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[1]Links to previous Newsletters are shown here
Volume 6 Issue 10 October 2008
[2]http://globalcommunitywebnet.com/GIMProceedings/GNewsOct2008.htm
Politics and Justice without borders
Global Community
Global Movement to Help

Theme this month :
Planetary biodiversity zone ( Part III )

Investigative Report
by
Germain Dufour
Spiritual Leader of the Global Community
President
Earth Government

Global Law[3] [cid:part2.48F5E6C7.8560D0F5@telus.net]

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 : [4] [cid:part2.48F5E6C7.8560D0F5@telus.net]

* North Pole region [5] [cid:part2.48F5E6C7.8560D0F5@telus.net]
* 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.[6]
[cid:part2.48F5E6C7.8560D0F5@telus.net]

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Table of Contents
This is the way [8] Message from the Spiritual Leader of the Global Community
Message from the Editor [9] GIM Message from the Editor
Message from the President of Earth Government [10] Message from the President of Earth
Government
Cultural Appreciation Day August 22 of each year [11] Cultural Appreciation Day August 22
of each year
Life Day Celebration on May 26 was a success [12] Life Day Celebration May 26 was a success
Twenty three years ago, on October 29, 1985, the Global Community organization was
created.[13] Twenty three years ago, on October 29, 1985, the Global Community organization
was created.
Participate now in Global Dialogue 2009, no fees [14] Participate now in Global Dialogue
2009
Global Dialogue 2009 Introduction [15] Global Dialogue 2009 Introduction
Global Dialogue 2009 Program [16] Global Dialogue 2009 Program
Global Dialogue 2009 OVERVIEW of the process [17] Global Dialogue 2009 OVERVIEW of the
process
Global Dialogue 2009 Call for Papers [18] Global Dialogue 2009 Call for Papers
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Press releases

Planetary biodiversity zone ( Part III ) [19] [cid:part2.48F5E6C7.8560D0F5@telus.net]
An investigative report

This one is for you Obama, McCain, Palin and Biden [20]
[cid:part4.48F5E6C7.8560D0F5@telus.net]
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We seek more symbiotical relationships with people and organizations[21] We seek more
symbiotical relationships
Note concerning personal info sent to us by email[22] Note concerning personal info sent
to us by email
We have now streamlined the participation process in the Global Dialogue[23] We have now
streamlined the participation process in the Global Dialogue
Press Release concerning the 22 nd Year Anniversary of the Global Community
organization [24] Press Release concerning the 22 nd Year Anniversary of the Global
Community organization
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[25]GIM daily proclamations main website
Authors of research papers and articles on global issues for this month

Partha Banerjee, Meltdown On Wall Street: Grave Warning For India [26]
[cid:part4.48F5E6C7.8560D0F5@telus.net]
Praful Bidwai, Nuclear Waiver - Blow To Non-Proliferation [27]
[cid:part4.48F5E6C7.8560D0F5@telus.net]
Yu Bin, China Still On-Side With Russia [28] [cid:part4.48F5E6C7.8560D0F5@telus.net]
Ramzy Baroud, Global Realignment: How Bush Inspired A New World Order [29]
[cid:part4.48F5E6C7.8560D0F5@telus.net]
Steve Connor, The Methane Time Bomb [30] [cid:part4.48F5E6C7.8560D0F5@telus.net]
Guy CREQUIE (5)

Sauvons la banquise et l'humanit� [31] [cid:part4.48F5E6C7.8560D0F5@telus.net]
PRINCIPE DHARMONIE ET REALITE SOCIALE = LE CHEMIN DE LA TRANSFORMATION [32]
[cid:part4.48F5E6C7.8560D0F5@telus.net]
CONCEPTS..ET ACTUALITE DU MONDE = QUELQUES REFLEXIONS [33]
[cid:part4.48F5E6C7.8560D0F5@telus.net]
Adolescence et violence = Non � l'universalisme de la finitude assassasine [34]
[cid:part4.48F5E6C7.8560D0F5@telus.net]
Droits de l'homme et devoir d'humanit�[35] [cid:part4.48F5E6C7.8560D0F5@telus.net]

Peter Chamberlin, Overcoming Human Nature: The Revolution Of The Meek [36]
[cid:part4.48F5E6C7.8560D0F5@telus.net]
Germain Dufour (2)

