PEERS & PAPERS

DEVELOPING A ROAD MAP FOR ENDING

GLOBAL DEFORESTATION

PEERS & PAPERS is a global initiative being undertaken jointly by the, 

World Climate Change Challenge (WCCC)  Geoengineering Research Alliance (GRA).

AIMS & OBJECTIVES

Even though ending unchecked, mass Deforestation is surely one of the greatest challenges of this generation, the global community has failed to come up with a workable global strategy to do so. 

Without doubt we will not be able to put an end to worldwide deforestation without enormous support and participation from the global community.

The WCCC and GRA are confident that someone within the global community has a plan, idea, or even strategy that could achieve the global community's goal.

The PEERS & PAPERS Project will provide a strong platform for,

  • Identifying new ideas from a diverse array of actors.

  • Peer Reviewing & further discuss ideas and concepts put forth

  • Presenting refined ideas and strategies to the leaders and decision makers of scores of nations and stakeholders by way of WCCC/GRA World Congress.

CALL FOR PAPERS, CONCEPTS & IDEAS

The WCCC & GRA is making a call for Papers, Concepts & Ideas from all sectors of all communities globally.

It is critically important that everyone who has and plan, idea or concept to end deforestation submits to our,

 PEERS & PAPERS SUBMISSION PAGE

The WCCC Team will compile all submissions each month and send them out to PARTICIPATING MEMBERS, within our monthly Newsletter for comments, thoughts and suggestions.

All comments and thoughts will again be shared with Participating Members as well as the person who submitted the original Plan or Idea.

 

The idea here is to provide a global think tank for each Concept and Idea which will assist submitting persons to further fine tune their overall strategies, from the suggestions made by a large, diverse array of people drawn from all nations, academic streams, industries and communities.

WORLD CONGRESS PRESENTATIONS

The WCCC will provide airfares and accommodation for up to 10 Persons to present their Papers, Concepts or Ideas in front of scores of government decision makers and other Deforestation Stakeholders at the WCCC/GRA World Congress to be held in Vietnam, January 2020.

2020 GUY CALLENDAR AWARDS

The WCCC will look to present up to 8 prestigious Guy Callendar Medallions (Awards) to authors of outstanding Papers or Concepts which members have agreed show great potential to end unchecked deforestation globally.

Winners of Guy Callendar Awards will be flown to the World Congress to present their paper or concept in Vietnam, January 2020..

 

MEMBER FEEDBACK SUGGESTIONS & COMMENTS

GRA Member participation in the review of Ideas, Concepts and Suggestions for ending unchecked Deforestation is paramount for the success of the overall goals of the project; and because ending deforestation is such a critical global task with respect the continuation of life on this planet, nobody should be too busy to spare a few minutes each month, to input their knowledge, expertise or suggestions towards developing an overall global strategy, to end unchecked global deforestation.

It is also critical that our Peer Group or Reviewers comprise a vast cross-section of academics, government, industry, agriculture, forest communities reliant on the forests,  and the community at large, of nations, including but not limited to,

  • Forestry Experts from various nations and forest types,

  • Governments of each nations which have forests within their borders,

  • Agriculturalists

  • Arboriculturalists

  • Global and National Economists

  • International & National Lawyers and Policy Makers

  • Academics

  • Relevant International Bodies

  • Relevant INGO's and NGO's

  • Climate Change experts and actors

  • Industry Decision Makers & Groups from industries reliant or which are impacted by deforestation.

  • Environmental Groups 

  • etc,

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