Taking Local Actions That Make a Global Impact by Restoring the Natural Order. Understanding the World from a Different Perspective, Leaders in Sustainable Development Planning, Ecological Restoration, Forest Protection, International Cooperation and Indigenous Philanthropy with Interactive Donor and Sponsor Engagement as Goodwill Ambassadors and Global Citizens.
Because of the instability, changes and divisions in government, politics and religions on a global scale it is up to the individual (citizen as a non-state actor) who is implicitly the subject of these institutions to maintain the beliefs, ethics, and moral integrity of the civil society through local, state, national and international organizations to create a better outcome for humanity and the environment.
Sustainability Advocacy and Civil Society Diplomacy
Decentralized International Cooperative Fellowship of Goodwill Ambassadors, Sustainable Development Advocates, Benevolent Non-State Actors, Civil Service Officers and Global Citizens Fostering Civil, Environmental, and Human Rights as Philanthropists.
Global | Local International Non-State Network
The Globcal International WebSite(s) are under a new development phase to incorporate blockchain technology, solidify our business plan and to comply with the privacy/security standards set forth by the Electronic Frontier Foundation (EFF) and our friends at World Wide Web Consortium (W3C) by implementing HTTPS, SAML 2.0, and SSO for all of our users. Facebook, Google, LinkedIn and Twitter are also behind this development with OpenGraph and Schema.org usage to create secure and transparent social networking environments involving semantic real-time security connected to the 5G Grid and Internet of Things (IoT). The web 3.0 transition continues.
It is expected that more than 70% of the global population will be connected online using the 5G network by 2025 in order to participate in the capitalist economy as consumers or producers.
Better Security, More Integrity
Every organization will eventually adopt the higher security protocols involving the verification of identity for it's Internet users. At Globcal International this day has arrived
Our goals in 2020 involve the critical implementation of the blockchain, the development of cryptocurrency based in natural capital assets in the most-important endangered ecosystems, registration of all users with SSO (IDaaS) credentials, surrogate identity and the practical introduction of a Laissez-Passer ePassport for the private sector which supports our own natural capital formation and a non-state ecosystem services provisioning program.
The organization is presented as an international civil society flagship for civil service officers, ambassadors of international non-governmental organizations, non-state diplomats and global citizens*.
Globcal International WebSite
This WebSite is under new development to make it more secure, reliable, integral, transparent and global in scope. We are working with the blockchain, big data, the semantic web, microformats, cryptocurrency, digital privacy, title and land registries, natural capital assets, civil, and human rights.
Our overall model progress has been steady and consistent in producing error free data using human verified blockchain registries for land, biodiversity surveys, tree plantations, natural persons, mineral resources, agricultural production, and regional tourism for the Internet of Things (IoT). Integrating the natural world with the semantic blockchain to create the new ecological landscape is well underway for introduction between 2020-2030.
Our startup enterprise involving the non-state international theater began in 2015 when we began operating as a decentralized autonomous organization (DAO) collecting manifested resource developments using international smart contracts that implement blockchain technology.
The Globcal International reference website was located at the root of our Non-State Network using [globcal.net] without the preceding [www], it was Open-Source, contained hundreds of PDF files and provided access to reference materials. In 2020 the entire site is being upgraded to HTTPS. A screenshot of the previous website is illustrated to the right. It is still accessible using the Internet Archive.
While these assets are being upgraded to comply with international requirements, better security and best practices; the organization is expanding its development using G-Suite, Google Cloud, WordPress, GitHub, Alibaba, and HootSuite within the new development and make best use of web technologies. So users should expect many new innovations, project developments and spin-off programs introduced in our growing network.
Non-State Network Users
Authorized network users receive lifetime credential Cloud Identity accounts provided by Globcal International through Google (research IDaaS). Network users include all ambassadors, general members and non-state citizens.
Living World of Ships
Safely Navigating in a Borderless World
Human Capital Development Fellowship Serving Non-State Actors, Non-Governmental Organizations, Goodwill Ambassadors, Public Figures, Civil Service Officers, Philanthropists, Professionals, and Independent Change-Makers to Effect Benevolence, Good Works, and Prosperity.
Globcal International has taken on a wide range of practical functions through the exploitation and understanding of international, private and non-state jurisdictions in an effort to help others that have had their international human or civil rights denied or manipulated unfairly or illegally, our relative foundations reflect these values. Globcal International is an advocacy voice based on the collective consensus of global citizens in an ever-changing modern society.
As an entity that is a decentralized autonomous organization (DAO) we are bound by and reverent to the international body of law, the United Nations treaties and maritime jurisdiction so we like our members to understand and view the organization much like a fleet of non-state private commercial ships at sea.
We specialize in sustainable development and the registration of ambassadorships, citizenships, colonelships, officerships, protectorships and stakeholderships.
Programs and Activities
Globcal International is managing to maintain all of its successful programs as well as streamline our agenda after nearly 18 months of limited activity in order to realign our infrastructure under legal parameters as a benign non-state actor operating at liberty of nation-state jurisdiction under only the constraints of applicable international law; and of-course blockchain our development to make it more integral, transparent and accountable.
Founders, Members, Associates, and Volunteers
The organization depends on a diverse organizational network as a decentralized autonomous organization (DAO) and a cooperative international non-governmental organization (CiNGO) with our members working around the world advocating for benevolent and positive change in society. Each member has his/her own causes and interests that are diverse with their own constituents.
This organization is registered as an international civil society organization (iCSO) with the United Nations and as an Assumed Named Corporation subsidized under the Ecology Crossroads Cooperative Foundation, Inc. in the Commonwealth of Kentucky.
Understanding the need for integrity and transparency is the key to our successful development. Members who are linked below have sub-domain WebSites on our server, others are in the process of developing their WebSites.
Commissioners and Officers
Benjamin Musunza, James Pennington, Maya-Lís Wright, Clay Gordon, Julio Cesar Gonzalez, Leonna Prather, Hortimio Ochoa, Simeon Moreno, Israel Xchel Luna, David A. Mandrake, Michael Sher, and Ike M. I. Khamisani.
Boban Jovanovic, Dragan Milenkovic, Ram B. Khatri Kshatri, Dr. Abeer Bilbeisi, Yecenia Parrilla, Mercy Ngozi Alu, Ibrahim S. Ahmed, Daniel Dank, Ricki Landers, Arol J. Wright, Antonino Francesco Landi, Rene Wydler, Zoran Aleksic, and Shamsul Momen Palash.
Legacy & Volunteer Members
Angela Benavides Garza, Nikija Malialin, Astrid Franchiska, Francois Franc Verlynde, Emanuel Seretan, Alma Polic, Willis Namara Kabuye, Wakeen Edmonds, José Emmanuel Ledezma, Mauricio Martinez, John D'Amanda, Alan Wilson, Ricardo Meneses Pilonieta, Somchai Hermann Quint, Andrew Williams Jr., and Weber Alexandre.