This one is for you Obama, McCain, Palin and Biden [37]
[cid:part4.48F5E6C7.8560D0F5@telus.net]
Planetary biodiversity zone ( Part III ) [38] [cid:part4.48F5E6C7.8560D0F5@telus.net]

Tom Engelhardt, Going On An Imperial Bender [39] [cid:part4.48F5E6C7.8560D0F5@telus.net]
Barry Grey, Panic Sell-Off On Wall Street [40] [cid:part4.48F5E6C7.8560D0F5@telus.net]
Dean Hepburn, The Blue Crystal Ball [41] [cid:part4.48F5E6C7.8560D0F5@telus.net]
Robert Kuttner, Only a Roosevelt-Scale Counterrevolution Can Prevent Great Depression
II [42] [cid:part4.48F5E6C7.8560D0F5@telus.net]
Dot Maver, Peace Partnership International [43] [cid:part4.48F5E6C7.8560D0F5@telus.net]
Jason Miller, Murdering Mother Earth [44] [cid:part4.48F5E6C7.8560D0F5@telus.net]
Triaka Smith, U.S. FOREIGN POLICY [45] [cid:part4.48F5E6C7.8560D0F5@telus.net]
David Swanson, Why We're Planning To Prosecute Cheney And Bush [46]
[cid:part4.48F5E6C7.8560D0F5@telus.net]
Beth Weaver, South Africa: A 21st Century Struggle [47]
[cid:part4.48F5E6C7.8560D0F5@telus.net]
Cliff Wirth, Surviving Peak Oil: Obstacles To Relocation [48]
[cid:part4.48F5E6C7.8560D0F5@telus.net]
David Yarnold, What Iceland Can Teach America [49] [cid:part4.48F5E6C7.8560D0F5@telus.net]

Conclusion to investigative report Planetary biodiversity zone ( Part III )

The rate of world population growth is beginning to decline, but the total number of people
could still double or even triple from todays 6.7 billion before stabilizing a century or
more from now. Women in most countries are still having more than the two-child average
consistent with a stable population size. Moreover, so many young people are now entering
or moving through their childbearing years that even a two-child average would still boost
population size for a few decades until the momentum of past growth subsides. Yet there is
reason for optimism. The combination of access to family planning and other reproductive
health services, education for girls and economic opportunity for women could lower
birthrates enough to stabilize world population well before a doubling of todays total.

Motivation, rather than differential access to modern contraception is a major determinant
of fertility. Individuals frequently respond to scarcity by having fewer children, and to
perceived improved economic opportunity by having more children. Economic development does
not cause family size to shrink; rather, at every point where serious economic opportunity
beckons, family size preferences expand. In fact we observed that:

a) Foreign aid conveys to the recipients the perception of improving economic
wellbeing, which is followed by an increase in the fertility of the recipients of the
aid.

b) Migrations from regions of low economic opportunity to places of higher economic
opportunity result in an increase in the fertility of the migrants that persists for a
generation or two.

The need is not to control population growth. Governments cannot control childbearing and
attempts to do so have sometimes led to coercive approaches to reproduction that violate
human rights. The need is rather to expand the power individuals have over their own lives,
especially by enabling them to choose how many children to have and when to have them.

The well-being of the world's forests is closely linked to the health and well-being of
women. Investing in education for girls helps them to:

a) contribute to their national economies, and

b) postpone childbearing until they are ready for a family.

Providing credit and other economic opportunities for women creates alternatives to early
and frequent childbearing. Finally, better access to quality reproductive health services
directly benefits women and their families. These approaches increase human capacity,
providing the greatest long term return to societies, individuals and the environment.
Moreover, they are likely to lead to an early peak in world population in the coming
century, quite possibly at levels that can co-exist with forests that teem with human and
non-human life for centuries to come.Comprehensive population policies are an essential
element in a world development strategy that combines access to reproductive health
services, to education and economic opportunities, to improved energy and natural resource
technologies, and to healthyer models of consumption and the "good life."

