did something about it!

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  20. Interesting (and fitting) the part of the globe they used in their graphics... although the 800 or so new coal-fired power plants scheduled for construction in India and China would wipe out everything accomplished at Kyoto and then some by themselves. It's a global problem with global consequences. Only a global solution will solve it. And only local action can bring that about.

    Good to see that people are getting the message all over -- and getting it out to others all over as well.

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  21. That's really cool - a socially conscious holiday view!

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  22. it is in our hands - but of course, we are relying on useless politicians to dig us out of this mess!

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  23. Yes, it is in our hands, and I hope we don't drop this ball!

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