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Global Green Carbon Enters Relationship With Karibe Foundation

on 18-Nov-13

Quito, Ecuador - November 18th, 2013 - Global Green Carbon (GGC) announced today that they have signed a letter of intent to partner with the Karibe Foundation (Fundación KARIBE) a non-profit organization headquartered in Quito, Ecuador. KARIBE’s mission is the sustainable use, conservation and regeneration of forests and the rational use of renewable and nonrenewable natural resources. Jose Delgado, President of KARIBE stated, “We are pleased to partner with GGC. Their mission to reduce greenhouse gas emissions through sustainable and profitable measures to help create a more verdant, bio-diverse and habitable world is a complement to our own. We look forward to working with them.”

Global Green Carbon Corporation (GGC) is a worldwide project developer of carbon financed AFOLU (Agriculture, Forestry and Land Use) initiatives. GGC’s unique integrated land management strategy not only addresses one of the primary causes of global warming, but also rehabilitates degraded ecosystems, conserves bio-diversity, regenerates dwindling water resources and provides employment for marginalized communities. Pioneering projects using innovative strategies, Global Green Carbon is positioned to become a leader in the forest carbon industry.

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