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The INdRA Institute
A bio-recharge think tank.
Alexandria, VA, US
Director: Garee Henderson, Ph.D.

 
About

The INDRA institute is a think tank focused upon informing, guiding, and persuading legislators to consider and implement bio-recharge techniques to solve local water supply and distribution challenges.
 
   
   
 
Founders

Garee Henderson :


The institute was founded by Garee Henderson, Ph.D. in 2015 to support the non-profit INDRA  project (Interior Natural Desert Reclamation and Afforestation projects).  The institute is charged with supporting research and promoting bio-recharge techniques implemented with local legislation.

Brief Background summary:

Academic posts:  Adjunct professor/lecturer: New York University, CUNY graduate center, New School for social research, Hunter College, Baruch College, etc. Various NASA committees.

Publications: Various technical publications: environmental engineering, renewable energy sources, and philosophy of energy.

Books: Meta-Energetics, Why it doesn’t rain in Saudi Arabia

Literary mentions: Popular Science, New Scientist, NASA tech briefs, Wired Magazine, Alternative Energy Magazine, etc.

Professional posts: Director of Research Gravitational Systems Engineering, Director of Research INDRA Institute, Engineering supervisor United Technologies




 
Staff:

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Bob Al, Ph.D. Chief of staff Bob.Al@indra-institute.org
Brian Philamena, Ph.D. Research associate B.Philamena@INDRA-Institute.org
Eric Harrison Research associate Eric.Harrison@indra-institute.org
Rose Greer Outreach coordinator Rose.Greer@indra-rain.org
     

   
 
Bio-recharge


Bio-recharge is a new science comprised of  study and implementation of water-cycle management techniques. 

Bio-recharge techniques include; evaporation enhancement, deep groundwater recharge, and soil capacity management. 

Our fundamental hypothesis is that combined these techniques will help societies to achieve healthy atmospheric and groundwater ecosystems. 

The benefits of bio-recharge techniques include; minimal infrastructure, self sustaining ground and atmospheric water ecosystems, lower costs, better weather, and general improvements in the lives of millions by providing sufficient and predictable precipitation.