Earth governance at its best vs at its worst
Global Community
Global Movement to Help
to serve the people of all nations, all life on Earth
June 6, 2010

by
Germain Dufour
Spiritual Leader of the Global Community
President
Global Parliament
Federation of Global Governments
Global Dialogue 2010 Main Index Portal 2010 Current News


Politics and Justice without borders:  Earth governance
( see enlargement Politics and Justice without borders:  Earth governance)
Politics and Justice without borders: Earth governance
Artwork by Germain Dufour
June 6, 2010


Investigative Report
Previous Press Releases  Index
September 26, 2008

My Short Bio
Germain Dufour
Founder and Spiritual Leader of the Global Community
President
Earth Government
(short Bio)

 
Global Law

The Global Community has established a planetary biodiversity zone now under the protection of the Global Protection Agency (GPA). We have declared a moratorium on all development in the zone, including all drilling, military testing, and any other destructive uses of the ecosystems.

The planetary biodiversity zone includes :

  • North Pole region Biodiversity zone in the North Pole region
  • South Pole region
  • all oceans
  • all forests
  • all lakes
  • all rivers and connecting streams
  • all wetlands and grasslands
  • living organisms and ecosystems in all of the above

The people of all nations are required to respect the moratorium until global law has been completed to include regulations to be enforced by the GPA.





Planetary biodiversity zone ( Part III )


Key words: Planetary biodiversity zone, biodiversity zone in the North Pole region, biosphere, rainforest, boreal forest, oceans, Earth ecosystems, global ocean, human activities, global rights, a nation sovereignty, Northwest Passage, North Pole region, criteria for sovereignty, biodiversity zone in the North, Nunavut settlements, Global Community, movement for taxation on natural resources, North America security for all life, Earth is the birth right of all life, Earth ownership, Scale of Human and Earth Rights, Global Law, global citizenship, Kyoto Protocol, global warming, climate change, global symbiotical relationship, Global protection Agency (GPA), GCNA Emergency, Rescue and Relief Centre

Table of contents
    Introduction Introduction
    Global Community concept Global Community concept
    Global rights Global rights
    Global Community criteria for sovereignty Global Community criteria for sovereignty
    Biodiversity zone in the North Pole region Biodiversity zone in the North Pole region
    Planetary biodiversity zone Planetary biodiversity zone
    Benefits of biodiversity Benefits of biodiversity
    Boreal forest Boreal forest
    The Boreal forests are threatened by human activities The Boreal forests are threatened by human activities
    Rainforest Rainforest
    Definition and description Definition and description
    Locations of temperate and tropical rainforests Locations of temperate and tropical rainforests
    Impacts of human activities on rainforest Impacts of human activities on rainforest
    Benefits of rainforest to the Global Community Benefits of rainforest to the Global Community
    Temperate rainforest Temperate rainforest
    Oceans, lakes and streams Oceans, lakes and streams
    Global warming Global warming
    What we must do to protect life and create a planetary biodiversity zone What we must do to protect life and create a planetary biodiversity zone
    Conclusion Conclusion




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