Rise Above with the Power of Water 

 

Managing supply shortages

Repair critical infrastructure

Rebuild Marine ecosystems

Water shortages lead to regional conflict and instability. 

Energy Runs on Water

The Middle East and Africa have the highest crisis levels of water shortage needed for not only drinking water and farming but industrial systems like refineries. Severe droughts and resource mismanagement can lead to energy rationing, decreased production levels, and famine. These challenges are central to many regional conflicts that demand new conservation techniques. 

Our international reciprocal partnerships help to not only to build resource and infrastructure investment but also resolve conflicts with negotiation on issues like access to upstream resources and other trade. 

The building blocks of life use the power of water.

Our Approach to Water Resource and Infrastructure Development

Growing cities, industries, and international partners demand water development as failing pipes, damns, and marine infrastructure threaten to undercut our progress. Our resource and infrastructure development plan breaks out siloed areas of infrastructure investment into layered construction solutions that tackle multiple problems. From water conservation, to drinking water treatment facilities, to industrial water usage, and sea and inland marine transportation systems, our initiative saves on overall building costs, time, and materials so that we can keep pace with population increase, maximize economic growth, and manage cyber threat for generations to come. 

Bring back fresh water fishing.

Managing Mercury

Fresh water lakes are being drained due to failing damns. These waters are a vital part of our drinkable water supply. In addition to repairing damns, levees, and other fresh water infrastructure, we can also rebuild marine life. Many people imagine that the prevention of mining and chemical dumping in rivers will automatically bring back dead river networks, but when large populations of fish and other marine life carry contaminants that make them no longer safe to eat, they continue to pass on these toxins when they die in their natural ecosystem. These contaminates can migrate to other bodies of water and oceans. 

Large scale aquaponics farming along rivers and lakes can be utilized to raise healthy marine life that can repopulate fresh water bodies as contaminated specimens are fished out eliminating generations of waste build-up. With this strategy, we can deliver large amounts of food to multiple continents while making our rivers, lakes, and streams fishable again. 

Our Top Priorities

Our Border Reconnaissance Program is designed to intercept illicit trafficking in humans, narcotics, weapons, and counterfeit or stolen goods giving authorities the intel they need in plenty of time to prepare for any event. This saves lives on both sides of the border.

Border Crisis

Intercept illicit trafficking at checkpoints or open terrain, assist refugees, and contain global migration. 

immigration

AI to help border agents determine fact from fiction at points of entry and guide immigration processes.

global development

Strengthen international alliances and help businesses of all sizes grow on multiple continents. 

energy

New power grids using both fossil fuels and green technology to quench global energy demands.

transportation

Investment in global supply chain infrastructure to increase import-export capacity, security, and GDP. 

water

Purified drinking water, repaired dams and hydro-electric power stations, and restored marine life in lakes and rivers.

security

Training for men and women working in fragile countries to evade hostage-taking and terror attacks.

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