The Global Community has had work on previous Global Community Earth Government aspects and issues ever since 1985. A short list of our previous work on the Global Community Earth Government aspects and issues. A short list of our previous work on the Global Community Earth Government aspects and issues is shown here

For more recent work on Global Community Earth Government aspects and issues read the following table.

 Month/year  Theme and Author  Read contents
 October 22, 2007   Investigative report concerning the Northwest Passage, Canadian territory of Nunavut , and Canada Sovereignty
by Germain Dufour, Spiritual Leader of the Global Community
The creation of Nunavut was the outcome of the largest aboriginal land claims agreement between the Canadian government and the native Inuit people. The Inuit is one of the first indigenous peoples in the Americas to achieve self-government. They have the right to participate in decisions regarding the land and water resources, and rights to harvest wildlife on their lands. Conservation, restoration, and management of the Earth resources is about asking ourselves the question of "Who owns the Earth?" The Global Community has proposed a democracy for the people based on the fact that land, the air, water, oil, minerals, and all other natural resources rightly belong to the Global Community along with the local communities where those resources are found. The Earth is the birthright of all life. To gain control of the Northwest Passage, Canada would have to show strong Earth management initiatives and the protection of its environment. Without the fulfillment of the Global Community criteria for sovereignty no one can claim ownership - sovereignty - of both Nunavut and the Northwest Passage. In Nunavut there is also a vast array of different life-form communities such as the polar bears, caribou, Arctic foxes, seals, beluga whales, northern fulmars, and those communities of organisms that inhabit the sea floor like brittle stars, worms, zooplankton, microalgae, bivalves and some of the lesser known sea spiders. And there are many more. Everyone of those global communities have an Earth right of ownership of the North and of all its natural resources. It is their birthright. They dont express themselves in English, but we understand them. Human beings have a moral obligation to protect and conserve the biodiversity of life on Earth. Fot the protection of those global communities we will need to create a biodiversity zone in the North by way of Earth rights and taxation of natural resources. We are all members of the Global Community. We all have the duty to protect the rights and welfare of all species and all people.
This letter may be a starting place for a group global discussion and roundtable on the issues of Canada sovereignty in the Nunavut and the control of the Northwest Passage. If you wish to send a reply I will post it on the Global Community website at
http://globalcommunitywebnet.com/EmailDiscussions/ and http://globalcommunitywebnet.com/GPA/2008discussionroundtables.htm
For now I started the process by researching and writing a paper concerned with the issues, and you will find the paper at
http://globalcommunitywebnet.com/GIMProceedings/gimLetterNP.htm

  Read  Investigative report  concerning the Northwest Passage, Canadian territory of Nunavut , and Canada Sovereignty
 July 30, 2007   Earth Government
An Earth Government would co-ordinate, fund, oversee and manage the following key responsibilities: a global energy strategy with renewable sources at its core; an Earth Health Agency; an Earth Environment Agency; an Earth Education Agency; an Earth Defence Force; an Emergency Planning Agency; a global transport strategy; an Earth Trade Agency; an Earth Space Agency; and an Earth Justice Agency.
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 July 19, 2007   The Militarization and Annexation of North America, by Stephen Lendman
lendmanstephen@sbcglobal.net

The Security and Prosperity Partnership (SPP) unmasked
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