HAGÅTÑA, GUAM--(Marketwired - Feb. 7, 2014) - ECCO2 Global Partners, an alliance of non-governmental organizations, major groups, and associated stakeholders have recently announced expansion plans for civil society partnerships platforms registered and accepted into the United Nations Sustainable Development Knowledge Platform and Third International Conference on Small Island Developing States in 2014. These partnership platforms we established to support humanity and environment; the eight focal points of the Post-2015 Millennium Development Goals and Rio +20 principles on rural and social development, education, climate change and sustainable energy, oceans and seas, waste management, sustainable tourism, natural disaster resilience, health and non-communicable diseases.
ECCO2 GP Founder-Chairman, Cary Lee Peterson tells the press that he is confident that the four civil society programs active in Haiti, Jamaica, Albania, and Romania will establish a satisfactory foundation on program methodologies and framework on new program infrastructures for development and deployment in Micronesia, Guam, Samoa and other Small Island Nations that he anticipates will launch over the upcoming months in 2014, which will generate new trading commerce for local public and private sectors, and allure more financial aid sources from foreign contributors, investors, and sponsors who have interests in ECCO2 affiliated programs and partnership affiliated with the United Nations and African Caribbean Pacific - European Union Joint Parliamentary Assembly.
Recent ECCO2 Civil Society Partnerships:
· ECCO2 Haiti Programme
· Jamaica New Millennium Programme
· Albania New Millennium Programme
· Romania New Millennium Programme