“Earth is a safe place again.
We went through the time when the complex patterns representing the world were doomed to collapse, climate was changing at a rate exceeding most scientific forecasts. Global warming was becoming catastrophic and irreversible. Thereupon, we grasped the urge to take action.
Carbon dioxide levels in Antarctica raised to an unprecedented number in 4 million years. The far southern hemisphere was the last place on the earth where Carbon dioxide had not yet reached this mark.
Climate migration, was not a prospective hypothesis, but the harsh reality. According to UNHCR, annual average of 21.5 million people had been forcibly displaced by weather-related sudden onset hazards each year since 2008. Thousands flee their homes in the context of slow-onset hazards, such as droughts or coastal erosion linked to sea level rise. Millions of people were to encounter migration movements and as a result, pursue habitat, expand the occupied territories and eventually spoil intact wild areas of the world.
But there was still hope.
Global collaboration and unity of nations targeting these worldwide aggravating circumstances by sharing technologies and knowledge, led to birth of project HEAL-BERG.
First HEAL-BERG unveiling ceremony:
Our technologies are mainly functioning in four criteria, and have been proven possible in practice:
Cleansing and Purification
– Converting carbon dioxide to oxygen by zapping it with laser (University of California, Davis)
– Ocean water cooling
– Salinity Gradient Power: Generating electricity by two water streams with a salinity difference
– Generating electricity from wind power: our specific aerodynamic design to channel the wind path through the turbines
– 3D form of graphene (one of the strongest lightweight materials known) using extracted carbon from the process of converting CO2 to O2 (MIT)
– Hyperloop: fast access and connectivity
– Drones: mobility of residential units between different complexes
Utilization of so-called technologies is not only to face the current environmental issues, but also to provide residency for victims of late changes, given the fact that HEAL-BERG is a source of clean energy, sustainability and entirely exempt from pollutions.
Climate change is a global matter, as well as its impacts; by addressing the fundaments (decreasing CO2 levels and producing clean energy), using high-speed transportation systems (Drones and Hyperloop) and requiring the least of preconditions (brine and sea water), HEAL-BERG is a unique solution overlooking all physical borders; however, with the impacts not distributed evenly on our planet, there are some critical spots based on CO2 concentration, temperature rise, level of pollution, etc. that could become first priority for our location proposal.
We can succeed at only one condition, we have to act now.]”