G7 - G2O Nations - OACM Global Integration Support
OACM has initiated the official negotiation with all G7-G20 nations to initiate the world’s largest sustainable ocean plastic extraction due to initial official support by Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau on February 28th 2018 in order to accelerate the ocean conservation program.
The OACM General - Directorate office, with former UN WTO General Secretary Dr Taleb Rifai, former President of Croatia (2000-2010) Stjepan Mesic, and OACM President Kristijan Curavic, has taken the official resolution to initiate G7 and G20 nation support in order to accelerate the global integration of OACM SOS CP (Sustainable Ocean Solutions Conservancy Program).
This resolution has a global significance for the preservation, protection and physical cleaning of the ocean to minimise the current content and amount of the plastic and marine debris. The SOS CP system is fundamentally based on physical extraction of the plastic and marine debris in the coastal areas - within reach of human hand.
The program has been deeply integrated into the code of ethics in the tourism industry along with responsible behaviour which will physically minimise the tourism industry’s global plastic print.
SOS CP system was developed by the OACM SOTD Department (Sustainable Ocean Tourism Industry) for easy integration in all tourism sectors, and is long term operationally sustainable.
The G7 support should be officially achieved and confirmed by the beginning of OACM Plastic Ocean Summit scheduled for 2021 - which is at the moment being rescheduled due to the COVID 19 crisis and the delays in administration.
G7 support has been an official part of the program which OACM strongly believes in, that can accelerate other nations to support and integrate the SOS CP system in its governmental infrastructures for more effective ocean plastic extraction through coastal area certifications and cleaning. The primary mission of G7 and G20 support is to unite and synchronise global ocean preservation initiatives on all continents and to eliminate time loss which can be crucial in our efficiency in saving the world’s most precious natural resource - THE OCEAN.
In the next few months, depending on the global travel restrictions, the OACM Directorate - General will send its delegations to meet government officials in France, Germany, Japan, the US and United Kingdom.