Policies to decrease world population:

delay reproduction until later in life
Delaying reproduction is important in influencing population growth rates. Over a period of
60 years, if people delay reproduction until they are 30 years old, you would have only two
generations, while if you do not delay reproduction you would have three generations (one
generation every 20 years).

spread your children farther apart

to have fewer children overall

government commitment to decreasing population growth: create policies that help
decreasing the number of children being born. Policies such as income tax deductions for
dependent children and maternity and paternity leaves are essentially pronatalist and
should be eliminated.

programs that are locally designed and that include information on family planning and
access to contraceptives

educational programs that emphasize the connection between family planning and social
good The vast disparities in reproductive health worldwide and the greater vulnerability of
the poor to reproductive risk point to several steps all governments can take, with the
support of other sectors, to improve the health of women and their families:
* Give women more life choices. The low social and economic status of women and girls
sets the stage for poor reproductive health

* Invest in reproductive health care

* Encourage delays in the onset of sexual activity and first births

* Help couples prevent and manage unwanted childbearing

* Ensure universal access to maternal health care

* Support new reproductive health technologies

* Increase efforts to address the HIV pandemic

* Involve communities in evaluating and implementing programs

* Develop partnerships with the private sector, policymakers and aid donors to broaden
support for reproductive health

* Measure Progress

More and more young people on every continent want to start bearing children later in life
and to have smaller families than at any time in history. Likewise, in greater proportions
than ever, women and girls in particular want to go to school and to college, and they want
to find fulfilling and well-paid employment. Helping people in every country obtain the
information and services they need to put these ambitions into effect is all that can be
done, and all that needs to be done, to bring world population growth to a stable landing
in the new century.

Our planet is populated with living beings consisting of millions of different life forms
interacting with each other to survive, thus forming an intricate web of life in different
ecosystems on the planet. The interaction and interdependence between life forms are the
driving force that creates and maintains an ecological - environmental equilibrium that has
sustained life on Earth for millions of years enabling it to evolve, flourish and
diversify. The Global Community values Earths diversity in all its forms, the non-human as
well as the human.

Virtually all life on earth, directly or indirectly, depends on photosynthesis as a source
of food, energy, and Oxygen, making it one of the most important biochemical processes
known. It is a part of the global life-support systems and is a right that needs protecting
at all costs. The right and responsibility that human beings have in protecting
photosynthesis has the highest importance on the Scale of Global Rights. [50]
[cid:part2.48F5E6C7.8560D0F5@telus.net]

On Earths surface exists a diversity of arctic, temperate and tropical ecosystems with many
different varieties of plants, animals, and human beings, all of which are dependent on
soils, waters and local climates. Biodiversity, the diversity of organisms, depends on
maintenance of ecodiversity, the diversity of ecosystems. Cultural diversity which in
effect is a form of biodiversity is the historical result of humans fitting their
activities, thoughts and language to specific geographic ecosystems. Therefore, whatever
degrades and destroys ecosystems is both a biological and a cultural source.

Earth is mostly covered with oceans. Though generally recognized as several 'separate'
oceans, these waters comprise one global, interconnected body of salt water forming the
Global Ocean. This concept of a global ocean as a continuous body of water with relatively
free interchange among its parts is of fundamental importance to the Global Community. The
major oceanic divisions are defined in part by the continents, and various archipelagos.
These divisions are the Pacific Ocean, the Atlantic Ocean, the Indian Ocean, the Southern
Ocean (which is sometimes subsumed as the southern portions of the Pacific, Atlantic, and
Indian Oceans), and the Arctic Ocean (which is sometimes considered a sea of the Atlantic).
The Pacific and Atlantic may be further subdivided by the equator into northerly and
southerly portions. Smaller regions of the oceans are called seas, gulfs, bays and other
names. There are also some smaller bodies of saltwater that are on land and not
interconnected with the Global Ocean, such as the Aral Sea, and the Great Salt Lake though
they may be referred to as 'seas', they are actually salt lakes.

Despite their huge size, the oceans have been greatly affected by human activity. Pollution
and overfishing are two major concerns.

The Arctic is one of the most beautiful and forbidding places on Earth, where temperatures
regularly plunge well below zero and the time between sunset and sunrise is sometimes
measured in months rather than hours. Yet despite these difficult conditions a variety of
people and animals have adapted to thrive at the top of the world, including vibrant
communities and iconic animal species.

The Arctic Ocean is facing incredible pressures. As goes the Arctic, so goes the planet.
There is no single Arctic treaty, so it is up to the Global Community to save this vital
part of our planet. And this is one of the reasons for creating the planetary biodiversity
zone.

Oceans add considerable inertia to the climate system, slowing it down, and hence increase
the time it takes the system to respond to change. Responsive change in ocean circulation
patterns, such as the thermohaline circulation system that controls the behaviour of the
Atlantic Gulf Stream, can also significantly modify the primary changes in atmospheric
circulation.

