Projects

Freeze, fresh and fix

Freeze

We have, so far, identified 2 ‘Freeze’ projects that deserve all support possible. Not only do those project aim to restore the ice, they first and foremost have the potential to improve lives, livelihoods and landscapes for communities around the world.

Ice911 Research

Restoring Arctic sea ice could stabilise our global climate. Ice911 Research is a nonprofit dedicated to safely protecting and restoring Arctic ice.
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MortAlive

MortAlive

Covering glaciers with snow could greatly delay melting. Now it can be done without electricity!
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Fresh

These 2 projects are both ingenious and extremely useful in regions that are either dry or experience dry seasons. The little water available can be temporarily stored in the form of ice and thus be directed and utilised there where it is needed most. 

Ice Stupa

Ice Stupa

During cold Ladakhi winter nights, melt water from a stream can be refrozen in the form of huge ice towers or cones up to 50m high. These ice mountains can be built right next to the villages where the water is needed.
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SunGlacier

SunGlacier

SunGlacier is maximising a new and natural configuration of sunlight, air and gravity, which can produce potable water from air. Anywhere on the planet, even in hot and dry deserts!
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Fix

We all emit CO2 and other greenhouse gasses, if we like it or not. And to sustain earth life as we know it, we need to drastically decrease the amount of greenhouse gasses in our atmosphere. The above listed ‘Freeze’ and ‘Fresh’ projects can play a crucial role in buying the world time to find better methods and technologies to capture CO2 from the air and fix it in another form. The most efficient and already existing method is simply through the conservation of forests that have the natural ability to use and store CO2. We support the preservation of Swiss forests through the well known and verified projects of MyClimate.

Forest Preservation

Forest preservation

Conservation of Swiss forests reduces greenhouse gas emissions and protects the habitat of endangered species like the woodland brown butterfly, Rosalia longicorn beetle and wildcat.
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