Urgent Evoke

A crash course in changing the world.

Nothing is more important than family. Everything starts there. We strive to protect. We strive to provide. And we fail and we succeed. As we move from existence through that bare survival stage that rarely allows thoughts beyond immediate needs, we progress to increasing awareness, desires, hopes-and fears of losing everything-to education opportunities, job opportunities and whatever degree of success we find.

Along the way we are hit with all kinds of “the unexpected” whether it be politics, government interventions, illnesses, plagues, natural disasters or man made disasters.

We must overcome it all. Sometimes sliding back to mere existence for a time. We ARE the family of humanity. Even when we cannot see beyond our daily existence. That is where collaboration is key. We must bring people together. But HOW?

Groups, URLS, networking, personal contact are all parts of the solution leading to collaboration. As we look around the goals and evidence provided range greatly even within the confines of this game. Just as they do in Real Life.

Here are the URLS I have gathered so far within the game, from many sources, some named, most not. Thanks to all who have posted them..



Doers club


phone to make tea



Solar Lamps


inexpensive solar and more




Global footprints



House made of bottles




























The Greater Edendale Development Initiative (GEDI) is a massive program with many objectives. One objective relating to food security is the Urban Agriculture aspect which can be found on page 3



Last Census data by zip code


SPW is the global leader in supporting young people to address the urgent health, education, and environmental issues which affect their lives, communities, and countries.



Financial Analysis 101


Food production in Singapore


collaboration essays



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Comment by Shakwei Mbindyo on March 17, 2010 at 6:46pm
+1 knowlege share. In Kenya we define family rather broadly to include our village, our clans etc. If someone from my rural village was to come to the city, it is not uncommon for them to be sent to live with me even if I have never met the person simply because we come from the same place. If we consider members of the global village or family we will likely be kinder to each other.
Comment by Patricio Buenrostro-Gilhuys on March 18, 2010 at 6:16pm
Impressive list of links!!!
Comment by Alessandra Giabbani on March 19, 2010 at 3:44pm
Amazing!!! I've learned so much! thanks a lot


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