Greenland ice cores and ocean sediments confirm that such modifications can have dramatic
effects on regional climates, effects that may occur within the space of decades, and can
last for centuries. Hence oceans add an additional major element of irreversibility, on
human time scales, to global climate change.

Historically, CO[2] taken up in the biological carbon cycle was approximately equal to the
CO[2] released. The global production of carbon fixed by plants was then equal to the
global ecosystem respiration that comprised respiration by plants plus respiration by all
other living things on land. On a global basis, there was no net flux of carbon to or from
the atmosphere, and there was not net change in carbon storage in terrestrial ecosystems
(globally). Unfortunately, human activities have recently been converting forested
landscapes to grazed, cultivated, or urban landscapes.

Deforestation is the removal of trees, often as a result of human activities. It is often
cited as one of the major causes of the enhanced greenhouse effect. Trees remove carbon (in
the form of carbon dioxide) from the atmosphere during the process of photosynthesis. Both
the rotting and burning of wood releases this stored carbon carbon dioxide back in to the
atmosphere.

A rainforest is a biome, a forested area where the annual rainfall is high. Some mention
1000 mm of rain each year as a limit of what is a rainforest, but that definition is far
from complete. Rainforests are primarily found in tropical climates, although there are a
few examples of rainforests in temperate regions as well. As well as prodigious rainfall,
many rainforests are characterized by a high number of resident species, and a great
biodiversity. It is also estimated that rainforests provide up to 40% of the oxygen
currently found in the atmosphere.

Forests store large amounts of CO[2], buffering the CO[2] in the atmosphere. The carbon
retained in the Amazon basin is equivalent to at least 20% of the entire atmospheric CO[2].
Destruction of the forests would release about four fifths of the CO[2] to the atmosphere.
Half of the CO[2] would dissolve in the oceans but the other half would be added to the 16%
increase already observed this century, accelerating world temperature increases. Another
impact of tropical rainforest destruction would be to reduce the natural production of
nitrous oxide (NO). Tropical forests and their soils produce up to one half of the world's
NO which helps to destroy stratospheric ozone. Any increase in stratospheric ozone would
warm the stratosphere but lower global surface temperatures.

Dense tropical forests also have a great effect on the hydrological cycle through
evapotranspiration and the reduction of surface runoff. With dense foliage, about a third
of the rain falling on the forest never reached the ground, being re-evaporated off the
leaves.

Today there is a net loss of biomass through:

a) deforestation and land use conversion
b) worldwide burning of fossil fuels

We have shown in this report that several events have contributed to the planetary state of
emergency: [51] [cid:part2.48F5E6C7.8560D0F5@telus.net]

A) widespread poverty and hunger in more than half the world population

B) The global warming of the planet due to human activities

C) Climate change

D) Economic and military invasion of nations by the United States and NATO

E) Absence of fair and democratic global governance at the United Nations and
European Union

F) Our global environment and global life-support systems are threatened by:

* any of the above mentioned events
* pollution worldwide
* the U.S.A. military exploded war heads over the bottom of the Indian ocean, and that
scenario created a tsunami wave in 2004. [52] [cid:part6.48F5E6C7.8560D0F5@telus.net]
Just a test, said the captain of the submarine that did it.
* the U.S.A. military exploded war heads to melt the Polar Cap and glaciers. All nations
capable of such an extreme action against humanity and all life on Earth must be
disarmed and pay for the independent global investigation. The United States is the
only nation that would profit from the melting of the North Pole and is capable of such
an extreme action against humanity and all life. Blood resources. [53]
[cid:part7.48F5E6C7.8560D0F5@telus.net]

The Global Community is now applying more emphasis on the urgent need from the people of
all nations to give everyone essential services. [54]
[cid:part2.48F5E6C7.8560D0F5@telus.net]

Today, earquakes, cyclones and other natural disasters, as well as human made global
destruction and disasters, require a rapid and efficient response from the world to help
those in needs. We need to be organized and ready to help. We need all nations to be a part
of this Global Movement to Help. [55] [cid:part2.48F5E6C7.8560D0F5@telus.net]

Great ocean currents swirl around the Earth, many of them thousands of kilometres long.
Some are warm currents, some are cold. These currents have an enormous effect on the
world's weather systems. Oceans also have layers of water at different temperatures.

