Adam Greenwell

Children in Africa

Creating Global Cooperation and Collaboration

..We have two major assets, humanity and the world, our environment. It is our job and our responsibility to get the best for, and from, both... Can we all of us together, water the fields of humanity, and bring about a harvest so great, that it will take the world to pick the fruit, a harvest that is civil society? I think we can.

– Professor Liz Greenwell, April 1994, from her lifelong work, and ongoing writings.

Energime University is a supporter of Global Cooperation Day, an annual event initiated by Liz Greenwell. Though our combined and supportive efforts we are developing Liz’s lifelong vision of “Watering the Fields of Humanity” by promoting efforts and collaborations which empowers civil society on a global scale.

Liz Greenwell briefly describes civil society as highly developed societies and cultures around the world where all people enjoy the benefits of a high standard of living, health, and quality of life. Those societies endeavor to be safe, compassionate, kind, caring, polite, courteous, and respectful. It is through this discipline that we encourage trust, honesty, tolerance, and understanding.

Humanity and the environment are linked. Civil society is enhanced if the environment is protected and conserved to a point where it provides a healthy, therapeutic and pleasing place in which the world’s people, other life forms, and plant life co-exist.  We can then have the perfect balance.” 

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