Tuesday, 27 May 2014

Civil Society makes an observed relation on Economy Development in the Caribbean and pacific islands

A task taken from the United States of America has issued an procedure statement for the SIDS Final Preparation Committee Meeting being held in June of 2014 at the United Nations Department of of Sustainable Development (NY) Concerning new voluntary engaging  and partnerships for  sustainable development, climate change and creation of global partnerships to help raise biodiversity and economy in the small Island Developing states SIDS.  
The procedure statement issued to the United Nations Department of Sustainable Development from Cary Lee Peterson one of the main NGO represent-or to the UN (United Nations) and accredited IGO represent-or to European Parliament understanding details on the plans that are being performed and arrange by major groups and Civil Society  the act of process at the United Nations and European Parliament, which are theme  supporters for groups, being aware, and post-2015 de
velopment on sustainable energy solutions, anti-corruption and human traffickingsustainable housing, and economic development in Mariana Islands, Haiti, Jamaica, Mauritius, Guinea Bissau, Belize, Guyana, Samoan Islands, Micronesia, Dominican Republic, Cuba, and Puerto Rico.
Peterson's action plan for SIDS solution Recent and future development for international trading commerce between the Asia-Pacific, Americas, Persian Gulf, and Eastern Europe to create job opportunities through great extent supply by chains for export and import goods, energy efficiency solutions, rural development, in addition to more educational programs on human rights and social development within local communities.
Major groups, as ECCO2-GP continues to create new ideas, delivered from civil society engage and launch of partnerships to raise awareness through forums, meetings, and conferences as 2014 Third International Conference on Small Islands Developing States tht will be held from 1st - 4th of September 2014 in Faleata Sports Complex in Apia, Independent State of Samoa. 

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