The Global Ocean has a great impact on the biosphere. The evaporation of these oceans is
how we get most of our rainfall, and their temperature determines our climate and wind
pattern. The Global Ocean serves many functions, especially affecting the weather and
temperature. Oceans moderate the Earth's temperature by absorbing incoming solar radiation
(stored as heat energy). The continuously moving ocean currents distribute this heat energy
around the globe. This heats the land and air during winter and cools it during summer.

Oceans support the greatest variety of life on earth, from microscopic plankton to giant
whales. The deepest parts of the oceans have barely begun to be explored, and new life
forms are being discovered every year by deep ocean submersible machines.

The Global Community is defined around a given territory, that territory being the planet
as a whole, as well as a specific population, which is the Global Community. [56]
[cid:part2.48F5E6C7.8560D0F5@telus.net] The Global Community has the power to make the laws
of the land and to make the rules for the territory of the Earth. Global Law has been and
continue to be researched and developed for this purpose.

The definition of the Global Community concept is truly the 21st century "philosophy of
life" framework, some called it the religion of the third millennium, others called it the
politics of the future generations now. This definition includes all people, all life on
Earth. It also implicitly says that no-one in particular owns the Earth but we all own it
together. Not just us people, but all life on Earth owns it. The beginning of life
stretches as far back as 4 billion years, and so Life claims its birthright of ownership of
Earth.

We are all members of the Global Community. We all have the duty to protect the rights and
welfare of all species and all people. No humans have the right to encroach on the
ecological space of other species and other people, or treat them with cruelty and
violence. All life species, humans and cultures, have intrinsic worth. They are subjects,
not objects of manipulation or ownership. No humans have the right to own other species,
other people or the knowledge of other cultures through patents and other intellectual
property rights. Defending biological and cultural diversity is a duty of all people.
Diversity is an end in itself, a value, a source of richness both material and cultural.
All members of the Global Community including all humans have the right to food and water,
to safe and clean habitat, to security of ecological space. These rights are natural
rights, they are birthrights given by the fact of existence on Earth and are best protected
through community rights and global commons. They are not given by states or corporations,
nor can they be extinguished by state or corporate action. No state or corporation has the
right to erode or undermine these natural rights or enclose the commons that sustain all
through privatisation or monopoly control.

Conservation, restoration, and management of the Earth resources is about asking ourselves
the question of "Who owns the Earth?" The large gap between rich and poor is connected to
ownership and control of the planet's land and of all other Earth natural resources. We,
the Global Community, must now direct the wealth of the world towards the building of
local-to-global economic democracies in order to meet the needs for food, shelter,
universal healthcare, education, and employment for all. The Global Community has proposed
a democracy for the people based on the fact that land, the air, water, oil, minerals, and
all other natural resources rightly belong to the Global Community along with the local
communities where those resources are found. The Earth is the birthright of all life. The
Global Economic Model proposed by the Global Community is truly the best response to the
world.

Since year 1985 the Global Community has organized the Global Dialogue to probe the Peoples
of the world, people from all nations, as to what it will take to make living on Earth
sustainable, now and for the next generations. Results were published in our
Proceedings. [57] Global Proceedings of the Global Community

Global Rights year one[58] Global Rights year one is a new impetus of the Global Community
to educate everyone about the need for a change in thinking and of doing things amongst all
nations. We need to realize what is a priority, what is the most important, and what is the
least important for our survival. We need to make hard choices. We need a clear vision. We
need a common vision. And we must all change! There are many important aspects of our lives
we can no longer do, or should never do anymore. They are destructive. Humanity and all
life can no longer afford activities that destroy life and the global environment, and
certainly the military is a major one. And there are other activities we must do, thousands
of them, to assure the survival of life on Earth. In view of the planetary state of
emergency, which we declared a shorth while ago, we all must change, we must do things
differently to give life on Earth a better survival chance.

And this is what Global Rights year one is about: to establish global fundamentals and a
clear vision to follow, and to offer the people of all nations the Global Movement to Help.

Perhaps the Scale of Global Rights represents the strongest pillar of our vision.

In 1985, the Scale of Human and Earth Rights was first proposed as a replacement to the
Universal Declaration of Human Rights. After several decades of research and development,
many global dialogues, we still find the Scale as the best solution to global problems. The
Scale has now been titled the Scale of Global Rights. [59] Scale of Global Rights [60]Human
and Earth rights [61]Scale of Human and Earth Rights [62]Chapter X of the Global
Constitution is about the Scale of Human and Earth Rights

Today, we are presenting once more the Scale as the best educating tool to bring about the
change the people of the world need to achieve for their own survival.

