geo-engineering experts since 2002, Asilomar International Conference on Climate Intervention ,  Solar radiation management, geoengineers, Marine Cloud Brightening,  ocean acidification,  stratospheric sulfate aerosols,  Carbon dioxide removal, Greenhouse gas remediation and Carbon sequestration, climate change,  runaway global warming,  Paleocene–Eocene Thermal Maximum, UNFCCC, Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC), Arctic geoengineering, Carbon negative fuel, Convention on Biological Diversity, Earth systems engineering and management,

 

 

 

INdRA

Interior Natural Desert Reclamation and Afforestation projects

 

Geo-engineering Region by Region

      Redefining Acts Of God

 

 

geo-engineering experts since 2002, Asilomar International Conference on Climate Intervention ,  Solar radiation management, geoengineers, Marine Cloud Brightening,  ocean acidification,  stratospheric sulfate aerosols,  Carbon dioxide removal, Greenhouse gas remediation and Carbon sequestration, climate change,  runaway global warming,  Paleocene–Eocene Thermal Maximum, UNFCCC, Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC), Arctic geoengineering, Carbon negative fuel, Convention on Biological Diversity, Earth systems engineering and management,

   

 

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Drought mitigation, too hot, too cold, too wet, too dry, regional pollution, weather management, weather mitigation, dangerous storms, flooding, climate change, deforestation, climate modification, geo-engineering, Dr. Gare Henderson

 

The INdRA project started in early 2006 as an idea to overcome the worlds rising fears of Global Warming.  The project name was chosen after a literature review of rain God mythology which included all civilizations from the Aztecs to current African folklore  The name was chosen due to its' English acronym potentials, and there is no particular religious significance.  The INdRA project is the concept of Gare Henderson, Ph.D., the R&D director of Gravitational Systems.

 

 

Objectives:

  • To increase the amounts of arable land available to bio-mass.
  • To calm world weather and improve general climate conditions
  • To tie the development of alternative energy technologies to advances in global environmental policies and funding.

Methods: Technical

  • Global weather modeling to develop regional action strategies
  • Evaporation methods research
  • Biodiversity incubation in communities based around water of highly variable brackishness

Goals: Short/medium term

  • Certify INdRA projects for carbon trading with UNFCCC - In process
  • Submit project goals to peer review - In process
  • Submit project methods to peer review - In process
  • Create an advisory board, representing all relevant disciplines
  • Encourage scientific and environmental press coverage
  • Develop grassroots support for 10 national desert projects
  • Establish an institute for INdRA research and project support

Goals: Long term

  • Establish INdRA demonstration projects in the 25 largest world deserts
  • Establish evaporation methodologies as primary approaches to climate challenges
  • Provide primary climate/weather control for agricultural centers world wide

Goals: Generational

  • Provide primary climate/weather control worldwide
  • Convert 95% of the planets surface into arable land
  • End severe weather worldwide
  • Employ INdRA techniques to assist in terra-forming other planets