To be quite honest, this site fascinates me - it's effectively a gathering of people who are really different, from wherever they may be, South Africa, America, anywhere, coming together to learn about things that are so vitally important. In effect, EVOKE should be applauded - they're doing something really useful for society and for us, the EVOKE agents. Think about it - in twenty years time, what's to say that the leaders of our world, our continents, our nations, our cities, what's to say that they won't be EVOKE members?
This type of social problem-solving engages people of all kinds - personally, I'm concerned about global issues like poverty and hunger, sure, but I'm not desperately passionate about them. What really brings me into the entire system, and I'm sure this is true for many people who are busy with this right now, is the added facet that a game like this brings to it. Think about Facebook - it's helped a lot of the issues that we deal with. How many of you see adverts from your friends to help Haitians? How many of you have been invited to Earth Hour through Facebook? See what I mean?
I guess what I'm saying is, keep up the good work, and don't forget the things that help us to remember the correct thing to do.