Senator W. Lambert, president for the Commission of the Foreign Affairs to the Senate for The Republic of Haiti, comments, “Haiti and ECCO2 have been in talks about such a venture for two years and now we have much work ahead and much effort to help climate change, environment, crop, and forestation in Haiti. All of us will commit to make Haiti a greener country and support goals set for Kyoto Protocol 2020 for the West Indies and the entire world.”
Cary Lee Peterson, RVPlus CEO-Chairman and ECCO2 Corp Founder-President shares with press, “I know that ECCO2 has made a significant journey since this time in two years ago when we began talks with Haiti about ECCO2. I am proud to see our brand recognized as a provider to enhance energy efficient and sustainable solutions that make Haiti a greener country, as we proceed to contribute our efforts to plan for better utilization of the natural resources that affect our environment, agriculture, and economy.”
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