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Global Green Carbon Announces Launch of Subsidiary: Global Green Government Support Services, Inc.

on 8-Jun-14


Chicago, IL - Jun 8th, 2014 - Global Green Carbon Corporation (GGC) announced today that they have launched a Government Support Services (GSS) division which will focus on delivering a wide range of AFOLU, LULUCF, and other environmental services to the United States government through USAID, UNDP and their subsidiary agencies. GSS will provide cutting edge solutions for contractual bids and solicitations through their network of independent contractors, NGO's, and environmentally focused companies that pioneer technologies to reduce CO2 emissions.

Kevin Whitlock, VP Global Forestry, who has been selected to head the new division stated, "I am honored to lead this dynamic group of individuals and organizations who are dedicated to delivering sustainibility and resource preservations to impoverished people around the globe. We share the same mission and believe that if the appropriate resources are applied with integrity and passion we can make a difference."

 

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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