Friday, April 22, 2016

Letter to U.S. Department of State on Earth Day

The environment affects every person on the planet, and therefore it must be under the auspices of an international government. The crisis is that there is no institution that is without its faults, which drags politics into the crisis and prevents crises from being resolved.

The solution is the creation of an international government based on the US Constitution and the cooperation of nature. Nature is based on making win-win agreements, and if the international government is too, we become a part of nature rather than fighting it through power games of one-upmanship.

The international government that is being proposed will have eleven departments, including Departments of the Environment, Oceans, Interior, Natural Resources and Agriculture, all working to keep our planet in a pristine condition.

As of today, people in 84 nations support the creation of such an international government, so it is a viable alternative to existing institutions, such as the United Nations.