This project aims to reduce the temperatures in the Arctics to prevent massive climate disaster worldwide. It organizes the consortium, action plan, research, technology, finance, and legal framework to move towards global climate mitigation using autonomous cloud whitening vessels using salt water vapour.

The project is a cooperation with Orcca, and prominent leaders in climate science and engineering worldwide. We work towards COP26 in Glasgow to present a comprehensive approach to reduce Arctic summer temperatures to prevent further melting of Arctic ice, and help to prevent sea level rise that will affect hundreds of millions of people on the globe. 

The project establishes the non-profit Refreeze Foundation as a central organizational body, as well as the Refreeze Company, focused on technological research and development.

This project is launched and is supported by:

  • Sir David King,  Cambridge Climate Repair Centre
  • Stephen Salter,   Emeritus Professor Engineering Design Edinburgh University
  • Hans van der Loo,   Chair Institure for Integrated Economical Research
  • Wouter van Dieren, Club of Rome, founder Milieudefensie
  • Tom Bosschaert, Founder & Director Except Integrated Sustainability
Tom Bosschaert
by Tom Bosschaert
Directeur

24 maart 2021

Project team