NEW YORK, Feb. 11, 2013 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- RVPlus, Inc. (OTCQB:RVPL), holding company of ECCO2 Tech has diversified its business by establishing partnerships with Liberia Institute for Global Studies ("LINGS"), Intervisual Technology, Inc. ("IVTI"), and other United Nations affiliate partners to develop sustainable and cost-effective educational programs for grades 6 to 12 and higher education courses similar to Bridgepoint Education, Inc., K12, Inc., and University of Phoenix, a subsidiary of Apollo Group, Inc.. LINGS was launched in 2012 by UN Parties and non-governmental organizations, collectively known as the ECCO2 Civil Society to enable educational programs for West African civilians with the anticipation to support women's rights, adaptation, social/economic development, inclusive to research and development studies to teach students how to reduce the use of energy and climate change awareness. The recent accreditation for ECCO2 Civil Society members as ECCO2 Corp, sister company of ECCO2 Tech, and UN affiliate partner, Center for Climate Change and Environmental Study will broaden the financial aid opportunities within the United Nations Family for RVPL, who supplies goods and services to support these international green projects approved by foreign government parties and UN affiliate partners. There is currently over $500 billion in UN financial aid available for approved causes, as women's rights, climate change, and energy efficiency. Intervisual Technology, Inc. has grades 6 to 12 online and physical classes active in US, Canada, Africa, and China with over 2000 students. Cary Lee Peterson, RVPlus CEO-Chairman and ECCO2 Civil Society President and co-founder anticipates that the initial framework completed by IVTI shall create a sufficient road map to expand its green school programs into countries that lack the necessary funding to build schools and employ teachers to keep up with the growth in population. UN financial aid would provide developing countries the ability to offer students free enrollment to obtain a high school diploma or college degree from a school that is accredited within the United States. Thus, creating job opportunities for teachers throughout the world and evolving global educational standards by offering a student in South Africa or Guyana the opportunity to learn the same lessons and skills in math, reading, science, and social studies as a student in Chicago, Illinois or Akron, Ohio. Such an evolution in the education industry means billions of dollars in revenue to be shared by contractors and suppliers of goods and services required for LINGS deployment and fulfillment, which keep RVPL potentially flawless to decline in revenue streamlines for the present and future. For more details about RVPlus and ECCO2 Tech, go to http://www.ecco2tech.com .