IntroductionMartin Parr was an accepted leading international authority on proactive environmental management, renewable energy and climate change, with dedicated core activities that included training, technology, contingency planning and project business plans. Today, he continues to be passionate about the protection of the environment, but is also very conscious of not only the huge number of environmental projects requirng funding but the important infrastructure and humanitarian projects worldwide that are desperate for funding.
With the onset and continuing global economic problems, both the public and private sectors are finding it increasingly difficult to obtain the necessary investment to fund their multi-sectorial projects. It becomes very sad when not only are the developing and emerging nations finding it hard to source funding, but also the developed countries are unable to assist them; as seen in the failure of the 2009 Copenhagen Summit. Martin Parr supports the Prince of Wales's Corporate Leaders Group on Climate Change (CLG) and continues to support international efforts to reduce the effects of climate change. He has signed both the 2°C Challenge Communiqué and the 2012 Carbon Price Communiqué and more recently the Trillion Tonne Communiqué to support the global call from business for a policy response to the explicit scientific warnings of the risks posed by the continuing rise in atmospheric greenhouse gases. We urge companies to join the call and sign the Trillion Tonne Communiqué.
Using his past experience, he champions and personally seeks innovative funding mechanisms with uncomplicated protocols. As a member of an international trade group, he is proactive in bringing together project owners/potential beneficiaries and funders, investors and financial instrument holders within private placement programs (PPPs). Together, the trade group functions with trading platforms to be able to offer unlimited humanitarian infrastructure funding.
The mechanism and protocols involved allow for the raising of important funds, usable only against viable accepted projects. Proposed projects should be of a humanitarian type; creating employment, creating industry and assisting in the building up of a strong economy. Example projects include Infrastructure, Housing, Schools, Hospitals, Manufacturing, Agriculture, Water and Waste Water, Transportation, Energy including Renewable and Alternative Energy and, of course, the Environment.
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