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The Global Community Assessment Centre (GCAC) is the assessment Centre for the Global Community. All global data are being measured and assessed by the Global Community organization. It was created to give individuals or organizations help and/or advice about negative events happening in their communities which cause concern to people, resources, industry or the environment.

GCAC is also the Centre of assessment of local/global indicators about the four major quality systems: Environment, People, Economic Development and the Availability of Resources. The assessment of these indicators will result in giving the Global Community a sense of direction as to ensure a sound future for Earth.

The GCAC is about the restoration of the planet, our home. Participate in the current work and discussion.

In order to do this GCAC will continue to amass a body of scientific information based on formal assessments such as those on Biodiversity, Climate Change, Human Development Report, World Development Report, struggle for Human and Earth Rights, life species Conservation, Health, Economic Analyses, Commission on Sustainable Development, etc., which have bridged the distance between incomplete science and contentious policy. Local and global indicators developed by the Global Community will also be used as basic scientific information.

Furthermore, no one really understands what assessment processes have been most effective in the past, or why others have failed. GCAC’s goal is to explore how assessment of local/global indicators can better link scientific understanding with the progressive implementation of effective policy solutions to global changes. Achieving this integration is fundamental. The Global Community needs this annual assessment to effectively manage global changes.

GCAC has several objectives.

GCAC is:

*     Analyzing and developing local and global policies
*     Taking contracts to manage global projects
*     Taking contracts for Earth management
*     Measuring local and global indicators
*     Measuring World Sustainable Development
*     Serving as the Global Community Assessment Centre of indicators about global changes
*     Dedicated to increasing public awareness about issues of global concern
*     Working in cooperation with individuals, industry, and government to create a global value shift toward a sustainable future for Earth
*     Disseminating information on sustainable development
*     Promoting international cooperation and a Global Community Sustainable Development through seminars and conferences, and Global Dialogues
*     Providing strategies to achieve environmental, health and safety excellence and economic success in the Global Community *     Providing a link between scientists, officials from all levels of government, economists, statisticians, environmentalists, ecologists, renewable and non-renewable resources specialists, business leaders, non-governmental organizations, educators, health and social experts, *     Aboriginals and Natives, home and community planners, and the public to explore local and global sustainable development issues
*     Serving the scientific community as a forum for the presentation and discussion of important issues related to sustainable development
*     Generating a Global Community dialogue about and for peace and sound solutions to that effect
*         Providing a Global Online Community for the general public and the opportunity for involvement and feedback into projects and programs
*     Providing the Global Community with sound solutions related to home and community sustainable development, environmental designs and sustainable buildings
*     Committed to the sustainable end of world hunger by finding sound solutions to development
*     Promoting the global adoption of energy-efficiency in order to enable a sustainable economic development and an ecological sustainable development
*     Performing Global review of projects, examine alternatives, and formulates guidelines and criteria for future local and global development
*     Establishing a permanent global dialogue to ensure a sound future for Earth
*     Coordinating the assessment of local and global indicators along with other national and international organizations
*     Establishing accounting and valuation on sustainable development; making results available to governments, research institutions, NGOs from all countries
*     Establishing the Global Community network that will conduct annual assessments of sustainable development indicators and making results available on the Internet
*     Providing gross global indicators to the Global Community
*     Developing projects and programs to promote the Global Community concept in schools
*     Establishing a warning system on environmental hazards and emergencies to help prevent disasters from happening
*     Helping countries to prevent and peacefully settle environmental disputes by initiating a process for dialogue and finding solutions
*     Proposing a local and global Code of criminal law governing transnational offences; propose minimum standards of punishment for transboundary criminal behaviour
*     Proposing joint legal instruments and policies to facilitate management of transboundary natural resources and border ecosystems, and to regulate the use of renewable natural resources
*     Proposing integrated accounts systems, business and industry accounts, economic policies, policy instruments, and private actions
*     Proposing policies and management practices to national and international organizations for the integration of environment and development at various stages of the decision-making process
*     Proposing joint projects between countries for resource management and control
*     Proposing to international institutions (World Bank, IMF, etc.) measurements of sustainable development be included in their statistics on socio-economic, trade and financial performance


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