Thus global rights include:
* Human rights
* Rights of global citizens
* Earth rights
* Peace and Justice rights for all life as researched and developed by the Global
Community
* Rights of global politics, and Earth Government
* Rights of global justice for all life
* Rights of global protection for all life

Global rights are defined in details in the section the Scale of Global Rights. [63]
[cid:part2.48F5E6C7.8560D0F5@telus.net]

These rights are dependent of their position on the Scale of Global Rights.

The Global Community was the first in defining 'a nation', 'a global community' with
respect to the concept of global rights. A nation is defined primarily by its people, its
communities; arts, history, social, languages, religious and cultural aspects included.
Fundamentally a nation or a state is defined as "a politically unified population occupying
a specific area of land".

A global community has a well defined criteria based on global symbiotical relationships.
And it does not require the occupation of a specific area of land. These relationships
allow a global equitable and peaceful development and a more stable and inclusive global
economy.

The definition of the Global Community is:

"The Global Community is defined as being all that exits or occurs at any location at any
time between the Ozone layer above and the core of the planet below."
The Global Community is this great, wide, wonderful world made of all these diverse global
communities.

And this brings us closer to define a proper, more meaningful, 21st Century criteria for
sovereignty.

Global Community criteria for sovereignty:
* a global community is in place
* the land and its natural resources are just enough to live a sustainable life and for a
healthy living
* the community governs its owns affairs as per the Scale of Human and Earth Rights,
Global Law, Global Constitution, and the protection of the environment and of the
global life-support systems
* a symbiotical relationship exists between the citizens and the Global Community
* a democracy based on the fact that land, the air, water, oil, minerals, and all other
natural resources within the community rightly belongs to the community along with the
Global Community, and that the Earth is the birthright of all life
* Earth management and taxation of all Earth natural resources

Now that we have established the criteria of sovereignty with its responsibility and
accountability, let us see the Global Community perspective concerning the Canadian
sovereignty claim of the Northwest Passage, Nunavut, Greenland, and who truly owns the
North Pole region, and in fact who truly owns the Earth and all its natural resources.

Without this criteria no one can claim ownership - sovereignty - of Nunavut, Greenland, the
Northwest Passage and, truly, the entire North Pole region. Canada does not own the area of
Nunavut or that of the North West territories. Like we have explained above putting a flag
on Moon does not give you ownership. Our first explorers did not own the land just because
they stepped foot on North America. Just because you put a flag on Mount Everest means you
own the mountain. You dont! And the Inuit dont own Nunavut either. The population density
of Nunavut is 0.015 persons per square kilometer. So 82.4% of Nunavut is practically empty
of people. One can say Nunavut is mostly without people. If someday a colony is set up on
the Moon will that mean the people making up the colony owns the Moon? No it does not! The
people of the colony could say they own an area large enough for their own survival, a
sustainable living. Not the entire Moon. Similarly for the Inuit people. They dont own
Nunavut. The Inuit are in large part being taken care of by the Canadian Government. They
are being used by the Canadian Government to claim soverighty of Nunavut. Somewhat like the
colony on the Moon would be taken care of by the nation on Earth. So the Inuit people can
only claim to own a small area around their communities. This means that people from all
over the world could come to settle a community in Nunavut.

The Earth and all its natural resources belong to all the "global communities" contained
therein. A village, or a city is "a global community" and owns the land around its
boundaries. Along with the Global Community, it has ownership of all natural resources
within its boundaries.

Land here, by definition, covers all naturally occurring resources like surface land, the
air, minerals deposits (gold, oil and gas etc), water, electromagnetic spectrum, the trees,
fish in the seas and rivers. It is unjust to treat land as private property or a commodity.
Land is not a product of labor. Everyone should therefore be given equal access to all
natural resources.

Global Community fundamentals concerning the question of "Who owns the Earth?" has been
integrated into our global economic system that stipulates:

you own a property, use it, share it, or lose it

This principle also applies to banks and similar institutions all over the world. You own
property because the owners could not pay. Use that property, or share it or lose it. Wall
Street is cerainly a prime owner of property and is included with this principle.

Only the Global Community can rightfully claim ownership of the Earth.

