• Lake Eyre, Australia

    Lake Eyre, Australia

    Lowest point in Oceania. Aerial view of Lake Eyre, Australia. Temporarily filled by abnormal desert rains.

  • Afar Depression, Africa

    Afar Depression, Africa

    The Afar Depression is the junction of three geological phenomenon - Red Sea and Gulf of Aden's emerging ridges meet East African Rift- that results in the lowest point in Africa.

  • Badwater Basin, Death Valley, Ca

    Badwater Basin, Death Valley, Ca

    Salt flats in the bottom of the Badwater Basin showing during high evaporation season in the Death Valley.

  • Turfan Depression, Western China

    Turfan Depression, Western China

    Red saturated rocks forming the valley of the Turfan Depression in northwestern China.

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

HelpOffset.org is a foundation legally formed on January 18th 2019 to gather the political strength and contributions from concerned global citizens to help offset global warming .

Initially, mathematical computer models will be developed to simulate the project and help select the most suitable locations around the world. Initial suitability test sites include South Australia’s Lake Torrens and perhaps Lake Eyre. If the Australian government’s interest can be obtained we will carry out a project there. So far US sites look too expensive to pursue at this stage.


Cooling of the hot desert air through evaporation of seawater piped from the nearest source, followed by a salt flat reflection of sunlight in some areas, then use of the resulting massive salt production to sequester or capture carbon will be the first three phases. 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. Other additional methods have been conceived and will be investigated.


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 allowing production of hydroelectric power to further make the projects viable and self-supporting.

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



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