Help Offset Global Warming Using Evaporation, Reflective Salt, Carbon Capture (Sequestration) and Regenerative Farming

HelpOffset.org is a foundation formed on January 18th 2019 to research appropriate Geoengineering projects  to help offset global warming .

We set out initially to define the value of Ocean Supplied Artificial Desert Lakes (OsADL) , especially in below sea level endorheic lake beds such that water pumping costs are minimized.   In doing so have found ways to better express and cost and define many other Geoengineering (GeoE) projects and will make some of our results available in the near future.  

Cooling of the hot desert air through evaporation of seawater channeled or piped from the nearest ocean, followed by a salt flat reflection (boosting the albedo) in associated areas . These will be accompanied with regenerative farming (for some appropriate sites) involving night time irrigation of nearby poor soils with desalinated water of crops with deep root structure, such as salt bush, to  sequester carbon. Other additional methods have been conceived and will be investigated. Aquaculture of the Lake areas where salinity is not too high can result in high value shellfish crops and significant carbon sequestration in the shells .

Sustainability

There are many below sea level and above sea level suitable areas around the world with vast areas, some are 300 meters below sea level thus ensuring minimal pumping costs.

If you’d like to contribute to our efforts in other ways, please contact us at Ken@HelpOffset.org or Info@Helpoffset.org.

 

 

Help mobilize our collective concern to execute this project to help offset global warming.

Donate today

 

 

 

 

 

…The tipping point may be as soon as 2030* when atmospheric carbon dioxide content increase is irreversible and we can no longer stem global warming…

 

We can stop Global Warming with your support and give time for these wonderful plans to take place and provide a permanent cure to the potential world-wide disaster. 

Subscribe to HOGWF for project updates and news