Global rights and the taxation of natural resources can each be used to create and protect
this biodiversity zone in Nunavut and over the entire North Pole region. The Inuit
government and the Canadian government are invited to start the process of creating such
zone. The Global Community has set aside a specific region to create and protect a
biodiversity zone in the North Pole region.

[cid:part11.48F5E6C7.8560D0F5@telus.net]
Map #1
( see enlargement [64] Planetary Biodiversity Zone: North Pole region )
Planetary Biodiversity Zone: North Pole region
Artwork by Germain Dufour
September 26, 2008

The Global Community has also established a planetary biodiversity zone now under the
protection of the Global Protection Agency (GPA).

[cid:part12.48F5E6C7.8560D0F5@telus.net]
Map #2
( see enlargement [65] Planetary Biodiversity Zone: oceans, rivers, lakes and forests )
Planetary Biodiversity Zone: oceans, rivers, lakes and forests
Artwork by Germain Dufour
September 25, 2008

We have declared a moratorium on all development in the zone.

The planetary biodiversity zone includes :

* 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 [66]
[cid:part2.48F5E6C7.8560D0F5@telus.net] has been completed to include regulations to be
enforced by the GPA.[67] [cid:part2.48F5E6C7.8560D0F5@telus.net]

The Earth and all its natural resources belong to all the "global communities" contained
therein. A village, or a city is "a global community" and owns the land around its
boundaries. Along with the Global Community, it has ownership of all natural resources
within its boundaries.

It is well known that the planet's diversity is being threatened. The effect that human
activities have had on our planet have become a major concern. Erosion, pollution,
desertification, increased rates of extinction can all be traced back to human activities
and are now starting to completely change the future of life on the planet.

Adding to this problem of climate change, warmer temperatures, is the melting of the Polar
Cap due to the U.S.A. military exploding nuclear war heads to melt the Polar Cap and
glaciers. All nations capable of such an extreme action against humanity and all life on
Earth must be disarmed and pay for the independent global investigation. The United States
is the only nation that would profit from the melting of the North Pole and is capable of
such an extreme action against humanity and all life. Blood resources. [68]
[cid:part2.48F5E6C7.8560D0F5@telus.net] The United States is the only nation that would
profit from the melting of the North Pole and is capable of such an extreme action against
humanity and all life on Earth by exploding nuclear bombs to melt glaciers and North Pole
cap. The Earth Court of Justice will see that Justice is done. In view of the planetary
state of emergency, the Global Community says: for the protection of all life on Earth, a
preventive principle is our only alternative. You are guilty until you can prove otherwise.
Global Law must be applied. The United States must pay for the independent investigation.
Would you agree?

Our rapid human population expansion, need, greed, and ignorance, have caused alarming
destruction of the Earth's living resources. As a result, thousands of life forms have been
threatened, endangered, or extinct. At current rate of destruction over 50% of species of
life forms will be wiped out within 50 years seriously compromising the integrity of life
on Earth. In fact, this magnitude of destruction will have unknown consequences with
respect to the food supply, environment, climate, and the overall well being of the planet.

Human activities are responsible for most of the species extinctions, in particular
destruction of plant and animal habitats, often being driven by human consumption of
organic resources. When they are not food species, their biomass is converted into human
food, and their habitat is transformed into pasture, cropland, and orchards. The ecosystem
decreases in stability as its species are made extinct and the global ecosystem is destined
for collapse. Significant factors contributing to loss of biodiversity are: deforestation,
overpopulation, pollution ( water pollution, air pollution, soil contamination), global
warming, and climate change.

Actions that affect the stability and health of the Global Community and its ecosystems
need to be identified and publicly condemned. Among the most destructive of human
activities are militarism and its gross expenditures, the mining of toxic materials, the
manufacture of biological poisons in all forms, industrial farming, industrial fishing, and
industrial forestry. Destructive technologies such as these, justified as necessary for
protecting specific human populations, enriching special corporate interests, and
satisfying human wants rather than needs, will lead to evergreater ecological and social
disasters.

The Global Community believes that to protect this ecosystem, industrial activity both
inside and outside the planetary biodiversity zone must be carefully regulated. Large
reserves able to maintain their ecological integrity must be adequately set aside and
thorough environmental assessments must be carried out before governments decide to allow
any sort of large-scale industrial activity.

