Global eco rescue tv

 

Global Eco Rescue aims to protect our planet and prevent our mass extinction.  We believe this requires placing a price tag on the benefits we enjoy from Nature. Specifically, we are helping to drive the global movement to integrate capital markets with carbon credits - generated from projects that avoid deforestation. What drives us? The old Native American proverb: "We do not inherit the earth from our ancestors, we borrow it from our children." Our belief is also summed in the phrase: "Don't blow it - good planets are hard to find."


Beyond highlighting threats to our planet, we aim to find solutions - by working with both private and public sectors, as well as everyday people. Welcome to our video website. Here we illustrate problems and suggest answers - by introducing you to people who are on the front line - and telling their stories. As the saying goes, a picture says 1000 words, and a story says 1000 pictures.


We believe one of the greatest challenges facing humanity is whether capital markets can respond to climate change and threats to our environment by appropriately valuing ecosystems.

“YOUR DESCENDANTS SHALL GATHER YOUR FRUITS.” Virgil

"You must be the change you wish to see in the world."

— Mahatma Gandhi


"A house divided against itself cannot stand."

Abraham Lincoln


"Every kingdom divided against itself is brought to desolation." Matthew 12:25

Global Eco Rescue (aka GER) is well positioned to help capital markets meet this historic challenge. Our current efforts are focused on the valuation of avoided deforestation projects and related carbon credits by capital markets. In addition to forestry carbon credits,


GER is undertaking research on models for the market valuation of other eco-system services such as watershed and biodiversity. GER is dedicated to protecting all related ecosystems and pioneering in the development of credits for ecosystem services. For details, please visit http://www.eco-rescue.com

Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger joined 26 global leaders from six countries, including China, Indonesia, Brazil, Mexico and Canada, to sign a declaration acknowledging the threats of global warming on natural resources and economic prosperity, and calling on states and provinces to build and strengthen cooperative efforts to implement strategies that can immediately reduce greenhouse gas emissions in advance of the next global agreement on climate change.

HISTORIC AGREEMENT ON CLIMATE CHANGE