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Dear Project, I find this collection of pics depressing to the human spirit. The sense of fatalism is overpowering. It is being foisted on innocent commuters striving to add value to the world and conveys the worst kind of third-worldism, a handwringing bias to presenting poorer people as passive victims, presenting extraction or transformation of raw materials as somehow negative, and I can't wait for it to go. Thank heavens that there are others in fields from economics to geology, who see the potential in even the poorest people, to create value on earth rather than sit and beg.
A great project!!!!!
When your life is more or less comfortable it's always difficult to look around and watch the world's problems. I didn't know about your organisation until two weeks ago, when our teacher began working with your web page in class. I think you're doing great work, and in my view the earth needs more people like you to show the population what they avoid looking at. If we all worked hard, the world could be a better place.
May you always have strength of spirit
Your exhibition outside St Martin's caught my eye and I identified with the profound emotion and real connection of your work with all that is important today – thank you.
The stark images and the music got tears to my eyes! It was fabulous! Thank you.
For a better world
Hello from Serres, Greece. The Club Serron for Unesco hope for a better world after UN Climate Change Conference (COP15).