(PRWEB) February 24, 2002
ÂChildren are the sole inheritors of the earth and we as adults have the responsibility to prepare them for that role,Â says Dr. Reese Halter from Global Forest Society, the non-profit society that funded the development of the online kidsÂ club. The society believes that early introduction to natural science and ecology is one of the most effective ways to merge children's creative energy with a foundation of science and technology.
The GF Awesome website encourages children around the world to embrace conservation, science, exploration and learning and to become tomorrow's forest stewards. The interactive and exciting website, designed and developed by THE LEVEL, offers children an excellent chance to explore the wonders of nature, participate in indoor and outdoor activities, investigate worldwide weather and challenge scientists.
When asked about the difficult task of bringing to fruition such a large website project Dr. Reese Halter commented that ÂTHE LEVEL'S integrated approach is committed to excellence and their tier 1 product speaks to the globe like no other web-team.Â When asked about working with Global Forest, David Marshall, founding partner at THE LEVEL, enthusiastically commented, ÂGF Awesome is a perfect example of the wisdom at Global Forest. Not only is the society focused on providing scientific research to todayÂs corporate and government decision makers but also to those that will soon be facing even more difficult environmental decisions.Â
About THE LEVEL
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About Global Forest Society
Global Forest supports over 115 scientists from 29 Universities in 9 countries on 3 continents. Together, we are short circuiting ecological disasters, protecting fragile ecosystems, saving endangered species, discovering new species, pioneering scientific methods to gain knowledge about how trees and forests function, monitoring global climate change and working with First Peoples to preserve cultural knowledge and enhance economic and community stability.