CAPTION: What we must do to protect life and create a planetary biodiversity zone

Respect the moratorium on all development in the zone

The Global Community has 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
* 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 [69]
[cid:part2.48F5E6C7.8560D0F5@telus.net] has been completed to include regulations to be
enforced by the GPA.[70] [cid:part2.48F5E6C7.8560D0F5@telus.net]

Reduce human population size

A primary cause of ecosystem destruction and species extinctions is the human
overpopulation that already far exceeds ecologically sustainable levels. Total world
population, now at 6.7 billion, is inexorably climbing by 75 million a year. Every
additional human is an environmental user on a planet whose capacity to provide for all its
creatures is size-limited. In all lands the pressure of numbers continues to undermine the
integrity and generative functioning of terrestrial, fresh water, and marine ecosystems.
Our human monoculture is overwhelming and destroying Natures polycultures. Country by
country, world population size must be reduced by reducing conceptions.

Educate our children on the ethics that value life species

Educate our childrenn on the ethics that value life species over consuming resources
without restraint, and condemn the social acceptance of unlimited human fecundity. Present
need to reduce numbers is greatest in wealthy countries where per capita use of energy and
Earth materials is highest. A reasonable objective is the reduction to population levels as
they were before the widespread use of fossil fuels; that is, to one billion or less. This
will be accomplished either by intelligent policies or inevitably by plague, famine, and
warfare.

Ban overconsumption of Earth resources

The greatest threat to the planetary biodiversity zone is the ever-increasing appropriation
of the planets goods for exclusive human uses. Such appropriation and over-use, often
justified by population overgrowth, steals the livelihood of other organisms. The selfish
view that humans have the right to all ecosystem components air, land, water, organisms is
morally reprehensible. It is wrong. Global Rights [71]
[cid:part2.48F5E6C7.8560D0F5@telus.net] were researched and developed for all life on our
planet, not just for ourselves as human beings. Unlike plants, we must kill to feed, clothe
and shelter ourselves, but this is no license to plunder and exterminate. The accelerating
consumption of Earths vital parts is a recipe for destruction of ecodiversity and
biodiversity. Wealthy nations armed with powerful technology are the chief offenders, best
able to reduce consumption and share with those whose living standards are lowest, but no
nation is blameless. The eternal growth ideology of the market, and Wall Street, must be
renounced, as well as the perverse industrial and economic policies based on it. One
rational step toward curbing exploitive economic expansion is the ending of public
subsidies to those industries that pollute air, land or water and/or destroy organisms and
soils. A philosophy of symbiosis, of living compliantly as a member of Earths communities,
will ensure the restoration of productive ecosystems.

Promote global governance

Concepts of governance that encourage over-exploitation and destruction of Earths
ecosystems must be replaced by those beneficial to the survival and integrity of the Global
Community. Everyone is asked to help. A body of environmental law and regulations that
confers legal standing on the Global Communitys vital structures and functions is required.
Country by country, ecologically responsible people must be elected or appointed to
governing bodies. Appropriate attorney-guardians will act as defendants when ecosystems and
their fundamental processes are threatened. Issues will be settled on the basis of
preserving ecosystem integrity, not on preserving economic gain. Over time, new bodies of
global law, policy, and administration will emerge as embodiments of the 21st Century life
philosophy of the Global Community. Implementation will be the work of the Global
protection Agency (GPA).

Education and leadership are needed

We all have a duty to spread the word by education and leadership. The initial urgent task
is to awaken all people to their functional dependence on Earths ecosystems, as well as to
their bonds with other species. We must all participate in Earth-wise global community
activities, each playing a personal part in sustaining the marvelous surrounding reality.
By promoting a quest for abiding values a culture of compliance and symbiosis with our
living planet it fosters a unifying outlook. By spreading the ecological message and
emphasizing humanitys shared outer reality, will open a new and promising path toward
international understanding, harmony, cooperation, stability, and peace.

[72]Achievements of Global Community WebNet Ltd.
Germain Dufour
Spiritual Leader of the Global Community
President
Earth Government
([73]short Bio)

The Editor
Global Information Media
[74]http://globalcommunitywebnet.com/GD2009/gd2009globaldialogue.htm
[75]http://globalcommunitywebnet.com/Federation/HQ.htm
[76]http://globalcommunitywebnet.com/GPA/globalcommunity.htm
[77]http://globalcommunitywebnet.com/
[78]http://globalcommunitywebnet.com/GD2009/Portal2009.htm
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