The Earth Month Network, in honor of the 46th Anniversary of Earth Month, is paying tribute to former President Jimmy and First Lady Rosalynn Carter with the prestigious Life Time Achievement Award. The award honors the couple with these words:
“It is often stated that behind every good man is a great woman; indeed this is the situation at hand for many progressive years in the development of a lifelong theme ‘Together We Can Make A Difference’. Together you have made an extraordinary positive difference in thousands of individual lives globally in more ways than can be counted.
The award adds:
That process includes but not limited to decades of untiring effort and self-sacrifice building hope to find peaceful solutions to international conflicts, in the advancement of democracy, civil and human rights, preventing disease, improving mental health, promoting economic development and social justice through diplomacy and advocacy.”
Brad Follett, Founder and President of Earth Month and Earth Month Network remarked:
“The Carters’ for years have understood and implemented the five core values of natural, physical, cultural, social and economic environs, embracing them with communication, cooperation, and collaboration efforts, and are more than worthy of the Life Time Achievement Award. They have embraced the theme ‘Together We Can Make A Difference’ beseeching others to this regard,” said Follett.
For more information about Earth Month and how you can help please visit www.Earth-Month.org
Congratulations to former President Carter and First Lady Rosalynn Carter. You are both not only national treasures — you are world treasures.
The Carter Center was founded by former President Jimmy Carter, 91, and First Lady Rosalynn Carter, 88. To learn more about The Carter Center’s peace, health, democracy and human rights programs, visit their website here
. The center’s mission: Waging Peace. Fighting Disease. Building Hope.
And in so many ways they have succeeded.
A Facebook Page called Honoring Jimmy Carter has been created to pay tribute to President Carter and Mrs. Carter. You can visit/like Honoring Jimmy Carter here.