Collaboration in the U.S.A.

Collaboration in the U.S.A.
Collaboration in the U.S.A.
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28/01/19 17:22
Dear Colleagues:

I have just become aware of RRI and feel that its approaches would serve as a wonderful platform for sustainable practices in the U.S.A. One organization here in which I participate is The Millennium Alliance for Humanity and the Biosphere, which is based at Stanford University in California, but has national participation. In informing the mahb.stanford.edu administrative team about RRI, they were very enthused. Following is the email response I received:


Brittany Ganguly <brittany@mahbonline.org>

11:25 AM (47 minutes ago)

to me, Millenium
Dear Earon,
Thank you for reaching out to the MAHB and bringing RRI to our attention. It seems the MAHB and RRI's goals are aligned. I've enjoyed learning about using an RRI approach and believe our members would be interested in knowing more about your framework. 
Would you or someone from RRI be interested in writing a blog for the MAHB? Perhaps a post could focus on RRI as a feasible problem solving strategy to the existential threats we face, provide examples of how individuals or groups are currently using or have used RRI and any other information you'd find important. The MAHB Blog series is widely read and would offer an opportunity for you to share more about RRI with our network. Please let me know if you'd be interested in this and I can provide more details.
Additionally, I encourage you to join the MAHB as a Node. Creating a Node will allow you to share information about RRI's work and activities regularly with MAHB members. 
Let me know if you have any questions.
Looking forward to hearing from you, Brittany GangulyMAHB Communications Director 

I am not in a position to represent RRI because I am barely aware of your program and resources. However, I am devoted to your vision and would love to see more of this kind of transdisciplnary and integrative approch to problem-solving and problem-prevention in the U.S.A.  So, I would be pleased to facilitate an exchange between RRI and MAHB or other U.S. organizations. Feel free to contact me, or contact MAHB directly.

Best wishes in your important work,

Earon

Earon S. Davis, J.D., M.P.H.
Adjunct Professor, Purdue University Global
President-Elect, Bloomington Indiana Rotary Club
Bloomington, Indiana
earondavis1@gmail.com
linkedin.com/in/earon

Brittany Ganguly <brittany@mahbonline.org>

11:25 AM (40 minutes ago)

to me, Millenium
Dear Earon,
Thank you for reaching out to the MAHB and bringing RRI to our attention. It seems the MAHB and RRI's goals are aligned. I've enjoyed learning about using an RRI approach and believe our members would be interested in knowing more about your framework. 
Would you or someone from RRI be interested in writing a blog for the MAHB? Perhaps a post could focus on RRI as a feasible problem solving strategy to the existential threats we face, provide examples of how individuals or groups are currently using or have used RRI and any other information you'd find important. The MAHB Blog series is widely read and would offer an opportunity for you to share more about RRI with our network. Please let me know if you'd be interested in this and I can provide more details.
Additionally, I encourage you to join the MAHB as a Node. Creating a Node will allow you to share information about RRI's work and activities regularly with MAHB members. 
Let me know if you have any questions.
Looking forward to hearing from you, Brittany 
MAHB Communications Director 

RE: Collaboration in the U.S.A.
Answer
08/06/20 09:56 as a reply to Earon Davis.
Dear Earon, I'm too happy to see you are contributing. There are a lot of wonderful organisations that works on sustainable practices in the US however RRI has been the most  comfortable for international practices as well. I've been a RRI user for a long time and we are creating a new platform now with a new team. Recently we are looking for a property for sale in Budapest Hungary which will be our main office and we would love to see you among us. Hope to see you soon!