Catch-Up With Project Gaia

CANVEY ISLANDERS WHO WERE UNABLE TO ATTEND THE FINAL PRESENTATION OF PROJECT GAIA, held at the Furtherwick Park School on Wednesday, can now view the unedited videos on the project’s working Website.

For the benefit of non-Italian speakers, the following links are filtered through Yahoo’s BabelFish translation service (which still requires some improvement).

Readers can browse the project site as they normally would, without having the translation interrupted.

Click here for the warts-and-all versions of the hastily composed Furtherwick Park presentations.

Click here for the edited contributions from the project’s Dutch participants.

Notes on the visitors’ itinerary, including their interrogation of Castle Point’s MP, Bob Spink, can be downloaded (in Word .doc format) from this link: Visit notes.

With so much negative press about MPs at the moment, it is nice to be able to report something positive. As is so often the case with our Castle Point MP, Bob reorganized his day at the drop of a hat to accommodate the visiting students and give them the benefit of his extensive knowledge on environmental matters. (This on the same day as the Speaker announced his resignation and the press pack was clamoring for interviews.)