A long-term change in the earth's climate, especially a change due to an increase in the average atmospheric temperature
We are a non-profit organization dedicated to stopping carbon emissions and reducing global warming. Our department focuses on creating revolutionary new ideas to reduce global warming.
Our prototype of these cloud seeders will be placed in oceans. What these cloud seeders do is suck water from a nozzle that is in the ocean and shoot water vapor up from the top. This will create clouds which will filter some sunlight hitting the earth.
All we want to do is make the world a better place. Our cloud seeders will be a part of the future and will show people all over the world that humans are capable of anything.
HOW COULD THIS.
From using cloud seeders,
the Earth is also at risk of
facing global dimming, which
cool down the earth more
These cloud seeders could pose as a threat for ships and may be an obstruction.
Wait for the results.
Inform the public about what we are doing.
Place cloud seeders in the northern and southern poles.
Start constructing cloud seeders.
PLAN OF ACTION.
WHAT WE NEED.
What We Need From You
We need at least 5 million dollars to buy materials and
hire workers to create about 5,000 cloud seeders that would
be placed 500 miles apart from each other near the north
and south poles.
Treating This As An Investment?
Climate change is the number 1 global issue in the world today. In a few hundred years there will be no place for humans to live and your family, among with everyone else, will die off. Cloud seeders is an idea that can hopefully counter what I am saying and be the invention that changes the course of the world. Invest your money into a better future for the people that you love as well as for all the people living in the world.
THAT DON'T WORK.
Wrap Greenland in a Blanket
The construction of a massive 100,000 square mile ‘solar shield’ made from trillions of lenses. This would help to deflect the sun’s rays (by 2%) and keep the Earth cooler. What’s the catch? Well, seeing that it takes years to plan a shuttle mission, this project is practically impossible. Oh, and it would cost $350 trillion – 12 times the global national income.
Dr Jason Box, a glaciologist from Ohio State University, proposes wrapping Greenland in a blanket. By covering the valleys that form darker areas, therefore attracting the sun's heat, he hopes to significantly slow the melting of the glacier. This would however take way too much time and would cost a lot of money to make a durable blanket the size of Greenland.