Cary Lee Peterson – The missionary of Great Changes

Cary Lee Peterson was born on April 6, 1980 in Minneapolis, Minnesota, US. Peterson is an American businessman, political activist and philanthropist who is the founder, chairman, and president for Environmental Control of Carbon Dioxide Corporation, also known as ECCO2 Corp, a US-based non-profit organization that is an admitted non-governmental organization (NGO) partner to United Nations Department of Economic and Social Affairs, United Nations Global Compact, and United Nations Office to Drugs and Crime (UNODC).

September 8, 2010 the Associated Press published a news article ‘Haiti Prime Minister and ECCO2 Corp Enter Talks for $1.5 Billion Cleantech Project to Reduce Carbon Emissions and Stimulate Economy’. In the article Peterson comments, “The ECCO2 Haiti Project opens up vast employment opportunities and potential economic growth as Haiti continues to restore its infrastructure. While many have turned a blind eye towards them since the disaster, we are honored to be an active part of rebuilding the new Haiti.”


Peterson has participated as an observer delegate in conferences, events, and delegations for the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC) since 2010 and is a member at United Nations Development Group of “The World We Want 2015 ” Thematic and National Consultant Discussions and United Nations Team Works on causes for humanity, economy, and environment since 2012.

In May 2012 Peterson was elected Chief Executive Officer and Chairman for RVPlus, Inc., a publicly listed, development stage corporation in the United States of America. As the chief in-command for RVPlus, Inc., the company entered foreign government contracts in Africa and the West Indies totaling a value of $1.9 billion for climate change, social affairs, and energy efficiency with the support of its affiliated organizations, ECCO2 Corp and Centre for Climate Change and Environmental Studies. These contracts were filed with the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) as material definitive agreements for RVPlus, Inc.

In June 2012 Peterson interviewed with national radio on-air personality Doug Stephan on the Good Day Morning Radio Show, where he discussed ECCO2, climate change, and job creation for Americans.

In summer 2012 Peterson launched Green Jobs for Veterans, a national marketing campaign to allure US military veterans seeking job opportunities during a time in America with a high unemployment rate for military veterans.

In 2013 Peterson served as the Main Representative to the United Nations HQ, New York at Centre for Climate Change and Environmental Study, an organization in Special ECOSOC Status, in addition to being appointed the title of the Main Representative to the United Nations Office at Vienna, at Concile Mondial de Congres Diplomatiques des Aumoniers pour la Paix Universelle des Droits Humains et Juridiques (CMOCDAPUNDHJ), an organization in Special Status at the United Nations Economic and Social Council in October 2013.

In January 2014 Peterson was appointed as an Ambassador of Diplomatic Mission Peace and Prosperity (Europe) for his participation and works as a missionary of peace and active support with civil society groups and diplomatic missions on humanity and peace in Eastern Europe and at the United Nations.

Cary Lee Peterson is a principal, member, and stakeholder to multiple civil society groups, diplomatic missions, inter-governmental partnerships, and political delegations in West Africa, the Caribbean, Eastern Europe, and Micronesia that are affiliated with the United Nations, European Commission (EU), and Small Island Developing States (SIDS).

In February 2014 Cary Lee Peterson makes a public statement at the United Nations Preparatory Committee Meeting for Small Island Developing States that his intergovernmental association, ECCO2 Global Partners will focus on new and expansion development for Millennium Development Goals in the regions of Micronesia and the West Indies.

In April 2014 Peterson was reevaluated in his work as Honorary Ambassador to Diplomatic Mission for Eastern Europe. He was awarded an Honoris Causa doctorate degree for Intergovernmental Relations and International Diplomacy by the Academy of Universal Global Peace and Diplomatic Mission Peace and Prosperity.

In June 2014 Peterson committed to devote his focus on a future career in AmericImagean politics with plans to run for federal office in United States. At the same time he launched United Nations War on Human Trafficking Association (also known as “WOHT”), which was admitted to United Nations Department of Economic and Social Affairs (DESA) and accredited by European Parliament. UNWHT is currently holding awareness summits and forums on human trafficking and sexual violence around the world.

As of August 19, 2014 Peterson was vetted and approved for candidacy for the Independent American Party for Washington Delegate, non-voting seat at the U.S House of Representatives.

Peterson was also elected as chief coordinator and chairman of Independent America Party of U.S. Territories, which include all political party affairs for federal elections in Puerto Rico, Guam, Northern Mariana Islands, American Samoa, and U.S Virgin Islands.

Peterson studied at the National American University and Minneapolis Community and Technical College. He has served as an account executive for McClathy Publishing (formerly Cowles Media), was an account manager for Conseco Finance and Cinedigm (formerly Unique Screen Media), in addition to over 13 years experience as a financial advisor and planner for financial services, business development, international trading, and capital markets industries.

Arba Berdica

Top Advisor of DMPP

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