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Cary Lee Peterson Talks Motives in Micronesia for 2014 on Mission for U.N. Small Island Developing States

HAGATNA, GUAM -- (Marketwired) -- 02/02/14 -- H.E. Cary Lee Peterson shares comments with United Nations Small Island States, a group of developing countries at the United Nations Conference on Environment and Development including Member States of Micronesia and the West Indies on his plans for civil society group programs in 2014 on social affairs, sustainable energy, and development for agriculture and environment.

Mr, Cary Lee Peterson comments, "Now is this time. Let's not talk about what we can do tomorrow. Let's talk about what we can do today. We can perfect our actions as we move along and improve. Governor Calvo of Guam and others need valid and reliable supporters and representatives, as do the other government officials in Micronesia. Nice talkers do not help the community. People of action make the difference. Step by step."

In January 2014 Cary Lee Peterson shared his ideas and comments with United Nations Small Island Developing States about his plans and ideas for social and economic development in Micronesia in 2014. "SIDS will set an us."

Currently, H.E. Peterson is involved with various diplomatic missions and civil society programs associated with ECCO2 Global Partners as CMOCDAPUNDHJ, ECCO2 Corp, and Centre for Climate Change and Environmental Study in the West Indies, West Africa, and Eastern Europe.

Peterson, is a philanthropist, American citizen, and a U.S. politician who resides in Guam, Micronesia and plans to further his endeavors and motives to enable civilians of Small Island Developing States, which include social and economic development.

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