COP18 & CMP8 Leaves NGOs and Suppliers With New Opportunities for Green Technology Supply Chains to Support Climate Change
NEW YORK, Dec. 7, 2012 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- The 2012 COP18 & CMP8 UN Climate Change Conference held by United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change in Doha, Qatar will conclude its meetings today with Post-COP18/CMP8 Negotiation meetings and closing press conferences from Parties and observer organizations supporting the awareness and negotiations that will enable expansion for supply chains to several green product and service suppliers as ECCO2 Tech, a subsidiary of holding company, RVPlus, Inc. (OTCQB:RVPL).
ECCO2 Tech has maintained a robust working relationship with Center for Climate Change and Environmental Studies, an observer organization for UNFCCC and ECCO2 Corp, an admitted NGO for UNDESA, Concile Mondial de Congrès Diplomatiques des Aumôniers pour la Paix Universelles des Droits Humains et Juridiques ("CMOCDAPUNDHJ"), and Cabinet Alescio & Stafford, to development and deploy programs with developing countries to create jobs, spread awareness for climate change, enable sustainable and efficient energy solutions, and enhance forestry and agriculture through use of its family of green products.
RVPlus filed two material agreements to total projected revenue of over $250 million in the next year from clean development mechanisms operating in Nigeria and Haiti. 'ECCO2 Civil Society Programme' founders, Cary Lee Peterson, CEO for RVPlus, Inc. and Dr. Aminu Zakari, Executive Director for Center for Climate Change & Environmental Studies believe that the first two ECCO2 Civil Society Programme can set a tone for other nations that are seeking to form a global alliance, as discussed at several press conferences and side events during COP18/CMP8 UN Climate Change Conference over the past two weeks. ECCO2 and Center for Climate Change have scheduled a Post-COP18/CMP8 Negotiation forum in Doha and virtual conferences for Parties and NGOs to attend that will take place December 7 through December 14, 2012.
There are about 40 countries in participation of this 'global green alliance' to support goals set at Rio+20, Kyoto Protocol, and new agreements entered during COP18/CMP8. Such an alliance will secure vast job and business opportunities for manufacturers, distributors, and exporters as ECCO2 Tech.
For more details about RVPlus, Inc. and ECCO2 Tech, go to http://www.ecco2tech.com/.
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