Today, climate regulating technology exists that can efficiently and cost effectively remove CO2 from the atmosphere to stabilize the global climate, and it has already been invented and patented.  The only problem? Society needs a way to facilitate this development and implementation without conflicts.  An independent, multinational, support infrastructure plugged into our institutions facilitating long term operations to restore and maintain the climate.

The Alliance of Nations was proposed in January 2019 as a part of “The Consortium Concept“ strategy for an intergovernmental organization to act as an insulator to interference and adverse influence to this agenda.  The Alliance also serves as an intermediary, actively isolating special interests, market risks, politics and bureaucracy from influencing critical climate stewardship operations and stabilization efforts which may impact the environment and risk the continuity of humanity.

The Alliance’s primary objective is to protect the world’s nation’s fiscal budgets by mitigating future disaster relief costs caused by extreme climate events which risk natural and human-made infrastructure, immigration, migrations, famines, floods, drought, and loss of plant and animal life.  This mitigation influences other opportunities including economic expansion due stable economies, a re-prioritization of industrial capacity, adding jobs to climate recovery and maintenance efforts worldwide—ultimately ensuring a smooth transition into renewables and a sustainable future.

The Alliance acts as a clearinghouse for member nations to pledge authority and support to this mission through a global environmental stewardship.  The Alliance also provides an arm to prosecute violators through the international climate laws which further protect impacts on the environment.

The Ying/Yang Theory

Governments must be in control over the balance and sustainability of our civilization.  They must preserve law, order, and economic stability using traditional means and infrastructure, sometimes managed by business and Industry.  However, when needed, and based on our mission progress and unreasonable challenges, we may refer our challenges to our Board of Advocates, who decides how to influence solutions. This influence may be applied to separating our mission objectives from external influences causing the problem.  That said, The Consortium and its Board of Advocates must stay at the forefront, or the bleeding edge, of our mission progress to quickly restore the climate.

The Consortium’s mission cannot, and will not, break civilization while restoring the climate.

While a challenging endeavor is ahead for civilization to recover and stabilize the climate,  (about 10 times the magnitude of the Apollo Space Program), the benefits and cost savings are immense.  With projected costs estimated to be 50–100 trillion US dollars, our strategy’s actual costs would only be about 5% of those estimates. This, distributed over multiple industrialized nations and industries without changing national agendas.