[debatewisegypcc] Re: Let the debates begin

  • From: MARIANA ALMEIDA <selvaeco@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • To: <debatewisegypcc@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Tue, 08 Dec 2009 17:40:46 -0500

Dear Rosie,

I received your Press Release and also the article from today's Cyprus Mail
which is a very good point for the debate.

The press release is very good Rosie, can you please reply me at your very
earliest convenience if all the country's coordinators have to write a press
release? Where we can send it once it will be ready? I assume that the press
release written by you is for your country's newspaper and here in Ecuador
we are having problems with the government who is trying to manage our right
to be informed or to give information to the press.

I will really appreciate your reply and on behalf of the Planet, thank you
very much for your efforts,

Yours sincerely

SELVA-Vida Sin Fronteras
Mariana Almeida

El 12/8/09 7:04 AM, "Rosie Charalambous" <caracal@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx> escribió:

> I'm chivvying up my panellists .. hoping when the school day finishes they
> will
> get more involved!
> Attached is an article from today's Cyprus Mail - I posted it on the CC
> wave, but not sure if you have time to check those now, so attaching here
> also - I thought it might be a good starting point for a debate..
> Thanks
> Rosie
> ----- Original Message -----
> From: "David Crane" <dc@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
> To: <debatewisegypcc@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
> Sent: Monday, December 07, 2009 12:10 PM
> Subject: [debatewisegypcc] Let the debates begin
> Hi,
> Our first debate has gone live.  The subject is ³Is the Copenhagen
> conference going to be a success?² And we want to know what you think.
> Please visit this Wave and tell your panellists to visit too:
> https://wave.google.com/wave/#restored:wave:googlewave.com!w%252BJn823LvqB.2
> It is very, very, important everyone reads the instructions on each
> Wave.  Last minute technical hitches mean we¹ve had to go for a more
> manual approach and this could make the Waves confusing.  As a result,
> we may need to delete blips on occasion in order to keep a Wave on
> topic.
> We will never delete blips because we disagree with a comment or
> because we don¹t want to hear what people think.  But only to keep the
> discussion as smooth-running as possible.
> All tips, hints and ideas on how to make the process smoother are very
> welcome.
> Dave

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