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    not inevitable or unsolvable we believe that we have solutions we believe that with the right help we can stop the mass extinctions we can lower the carbon we can reverse climate change we can save the earth The Climate Foundation s Goals include ECO SYSTEM survival Food SECURITY Balance CARBON Preserve the coral reefs sustain the fish lower atmospheric carbon dioxide together we can keep millions of species from

    Original URL path: http://www.climatefoundation.org/ (2016-04-25)
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    not inevitable or unsolvable we believe that we have solutions we believe that with the right help we can stop the mass extinctions we can lower the carbon we can reverse climate change we can save the earth The Climate Foundation s Goals include ECO SYSTEM survival Food SECURITY Balance CARBON Preserve the coral reefs sustain the fish lower atmospheric carbon dioxide together we can keep millions of species from

    Original URL path: http://www.climatefoundation.org/home-b (2016-04-25)
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  • what we do - www
    Carbon Sequestration OCS Upwelling nutrient rich water to feed the plankton which sequester up to 50 of the world s carbon Azolla Farming Sequestering 3000 parts per million of CO2 and once brought about one of the first ice ages Food Security Marine Permaculture Serving up nutrients to feed fish and in turn humans Biochar Using Biochar for farming lowering water and fertilization use improving the soil and taking care

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  • who we are - www
    for millennia Much of Brian s career has been in Silicon Valley where he developed innovative technical solutions for companies like Pixar Dolby Microsoft and others Among other projects he designed field programmable gate array FPGA applications considered to be among the world s fastest at the time Brian leads projects on land and sea with individuals and groups in all parts of the world including India Africa and the USA Theresa Theuretzbacher studied Water Management and Environmental Engineering at the University of Natural Resources and Life Sciences Vienna She gained experience in solving problems of specific local water waste and sanitation challenges in several projects in rural Ghana Alaska and DR Kongo In Ghana she proposed a sustainable vill age development plan and collaborated on the implementation of a solar powered water supply system The Project was awarded with the Bauhaus Solar Award distinction and the National Energy Globe Award Ghana She is currently based in Norway and is working for the Climate Foundation as an environmental engineer in the human waste management sector involved in projects in Alaska and India Within the North American Partnership on Environmental Community Action Grant and the Alaska Water and Sewer Challenge she was involved in the development of a proposal for innovative and affordable water and sewer systems including a concept design of a Biochar Sanitation System for homes in rural Alaska Bob Mollenhauer is a fundraising director for the Climate Foundation He previously served as chief development officer at Woods Hole Research Center Before coming to Cape Cod Bob was director of development for the College of Natural Resources and Environment at Virginia Tech Prior to Virginia Tech he was vice president at Roanoke College in Salem Virginia and at Slippery Rock University a member of the Pennsylvania State System of Higher Education At Slippery Rock University Mollenhauer directed the successful 33 million Campaign for Slippery Rock University as well as having overall direction for fundraising public relations and alumni relations He also established RockNet an interactive career services network the President s Advisory Council and managed the upgrading of the alumni magazine Mollenhauer served as executive director of corporate and foundation relations at the University of Pittsburgh director of development at Colorado College in Colorado Springs Colorado and director of development for the River Campus at the University of Rochester in Rochester New York At the University of Rochester Mollenhauer was also the head baseball coach Mollenhauer was the head baseball coach at SUNY Brockport in Brockport NY and at Middlesex Community College in Bedford MA His teams won more than 100 games in his coaching career and participated in the NCAA Tournament Mollenhauer played professional baseball for 5 years in the Oakland Athletics minor league system earning California League All Star status Mollenhauer managed a C E T A program for disadvantaged students and was a wilderness instructor at Wilderness Ventures a travel camping program for high school students He earned a Master of Education degree in counseling at

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  • awards - www
    common vision on sustainable sanitation SuSanA came into existence in early 2007 and works as a coordination platform working platform sounding board contributor to the policy dialogue on sustainable sanitation and as a catalyst Gates Foundation Project Gates Foundation selects the Climate Foundation as one of eight projects in the reinvent the toilet challenge Climate Foundation project develops biochar production to process municipal waste and develop agricultural products that can

    Original URL path: http://www.climatefoundation.org/awards (2016-04-25)
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  • press releases - www
    carbon sequestration deep water air conditioning ocean carbon sequestration OCS methodology OCS technology ocean pumps straw bale retrofitting who we are awards policies protocols be a hero help save the world science news announcements press releases videos in the news get in touch science news press releases Bill Melinda Gates Foundation Honors Hertz Foundation Fellows Biochar Group One of Eight University Teams to Reinvent the Toilet July 2011 Bill Melinda

    Original URL path: http://www.climatefoundation.org/science-and-news-b/press-releases (2016-04-25)
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  • in the news - www
    OCS technology ocean pumps straw bale retrofitting who we are awards policies protocols be a hero help save the world science news announcements press releases videos in the news get in touch science news in the news Cape Cod Times Cape nonprofit group tackles climate change By Sean F Driscoll October 29 2015 2 00 AM Falmouth Enterprise Climate House In Woods Hole Fosters Exchange Of Ideas ELIZABETH W SAITO

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  • policies | protocols - www
    that was formed over a decade ago Most countries joined in an international treaty called the UNFCCC to begin to consider what can be done to reduce global warming and to cope with whatever temperature increases are inevitable Recently a number of nations have approved an addition to the treaty called the Kyoto Protocol which has more powerful and legally binding measures The Climate Action Registry The Climate Action Registry which is a non profit public private partnership that serves as a voluntary greenhouse gas GHG registry to protect encourage and promote early actions to reduce GHG emissions The Climate Foundation is working with and participates in conferences hosted by 12th International Coral Reef Symposium The 12th International Coral Reef Symposium was co hosted by the ARC Centre of Excellence for Coral Reef Studies and James Cook University The International Society for Reef Studies ISRS hosts an international conference every four years The conference highlights cutting edge information and technology about coral reefs from around the world The conference was held In July 2012 and featured the world s leading natural scientists resource managers conservationists economists educators and graduate students The Climate Registry The Climate Registry which has grown out of the Climate Action Registry and as of October 2007 includes 39 states It is a multi state and tribe collaboration aimed at developing and managing a common greenhouse gas emissions reporting system with high integrity that is capable of supporting various greenhouse gas emission reporting and reduction policies for its member states and tribes and reporting entities It will provide an accurate complete consistent transparent and verified set of greenhouse gas emissions data from reporting entities supported by a robust accounting and verification infrastructure CERES CERES pronounced series is a national network of investors environmental organizations and other public

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