WORLD CLIMATE CHANGE CHALLENGE

NGO PARTICIPATION

The  World Climate Change Challenge (WCCC) 

strongly believe the Deforestation of the World's Indigenous Forests must be halted totally, by 2030. 

 

Ending Deforestation is without doubt one of, if not the most important task, this generation must

see through.

 

NGO's & INGO's can play a major role in making sure the broadest possible scope of impacts on communities, health, water & food security, the environment, etc are taken into consideration within any plan to put an end to unchecked global deforestation.

The World Climate Change Challenge will be submitting a Plan to the United Nations in late 2021,  to end unchecked global deforestation, which has been composed by bringing together thousands of diverse people, organisations, universities, governments and industries who have put forth thousands of different ideas, opinions, suggestions and papers as to exactly how ending deforestation can be achieved globally.

MAKE SURE YOUR NGO's THOUGHTS AND OPINIONS ARE INCLUDED BY 

PARTICIPATING IN THE PROCESS

REGISTERING YOUR PARTICIPATION

Registering to Participate in the Drafting of a Proposal to End Deforestation, by way including national and state forest into a Global Emissions Trading Scheme​ (ETS) ensures your INGO or NGO has a voice in deciding the final outcomes and scenarios of the proposal, which will add US$billions to the economies of most nations.

REGISTERING BEFORE APRIL 3Oth 2019

INGOs and NGOs that Register before April 30th 2019 will automatically receive a seat on the Initial Oversight Board which will be tasked, (with the aid of the Secretariat) with developing, drafting and ratifying the Oversight Board's,

  • Framework of Cooperation

  • Terms & Conditions

  • Membership

  • Roles and Responsibilities

  • Time Tables

  • Scope and Goals

  • Elections

If you have any questions before completing your registration, or you have trouble registering please contact Mr Paul Phillips at paul@wccc-corp.com

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