Wednesday, May 12, 2010

Are you willing to take on the challenge?

What have you done today and every day until the oil spill has been cleaned?

I believe, it's the responsibility of every inhabitant of this planet to reach out in cleaning this spill. We cannot stand by and passively accept what the government and BP are doing, although they are powerful enough to see it get done. But we cannot underestimate the voice and power of the people.

We can make this happen by reaching out and calling every scientist, every government official, friends, relatives, anyone, to work round the clock and come up with a "cure" for this spill. What is the point of spending billions on cures for anything else when we don't have a healthy planet to live on -- for us, our children, and their children.

I beseech everyone to reach out to everyone you know to take part in this effort.
This is OUR planet! Not BP's. Not the government's.

This morning I spoke with a scientist at the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) to reach out to his colleagues and take on the challenge. Whether I was heard or not doesn't matter. I will persist, and continue to reach out while there is a breath left in my body!


Anonymous said...

Good for you Petra. You're so right. This is the only planet we have. I'll get in touch with those I voted for. They share the same planet afterall. K.

Sandy Kessler said...

i look fro ways and my heart is broken sandy

petra michelle; Whose role is it anyway? said...

Hi K.! That's wonderful! It's funny, no one is protesting! Is it because they use oil which is irrelevant! The spill happened and something has to be done about it! It's nearly a month, and it's still gushing! :((

(((Sandy)))! I understand!

ChaChaneen said...

What a great idea Petra!!!