I've decided to collect GEEPs. So far, I have four.
You might recall that I wrote about the international one last year when I attended a meeting in San Diego. The Global Environmental Education Partnership [GEEP] is coming to the UK this weekend for a steering committee and no doubt I'll have something to say about that.
And there's a new Irish geep, as the BBC informed us a little while ago. This poor creature is a goat / sheep hybrid which has done well even to be born alive, judging by past experience. Inevitably, it has its own YouTube video, and is more photogenic than anyone I know in either GEEP or GEEP. Not everyone is convinced it's real, however. NB, if we're getting technical here, the geep is different from a goat-sheep chimera.
Then there's geep: global electric electronic processing which "is a growing company with a professional team committed to sustainability that works hard to consistently exceed its customers’ expectations – one piece of electronics at a time." I've no idea what this means, but it's in there, and, uniquely, it has a geepstore.