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(CANVAS STAFF REPORTS) - The Clinton Global Initiative's 2010 Annual Meeting is set to kick off Tuesday as it continues to focus on its mission to "tackle global problems with practical, innovative solutions."
World leaders, business executives, nonprofit organization directors and socially conscious celebrities will come together during the three-day meeting in New York City. Participants will include President Barack Obama and First Lady Michelle Obama; Bill Gates, co-chair and trustee of the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation; actor Jim Carrey, founder of the Better U Foundation; and Tarja Halonen, president of the Republic of Finland.
http://www.myfoxtampabay.com/dpps/news/ ... fc_9738825
The Clinton Global Initiative will be broadcast live:
September 22: 3:30 PM - 4:30 PM
Special Session: Building Partnerships to Empower the World’s Smallholder Farmers
Hal Hamilton, Co-Director, Sustainable Food Lab
Master of Ceremonies:
Tensie Whelan, President, Rainforest Alliance
Jim Carrey, Actor and Founder, Better U Foundation
David Griswold, Founder and President, Sustainable Harvest Coffee Importers
Safira Gerald Lazaro Gwimo, Coffee Quality Control Manager, Kanyovu Coffee Cooperative
Howard-Yana Shapiro, Global Staff Officer Plant Science and External Research, Mars, Incorporated; Adjunct Professor, Department of Plant Sciences, College of Agriculture and Environmental Sciences, The University of California, Davis
Tom Vilsack, Secretary of Agriculture, U.S. Department of Agriculture
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Wow ! Jim ,who knew what lurked beneath that Funny Man,
A really caring soul.... O.K. enough of that,Great presentation today,and nice visual aid You get an A PLUS.
So My questions to You and Sec of Ag is?
1) Will the U.S not charge high import taxes to these farmers/or buyers whom are trying to help sustain life in other country's.?
2) will U.S not charge export taxes for equipment sent to farmers in these country's?
3) Will your organization pay the fees and start up costs to each farmer?
And how may I help? I own sewing machines,and could teach women how to sew sacks to ship the rice in,Or give me, an unemployed woman the job of sewing them and you shipping them, or both.
I love your idea of getting pesticide free land to start anew with a product and teaching people how to survive.
It's like being the first settlers in a new land.
LET ME KNOW IF I MAY HELP.
I worked at a food bank in America years ago,I also worked in an UNIVERSITY Ag Campus in Nebraska,and was an urban(in town) farmer for 8 years as a child,1 huge acre.
The Nebraska state capitol has a SOWER with a seed sack on him on the top of the Capitol,"You reap what you sow" Great job of Sowing today Jim. God Bless and keep going,
Luved the show! Jim looked SEXY
Pics from the conference!
http://www.gettyimages.com/Search/Searc ... Type=image
a short video clip
http://www.ecorazzi.com/2010/09/23/Jim- ... oundation/
wow, the curse of fame..............but on the plus side he looks friggin Aaaaamazing!!!
He did manage to sign one at least.
The fans were cursing the woman who were telling everyone to keep off.
they didn't look like fans though, .......they looked like those professional autograph hunters that sell their stuff.........lol....
They did look like professional autograph hunters just wanting to sell there stuff. I know he loves his fans but bless his heart it has to be a bummer to get flocked everywhere you go.... I guess that's the price one pays for fame.. At least He did manage to sign at least one..
Everybody Loves Jim..
He's The Man......
lol........indeed he is !
I would hit that! I love Jim Carrey!
Posted originally by Canadian Jayne
Questions re Rice....
by Canadian Jayne » Tue Sep 28, 2010 10:42 pm
Is the rice genetically altered or is it just grown in a different way
to strengthen the growth process?
Does this rice give more or less nutritive value compared to other
its grown in a different way
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